How Da Lat and Dak Lak treated a vegan tummy?

Before my trip to the Central Highland I had received some recommendations of my friends about what to eat in Da Lat and Buon Me Thuot. “You should to eat this and that. They are just tasty and hearty.” I was very thankful to them but the food is not just for me because I… Continue reading How Da Lat and Dak Lak treated a vegan tummy?


Getting active in Da Lat

Many people have fallen in love with Da Lat because of its mesmerising beauty. It has even been chosen as a destination for honeymoon or wedding anniversary by numerous couples. However, this hill town bestows a plethora of surprise that intrigues adventurers. One of popular activities to discover Da Lat is cycling. No, I am… Continue reading Getting active in Da Lat

More than just a teaching assistant

Never in my life have I been active as much as I did during the past month. Simply my job requires so. I also realise my role is not just a teaching assistant (TA). A few days ago, I read a story on The Guardian telling a class teacher upset with his TA. According to… Continue reading More than just a teaching assistant

Unexpected Myanmar: What and where to eat as an herbivore

Since I decided to turn vegetarian, my travels have become more challenging yet exciting, and my Burma adventure is not an exception. I had no clue what Myanmar food looks like and tastes like before going, yet been event told that it would be pricey to have vegetarian meals there. However, Myanmar turns out not… Continue reading Unexpected Myanmar: What and where to eat as an herbivore

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 the 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