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  • Exploring Yunnan, China: Stone Forest
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    Exploring Yunnan, China: Stone Forest

    4 years ago

    Be amazed by the amazing stone formations inside the Stone Forest (Shilin) in Yunnan province, China.

  • Exploring Yunnan, China: Jiuxiang
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    Exploring Yunnan, China: Jiuxiang

    4 years ago

    When I think of caves, I think of Jiuxiang Caves in Yunnan province.

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Fifth Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Fifth Review

    4 years ago

    Recommended dramas: Bad Guys, My Lovable Girl, Plus Nine Boys, Liar Game, and Cantabile Tomorrow.

  • Exploring Yunnan, China: Shangri-la
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    Exploring Yunnan, China: Shangri-la

    4 years ago

    My favourite stop throughout my Yunnan trip is Shangri-la.

  • Exploring Yunnan, China: Lijiang
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    Exploring Yunnan, China: Lijiang

    4 years ago

    A visit to Lijiang must include the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain & the Lijiang Old Town.

  • Exploring Yunnan, China: Beautiful Dali
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    Exploring Yunnan, China: Beautiful Dali

    4 years ago

    Dali, a beautiful city in Yunnan province.

  • Exploring Yunnan, China: Fun at Kunming
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    Exploring Yunnan, China: Fun at Kunming

    4 years ago

    Exploring Kunming, the city of Eternal Spring where flowers bloom beautifully.

  • 3D2N at Tioman Island, Malaysia
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    3D2N at Tioman Island, Malaysia

    4 years ago

    My first trip to Tioman Island and first time snorkelling.

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Fourth Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Fourth Review

    4 years ago

    My favourite dramas for the season: Joseon Gunman, It's Okay, It's Love & The Three Musketeers.

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Third Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Third Review

    4 years ago

    My review of Korean dramas that are screened from April 2014 onwards including Gapdong, A New Leaf, Big Man, Angel Eyes, Hotel King, Flower Grandpa Investigation Team and Witch's Romance.

  • Filming Locations in Korea (Part 2)
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    Filming Locations in Korea (Part 2)

    4 years ago

    Find out where to go to see your favourite Korean shows' filming locations, including Boys Over Flowers, We Got Married, Queen In Hyun's Man, IRIS and much more.

  • My Favourite Songs From Korean Dramas (2014)
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    My Favourite Songs From Korean Dramas (2014)

    4 years ago

    A list of my favourite songs from 2014 Korean Dramas.

  • Eating in Korea (Part 2)
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    Eating in Korea (Part 2)

    4 years ago

    One of my favourite cuisines in the world: Korean food. So much variety and so flavourful!

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Second Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Second Review

    4 years ago

    My review of the following Korean Dramas: God's Gift, Emergency Couple, Wonderful Days, Three Days and Full Sun.

  • Shopping in Malaysia: 1 Utama Shopping Centre
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    Shopping in Malaysia: 1 Utama Shopping Centre

    4 years ago

    1 Utama is one of Malaysia' s best malls. Come here and have fun!

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2014: First Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2014: First Review

    4 years ago

    This season watch You Who Came From The Star, The Prime Minister & I, One Warm Word. I Need Romance 3 and more...

  • Visiting Korea: Day 9 Snow Tour at Jisan Ski Resort
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    Visiting Korea: Day 9 Snow Tour at Jisan Ski Resort

    4 years ago

    Visiting Korea during the winter season

  • Visiting Korea: Day 8 at Yeouido & Gangnam
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    Visiting Korea: Day 8 at Yeouido & Gangnam

    4 years ago

    Day 8 in Seoul, Korea: Exploring Yeouido and Gangnam area, ending off with a super delicious meal at Hongdae.

  • Visiting Korea: Day 7 at the War Memorial of Korea & Hongdae
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    Visiting Korea: Day 7 at the War Memorial of Korea & Hongdae

    4 years ago

    Day 7 in Korea: Exploring the War Memorial of Korea and Hongdae.

  • Visiting Korea: Day 6 Palaces, Museums and Samgyetang
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    Visiting Korea: Day 6 Palaces, Museums and Samgyetang

    4 years ago

    Day 6 in Korea: exploring Seoul's museums and palaces and enjoying delicious samgyetang for lunch!

  • Visiting Korea: Day 5 at Busan
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    Visiting Korea: Day 5 at Busan

    4 years ago

    Our final day in Busan: exploring Taejongdae, Jagalchi Market and Nampodong.

  • Visiting Korea: Day 4 at Busan
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    Visiting Korea: Day 4 at Busan

    4 years ago

    Our second day in Busan: exploring Haedong Yonggungsa, Haeundae beach, Dongbaek island and Shinsegae Centum City.

  • Visiting Korea: Day 3 at Busan
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    Visiting Korea: Day 3 at Busan

    4 years ago

    My first visit to Busan, during winter. On Day 1 , we explored JungAng area, Gamcheon Cultural Village and Seomyeon.

  • Visiting Korea: Day 2 at Namsan and Myeongdong Area
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    Visiting Korea: Day 2 at Namsan and Myeongdong Area

    4 years ago

    On our second day, we visited Namsangol Hanok Village, Namdaemun, Myeongdong and Namsan Tower.

  • Visiting Korea: Day 1 at Insadong and Bukchon
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    Visiting Korea: Day 1 at Insadong and Bukchon

    4 years ago

    On the first day, we epplored the following areas: Jongno-3-ga, Insadong, Bukchon Hanok Village and Seoul Station.

