Happy 5 years to the blog! It’s been a wonderful 5 years of sharing and traveling — and here’s my yearly travel reflections and favourite moments of the year.
I had such a wonderful time in the town of Tamsui — walking its old streets, visiting its centuries-old buildings, and eating some of the local delights. Here’s sharing with you my top 10 must-do’s!
Jeonju and the Jeonju Hanok Village was so beautiful — it was so easy to fall in love! Here’s my top 10 list of things to do when visiting the city.
In the food capital of South Korea — all you need to do is eat. And eat we did, alright! Here’s my top 10 favourite food and places to eat in the city.
It was my first time in central Thailand, and I spent 3 days exploring the lovely mountainous district of Khao Kho. And here are the Top 10 things to do there!
And the blog is now 4 years old! Here’s the list of my 12 months of adventures in 2018 — a resolution I made at the end of 2017 to experience a new adventure every month.
The blog is 3 years old! Thank you for walking with me for yet another year. Here are my travel reflections for 2017 and my countdown of my favorite moments!
It’s the new year and the blog is 2 years old. Here’s sharing my 2016 travel reflections, a countdown of my favourite travel moments of the year. Thanks for being a part of these adventures by dropping by the blog!
Here’s a list of things to know about a visit to Koh Lipe— it’s just a few of my observations, some tips and a couple of must-do’s (and must-eat’s). I hope it helps you on your travels!
Pulau Sibu is one of Peninsular Malaysia’s most southern east-coast islands with beautiful secluded beaches and lush jungles. It is a relatively unknown island– so here’s a list of basic information to help you plan your holiday!
Here’s a post on my 2015 travel reflections, and my aspirations for the coming year. A countdown of my favourite travel moments of the year 2015.
With so many popular islands in Indonesia, Pulau Weh is often overlooked. I’ve never heard of the island until quite recently; and apart from the brilliant diving, it offers many other things to do as well. Here’s what I did.
Georgetown has one of the most well-preserved collection of historical and cultural buildings– so on my visit to Penang, I spent a day exploring and getting to know some of the buildings in this historical area.
Jeju Island is constantly described as an elusive spot for a romantic vacation. With its stunning beaches, lovely countryside, beautiful scenery and luxurious seaside resorts– we can see why.
York is filled with an abundance of historical and cultural heritage; and it can be seen in every corner, every building and every street. It is like walking back into the medieval times.
Barcelona is a gorgeous city that evokes all the senses. Here are my top 10 favorite things to see in Barcelona, they are what make the city so special and alluring. To me, they define Barcelona.