Indonesia, Travel

Canon Photo Fiesta’18 @ Batam : The Highlights

Before this trip, I’ve been contemplating if I should go for this short photography trip to Batam. It turns out to be one fruitful trip where I get to put my photography skills into practice and learn from the experts through Canon Photo Fiesta. We stayed one night at Batam View Beach Resort and visited…

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Indonesia, Travel

Kampung Terih (Batam, Indonesia): An Eco-village

A Photostory Our mystery photo spot was at a Kampong village called Kampong Terih. This village is developing into a tourist attraction for tourists visiting Batam to have a glimpse of what Kampong life is all about. We are tasked to take creative shots for this photo competition. It is a simple village by the…

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Indonesia, Travel

Canon Photo Fiesta’18: Batam View Beach Resort (Review)

“Selamat Datang!” The friendly staff at Batam View Beach Resort greeted us with a welcome dance. They also served us ice teas the moment we arrived at the resort. I was there for Canon Photo Fiesta’18 event in Batam which was organised by Topliners Club in collaboration with Canon Imaging Academy, Wonderful Indonesia and Julian…

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Bali, Food, Indonesia, Indonesian, Travel

5 Places to Eat in Bali

My recent trip to Bali has been a fruitful one as I get to cover most of the places which I had wanted to visit. During these five days in Bali, we have been using TripAdvisor as our food guide to lead us to the best cafes and restaurants in Bali. The list of recommended…

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Eco-friendly, Indonesia, Travel

Mutiara Beach Resort : An Eco-friendly Getaway to Bintan

  I’ve always been on the lookout for hotels and resorts follow eco-friendly and sustainable practices. There are several luxurious resorts that support ecotourism and sustainability but many of them aren’t full-fledged eco-resorts that adopt a minimalistic approach to minimize waste and lower carbon footprint. Would any hotel guests, like yourself, be willing to exchange…

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Bali, Indonesia, Travel

Moksa Ubud: Plant-based Cafe in Ubud, Bali

“Why Moksa?” ” In Hinduism, it means liberation.” It all stems from the concept of freedom that has propelled the creators of this restaurant, Made Janur Yasa and Chef Made Runatha, to idealize their hopes and vision. No more fears or destruction imposed on our environment when food is served on our plate. No lives…

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