  • Visiting Singapore: Exploring Gardens by the Bay
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    Visiting Singapore: Exploring Gardens by the Bay

    5 years ago

    One of Singapore's newest tourist attractions, the Gardens by the Bay

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2013: Fifth Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2013: Fifth Review

    4 years ago

    My views on Korean dramas for this season such as The Heirs, Reply 1994, Secret Love etc.

  • Marine Life Park at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore
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    Marine Life Park at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore

    5 years ago

    Visiting Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore? Stop by the Marine Life Park too!

  • Day Out in Singapore: Geylang Area
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    Day Out in Singapore: Geylang Area

    5 years ago

    Visiting Singapore? Explore the Geylang Area!

  • Visiting Singapore: Exploring Singapore Through Its Museums
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    Visiting Singapore: Exploring Singapore Through Its Museums

    5 years ago

    Despite being a small country, Singapore has many great museums which you can visit in order to learn more about the local history and culture. 1. National Museum of Singapore The National Museum of Singapore is the largest museum in Singapore...

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2013: Fourth Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2013: Fourth Review

    5 years ago

    Moon Geun Young once again takes on a cross-dressing role. As I did not see her previous effort, I can't compare but I would say she is doing fine here. Lee Sang Yoon, takes on the role of Gwang Hae, the second prince while Lee Kwang Soo (of Running...

  • Traveling Around The World: Incheon Airport, Korea
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    Traveling Around The World: Incheon Airport, Korea

    4 years ago

    After travelling around the Asian region over the years, I have my own favourites when it comes to airport. South Korea's main international airport, the Incheon International Airport definitely tops my list. This airport is the closes to the...

  • Eating in Penang, Malaysia
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    Eating in Penang, Malaysia

    5 years ago

    Penang's best food are found at hawker stalls where you will have to sacrifice the comfort of air-conditioning for delicious food. Trust me, it is worth it! Some of Penang's most famous foods are char kway teow, assam laksa and hokkien mee/prawn...

  • Visiting Penang, Malaysia: Itinerary Ideas (Part 2)
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    Visiting Penang, Malaysia: Itinerary Ideas (Part 2)

    5 years ago

    Georgetown's status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site has helped the city to preserve its many prehistoric buildings in the city centre. In conjunction with the city's Heritage Day which falls on 7 July, there is a monthly festival called the...

  • Visiting Penang, Malaysia: Itinerary Ideas
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    Visiting Penang, Malaysia: Itinerary Ideas

    5 years ago

    On my recent trip to Penang in July, the durian season was in full blast in Malaysia. Many hawker stalls were selling durians by the roadside. You can choose from the bitter or sweet types of Durians. In fact, there are so many varieties that it is...

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2013: Third Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2013: Third Review

    5 years ago

    Typically I do not enjoy revenge themed dramas as it gets tiresome after a while. I was not even interested in Shark when news about it first came out. However, Shark starts of well by reeling me in with a good dose of mystery. I just have to watch...

  • Off The Beaten Path: My Food Adventure in Ipoh, Malaysia
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    Off The Beaten Path: My Food Adventure in Ipoh, Malaysia

    4 years ago

    Ipoh is as yet an under-explored Malaysian city. Come here for the delicious food and to get a glimpse of a slower-paced city!

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2013: Second Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2013: Second Review

    4 years ago

    This drama features IU in her first lead role as Lee Soon Shin, since her supporting role in Dream High. If you know a little about Korean history, you will realise that she has the same name as a famous general. Hence, she is frequently ridiculed...

  • Day Out in Singapore: Bugis Area
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    Day Out in Singapore: Bugis Area

    5 years ago

    Orchard Road is usually the first stopping stop for tourists who visit Singapore. However, Singapore has much more to offer. The Bugis area also offers bargains and great buys for a variety of goods. If you are planning a trip to Singapore and...

  • Filming Locations in Korea
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    Filming Locations in Korea

    4 years ago

    Find out where to go to re-live your favourite Korean dramas such as Winter Sonata, All In, Dae Jang Geum and You're Beautiful.

  • My Favourite Songs From Korean Dramas (2013): First Review
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    My Favourite Songs From Korean Dramas (2013): First Review

    4 years ago

    Love Korean dramas? Check out the songs which adds greater impact to your favourite dramas here!

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2013: First Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2013: First Review

    4 years ago

    This drama stars Kang Ji Hwan and Hwang Jung Eum. This time instead of a funny hairstyle (see Full House Take 2), Hwang Jung Eum wears a fat suit at the beginning of the series. Park Ji Bin plays the younger version of Kang Ji Hwan and manages to...

  • Visiting Singapore: Mustafa Center
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    Visiting Singapore: Mustafa Center

    5 years ago

    Mustafa Center is a popular shopping mall in Singapore. Many tourists head to this 24-hour shopping mall which is located near the Farrer Park or Little India MRT. The Farrer Park and Little India area is famous among backpackers as there are...

  • Visiting Taiwan: The Capital City, Taipei (Part 3)
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    Visiting Taiwan: The Capital City, Taipei (Part 3)

    5 years ago

    On our ninth and last day in Taiwan, we decided to get some shopping done. Unfortunately, most of the clothes on offer in Taipei were more suited for the cold weather. Hence, in the end, I did not purchase many items. However, even if you do not...

  • Visiting Taiwan: The Capital City, Taipei (Part 2)
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    Visiting Taiwan: The Capital City, Taipei (Part 2)

    5 years ago

    On our second day in Taipei, we headed to the Ximending MRT station and headed towards the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall Station. Upon exiting the station, you will see clear directions pointing you towards the Memorial Hall. It is just a few minutes...

