One more of my bucket list has been checked (√). Yaay!! Luang Prabang, the ancient capital of Laos, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995 for unique and “remarkably” well preserved architectural, religious and cultural heritage, a blend of the rural and urban developments over several centuries, including the French colonial influences during … More Luang Prabang, Laos – Day 1
Malacca (also known as Melaka in Bahasa Malaysia) is one of popular tourist attractions in Malaysia. It is a historical city under multi-colonies like Portugal, Dutch (the Netherlands), England and Britain, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Those who travel between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore mostly stop by at Malacca. By … More Malacca – Adventure in Malaysia Part II
Hey guys! It’s been a long while. I almost forgot how my blog looked like. Also, I did not travel much in 2015 (sigh!), which is why I had nothing to share. Well, at last, I managed to visit Bangkok again for 2016 countdown with my friends.
Singapore is popular with its modernized and clean city (country itself) among ASEAN countries. After spending 3 days in Malaysia, I headed across the border to see Singapore for the first time, and 2 days seemed not enough for me to explore this small diamond land.
It has been a while, but now I am back, occasionally. Life is a journey! The more you travel is like the more pages you read in a book, and it gets more and more interesting. This is my second time traveling abroad after Thailand trip last November. But guess what? Only 2 of us, … More Kuala Lumpur – Wild Adventure in Malaysia Part I
Currently, if you ask me where is the best place in Cambodia to enjoy the nature and fresh atmosphere, I will not hesitate to reply that “Koh Rong ranks #1 among all in Cambodia”. Exaggerating? Probably. But I cannot stop admiring its beauty from time to time, and this is my second time I visited … More កោះរ៉ុង (Koh Rong Island), Paradise on Land in Cambodia [Part II]
Following last year, Angkor Songkran was arranged again this year (2014) in Siem Reap, Cambodia, and even bigger. Khmer New Year is usually celebrated in mid-April every year due to the reason that this time in the past, Khmer people (prefer to farmers) freed themselves out of their harvesting season, so they picked the time … More អង្គរសង្ក្រាន (Angkor Songkran) in Siem Reap