I just back from Taipei, Taiwan for a long weekend trip via FlyScoot. My last trip to Taiwan was 3 years ago and this time round I mainly explore Taipei. I have been posting some photos on social media and everyone has been asking me what’s there to explore the city?
Continue reading [TAIWAN TRAVELS] 10 Reasons To Visit Taipei
When in Taipei, Fu Hang Dou Jiang is one of the must-visit breakfast places for tourists. Fu Hang Dou Jiang is located at Huashan Market (华山市场), a walking distance from Shandao Temple MRT Station (捷运善导寺站) opens at 5.30am daily except on Mondays. Their speciality is their authentic and traditional Taiwanese style breakfast food. Continue reading [TAIWAN EATS] Fu Hang Dou Jiang [ 阜杭豆漿] – Soyabean & You Tiao For Breakfast in Taipei
AirAsia hosted “Santan Food Festival” event where 200 over media and influencers across the region ( Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Brunei, India, China, Taiwan, Japan , South Korea and Australia) have a glimpse into AirAsia inflight meals. Continue reading [KL EVENT 2017] AIRASIA Santan Food Festival – Inflight Meals For Everyone
With the recent kakigori trend from Japan, Hong Kong also started the trend as well. Shari Shari Kakigori House is another hipster café not to miss when you are travelling here. The café is a walking distance from Via Tokyo and you can have your matcha or houjicha softserve and headed to Shari Shari. Continue reading [HK EATS] SHARI SHARI KAKIGORI HOUSE (氷屋 ) – ONE OF THE MUST VISIT DESSERT CAFE IN HONG KONG
I finally got the chance to visit Macao on my recent trip to Hong Kong. Whenever we heard of Macao, the first thing that comes into our mind is casinos. That explains why they are aptly named the “Las Vegas of Asia”. Many of my friends suggested me to go for a day trip instead of 2 days trip and true enough. I think 1 day trip is just nice for me. Continue reading [MACAO TRAVELS] My One Day Trip Experience in Macao
Johor is a southern state of Malaysia that is linked to Singapore by causeways. And with the recent currency exchange rates S$1 to RM3 , many enjoyed travelling over for a short gateway and one or two days trip. Johor Bahru city has its own beauty places that many have yet to explore. Even I have yet to explore every part of the state. Thus, grab your bag and book here to stay over the weekend to explore the southern city of Malaysia.Alternatively, book a private city transfer from Singapore to Johor Bahru using Klook.
Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 7 FUN ACTIVITIES TO DO & SEE IN JOHOR BAHRU LIKE LOCALS
Since JB café hopping has been too extreme, I went to Melaka/Malacca , Malaysia for food hopping over one of the weekend. I took a bus after work on Friday night and back to Singapore on Sunday afternoon. My hotel accommodation is kindly sponsored by Mercury Boutique Hotel and I rented a car so that I can travel within Melaka/Malacca conveniently. Continue reading [M’SIA EATS] Malacca Food Hopping Over the Weekend | Malaysia
I visited Myanmar with a travel partner without plans for 5DAYS 4NIGHTS recently. We spent 4 days in Yangon and 1 day trip to Bagan. It was an adventurous trip as both of us (ladies). We booked the flight ticket with Tiger Airways due to the affordable flight offer and finding excuses for a short gateway from the bustling city.
Before you start your journey to Myanmar, make sure you have apply for VISA. I did a post on how to apply VISA in two ways here. Hope it helps to start off your journey to this beautiful country. Continue reading [TRAVEL] 7 PLACES TO EXPLORE IN YANGON| MYANMAR
The last meal during my recent Hong Kong trip was at Joy Hing. Located within a walking distance from Wan Chai MTR, Joy Hing is one of the locals’ favourite BBQ meats especially office workers around the business districts will drop by during lunch hours. Continue reading [HK EATS] Joy Hing Roasted Meat (再興燒臘飯店) | Hong Kong
Matcha trends continue in Hong Kong and since we are in Hong Kong over the weekend trip, we continue to see the next instagram worthy and hipster café named Via Tokyo. The first matcha/ green tea café we went was SinMei Tea and it was good. This time round, we are having matcha softserve. Continue reading [HK EATS] VIA TOKYO-Japanese Desserts| HONG KONG