  • Visiting Taiwan: The Capital City, Taipei (Part 1)
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    Visiting Taiwan: The Capital City, Taipei (Part 1)

    5 years ago

    Before heading to Taiwan for our holiday, I had done some research on Taiwan's weather and realised that it would vary depending on which part of Taiwan we head to. Kaohsiung welcomed us with clear skies, and in fact, it was so hot that it did not...

  • Visiting Taiwan: The Port City of Kaohsiung (Part 3)
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    Visiting Taiwan: The Port City of Kaohsiung (Part 3)

    5 years ago

    Last day in Kaohsiung: Exploring Pier 2 Art District, Love Pier, a museum, a film archive and Dream Mall.

  • Free and Really Cheap Things To Do in Singapore
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    Free and Really Cheap Things To Do in Singapore

    5 years ago

    Among Asian countries, Singapore is one of the countries with a high living costs. Other countries/cities would include Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong. However, if you are travelling to Singapore or staying here, there are still some free and...

  • Visiting Taiwan: The Port City of Kaohsiung (Part 2)
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    Visiting Taiwan: The Port City of Kaohsiung (Part 2)

    5 years ago

    On our second day in Kaohsiung, we started off by having a filling breakfast of black soya bean drink and local snacks. From Taipei Main Station, we headed to Ciaotou Sugar Refinery station. Here, the main attraction is the old Chiao Ah Tou Sugar...

  • Visiting Taiwan: The Port City of Kaohsiung (Part 1)
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    Visiting Taiwan: The Port City of Kaohsiung (Part 1)

    5 years ago

    Taiwan has many different experiences to offer, from the calm and serene atmosphere at Sun Moon Lake to the bustling port city of Kaohsiung. The public transport in Kaohsiung reaches many of the tourist destinations and makes it easy to explore the...

  • Top Five Things To Do In Singapore
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    Top Five Things To Do In Singapore

    5 years ago

    There is so much to see and do in Singapore. For a first time visitor, you may feel lost and unsure where to start. Don't worry. Check out my list of top five things to do in Singapore. 1. Shop, Shop, Shop! When it comes to shopping, Singapore is...

  • Visiting Taiwan: Enjoy the Serenity of the Sun Moon Lake
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    Visiting Taiwan: Enjoy the Serenity of the Sun Moon Lake

    5 years ago

    From Taichung, it is easy to get to Sun Moon Lake, our second destination in Taiwan. There are direct buses to Sun Moon Lake from the Taichung High Speed Rail (HSR) and Train Station. For us, we took one from the HSR station. We purchased the return...

  • Visiting Taiwan: Taichung and Shinshe
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    Visiting Taiwan: Taichung and Shinshe

    5 years ago

    Taiwan is a popular destination for many Malaysians and Singaporeans due to the beautiful scenery, the delicious food and the welcoming Taiwanese. Five years after my first trip to Taiwan, I finally had the opportunity to revisit once again. During...

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2012: End-of-Year Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2012: End-of-Year Review

    5 years ago

    When you see the promotional posters, your first impression is most likely that this looks like an older version of F4. Men(??? or boys?) will always be men, regardless of their age. The cast is hilarious including Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul. It...

  • Off The Beaten Path: Eating in Ipoh, Malaysia
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    Off The Beaten Path: Eating in Ipoh, Malaysia

    4 years ago

    Do consider making a stop at Ipoh if you are travelling to Penang or Kuala Lumpur (KL)! Ipoh is just a short two to 2.5 hours away.

  • Weekend Trips from Singapore
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    Weekend Trips from Singapore

    5 years ago

    Singapore is located in a very strategic location from which one can easily explore the rest of Southeast Asia. For those who do not have much time to travel, you can consider taking one day off, in order to go on a short 3 days 2 nights trip or...

  • My Favourite Songs From Korean Dramas (2012)
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    My Favourite Songs From Korean Dramas (2012)

    4 years ago

    This song is an obvious choice. It is a favourite of many Korean drama viewers as even after the drama had ended, the song remained on Korean song charts for a long time. Indeed, the lyrics, the melody and Lyn's voice combines to make this song a...

  • Visiting Malacca: A Unesco World Heritage Site in Malaysia (Part 2)
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    Visiting Malacca: A Unesco World Heritage Site in Malaysia (Part 2)

    5 years ago

    The next morning, we headed out for souvenir shopping at San Shu Gong. The previous day we had tried the samples of the various local snacks and now it was time to buy our selected snacks to bring home for family and friends. After completing our...

  • Visiting Malacca: A Unesco World Heritage Site & Foodie Favourite
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    Visiting Malacca: A Unesco World Heritage Site & Foodie Favourite

    5 years ago

    Malacca is always packed with tourists during the weekends. From Singapore to the historical city of Malacca, all it takes is about 3.5 to 4 hours via bus. It is no wonder then that many Singaporeans enjoy visiting this Unesco World Heritage site...

  • Day Out At Orchard Road, Singapore
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    Day Out At Orchard Road, Singapore

    5 years ago

    Visitors to Singapore always head to Orchard Road for the shopping. However, there are lots more fun activities to be done here. For the youths who are not interested in shopping, they can head to Playnation which is located at Scape. Here, they can...

  • Eating in Singapore: Chinese Cuisine
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    Eating in Singapore: Chinese Cuisine

    4 years ago

    Singapore is a multiracial country with people of different races such as the Chinese, Malay and Indians. Hence, you will find a variety of local food here. As the majority are Chinese, you will find it easy to locate Chinese cuisine all over this...

  • Traveling Around The World: Singapore's International Airport, Changi Airport
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    Traveling Around The World: Singapore's International Airport, Changi Airport

    5 years ago

    Changi Airport is a truly unique airport. This is probably one of the only airports in the world where non-travellers head to for the weekend. Many locals who live nearby the airport enjoy hanging out at the airport with family and friends. This is...

