Malaysia, Travel

8 Things You Must Do to Experience Penang

The heart of Penang lies in Georgetown where most of the attractions are located. Like Singapore, you can mainly cover the main attractions in the city in 3 days. To make your time in Penang worthwhile, what are some of the local experiences you got to try? 1. Try Penang Assam Laksa Start your day…

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Events, Food, Singapore, Singaporean, Travel

Heritage Festival @ The Waterfront : Singapore-style Buffet at Food Capital

Singapore: ‘Makan Paradise’ What’s a Singaporean-thing to do during the long National Day weekend? Gather family and friends at the table to ‘makan’. Eating seems to be one of our favourite past times because of our cultural diversity and uniqueness as a Singaporean¬†are found embedded in our food. To get an authentic taste of Singapore,…

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Bhutan, Travel

Travel with Me to Bhutan! : Day 5 – Haa Valley

Rise and shine! It’s Day 5, and we headed to Haa Valley which is about a 3-hour drive away from Paro. After the slight evening shower, the skies were clear again, and the weather then was much colder. I woke up rather late for breakfast as I slept quite late the night before. Otherwise, I…

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Bhutan, Travel

Travel with Me to Bhutan! : Day 4 – Paro

Day 4 is a slow-moving day for me as we spent most of the time travelling from Punakha to Paro. During the journey back to Paro, we also stopped over for a while at Dochula Pass to take a breather. Like I mentioned, the journey was not easy especially for me as I have motion…

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Bhutan, Travel

Travel with Me to Bhutan! : Day 3 – Punakha

On Day 3, we traveled from the capital of Bhutan, Thimphu to Punakha. Punakha is the ancient capital of Bhutan, and it is about a 2 hour and a half drive away from Thimphu. Being of a lower altitude of 1,200 m above sea level, Punakha has a subtropical climate where the temperatures are much…

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Travel

6 Quick Tips for the Simplest Vacation Planning Ever

Is it a hassle to do all the planning on your own? Many people love to travel but have the mistaken impression that planning a trip is extremely difficult. More often than not, they look for travel agents and buy packaged holidays with little room for change or customization.¬† Trip planning doesn’t have to be…

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Bhutan, Travel

Travel with Me to Bhutan! : Day 1 – Paro + Thimphu

Flight from Singapore to Paro These days, I am starting to get quite apprehensive about taking long-haul flights because I dislike air turbulence. Thank goodness, the trip from Singapore to Paro International Airport was smooth, and there weren’t any hiccups. Flight amenities were kept very basic, and there was no personal entertainment onboard. We transited…

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