Writing about a city is one’s musing and one’s wills. It is based on the one’s experiences, one’s threshold of familiarity and on one’s immersion into the foreign environment. Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world. It is known for its exquisite architectures, rich history and the center of world in … More FALLING IN LOVE WITH A DISTANT CITY
Not far from the capital of France is the Mont Saint Michel, an island in Normandy, France that has a remarkable medieval village around it and is crowned by an Abbey fortress dedicated to Saint Michael the Archangel. This walled city is one of the first monuments to be classified by UNESCO as a world … More SAINT MICHEL: THROUGH THE MISTS OF TIME
Finally back in Malaysia! On my first trip here, my friends and I weren’t able to go to Johor because it was a long drive from the city. But now, since I’m traveling with family, we made sure to visit Johor and go to their theme park, Legoland!
We were on our way to Genting Island when we decided to stop by first to their famous farm, Genting Farm. Strawberries are not only their cultivations – mushrooms, herbs, flowers and hydroponic vegetables are also grown here commercialy in adjoining nurseries. You can also purchase strawberries by plucking them directly and paying by weight … More GENTING DISCOVERY
I’ve been wanting to go to Pinto Art for the longest time because of the great reviews I’ve seen online. I’ve been planning to go there with my boyfriend, Inigo, for months now but due to our busy schedule because of school and family gatherings, we weren’t able to easily push through. A day before … More PINTO ART-IPOLO
One of the most accessible ways to sample a country’s culture is through eating and drinking its authentic street food delicacies. On our trip to Malacca last November 2015, we stopped by to one of the best places to hunt and bargain antiques, The Jonker Walk. It is a long and narrow five hundred meter street located at … More GOING LOCAL IN MALACCA