  • Eating in Melbourne: Where to Find Cheap Eats and other Tips
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    Eating in Melbourne: Where to Find Cheap Eats and other Tips

    5 years ago

    In Melbourne, you will realise that it is hard to pinpoint one cuisine which is uniquely Melbourne. However, what Melbourne has to offer is definitely variety. And the quality of food is pretty good too. Eating out can be expensive so I will be...

  • Shopping in Melbourne
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    Shopping in Melbourne

    4 years ago

    Melbourne has a few factory outlets located close to the city centre. During my visit, I visited three of them. Personally, I liked Harbourtown the best as it offers the most variety and the bargains are pretty good too! Harbourtown is located at...

  • Day 7 in Melbourne, Australia: Exploring the Queen Victoria Market and ACMI
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    Day 7 in Melbourne, Australia: Exploring the Queen Victoria Market and ACMI

    4 years ago

    On our last day in Melbourne, we headed to one of the city's most famous and iconic tourist attractions, the Queen Victoria Market. At this huge market, there are many sections which are divided by the various product types such as meat, bakeries,...

  • Day 6 in Melbourne, Australia: Riding on the Puffing Billy
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    Day 6 in Melbourne, Australia: Riding on the Puffing Billy

    4 years ago

    Early in the morning, we woke up eagerly as were going to take a ride on the Puffing Billy! We purchased the Zone 1+2 day pass in order to get to Belgrave. From the Flinders Street Station we boarded the Belgrave line towards Belgrave Station. Upon...

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2012: Mid Year Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2012: Mid Year Review

    5 years ago

    This drama starts of well with a great cast of teenagers, including ZEA's Siwan and Lee Min Ho (not the lead actor of Boys Over Flowers/City Hunter) for the first few episodes before the adult cast takes over. Taking on the lead role of Prince Lee...

  • Day 5 in Melbourne, Australia: From Art at NGV to the Infamous Crown Entertainment Complex
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    Day 5 in Melbourne, Australia: From Art at NGV to the Infamous Crown Entertainment Complex

    5 years ago

    On our fifth day in Melbourne, we headed towards the St Paul's Cathedral which is located just across the street from Flinders Street Station. We entered the church for a while before walking past the Federation Square, and heading towards the Yarra...

  • Day 4 in Melbourne, Australia: Exploring the Royal Botanic Gardens & Shopping at  South Wharf
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    Day 4 in Melbourne, Australia: Exploring the Royal Botanic Gardens & Shopping at South Wharf

    5 years ago

    After two consecutive days of venturing out of Melbourne, finally we decided to explore the city itself. Our first stop of the day is one of the city's most famous parks: the Royal Botanic Gardens. As the shuttle bus and free tram does not start...

  • Day 3 Near Melbourne, Australia: Striking Gold at Sovereign Hill
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    Day 3 Near Melbourne, Australia: Striking Gold at Sovereign Hill

    5 years ago

    Early in the morning, we walked over to the Southern Cross station to board the Goldrush Special, which leaves from Melbourne at about 9am. Onboard the V/Line train, we could catch up on sleep as the train is comfortable. The whole journey to...

  • Day 2 Near Melbourne, Australia: Day Trip to The Great Ocean Road
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    Day 2 Near Melbourne, Australia: Day Trip to The Great Ocean Road

    5 years ago

    A few weeks before my Melbourne trip, I researched online to check out the prices for a Great Ocean Road one day trip. From my research, Melbourne Australia tours offered the lowest price at AUD85 per person. However, on the day of my choice, they...

  • Day 1 in Melbourne, Australia: Exploring the Arcades & St Kilda
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    Day 1 in Melbourne, Australia: Exploring the Arcades & St Kilda

    5 years ago

    My previous visit to Perth, Australia was during summer. This time, I visited Melbourne in late May which is the end of the autumn season and we remained in this city till early June. It was a nice change from the hot and humid weather of Singapore!...

  • Visiting Siem Reap, Cambodia: My Memory of Angkor Temples
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    Visiting Siem Reap, Cambodia: My Memory of Angkor Temples

    5 years ago

    Using our one-day pass to the Angkor temples in Siem Reap, we fully utilised it and visited countless temples. For me, the most memorables ones are definitely Ta Prohm with the tree roots taking over the temples, Bayon where the many stone faces...

  • Visiting Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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    Visiting Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    6 years ago

    Finally, after a six hour journey by bus from Siem Reap, we reached the capital city of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. Our very first stop here was the Central Market or Psar Thmei. This market is well designed with different sections catering to different...

  • Visiting Siem Reap, Cambodia
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    Visiting Siem Reap, Cambodia

    5 years ago

    This was my first visit to Cambodia and I was not sure what to expect. We took a red-eye flight and landed early in the morning at the Siem Reap International Airport. Our hotel offered a free pickup and we gladly followed the driver who had come to...

  • My Favourite Songs From Korean Dramas (2011)
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    My Favourite Songs From Korean Dramas (2011)

    6 years ago

    The Hallyu fever is definitely still going strong. In the many popular Korean dramas that we watch, there are lots of Korean songs which stand out and continue to remain in our minds, even long after the series has ended. I have compiled this list...

  • Day 6 in Paris: Opera, Perfume and Fashion!
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    Day 6 in Paris: Opera, Perfume and Fashion!

    5 years ago

    In the 2nd arrondissement, there are many covered passages. Within these passages, you will find a variety of shops selling food, souvenirs, antiques and so forth. We started off by exploring Passage des Panoramas, Passage Jouffroy and Passage des...

