Category: Adventures in Asia

Free Things to do in Penang Hill

If you go up in Penang Hill there is a saying : “You’ve never been to penang if you never been to Penang Hill” Obviously just a catchy marketing strategy but to me it is true. Penang Hill Trip is not complete without going up to this little paradise in Penang. Take a taxi from

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Gorgeous Georgetown of Penang Malaysia

So here am I again posting about my current city of residence. PENANG Malaysia! Actually these post is just an excuse for a photo dump! I have a lot of photos of Penang in my phone and I thought why not share it with you guys? In this post I will focus more on what

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Enryakuji Temple on Mount Hieizan- Kyoto Off the Beaten Path

Its our last day in Kyoto and we decided to explore more. This place was not in our itinerary but its so fun to just pick something that you never heard before. And we end up in Mount Hieizan (Shiga Prefecture). We took JR Kosei Line from Kyoto Station to Hieizan-Sakamoto Station for about 30

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Lantau Island Hongkong

On our third day we decided to visit Lantau Island. Lantau Island is the largest island in Hong Kong and this is where you can find the famous Tian Tan Buddha or Big Buddha (one of the most famous monument in Hong Kong ). Usually visitors will take Ngong Ping 360 cable car and a

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Taiping Zoo Malaysia

It’s our first time to visit this zoo and we were so impressed how natural this zoo is. Situated in the heart of Taiping Malaysia this is the most green zoo I’ve even seen. Taiping is just an hour drive from Ipoh and 3-4 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. I am a big lover

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Batu Caves Kuala Lumpur with Young Kids

This was our first time to visit this famous Batu Caves. I’ve been to KL many times but never had the chance to swing by. Batu Caves is just 30 minutes away from KL town, you can take a taxi there if you don’t drive. This is a Hindu temple situated in a majestic Batu

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Langkawi : Off the Beaten Path in Pregnant Maiden Island

The week of 2018 Malaysian General Election, we managed to score a cheap airasia flight to Langkawi on 29rm one way from Penang yay! Reached Langkawi at night and went straight to the Pekan Rabu jetty and took a 15 minute boat ride to Dayang Bunting Island or Pregnant Maiden Island. Since it’s already night

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Hidden Turtle Beach of Penang

Finally we made it to Turtle Beach on our Off day which is usually Mondays . It means fewer tourist! yay! We are frequent visitor of Monkey beach but never set foot to turtle beach before. Monkey beach is just 10-minute boat ride away from Turtle beach. From the entrance of Penang National Park you

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Ancient Trip to Siem Reap

After the amazing two days Phnom Penh Trip, we were picked up by a van early in the morning in our hotel about 9am for our 6-7 hour Siem Reap trip. The day trip went fine with 2 toilet break stops including a lunch break. I love the scenery, so green with rice fields farms,

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Phnom Penh I Love You

Things to do in phnom penh, royal palace blogger

This 9-day trip to Cambodia was planned to celebrate our ¬†3rd year wedding anniversary (9-17 August) .¬†From the culture-rich Phnom Penh going to the wonderful Siem Reap; then to the adventurous Pattaya and to busy Bangkok we were so thrilled that we managed to cross-country just by using van and buses.   Here’s our itinerary

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Things to do with Kids in Kuala Lumpur

things to do in Kuala Lumpur with toddler

There’s a lot of interesting things family with kids can do in KL. My daughter is an active 2.5 year old girl who loves adventure. Heres some of the things we visited in KL. 1. Kuala Lumpur Zoo I love zoo because its not too crowded. Its very spacious and clean. I heard from my

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Summer Palace in Beijing with Baby

Summer palace beijing with toddler, Things to do in beijing

Summer Palace is a very beautiful place. You can easily spend the whole day here. We brought our 2 year old girl with her stroller and thats the biggest mistake we’ve done. This place has a lot of stairs as it is situated in a hill. Upon realizing that it is uphill we left the

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Easy Hike in Penang Botanic Garden with Toddler

It was a beautiful Monday morning and we decided to trek the easiest trail in Penang Botanic Garden. The Curtis Trail is 1.5km partly uphill trek. It is an easy 30-40 minutes trek. Maybe shorter for others. We brought our 2.5 year old daughter and she enjoyed it so much. We went around 10am. It

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