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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So here am I again posting about my current city of residence. PENANG! 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 you
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
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
I’ve been to Ipoh many times so I’m excited to compile these photos and write something about this incredible state of Malaysia. Previously a tin mining state, this little Charm is called “Land of Millionaires” as a lot of rich families reside in here. I live in Penang and they said Ipoh is a laidback
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
This was our first stop to our 10-day Japan trip. Summer just turned 1 year old and this was her birthday trip. Some of you might be rolling your eyes that she won’t probably remember everything but well of course she won’t remember anything but we did. We did enjoy her and enjoy the moment
Penang National Park is home of beautiful rainforest with cool treks and amazing beaches. Located in north-west part of Penang Island, it is considered the smallest National Park in the world but don’t let the size stops you from visiting as this park will literally take your breath away if you give it a chance.
I’m very excited as I start writing post about my journey as a mother. I know I travel a lot with her and it’s seems right to not just highlight our traveling “happy/fun” moments as a mother or as a family but also to highlight the struggles and difficulties I faced and will be facing.
I want to be extra grateful today. I decided to rediscover #Penang – the city where I’m currently living. Because it’s my birthday today. Yay! For those who are not familiar in Malaysia Penang is located in the northern part of Peninsular Malaysia. It is 3 hours drive up to the border of Southern Thailand
February 16-22 2017 You can also use MRT to reach Ocean Park. We spent the whole day here. Summer loved the large aquarium as this kid is obsessed with fish! Summer the fish lover. Day 2: Ngong Pin 360 We decided to go to Ngong Pin 360 but unfortunately their cable car was to operating
It’s my first time to set foot in Langkawi, Malaysia. I heard so much about it since I moved to Singapore but didn’t have the chance to visit. But now that im living in Penang, I will not miss the opportunity.We flew from Penang around 5pm and arrived langkawi before 6pm. It only took us
This was the second leg of our family trip going down from Baguio. Check our Baguio trip here . It was 2 hour journey to La Union. La Union is located in ilocos region. Northern part of Luzon, Philippines. We checked into Costa Villa Resort for theee day – two nights fam trip . It is
Its my first time to set foot in Penang and I didn’t expected that this will be my new home for now. Because we have visa problem in Sabah We detoured in Penang. Penang the land of sunrise to me. An Island with a lot of hills. Food are really tasty and awesome. And the
We had the privilege to stay in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah for 2 months. November – December 2015. We were sent there for mission work but our working visa didn’t get through so we need to leave. We are grateful we had the chance to live there though. Kota Kinabalu is a beautiful laidback city rich