  • Day 5 in Paris: From St Germain to Champs Elysees
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    Day 5 in Paris: From St Germain to Champs Elysees

    5 years ago

    Early in the morning, we walked towards the St Germain area. Here, you will find churches like the St Germain church and St Sulpice Church (thronged by the Da Vinci Code fans). Nearby is also one of Paris' most famous gardens, Jardin du Luxembourg....

  • Chinese New Year: Food and Culture
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    Chinese New Year: Food and Culture

    5 years ago

    Every year, Chinese people all around the world await the celebration of Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is a festival which is steeped in culture and tradition. During this time of the year, there are lots of delicious food to savor. For these...

  • Day 4 in Paris: From Marais to the Bastille
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    Day 4 in Paris: From Marais to the Bastille

    5 years ago

    When in Paris, visiting the Notre Dame Cathedral is a must! Besides that the Carnavalet Museum was a gem which we discovered...

  • Day 3 near Paris: Visiting the Grand Palace of Versailles
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    Day 3 near Paris: Visiting the Grand Palace of Versailles

    5 years ago

    After 2 eye-opening and fun days in Paris, we headed out to Versailles on our third day. To reach Versailles, you have to purchase a billet en France which is valid on both the metro and RER. Take the RER all the way to the Versailles-Rive Gauche...

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2011: End of Year Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2011: End of Year Review

    4 years ago

    I started watching Flower Boy Ramen Shop for one reason: Jung Il Woo! I was introduced to this young actor through 49 Days. Here, there is a love triangle involving Il Woo, who falls in love with a noona (older sister). Here, he takes on the lead...

  • Day 1 in Paris: The Louvre and More...
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    Day 1 in Paris: The Louvre and More...

    5 years ago

    In Paris, one of the must visit places is definitely the Louvre. Yes, the famous Mona Lisa painting by Leonardo da Vinci is here....but that is not all, there are many other awesome paintings which deserve to be admired too. As we were there on the...

  • Day 2 in Paris: Exploring Montmartre, Champs Elysees & Eiffel Tower
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    Day 2 in Paris: Exploring Montmartre, Champs Elysees & Eiffel Tower

    6 years ago

    Paris has 20 arrondisements, with the small-numbered arrondisements in the city centre, and the large-numbered ones at the city edge. The arrondisements are connected by a network of different metro lines via interchanges. On our second day in...

  • My Week in Italy: Enjoying Venice
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    My Week in Italy: Enjoying Venice

    5 years ago

    As with most of our long distance trips in Italy, we relied on taking trains. Most of the time the trains were on time or at most late a few minutes. On our last morning in Florence, we boarded a train from Firenze Santa Maria Novella station to...

  • My Week in Italy: At The Leaning Tower of Pisa
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    My Week in Italy: At The Leaning Tower of Pisa

    5 years ago

    Florence is a great place from which to visit medieval towns like Lucca and Siena. For us, we chose to visit Pisa. The city centre itself is very walkable and that was what we did throughout our trip. Early in the morning, we took a train from...

  • My Week in Italy: Florence
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    My Week in Italy: Florence

    5 years ago

    From the Termini station, we took a regional train to Florence's Santa Maria Novella station. The ticket costs 17.35 Euros and there is no seat reservation. Luckily, end November is not a peak period and we did not have to worry about standing...

  • My Week in Italy: Rome
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    My Week in Italy: Rome

    5 years ago

    Before deciding to head to Europe in late November, I was slightly hesitant as I was wary of bad weather. Well, I am glad to say that I went ahead and I truly enjoyed my two weeks exploring Italy and Paris. My first stop was at Rome, the capital...

  • Shopping in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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    Shopping in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    5 years ago

    Kuala Lumpur is probably the first city in Malaysia which most tourists visit. For some, it is also the only city which they visit. However, if time allows it I would strongly recommend a longer stay in Malaysia to explore the less well-known towns...

  • Day Out at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore
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    Day Out at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore

    5 years ago

    In recent years, Sentosa has been rapidly developing. One of the latest and most interesting attractions to open at Sentosa Island is definitely the integrated resort, Resorts World Sentosa. Here, you could easily spend your entire day as there is...

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2011: Mid Year Review
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    Top Korean Dramas of 2011: Mid Year Review

    4 years ago

    My review of 2011 Korean dramas: Best Love, City Hunter, 49 Days, My Princess, Dream High and more.

  • Eating in Macau
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    Eating in Macau

    7 years ago

    When deciding on what to eat in Macau, one of the must-try is definitely Portuguese food. There are a number of famous restaurants to choose from. As I had just walked over from the A-Ma temple, we decided to go down the road. The first restaurant...

  • Eating in Hong Kong
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    Eating in Hong Kong

    5 years ago

    Hong Kong is a great place to visit. Not just for the many attractions and shopping, but also for its great food. Prices are also reasonable and comparable to Singapore. If you would like to try authentic local food, you definitely can't go wrong...

  • My Second Visit to Hong Kong: The City That Never Sleeps (Part 2)
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    My Second Visit to Hong Kong: The City That Never Sleeps (Part 2)

    5 years ago

    After a short but fun time in Macau, soon we were back in Hong Kong for the rest of our holiday. Our first stop was at China Hong Kong City since the ferry terminal was there. The place is filled with many outlets including a two storey Esprit shop....

  • Visiting Hong Kong: Shopping for Every Budget
    2

    Visiting Hong Kong: Shopping for Every Budget

    5 years ago

    All shopaholics beware! Hong Kong is a dangerous place for your purses as you can literally shop to your heart’s delight all around this Special Administrative Region (SAR). Even I, who don’t shop much, had a great time window shopping and...

