Asia

Bodacious Bali: An Ode To My Favourite Island

Guess who’s back in Bali for the 4th time? If you haven’t guessed it yet, yes I’m obsessed with Bali or Indonesian islands in general. The last time my husband and I were in Indonesia was when we spent an exciting week in Gili Trawangan, an island in Lombok that we obviously fell in love […]

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Gili Trawangan: A Piece of Heaven on Earth

This is a long overdue post that I should’ve published earlier so I’d like take this opportunity to tell you my experience, and to show you why you shouldn’t be discouraged by the recent devastated event that took place in Lombok. Lombok has always been in my bucket list as I’m always up to exploring different parts of […]

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Five Useful Lodging Tips

There are some big oversights you could be making when it comes to reservations. From booking on the wrong location to forgetting to check some key information like the amenities, reviews and policies and these mistakes could easily make or break your trip. Here are some useful tips to help you choose your next perfect stay.   1. Always […]

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Hypnotizing Hong Kong: Tantalizing Glimpse of Chinese Culture

First thing you need to remember before visiting Hong Kong is to always be mentally prepared with the fact that you’re about to visit one of the most populous cities in the world – it can be an exercise in trying to tame the infinite. There’s also one constant in Hong Kong – its fast-changing […]

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The Essential Guide to Planning Your Trip

‌ Nothing is more exciting than taking a break from work to go on an adventurous trip to new places. It’s either going to be a sprint or a laid-back trip depending on the time. It’s important to start planning ahead to make your travel more organized. First time travellers may find travelling somewhere far a little bit […]

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Built in The Name of Love: Kellie’s Castle

Located in Perak, Malaysia, Kellie’s Castle has a tragic love story just as the Taj Mahal represented the undying love of a King to his beloved wife. Dated back to 1890, where William Kellie Smith, a Scottish planter with the rags to riches tale found his way working with Charles Alma Baker, a colonial pioneer from New Zealand specializing in road […]

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