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?
During my short trip to Taiwan with my family few months back, we headed to Houli Township, Taichung to visit the famous Zhong She Guan Guang Flower Market. It is also known as Chung She Tourist Flower Market. The flower market or field features the beautiful landscape gardens and all year round flower carnival perfect for photo taking. The flowers here changes according to season thus visitors like us will have different view and experience. Continue reading [TAIWAN TRAVELS] Zhong She Guan Guang Flower Market (中社觀光花市) In Taichung
It has been years since my last road trip with my family. My dad decided to head over to Batu Pahat for a day trip on last Saturday. It was an impromptu trip as he decided a night before. He woke us up early morning and start out road trip by taking the route from Kulai, Johor. Continue reading [M’SIA Travels] A Trip to Kulai & Batu Pahat With Family
Oh well…When I told my friend that I am heading to Busan, the first reaction was “ Train to Busan!”. Hence, that’s my post title to start of the post. E & I checked the weather forecast before deciding the day to head to Busan. I think that is the best part when you travel free and easy. We get to manage and change our itineraries as and when we want to. Continue reading [KOREA TRAVELS] Train to Busan In A Day- Haedong Yonggunsa , Gamcheon Cultural Village & Jalgachi Fish Market
We decided to spend a day at Gyeongbokgung Palace and Bukchon Hanok Village because both locations are within a walking distance. Gyeongbokgung Palace is one of the must-visit attraction places for tourist because of its long history. Gyeongbokgung was the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. Gyeongbokgung (경복궁), which means “palace greatly blessed by Heaven,” was built in the heart of Seoul surrounded by Mount Bugaksan and Mount Namsan. Continue reading [KOREA TRAVELS] Explore A Day At Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village(북촌한옥마을) And Cha-Teul Tea House
Winter in Seoul, Korea was freaking cold especially on the month of November and December. I just came back from winter wonderland and glad that I survived from the icy cold. This is my first time experience the Korean winter. I was being warned by friends who travelled in the month of November. So I did some research beforehand. Continue reading [TRAVEL TIPS] How to Survive Winter in Seoul,Korea
Hongdae is another must visit place in Seoul after Myeongdong. Hongdae is located right in front of Hongik University in the Mapo district of Seoul. This is one of the favourite hot spots for college students and also tourists who love shopping and fashion. Hongdae is quite similar to Harajuku in Tokyo and Bugis in Singapore. The area caters for young crowd and fashion trend setters. Continue reading [KOREA TRAVELS] Why Hongdae Is a Must Visit Place in Seoul?
During my recent trip to Seoul, I went exploring Garosu-Gil and fall in love with this place. Garosu-Gil is an area in Sinsa-dong,Gangnam-gu,Seoul. This area is known for its galleries, restaurants, bars,cafes, boutiques and art design bookshops. This hipster street has so much inspiration from architecture to fashion and many more. Continue reading [KOREA TRAVELS] 5 Reasons Why You Must Visit Garosu-Gil When You Are In Seoul
My last visit to Seoul was 4 years ago and their tax refunds system has changed since then. So I decided to share my latest experience on how to claim tax refunds at Incheon International Airport. Hope you guys will find it useful when you travel to Seoul! Continue reading [KOREA TRAVEL TIPS] How to Claim Tax Refunds At Incheon International Airport | Seoul
Taiwan- The Heart of Asia is the slogan issued by Taiwan Tourism Bureau to market Taiwan. My last visit to Taiwan was 3 years back to Yilan. Taiwan is a popular Asia destination for all kinds of age. You can have food, shopping, sceneries, mountains and night markets to explore. Continue reading [TRAVEL TIPS] 8 Things You Need To Know When You Travel Free & Easy To Taipei | Taiwan