2 girls, Singapore and a Bachata weekend

Touched down in Singapore last Saturday to a Bachata weekend and an urban adventure! Saturday Filled up our tummies with food at Krave, Bali Lane at noon. A tad expensive for a tourist from Malaysia, thanks to the currency exchange (SGD 1 ~ RM 3). Nevertheless, the food was good; my seafood pasta was quite spicy…

Common(maybe not) Travel Tips – Malaysia

I am a retail pharmacist who works in the middle of the town in Borneo so I usually get travelers visiting me. Being an avid traveler myself, I am usually quite empathetic. That gave me the idea to give out some tips I think would be useful when you’re in Malaysia, or just travelling in general. ALL…

‘cos it’s a Perthy little thing

Perth is a pretty chill place to visit. If you are interested to visit Perth, Western Australia, you can check out this post for a 5 days visit just to give you an idea of what to do and where to go. We went on a Good Friday weekend, so some of the shops were…

Single in Singapore

Last weekend I had a wedding to attend in Johor Bahru(JB) , a city in the southernmost of Peninsular Malaysia just minutes away from Singapore. After spending a night in JB which is not short of its own attractive things to explore, I left for Singapore – a trip I curated just to go for…

Inspiring India

India has always been a place that I wanted to go but the opportunity didn’t really present itself until I got a really cool fare to New Delhi from KL and I thought, why the hell not? So, here’s my rough guide and itinerary to 1 month in India, hope it will inspire you to…

Stranded in a Paradise named Bali

Day 4: We were about to leave our room when we received a text from Air Asia around 4 am. Apparently, our flight got cancelled due to the volcanic ash from Mount Rinjani in Lombok. There wasn’t any news of a substitute flight either. After some thoughts, my friends and I decided to just check out of…

and the Liebster Award goes to…

First and foremost, we would like to thank our lovely nominator, robynharley94, for nominating us for the Liebster Award! To answer the 11 questions posed by her, here goes! 1. Share an interesting fact about yourself Mai: I can burp like a man, or better! Sabrina:  I used to dance ballet when I was younger….

Myanmar & Laos

I was in Myanmar and Laos for about 2-3 weeks earlier this year. With these two countries off the bucket list, I’ve covered every country in South East Asia, except for East Timor. Trust the German, who is all about efficiency. :p Alright, so let’s get started with Myanmar or Burma (how some locals prefer…

Meet Andy, our first guest blogger!

Hey! Happy to see you you here. Let me introduce myself a bit: I’m Andy, 25 years old, living in Singapore since July 2014, with a German heart beating in my chest. I’m studying Financial Engineering at NUS in Singapore since August 2014, even though my classmates tell me I’m part time student and part time…

Koh Rong & Koh Rong Samloen

I never heard of Koh Rong until someone told me about the islands of Cambodia. It was quite surprising for me to know that as I had always associated Cambodia primarily only with Angkor Wat. I forgot all about Koh Rong and didn’t even mention its existence to anyone else, until a few months later,…

KL Salsa Scenes

Salseras y salseros, if you’re thinking of heading to Kuala Lumpur and baila baila, I have come up with a list of salsa scenes in KL that you can check out during your stay. Of course, there would be bachata and kizomba dances too! Well, this list is as of 2016 but I’ll try my best to update it…

Juggling Jakarta 3D2N

Why Jakarta? My friends and I got an effin cheap return tix for RM100 (US25) from Kuala Lumpur! Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia. A busy and vibrant city, yet traces of Indonesian culture are still evident here. Truth be told, we didn’t exactly have a proper plan of things to do in Jakarta. We did some…