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Most Recent Posts

Gold Coast, Australia: Where Travelling Alone Starts
Travelling alone has always scared me. The thought of eating at a restaurant, sitting at a table designated for two people, surrounded by couples, families and friends all dining and having a great time is like my version of a living nightmare.
Valencia, Spain: Where Modern Meets Historical
Valencia, Spain, third biggest city following Madrid and Barcelona, is the perfect location for a short two-day trip. Considering the fact that all the tourist locations were centralized, it made every destination easily accessible by foot.
Xiamen, China: Where My Childhood Resonates
To start off, I am very tough on critiquing Xiamen as a travel spot because, as some may know, this is where I called home for four years when I was merely but a teenager. This was a place that has grown exponentially from only having had two malls and no theatres to what is now, a busy city and a popular tourist location.
Phuket, Thailand: Where Photographers Find Haven
Phuket, Thailand was five days too short. I know it’s too short a trip when my skin haven’t even been painted in a tan. Though I have to admit, I may already be planning my next trip to Phuket in my mind, and knowing this place has so much to offer, it definitely will be at least a week’s kind of trip.
Osaka, Japan: Where Sanity Finds Sanctity
Osaka, Japan, the sanctity you escape to to regain your sanity. There’s no rush here, no one annoyed or agitated if you walk a little slower than usual. A good change from the busy lifestyle of Hong Kong. A simple five days was enough to live an imaginary life in Japan.