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The Beauty Of Jalan Besar In Singapore

There is not a dull moment while walking through this neighbourhood. You could be walking behind a monk after alighting from the train station at Lavender MRT, then navigating towards your destination, only to be...

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Exploring the streets of Georgetown

There’s heaps to do in Penang, and between 2 years ago and now, much has changed. Georgetown is quickly evolving into a creative city with many young artists finding inspiration here. The fusion of...

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Hello to the Queen

This famous backpacker dessert needs a proper, legit. introduction. Heck, it even deserves it’s own post. I’ve been so fascinated with the amount of goodness in this god-like dessert that it could possibly claim...

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Shanti in Majhikuna

An hour and a half away from Pokhara and I found myself in Begnas Lake (the word ‘tal’ stands for lake). Eran, an Israeli traveller I met had told me about a place called...

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Eating out in Myanmar

It’s always a hit and miss when you want some authentic good local food. Unlike it’s culinary neighbour Thailand, in Myanmar it’s not possible to waltz into any restaurant or cafe and expect the...

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The Burmese Teahouse Culture

One of my favourite dining experiences in Myanmar is visiting teahouses, I’ve found myself attracted to these little shops with tiring stools serving up thick milk tea prepared with tonnes of condensed milk. I’m...

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Seminyak & Legian, Bali

                              My colourful week in Seminyak & Legian (in pictures!). Of humble food, beach & sunsets. Drop Cafe in Seminyak...

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Perhentian Paradise

Perhentian island is absolutely beautiful. The white sandy beaches, clear blue waters and amazing aquatic life makes it difficult to leave the island. Unlike other beaches around Southeast Asia, there isn’t much activities to...

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Gloomy in Krakow & Auschwitz

T’was cold, wet and overcast almost every day that I was in Krakow. Yet there was something about this city that remains deeply etched in my memories. I’ve heard alot of people say “Go...

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Krabi’s beach trio

Krabi is more than just Ao Nang. Apart from the many other islands that you can take a day trip to, the three that are connected are none other than Rai Lay, Phra Nang...