  • Visiting Macau: Heritage, Casinos & Pastries (Part 2)
    2

    Visiting Macau: Heritage, Casinos & Pastries (Part 2)

    5 years ago

    After exploring the main Macau island for one day, we then moved on to the Taipa island. It is a short bus ride away only. As you cross over the bridge towards Taipa, you will once again pass by the Macau Tower. As we stayed near the Outer Harbour...

  • Visiting Phuket Island, Thailand
    8

    Visiting Phuket Island, Thailand

    5 years ago

    During the recent Labour Day weekend, I made a short trip to Phuket. I have always heard a lot about it and as it is just a short flight from Singapore, it is no hassle at all! And I was not disappointed by the beauty and fun island tours. However,...

  • Visiting Macau: Heritage, Casinos & Pastries
    7

    Visiting Macau: Heritage, Casinos & Pastries

    5 years ago

    From where I stayed on Nathan Road, we walked to China Hong Kong City where we boarded a ferry to Macau. Everything moved like clockwork and we breezed through immigration and took our seats. The ferry was comfortable. However, do bring along a...

  • My Second Visit to Hong Kong: The City That Never Sleeps
    2

    My Second Visit to Hong Kong: The City That Never Sleeps

    5 years ago

    My first visit to Hong Kong was a few years back but during winter. At that time, it was cooling and the temperature hovered around 10 degree Celcius. This time we decided to brave the warm summer and visited in early June. It was definitely much...

  • Top Korean Dramas of 2010
    8

    Top Korean Dramas of 2010

    6 years ago

    2010 has lots to offer in terms of Korean dramas. Lightweights ones which made you laugh and squeal in delight, dramas that made you weep and some which made you think. Here is my list of top 4 for the year 2010. Do note that I did not watch...

  • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Short Trip to Saigon
    9

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Short Trip to Saigon

    5 years ago

    My first impression of Ho Chi Minh City (known to locals as Saigon) was its many,many motorcycles. On my first day in Saigon, I felt that it was hard to cross the streets. As I crossed more and more lanes, I became more and more confident in...

  • Hanoi, Vietnam: 1000 Years of Heritage
    5

    Hanoi, Vietnam: 1000 Years of Heritage

    5 years ago

    Hanoi is well known for its many lakes. One of the most well known would be Hoan Kiem Lake which seems to be the centre of the city. On my first day there, I took my time walking around the lake, venturing off once in a while when something caught...

  • Sentosa Island: Singapore's Top Tourist Destination
    13

    Sentosa Island: Singapore's Top Tourist Destination

    5 years ago

    Singapore offers various attractions for visitors of all ages. Among the most popular tourist attractions, Sentosa Island definitely stands out. It is the place where the locals go to have fun too. Hence, expect a huge crowd particularly on public...

  • Day Out at Marina Bay, Singapore
    3

    Day Out at Marina Bay, Singapore

    5 years ago

    Singapore is often described as a great place to shop, and when shopping is mentioned, Orchard Road is often the first place to come to mind. However, there are many other places to shop and the Marina Bay area is a great place to start. Suntec...

  • Genting Highlands: Hub of Entertainment
    7

    Genting Highlands: Hub of Entertainment

    4 years ago

    Genting Highlands Resort is an all-in-one entertainment and tourism hub situated in Pahang. However, it is just a short one hour bus ride from Malaysia's capital city, Kuala Lumpur. It is also easily accesible from Ipoh within 3 hours. There are...

  • Shopping in Singapore: Orchard Road
    2

    Shopping in Singapore: Orchard Road

    5 years ago

    Singapore is well-known among tourists as a great place to shop. It may not offer the best bargains in terms of price, but it definitely stands out for providing shoppers with great variety and high comfort level as they shop. For such a small...

  • Natural Attractions in Korea
    14

    Natural Attractions in Korea

    5 years ago

    Before going to Korea, I did not know that the country is made up of about 70% to 80% of mountainous area. This became more and more obvious as I explored South Korea. During my one week trip, I visited Mount Sorak National Park, which is one of the...

  • Seoul: Visit Again and Again
    4

    Seoul: Visit Again and Again

    7 years ago

    Seoul is a vibrant city located in South Korea, one of the most developed Asian countries. I made my first visit to the city in 2010 and ever since my first visit, I have fallen in love with the city. I only had the opportunity to make a short visit...

  • Learning More About Korea’s History and Culture
    2

    Learning More About Korea’s History and Culture

    7 years ago

    Within Seoul there are many palaces. I chose to visit Gyeongbok Palace (or Gyeongbokgung) which was first constructed in 1395 and is also the biggest in size. Today, the palace we see is different from the original built as it was...

  • Fun Day Out at Everland, Korea
    0

    Fun Day Out at Everland, Korea

    7 years ago

    Everland is one of Korea’s famous theme parks. It is huge and is divided into sections according to different themes. Close to Everland is another water theme park called Caribbean Bay which uses boy band 2PM and girl band Girl’s Generation (or...

  • Eating in Korea
    18

    Eating in Korea

    4 years ago

    When eating in Korea, kimchi is a must. You will see it served at every meal. Besides kimchi, it is common to see many other side dishes served with your main meal. While in Korea, I had the opportunity to try various local dishes. I also had the...

  • Jeju Island: Korea’s Top Tourist Destination
    11

    Jeju Island: Korea’s Top Tourist Destination

    7 years ago

    Jeju Island is Korea’s most famous local honeymoon destination and can be considered as Korea’s equivalent of Hawaii. It takes only one hour by flight from Seoul to Jeju Island. It is also frequently visited by foreign tourists particularly...

