I arrived at Singapore around at 7am after several bus transfers. Our bus broke down somewhere in Johor and barely had enough sleep. Since I was meeting my friends sometime later in the afternoon, I decided to spend the first half of the day in Gardens by the Bay. Continue reading Singapore’s Ethereal Gardens
In Thailand, the great river of Chao Phraya is the birthing place to one of the most cosmopolitan cities in South East Asia which is Krung Thep, popularly known to foreigners as Bangkok. Along its lengthy banks, rose the most beautiful and finest temples and palaces, as well commercial districts. Continue reading Bangkok’s Majestic Temples
Going to Sanxia was quite difficult than I expected. From the museum, I hiked all the way towards Sanying bridge which separates the towns of Yingge and Sanxia. But when I get to the bridge, I found out it’s not walkable for pedestrians so I went back to the bus stop outside Yingge museum, waiting for luck for the correct bus to arrive. Continue reading Blood and Tombs Festival
Ever heard of that city in China which had the world’s major architectural landmarks built onto it? That’s what I thought when I heard of this French-themed resort in Bukit Tinggi, an hour drive away from Kuala Lumpur. Personally, I don’t fancy visiting themed resorts but when I saw the pictures of the people who had been there, the call is hard to resist. A … Continue reading A French Town in Malaysia?
When I had my start in Hongkong, the rain was non-stop. The wind was chilly and temperatures drop below 15C. However, there was no rain when I arrived in Macau but it was chillier as compared to Hong Kong. Continue reading The Old Streets of Macau
I mentioned in my trip to Jiufen that I boarded the wrong train and arrived in Yilan. The train left the northern coast and veered southward with the Pacific ocean on the side. The train passed by a town with an eccentric looking structure erected near the coast. It looked like a dilapidated fallen building, washed by some rouge tidal waves. Fast forward, before my recent trip to Continue reading Architectural Wonder in Toucheng