Apart from Singapore iconic tourist attraction places like Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Zoo and ArtScience Museum, Chinatown Heritage Centre located at 48 Pagoda Street is also one of the tourist spot to go to. I had the opportunity to visit the beautifully-restored shophouses turned centre and it was definitely a good exposure. I was quite impressed with the museum that literally transport back to 1950s. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] A Visit to Chinatown Heritage Centre At 48 Pagoda Street
Mount Fansipan is known as the highest mountain in Indochina or referred as the “Roof of Indochina’. It is the highest peak located in Sapa, a town in the Lao Cai province in Northern Vietnam. Travellers/ Trekkers used to take at least 2 to 4 days to conquer the summit (including ascend and descend) but with the cable car services operating since February 2016, anyone can visit the peak easily. If climbing/ trekking is too challenging, you can follow this guide to reach to the peak of Mt. Fansipan. Continue reading [VIETNAM TRAVELS] Travel Guide to Mount Fansipan “Roof of Indochina”, Sapa- No Trekking
One destination that should be at the top of every traveler’s bucket list is Malaysia. The Southeast Asian country is not only well-regarded for its exceptional cuisine, but it is also filled with many superb landmarks you’re unlikely to forget, such as KL Tower and Batu Caves. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE]A Solo Traveler’s Guide to Malaysia
Sapa is in the northwestern mountain areas of Vietnam. It is located in the Lao Cai province, Sapa, around 320 kilometres away from Hanoi. Sapa has been one of the trekking attractions in Vietnam. Tourists are awe by its breathtaking scenery of rice terraces, mountain peaks, local ethnicity and cultural diversity. As years to come, more and more tourists flooded the place. Here are ways to get you here with different mode of transportation. Continue reading [SAPA TRAVEL GUIDE] How to get to Sapa from Hanoi | Vietnam
Eak Teng Yu Ki is one of the oldest traditional coffeeshops in Chinatown, Bangkok. It is said to have a sister-coffesship called Eiah-Sae which is nearby too. So, instead of going to On Luk Yun this time, I visited this classic traditional breakfast place that is been around for more than 90 years or more. Eak Teng Yu Ki is run by a Hainanses-Chinese owner that serves traditional Hainanese-style brewed coffee and classic breakfast. Continue reading [BANGKOK EATS] Eak Teng Yu Ki (เอ็กเต็งผู่กี่) – Traditional Breakfast in Bangkok Other Than On Luk Yun
Bangkok, Thailand is known for its local street food and entertainment like night market, massage, spa and many more. There is quite a number of famous street foods listed under Bib Gourmand and Nai Mong Hoi Thod is one of them. The restaurant is located slightly off Yaowarat, Chinatown Bangkok is well-received by online reviews because of their “Orh Luak” or we called it Oyster Omelette. Continue reading [BANGKOK EATS] Nai Mong Hoi Thod – Bangkok Famous Crispy Thai Oyster Omelette (นายหมงหอยทอด)
Gardens by the Bay’s new ‘Rhododendron Radiance’ floral display is happening now till 28 October. Visitors will get to experience the lush blooms of more than 80 varieties of rhododendrons, which have been brought in for the inaugural Rhododendron Radiance floral display. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Gardens by the Bay’s ‘Rhododendron Radiance’ Floral Display from 27 Sept – 28 October 2019
Written by: João Santos
Amsterdam, city of canals, city of contradictions. Famous for being the drug and sex capital of Europe, its many waterways offer so much more than that. Wild and energetic, yet peaceful and historical. If you are used to bet on sports, either on a physical or online sportsbook, you probably know them as the city of Ajax Amsterdam, 4 time Champions League winners.
Besides that, it’s a tourist hotspot without losing that local feel. As beautiful as Venice but cooler, somehow. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE] 7 Tips Before You Visit Amsterdam
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Beijing is the capitol city of China and it has an impressive collection of traditional and cultural places to discover. There is so much to see and explore here that you will need at least a week. But if you only have the weekend in the city just like I did, here are the 6 must visit places in Beijing: Continue reading [CHINA TRAVELS] 6 Must Visit Places in Beijing ( 北京 ) For The Weekend- Include Great Wall of China, Forbidden City And More