I have been holding this post for almost 6 months because I was feeling overwhelmed and couldn’t fully turn my experience into words.
French Village Bukit Tinggi after Pandemic
It has been a while, and this time it is indeed a “somewhere not far”. Let’s check the details first!
My first Barista experience @Pour Cafe
what do I do on a non-traveling day? Cafe is where I go.
Get paid to travel with Grabean!
This is my second time using this application to “get paid” while I am traveling. Previously I made a video on how to use this Grabean app in Korea to make money, and the response from the readers was really good. A lot of them requested the English version of it, so I made an…
Hidden Gem of Tokyo – Kichijoji
I lived in Tokyo for a year. As I am not a city person, I have no idea how to appreciate the buildings and the crowded streets. For example I don’t even like Harajuku or Shibuya. But there is this one place call “Kichijoji” in Tokyo, it is my kind of heaven. Not too crowded,…
Leave some magic to the kids
With Air Asia limited 7kg hand luggage, I successfully brought sufficient summer outfit for 16 days and a big pack of butterfly pea flower to Japan. For July, I hosted 2 events in a row in the collaboration with Babel Cafe, in Osaka, Japan! My gratitude to those who attended my meetup event to learn…
Korea smart shopping tips
Shop smart to shop more!
Somewhere to stay: Kensington Stars Hotel, Mount Seorak National Park
Seoraksan National Park is one of the most famous national parks in South Korea. South Korean government listed it with UNESCO as a tentative World Heritage site. I mentioned that it was rainy throughout my whole Korea trip in my previous post (Somewhere to stay in Seoul, with 50% Hanbok rental), including the day I…
Somewhere to stay: Korea Hostel 11th Changdeokgung, Seoul.
I love doing hostel hoping when I am traveling. It is indeed very troublesome to keep moving, but the excitement of experiencing different hostel culture and meeting new friends makes me busy moving every time. I stayed in 3 different hostels during my Korea trip, and this is my favourite out of all! (With special…
10 important things to know before travel to Hong Kong.
Anyone else shares the same idea with me which “Hong Kong is a dangerous country. A lot of robbery, drug deals, people carry guns and fire on the streets, a lot of gangsters and illegal racing.” ?