Browsing All Posts filed under »travel« : Top 10 hostels for budget holidays

May 15, 2011


Bookmarked (er… pirated without shame) from 🙂 importantsisma for future travel. #10. Blue Mountain Youth Hostel; Shanghai, China #9. People’s Square Youth Hostel; Shanghai, China #8. Beijing Heyuan International Youth Hostel; Beijing, China courtyard of #8 : wow! #7. Seoul International Youth Hostel; Seoul, Korea rooms of #7 : #6. Utano Youth Hostel; Kyoto, […]

Taipei in 48 hours

May 3, 2011


pirated this article from Go to the article here

Brickfields : Beyond bricks and mortar

April 5, 2011


got this from the April 2011 edition of Malaysia Airlines’ Going Places magazine : The Kuala Lumpur City Hall offers free gided walks in Brickfields on the first and third Saturdays of each month, starting at 8am. The meeting point is the YMCA building at Jalan Tun Sambanthan (from KL Sentral, cross the road towards […]

Mulu National Park – what else can you do?

November 22, 2010


You don’t fancy extreme stuffs (eg adventure caving, walk in jungles for whole day); you just want a relaxing vacation at Mulu; you’ve been to the standard tour that most websites publish consists of: 1. walk to Lang Cave and Deer Cave (world largest cave entrance), and watch bats fly out from cave at dusk, […]

Sarawakian weird fruits / Buah-buahan ganjil Sarawak

August 1, 2010


Went to Tamu (market) in Miri yesterday with Chegu Su & family. It has been so long since I went there, and took quite a lot of photographs… and the aunties are super friendly. I did a posting on ‘weird fruits’ of Brazil. I guess photos from this visit qualifies for another ‘weird fruits’ posting, […]

Going to Niah National Park, Sarawak?

April 28, 2010


If you have friends visiting Miri, and its a short trip, going to Niah Cave is quite a fulfilling day tour. Its not as ‘wow’ as Mulu Cave, but its very accessible. Mulu Cave will need 3~4 days at least while Niah is less than 2 hours drive from Miri. Johnny came first time to […]

my wallpaper for this week

August 18, 2009


I took it at Taiwan during last year’s road trip with Johnny, at Fu Shou Shan Farm, Taichung. Such as beautiful place, and it was so sad to hear that Taiwan was badly strucked by the Taiphoon Morokot ; a village were buried almost completely. Prayer and thoughts to the people there.