I was born and raised in Malaysia but have not lived there for the last 12 years. So when someone asks me the question above, should I still answer Malaysia or should it be Switzerland where I’ve lived the last 7 years? As a Malaysian with Malay, Javanese and Chinese blood, I have been mistaken … Continue reading Where are you from?
Undoubtedly there are too many amazing hotels in this world. However, in no particular order, the 10 hotels below are the ones I would really like to spend a night (or more) in: 1- Casa Palopo, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Imagine waking up with this view of the lake and the volcanoes 2- Explora, Torres del … Continue reading 10 hotels on my bucket list
January Gruyeres and Chateau d’Oex (International Hot Air Balloon Festival) Ireland March London Mauritius April Seychelles Bordeaux, Biarritz (France), San Sebastian (Spain) Copenhagen (Denmark), Malmö (Sweden) May Gstaad, Saanen, Peak Walk, Chateau du Chillon Lausanne, Evian, Murten June Rapperswil Schwarzwald (Germany) Bernina Express, Tirano (Italy) September Adelboden October Schilthorn, Lauterbrunnen Spiez, Oberhofen Rhine Falls, Schaffhausen Stanserhorn, Luzern … Continue reading Our 2016 travels in pictures
You’ll enjoy all kinds of street food (be it Malay, Chinese or Indian) Marvel at the architecture of the beautiful world’s tallest twin towers Spend your morning feeding a baby elephant at the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary and your afternoon in a cool petting zoo just down the road You’ll get to taste some amazing … Continue reading 20 reasons why a week in Malaysia can be a trip of a lifetime
I’ve certainly experienced some amazing things in life such as: swimming in the Jellyfish Lake in Palau swimming with whale sharks in Donsol, Philippines swimming with nurse sharks in Belize swimming, kissing and catching stingrays in Cayman Islands swimming in an underground mountain lake in Turkmenistan diving with sharks in Palau said hello to … Continue reading My Bucket List of things to experience
We were cracking our heads to figure out what to do and where to go over Easter this year. We weren’t as quick as usual with booking flights and going anywhere within Europe seemed too much to pay for a weekend. As I’ve been wanting to visit Ascona and see Lago Maggiore for the longest … Continue reading Our Easter trip exploring different towns on Lago Maggiore
Premise 1: Anthony Bourdain loves Vietnam. Premise 2: I love Anthony Bourdain. Conclusion: So, I too will love Vietnam yes? Unfortunately not. For many years I couldn’t understand why it seemed as if everyone who had been to Vietnam loved it so much but I simply didn’t. I had great Vietnamese friends at University yet did not at … Continue reading Why I am not in a hurry to return to Vietnam