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What To Do In Paris | Paris Travel Guide

When my husband and I went back to England to visit my in-laws, we decided to also go on a short trip to Paris. Took the Eurostar from Ebbsfleet, Kent (โ‚ฌ74 per pax per way) which was nearer to where we were in Essex (South-East of England). The whole journey was about 2 hours 5 […]

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Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Started the day with a hearty brunch at Imbi Market @ ICC Pudu where I ordered two huge servings of chee cheong fun & yong tau foo from Ah Fook Chee Cheong Fun. Spent RM41 just on that, lol. ๐Ÿ˜„ Totally worth it because this is one thing I will fly from SG to KL […]

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Where to stay in KL | The Robertson Residences | Airbnb Kuala Lumpur

Back again in KL for the umpteenth time! I’ve really lost track on the number of times I’ve been here for both business and leisure so coming here again really feels like returning to my second home, lol. This recent trip was a little different because we had my in-laws (who were visiting from the […]

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Getting to Coney Island Singapore (Pulau Serangoon)

I broke my last walking record, woohoo! Actually I still couldn’t believe that I managed to do so because it was my first attempt doing a long-distance walk of more than 20km. By the end of the walk, I actually lost a toe nail (ouch) and had plenty of blisters on the rest of my […]

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Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart – Durian Cheese…mmmm!

There’s no such thing as too much cheese tarts!ย ?ย So sinful but so irresistible. I’ve been a loyal supporter of Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart for a year or so now. Since then, I’ve been buying their cheese tarts whenever I stumble upon an outlet either in Singapore or Malaysia. Still think the tarts from their KL […]

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Bangkok Food Guide – What to eat in Bangkok

What to eat in Bangkok? You may wonder. Thailand may be better known as the Land of Smiles but I’m sure many would agree that it is also the Land of Street Food and the perfect foodie’s paradise. Every trip to Bangkok is always a mouth-watering one. And there is just no reason not to […]

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Bangkok Airport Rail Link – Getting from Central Bangkok to Suvarnabhumi Airport

I don’t know about most of you but to me, I think the hardest thing about travelling is actually going home. Going back to reality. Back to our daily obligations. Back to our usual old routine. When it was time to say goodbye to the Land of Smiles, I still felt kinda sad. Even though […]

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Arunda Oriental Massage on Soi Phetchaburi 15

Besides good food and bargain shopping, I’m sure one other reason that draws many of us to Bangkok regularly is to pamper ourselves with a reinvigorating massage. And it’s just a bonus that massages in Thailand are also relatively inexpensive. Well, in fact, it’s so cheap that we can easily afford to have a massage […]

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Ban Khun Mae Restaurant in Siam Square, Bangkok

On our last night in Bangkok, we opted for a quiet and relaxing sit-down meal in one of our all-time favourite restaurants, Ban Khun Mae. After a week’s worth of street food overload, we just had to have something different. ? Ban Khun Mae is located in Siam Square, just across the road from Som […]

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Big C Supercenter Ratchadamri – What To Buy?

I’m the kind of traveller who likes to head straight to the nearest supermarket upon checking in at the hotel so as to stock up my room with essential supplies like drinking water. It is also kinda fun to explore the supermarket at the same time just to see if there’s any new and interesting […]

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After You Dessert Cafe @ Siam Square One

There’s always room for dessert at After You Dessert Cafe in Bangkok. ? After an enjoyable meal of som tam and fried chicken at Som Tam Nua, we popped over to After You Dessert Cafe that was just a stone’s throw away. I never fail to eat my favourite Thai street foods like moo ping, […]

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Som Tam Nua @ Siam Square Soi 5

Som Tam Nua on Siam Square Soi 5 is one of the most popular places for som tam (green papaya salad) in Bangkok. If you come here during peak meal time, expect to see a huge crowd and/or long queue. The nearest BTS station to Som Tam Nua is Siam. Once you exit Siam station […]

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Exploring Chinatown Bangkok

Beautiful Saturday morning. We took a bus from Siam Square One and headed towards Chinatown where vibrant and colourful streets awaited us. Visiting Chinatown Bangkok has always been a huge highlight of my every trip here because there are so much to see and so much to eat. If you’ve missed out my earlier post […]

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How to get to Chinatown Bangkok (Yaowarat) by bus?

Getting around Bangkok isย relatively easy as most places of interest, shopping malls and eateries are well-connected via an extensiveย transportation network. While transport options are inexpensive, I do like to explore the city on foot which is a good way to exercise (burn more calories to eat more street food later, lol) and experience the vibrant […]

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White Story EmQuartier – For Delicious Butter Toast

After a good lunch and shop atย Terminal 21, we made our way back to the BTS station to catch the train to ourย next stop – Phrom Phong, where The EmQuartier is situated. The EmQuartier is a relatively new high-end, upmarket mall in theย Sukhumvit district of Bangkok. It is located opposite the Emporium, which is another […]

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Terminal 21 Shopping Mall in Bangkok

Terminal 21 is a one floor, one theme shopping complex located on Sukhumvit Road (next to Asok BTS station) which is quite different from other shopping malls in Bangkok because it resembles an airport (hence the name). This mall was launched in late 2011 but I hadn’t had the chance to check it out as […]

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