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[JB EATS] The 5 Favourite Bak Kut Teh Places in Johor Bahru – By the Locals & Singaporeans

Bak Kut Te h is one of the all-time favourite pork rib dish for Singaporeans and Malaysians. It comes with two versions either herbal or peppery based broth. And for Malaysia version, we have the herbal based broth and it is my favourite local food. Bak Kut Te h is a pork rib dish cooked in hours and best to enjoy as breakfast by the locals or even anytime of the day. Continue reading [JB EATS] The 5 Favourite Bak Kut Teh Places in Johor Bahru – By the Locals & Singaporeans

[JAPAN TRAVELS] Half-Day Trip To Kawagoe (川越)

Kawagoe (川越) is a Japanese city northwest of Tokyo. It is approximately 30minutes train ride from Central Tokyo. My Japanese friend recommended us to drop by here for a day trip destination so we headed over after our lunch. Continue reading [JAPAN TRAVELS] Half-Day Trip To Kawagoe (川越)

[TRAVEL TIPS]Travelling Light – Ways To Do It!

One bag with things you need easy to hand, another one for the rest

*Photo by Unknown, Public Domain (CC0 1.0)*
For many, travelling is seen as the dream perk of any job; jetting off to a new city, country or continent, with everything paid for is a lifestyle many people, and especially school leavers, dream of. But for those who travel regularly for work, it is bearable at most. The regular traveller will most likely have perfected their travel and packing routines, but for the less seasoned globetrotter, the packing style may be throwing stuff into a suitcase last minute. It certainly works for some journeys, but usually it means that things are forgotten or too much is packed
that never gets used. Continue reading [TRAVEL TIPS]Travelling Light – Ways To Do It!

[JAPAN TRAVELS] 1 Day Trip to Ushiku Daibutsu (牛久大仏) from Tokyo- Once Tallest Buddha Figure in Guinness Book of Records

With our 5-DAY JR East Pass Rail, we decided to use 1 day to explore Ushiku Daibutsu (牛久大仏). Ushiku Daibutsu is a statue located in Ushiku, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. It is completed in 1993 and it stands a total of 120metres (390ft) tall, including the 10m (33ft) base and 10m lotus platform. The statue held the record for the tallest statue from 1993-2002. Continue reading [JAPAN TRAVELS] 1 Day Trip to Ushiku Daibutsu (牛久大仏) from Tokyo- Once Tallest Buddha Figure in Guinness Book of Records

[JAPAN TRAVELS] 1 Day Trip to Tokyo Disneyland

I finally visit Tokyo Disneyland during my recent trip to Tokyo, Japan. My last visit was to Hong Kong Disneyland few years ago. I was told that Tokyo Disneyland is the classic of all. I was contemplating whether to go for Tokyo Disneyland or Tokyo Disneysea initially. I ended up choosing Tokyo Disneyland for this trip. Continue reading [JAPAN TRAVELS] 1 Day Trip to Tokyo Disneyland

[TRAVEL]How To Get The Most Out Of Sydney, Australia

Traveling to Sydney, Australia can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Perhaps the most remote of the world’s great cities, at least to many people around the world, it requires a real commitment and a lot of advance planning. However, as most anyone who’s visited before will happily tell you, it’s well worth the wait and the trouble. And if you do make the effort to go, here’s our look at some of the things to see and do that will help you get the most out of it. Continue reading [TRAVEL]How To Get The Most Out Of Sydney, Australia

[SG TRAVELS] AMARA Sanctuary Resort Sentosa Heritage Trail – A Glimpse of The History of British Colonial Days & Sentosa Singapore

Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa is the home to the old soldier quarters and the last World War II air raid shelters on Sentosa Island. I had the opportunity to discover the exclusive insights and stories of historic Singapore, Sentosa and the British Colonial times throughout the Amara Heritage Trail over the weekend. Continue reading [SG TRAVELS] AMARA Sanctuary Resort Sentosa Heritage Trail – A Glimpse of The History of British Colonial Days & Sentosa Singapore

[M’SIA HOTEL] Eastern & Oriental Hotel , George Town | Penang Hotel Review

During my recent family trip to Penang, we decided to stay in Eastern & Oriental Hotel Penang. The hotel is known as one of the Far East’s most prestigious and historic building of the British colonial era. The hotel is fondly known as “E&O Hotel’ . Eastern & Oriental Hotel has two wings- Heritage Wing (old wing) and Victory Annexe (new wing). We stayed in Victory Annexe Suite. The hotel is like the Raffles Hotel Singapore and Strand Hotel Yangon, Myanmar. Continue reading [M’SIA HOTEL] Eastern & Oriental Hotel , George Town | Penang Hotel Review

[TRAVEL TIPS] Travelling Guide With Parents – How To Make Them Happy?

Travel is one of the ways to create memories with people we loved. It is also a best family investment for bonding and sustains the family relationship for years to come. As we grow older, we started slowly drifting apart from one another due to hectic lifestyle. Thus, it is great to bring everyone together to stay together for a family journey. Continue reading [TRAVEL TIPS] Travelling Guide With Parents – How To Make Them Happy?

[PENANG EATS] Deen Maju George Town – One of Local’s Favourite Nasi Kandar

My dad was craving for Nasi Kandar during our recent trip to Penang and I start to google for more nasi kandar options. I even ask the GRAB driver his favourite nasi kandar place and he said Deen Maju. He shared that locals will patronize Deen Maju instead of Line Clear Nasi Kandar because the pricing and taste. Continue reading [PENANG EATS] Deen Maju George Town – One of Local’s Favourite Nasi Kandar