  • Shopping in Korea
    5

    Shopping in Korea

    5 years ago

    Although Korea is the most expensive Asian country I’ve traveled to, this does not mean that there are no bargains to be found. In fact, Korea has lots to offer in terms of shopping places. Firstly, in Seoul, there are the famous markets of...

  • Older Women, Younger Men: In Asian Dramas
    30

    Older Women, Younger Men: In Asian Dramas

    4 years ago

    In Asian dramas it is more common to see the usual older man-younger woman pairing. However, in recent years we see more dramas doing the opposite!

  • Vivocity: Singapore's Family-Friendly Mall
    4

    Vivocity: Singapore's Family-Friendly Mall

    5 years ago

    Within Singapore, there are many shopping malls and of course, the world-renowned Orchard Road. However, Vivocity stands out as a shopping centre which caters to the whole family. There are a variety of shops here selling women’s clothes, men’s...

  • How To Learn A Foreign Language: Top 5 Tips For A Beginner
    2

    How To Learn A Foreign Language: Top 5 Tips For A Beginner

    5 years ago

    Firstly, try to search for a friend who knows the language. If there is no one, then it is best to search for a tutor who charges affordable rates for weekly language tuition. The purpose of searching for a person who understands the language is...

  • Top 5 Favourite Cities I've Travelled To
    8

    Top 5 Favourite Cities I've Travelled To

    5 years ago

    Florence is stunningly beautiful, both in the day and night. In fact, I would definitely recommend using Florence as a base to visit other nearby places such as Pisa or Sienna. Due to its heritage status, most parts of the city are only restricted...

  • Cameron Highlands: Top Tourist Destination in Malaysia
    8

    Cameron Highlands: Top Tourist Destination in Malaysia

    6 years ago

    It is easy to get to Cameron Highlands from Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh. To Malaysians, it is a great place for a short trip as they can enjoy a break from the hot weather in other parts of Malaysia, Moreover, it is the best place to taste strawberries...

  • My Favourite Animation Movies
    8

    My Favourite Animation Movies

    5 years ago

    In 2009, Up was one of the best movies ever. Although it is an animation film, adults and children alike will love this movie. The movie tells of an old man, Carl, who finally decides to set off to South America to fulfill his and his wife's dream....

  • Five Things to do in Hong Kong
    15

    Five Things to do in Hong Kong

    6 years ago

    Hong Kong is widely known as a shopping haven. It has many huge malls like Times Square which offers a one stop offering of clothes, restaurants and entertainment. On the other hand, Hong Kong also has various markets worth visiting. In the day,...

  • Attractions in Singapore
    6

    Attractions in Singapore

    5 years ago

    Singapore is affectionately known as the little red dot. Despite its small size, Singapore has many attractions to offer to different groups of tourists. First off, Singapore is a great place to shop. Prices vary depending on the shopping areas....

  • Five Air Travel Tips For the First Time Flyer
    2

    Five Air Travel Tips For the First Time Flyer

    7 years ago

    As it is your first time flying, do ensure that there are no errors in your booking. Check for names (accurate spelling), dates you are flying, the time and so on. If there is more than one airport in your area, also ensure you know which airport...

  • Top 3 Korean Dramas in 2009
    30

    Top 3 Korean Dramas in 2009

    6 years ago

    Every year, many Korean dramas are produced. For the year 2009, three dramas captured my attention. At third place is "Shining Inheritance" (also known as Brilliant Legacy) starring Lee Seung Gi and Han Hyo Joo. The drama revolves around Han Hyo...

  • Parco Marina Bay: Supporting Singapore Designers
    2

    Parco Marina Bay: Supporting Singapore Designers

    4 years ago

    Unfortunately, as of Feb 2014, Parco Marina Bay has closed.

  • 4 Tips on How to Choose a Career
    4

    4 Tips on How to Choose a Career

    4 years ago

    For those who are clueless on what to do upon graduating, first, you should conduct research to find out about the many industries which exist. Research can be done on the Internet through search engines like Google or through social networking...

  • My memory of Thailand: Many Pictures
    2

    My memory of Thailand: Many Pictures

    5 years ago

    In March 2010, I visited Thailand for the first time. I was there with my mother and our first stop in Thailand was Chiang Mai. From there, we took a sleeper train to Bangkok. The ride took about 15 hours due to a 2 hour delay. However, the ride was...

  • Visiting Thailand: 4 Days in Bangkok
    8

    Visiting Thailand: 4 Days in Bangkok

    5 years ago

    Once we had arrived by sleeper train from Chiang Mai, we took a taxi from the Hualamphong train station to our hotel, S2S Boutique resort. Initially, we planned to head straight to Platinum Mall as we had heard there were lots of bargains there....

  • Visiting Thailand: 3 Days in Chiang Mai
    10

    Visiting Thailand: 3 Days in Chiang Mai

    5 years ago

    Upon arriving at the Chiang Mai International Airport, we proceeded to buy a taxi coupon for 50 Baht. Then, we took the designated taxi to our hotel, New Mitrapap Hotel (fare by meter). After checking in, we decided to explore the nearby Warorot...

  • Fun Games to Play On a Journey
    2

    Fun Games to Play On a Journey

    4 years ago

    When travelling, it is common for us to take a long trip. Sometimes it is on a bus, at times on a flight and even on the train at some locations. These journeys could easily take from 2 to more than 12 hours. During these long journeys, all you...

  • Christmas: When Family and Friends Gather
    6

    Christmas: When Family and Friends Gather

    6 years ago

    Christmas has always been the best time for me to meet up with my family and friends. Although I live in a country with no snow, this festive season is still my favorite time of the year. No snowman or burning logs are needed to make Christmas more...

