Deciding to go back to Hong Kong was a no brainer. For me, Hong Kong is a place for comfort where I don’t need to plan a detailed itinerary. I just needed a restful break from the monotony of my work. Just going there to soak on the ambiance is enough for me to feel recharged. Continue reading Best Pork Noodles in Hong Kong
It was cloudy when I had my start. Around 9:30AM, I arrived at Pier 4 in the Central Ferry Terminal just in front of IFC tower in Central Hong Kong island. Pier 4 is the terminal for ferries going to two towns in Lamma Island: Yung Shue Wan and Sok Kwu Wan. Around 11AM, the ferry docked on Yung Shue Wan. As soon as I … Continue reading Hong Kong : Beyond the Skyscrapers
These stone formation have fancy names like “The Fairy Shoe”, “The Bee Hive”, “The Ginger Rocks” and “The Sea Candles”. The most famous formation according to the brochure is the “Queen’s Head” which is shaped like the bust of the Egyptian queen, Nefertiti and this shape has been the town’s logo and iconic landmark. Continue reading Yeliu’s Rocky Alien World
7:00AM, Singapore. The bus was already along the West Coast highway going northwest up to the immigrations border near the Johor strait. I was lazily lying on my coach inside the bus enjoying the soft sunshine by my window. My malong served as my jacket from the chilly aircon. Enjoying this satisfying comfort, I didnt realize I fell asleep after going through the immigration border. … Continue reading Warm Colors of Melaka
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
Decided to visit this quaint street in urban Taipei after seeing it being featured in an airline magazine. It says the street is known for its independent local shops, street food and vibrant visitors. Continue reading Taipei : Yongkang Street Food
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
This was my first time travelling alone in Taipei. On the first day, after a quick breakfast, I wormed my way to the nearest MRT station, went straight to TRA ticketing in the Main Station to buy a ticket going to Ruifang 瑞芳. Continue reading Spirited Away in Jiufen… Maybe Not?
Well, not yet… Imagine you just landed in Taiwan and now all you want is your first “authentic” true-blue bubble milk tea, with Taiwan-flavored pearls swimming inside. (I can’t seriously imagine what a Taiwan taste is!) But before you had your first sip of milk tea, or hoping you will come across Jerry Yan somewhere, you might want to take on some easy to go … Continue reading Don’t Buy Milk Tea in Taipei!