Korean Meal at Kimchi Land

I have been to Seoul numerous times for holiday and work and always enjoy my meals there especially kimchi or anything cook with kimchi. I simply like kimchi. 🙂 I stopped over in Seoul for a couple of days after my trip to Vegas, bought skincare and cosmetics, and enjoyed eating Korean cuisines and some … Continue reading Korean Meal at Kimchi Land

Ho Chi Minh City

"Remember, the storm is a good opportunity for the pine and the cypress to show their strength and their stability."   - Ho Chi Minh Last week, I was at Ho Chi Minh City for work. As it was just an hour and a half flight time, I took the window seat that I may take … Continue reading Ho Chi Minh City

Food in Japan Can Never Go Wrong

I used to ask my sister why she keeps going back to Japan for holiday year after year, that's before I stepped foot into Japan. Since my first trip, I too have been going back to Japan for holiday year after year. Japan is a country that is easy to move around whether by public … Continue reading Food in Japan Can Never Go Wrong

Canal City at Fukuoka, Kyushu

Fukuoka – Shop, Watch, Eat

Fukuoka 福岡県, the capital city of Fukuoka Prefecture, Kyushu's largest city, the final destination of our road trip in Kyushu. Fukuoka is a fusion of two cities, the port city of Hakata and the former castle town of Fukuoka. Hakata remains the name of one of Fukuoka's central districts where the main railway station and … Continue reading Fukuoka – Shop, Watch, Eat

Beppu, Oita, Kyushu

Beppu – All About Food & “Hell”

Oita Prefecture 大分県, located on the eastern coast of Kyushu, has the highest number of hot spring locations and also the highest annual yield of hot spring water in Japan. Bid goodbye to beautiful Takachiho Gorge, we continued our road trip to our next destination, Oita. Along the way, we stopped by at Kumamoto 熊本 … Continue reading Beppu – All About Food & “Hell”

Nagasaki Dejima Wharf

Kyushu Road Trip

We landed at Fukuoka on a Friday morning after an overnight flight. Fukuoka is the largest city in Kyushu, located on the northern shore of Kyushu. It is also the most populous city in Kyushu. After collecting our luggage, I got myself a local SIM card, then made our way to collect our rental car. … Continue reading Kyushu Road Trip

Hong Kong - The Peak

Hong Kong – The Peak

From the Mid-Levels (半山區), we walked for half an hour and arrived at The Peak Tram Lower Terminus. We were welcomed by a long queue of people at the pavement by the road to the Peak Tram Lower Terminus. After queuing for twenty minutes, we reached The Peak Tram Historical Gallery, a time tunnel with … Continue reading Hong Kong – The Peak

Hong Kong Mid-Levels Escalators

Hong Kong – Mid-Levels Escalators

In Hong Kong, besides shopping, the next best thing to do is eating. We had a cup of coffee in the hotel room before heading to the Chinese restaurant at Habour City for dim sum lunch. When we first stepped into the restaurant, it was rather empty. Just before our food was served, diners started streaming into … Continue reading Hong Kong – Mid-Levels Escalators

Carmo Garden, Taipa, Macau

Macau – Taipa Village

After exploring the Rua do Cunha or Cunha Street, we continued our exploration of Taipa Village not knowing what to expect. Along the way up the little hill, we saw many colonial houses painted in hues of blue and green. Our Lady of Carmo Church 嘉模聖母堂 As we walked uphill, we saw a church in … Continue reading Macau – Taipa Village