  • Traveling from Singapore to Malaysia
    18

    Traveling from Singapore to Malaysia

    4 years ago

    From Singapore, many airlines fly to Malaysia's airports, particularly to cities like Kuala Lumpur (the capital of Malaysia) and to the state of Penang. Flights to smaller cities like Ipoh are more restricted and is only served by one airline,...

  • 7 Tips to Score A for Exams
    25

    7 Tips to Score A for Exams

    4 years ago

    It is almost impossible to score A or do well in exams unless you are prepared. Different people have different studying styles. However, there are some methods to do well which I personally have used to perform well at school. Do not be like Mr...

  • Visiting Bali
    16

    Visiting Bali

    5 years ago

    Bali is well-known among visitors to Asia. It is a place which offers a variety of activities for those seeking a luxurious holiday, a simple holiday or something in between. For those who wish to bask in luxury and have more privacy, you can...

  • My trip to Perth and SouthWest Australia
    0

    My trip to Perth and SouthWest Australia

    4 years ago

    The Perth city centre itself is not very big. However, there are some not-to-be-missed sights which every traveller should visit. When I was there recently in December 2009, i visited these places: 1. Perth Mint The Perth Mint has a long history...

  • Visiting Penang, Malaysia: UNESCO Heritage Site and Food Haven
    4

    Visiting Penang, Malaysia: UNESCO Heritage Site and Food Haven

    5 years ago

    In 2008, Malacca and Georgetown (Penang) was added to UNESCO's World Heritage List. Penang Island itself has many well-preserved heritage buildings. These include the Khoo Kongsi and the Cheong Fatt Sze Mansion. In recent times, the Cheong Fatt Sze...

  • Off The Beaten Path: Kuala Sepetang, Malaysia
    18

    Off The Beaten Path: Kuala Sepetang, Malaysia

    4 years ago

    Kuala Sepetang is about an hour from Ipoh, and very close to another charming town, Taiping. Kuala Sepetang is well known for several things. Firstly, it is the place to go to to see mangroves. There is a well-kept mangrove area, the Matang...

  • My Impressions of China: Beijing, The Capital City
    3

    My Impressions of China: Beijing, The Capital City

    5 years ago

    Beijing is a special place in China as it is the place where a lot of historical events have happened. However, when I visited Beijing during the winter of 2008, I was marveling at not only the heritage but also the vast improvement in the standards...

  • Off The Beaten Path: Visiting Kedah, Malaysia
    0

    Off The Beaten Path: Visiting Kedah, Malaysia

    5 years ago

    On our bus ride to Kedah, we had the opportunity to enjoy beautiful sceneries such as the picture taken at the Gurun Rest Area. When we arrived in Kedah, our first stop was the Jati Rice Mill. There, we had the opportunity to learn more about...

  • Travelling to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
    2

    Travelling to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

    5 years ago

    In December 2008, I travelled with my mother to visit Sabah for the first time. It was a truly amazing trip. We had various experiences and the entire trip was a good mix. As I felt that my itinerary was pretty good, I would like to share my...

  • Why Learn Music?
    0

    Why Learn Music?

    6 years ago

    1. Improve IQ Many studies have been done to prove the links between music and IQ. Studies have shown that music can improve memory and concentration. Although some tests have been inconclusive, but the fact that music has on average been proven...

  • Why study Economics?
    0

    Why study Economics?

    4 years ago

    1. Gain Analytical Skills By studying Economics, you will gain analytical skills. As you move on towards more advanced courses, you will be forced to consider why a certain economic event is happening? What are the causes? What led to this...

  • Why study accounting?
    9

    Why study accounting?

    7 years ago

    1. Professional Qualification Accounting is a professional qualification which will allow you to work as an accountant once you graduate. Besides being an accountant, the qualification is also useful if you are interested in career in Finance,...

  • The best and worst things about being a college student?
    13

    The best and worst things about being a college student?

    4 years ago

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  • My impressions of China: Suzhou and Hangzhou
    4

    My impressions of China: Suzhou and Hangzhou

    5 years ago

    Suzhou is well-known for beautiful girls (like Carina Lau the actress) and also for its silk products. On a tour to China, I visited Suzhou and saw the process of making silk. The end products are really good especially the silk blankets. Do you...

  • Off the Beaten Path: Exploring Pulau Ubin, Singapore
    2

    Off the Beaten Path: Exploring Pulau Ubin, Singapore

    5 years ago

    When most people think of Singapore, they think of skyscrapers, huge malls and cold air-conditioning. However, there is another side to Singapore. Pulau Ubin is an island located on the east of Singapore. It is near the Changi airport and can be...

  • Off the Beaten Path: Ipoh, Malaysia
    2

    Off the Beaten Path: Ipoh, Malaysia

    5 years ago

    Since coming to Singapore, I have not been able to go back often to my hometown, Ipoh. Whenever I mention that I come from Ipoh, the first thing people say....Ipoh horfun!! That's definitely no surprise as Ipoh's horfun is really the best I've...

  • Off the Beaten Path: Visiting Pulau Ketam, Malaysia
    0

    Off the Beaten Path: Visiting Pulau Ketam, Malaysia

    5 years ago

    There are many reasons why people travel. For me, one of my reasons is to have unique experiences which I would not have gotten if I had not traveled. And by traveling, one does not have to go far. In fact, this (blur) picture taken using my...

  • My Sister's Keeper: Books that made me.....
    4

    My Sister's Keeper: Books that made me.....

    6 years ago

    Recently, there was a movie called My Sister's Keeper. When I realised that it was based on a book by Jodi Picoult I went to the library to search for it. As expected, the book did not disappoint me. It had all the drama that I expected and most...

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