A friend of mine has asked me for some advice for his relationship. I told him that he might choose the wrong person to talk to since I have not been in any relationship. And he thought I was lie. No, I wasn't... But I know the feeling when we fall for someone because I used… Continue reading Relationship


My good and not-so-good experiences in Kuala Lumpur

I wasn’t sure what to expect on my less-than-24-hour stopover in Kuala Lumpur where I visited after Melaka. I eventually experienced more than I had expected, both good and not-so-good things.   The not-so-good  Rather steep price Obviously, KL is more expensive than other cities in Malaysia because it’s a capital city. My money was… Continue reading My good and not-so-good experiences in Kuala Lumpur

In Melaka memories recalled

Dutch square

“Welcome to Hoi An”, Eugene greeted me when we met in Melaka. He was a local I contacted on Couchsurfing. “What? Hoi An? Was he mistaken? This is Melaka”, I though myself whiling saying hello to him. Melaka was the first city I visited in Malaysia. It was pretty small, which was my first impression… Continue reading In Melaka memories recalled

My favourite things to do in Penang

“Boy on a Bike” Mural

Everyone told me that I needed to check Penang out when I said I would be travelling to Malaysia. To be honest, not until I hit the place, did I understand why they said so. I was so in love with everything in Penang, from heritage houses, lovely street art to cheap and tasty street… Continue reading My favourite things to do in Penang

Getting nature in Singapore

Singapore was always at the bottom of my travel list as its dense urbanisation is far from my liking. Additionally, it doesn’t appear to be great for budget travellers because of its steep cost of things. The main reason for me to do a trip to Singapore was to see my friends. However, the country… Continue reading Getting nature in Singapore

Ha Giang – Rocks, Mountains and Motor ride

I had never seen as many of rocks and mountains as I did during my recent trip to the Vietnamese northernmost province of Ha Giang. The 1000 meter above sea level locality, located a stone’s throw away from China’s Yunnan province, boasts countless massive limestone rocks, hanging valleys, rice terraces climbing to the clouds and… Continue reading Ha Giang – Rocks, Mountains and Motor ride

Unexpected Myanmar: Mandalay at a glance and Train Experience

Mandalay – A hidden charm Mandalay is often skipped by travellers as they think the city is underwhelming and charmless compared to other cities in Myanmar. However, every city is different and beautiful in its way that makes them worth a visit, so I decided to give the city a try and was glad that… Continue reading Unexpected Myanmar: Mandalay at a glance and Train Experience