Malaysia


09:20 07/07/2013 Our eyes jut out in disbelief of what we just saw. An old fort with crumbling bricks and dingy cannons. Fort Cornwallis looks odd and stale but somehow it gave us that “historical” fervor feeling. If you’ve ardent reader of this blog, you know our proclivity when it comes to […]

Penang Trip: Fort Cornwallis


13:15 07/07/2013 After satiating our longing for Char Koay Teow at Lorong Selamat. Our friend Doc Gelo and his son Gabby lead us to Jalan Burma. Joining us to visit  two of the most revered Buddhist temples on the island of Penang. We set foot first in Dhammikarama, the oldest and […]

Penang Trip: Dhammikarama Burmese Temple




10:40 07/07/2013 After our historical jaunt concluded at Jubilee clock tower. We’d walk towards the Logan Heritage building swerving from dozens of paired participants racing on an event. It was some sort of Amazing Race version in Penang style. Looking at their puzzled faces, we can tell they’d some challenges interpreting […]

Penang Trip: Heritage Walk and Street Arts






Ever listened to a conversation among tourists? Well, it soon becomes clear that the one with the ‘most local experience’ has the upper hand. Seemingly, in an age of many-to-many connections, booking a mass-organized tour is not ranking top of a traveller’s bucket list anymore. It appears that people worldwide […]

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17:30 06/07/2013  Cold wind blows brushed off our dermis. Which amplified the chills coming after a quick shower affair in our temporary abode. Abrupt shivers tells something wasn’t right. We ran to the terrace, look up into the sky. Damn, a  dark grey clouds began to form. A clear sign of  an impending […]

Penang Trip: Kek Lok Si Temple



Travels Snaps: Features our best photos of iconic places that we visit during our previous travel. It’s a recollection of unforgettable snaps and story behind it. Sultan Abdul Samad Building ( Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad), a century old Mughal architecture designed structure topped with glistening Copper dome and 40M high functional […]

Travel Snaps: Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


You are searching the web, typing How to go to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from Singapore the cheapest way (bus). You landed into this blog! Congratulations, you’re in the right place, pat in the back. There are multiple ways on how to go to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from Singapore. It could […]

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15:00 06/07/2013 “Don’t worry about a thing, ‘Cause every little thing gonna be all right. “Cantillating Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds while booking our accommodation through Agoda, fortnights prior our trip. We envisage of overflowing rhum, dreadlocks, rasta colors dominating everywhere while listening reggae music non stop. Hey, what the heck, aren’t we  going […]

Temporary Abode: Reggae Penang Lovelane Hostel, Georgetown Penang Malaysia




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Travels Snaps: Features our best photos of iconic places that we visit during our previous travel. It’s a recollection of unforgettable snaps and story behind it. Looking at it from a distance, one could  mistakenly identify it as  Mosque, like we did. Later we realize,  it’s actually Malaysia’s Palace of Justice […]

Travel Snaps: Istana Kehakiman, Putrajaya Federal Territory of Malaysia







06:50 06/07/2013 After so many failed attempts to visit Penang from last year. Finally, we set foot on Melaka’s historical sister city, Georgetown, Penang. Big achievement for us.  This wouldn’t be possible if we didn’t plan ahead of time. Like  filing one day leave in advance, reserving an accommodation and overbooking […]

Penang Trip: An Overview