There’s no doubt that Japan is leading the way for solo travel. Wherever you go, you see locals dining alone in restaurants and convenient stores, unlike some other cities and countries which do not see solo traveling and solo dining as the norm. On my first solo trip to Tokyo last summer, I enjoyed the freedom of roaming around and dining alone, without the fear of being judged. If you are thinking of doing the same, here are some of the food places I headed to.
Mt. Fuji clearly needs no introduction and is definitely on most travelers’ bucket list. Likewise, I decided to book a day tour from Tokyo to view Mt. Fuji since I happened to be in Tokyo. However, since it was Summer season, I failed terribly to see Mt. Fuji in its fullest glory. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the tour as I got to visit many scenic places and after all, Mt. Fuji still has its charm regardless of the season. Continue reading
It was my first time on a cruise. I mean, why would any millennial have the interest and money to go on a cruise, when clearly they can spend more time and lesser money exploring the four corners of the world, and probably experiencing it in a more authentic and local way (also known as free-and-easy travel). When I think of cruises, I picture casinos, infinity pools, water slides, buffet meals and more. You get my drift. Basically, eat, sleep, gamble, play, repeat. That’s what cruises are for right?
Taiwan always holds a special place in my heart. Be it the glorious Taiwanese food, beautiful scenery in Kenting National Park and Taroko National Park, or the Instagrammable places in Taichung, Taiwan never fails to captivate and surprise me. Needless to say, most of us plan for a stopover in Taipei before heading off to explore other parts of Taiwan so unsurprisingly, I did the same and explored some of the iconic places and must-try food in Taipei before heading to Taichung.
After seeing all the beautiful Taichung photos from your friend’s Instagram accounts, this article will convince you further on why you should make that Taichung trip happen. Headed to Taichung in February and had a great time visiting night markets and many Instagrammable attractions all in just two days. Skip the Rainbow Village or Totoro bus stop, because here are some must-visit places in Taichung to fill your Instagram feed and satisfy the nature-lover in you.
Whenever I think of Phuket, my brain quickly associated it with numerous pristine beaches, traditional Thai massages, street food at night markets, and the famous night scene at Bangla Road. Well, if you are reading this, chances are you don’t belong to the “touristy-travel” crowd, so here’s sharing with you some beautiful places in Phuket where you can truly enjoy a chillax getaway, away from the crowd.
A year ago, I was staying in Phnom Penh, Cambodia for work for a period of 3 months. Besides sourcing for the top Instagrammable places in Phnom Penh and cafe-hopping at Instagrammable cafes in Phnom Penh, I combed the streets for some local and authentic Cambodian food; both Cambodian cuisine (Khmer cuisine) as well as Cambodian street food and snacks. Here are my some of my favourites and must-try list when you visit Phnom Penh.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to live in Phnom Penh, Cambodia? A year ago, I was sent to Phnom Penh for a short period of 3 months for work, so aside from work, more adventures arise. Besides the friendly locals and delicious food, Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, is known for its rich history and culture. Here are some of the beautiful places that I’ve stumbled upon during my solo-wandering during weekends!
Hualien City is a beautiful coast on the east of Taiwan, sufficient for any wanderlust traveller to enjoy a peaceful journey that connects you with nature, tradition and food. Allow me to share with you some of the highlights during my trip to Hualien from Kenting. Continue reading
We arrived Hong Kong early in the morning at 6am so we had way enough time to make our way to our hotel to deposit our luggages before heading out for a good breakfast to start off the day. Took the Airport Express MTR from the Airport and within 30-40 minutes, we reached Jordan, where we stayed, and walked a 4 minutes distance to our Hotel which is just round a corner from Jordan station. And our 48 hours in Hong Kong begins…