Brunei is known as the wealthiest among the Southeast Asian nation. Blessed with abundant resources of natural gas and oil for a small country that made them as the 5th richest in the world. They’re equal to Singapore Dollar value and the same league as developed country. Despite being […]

Brunei in a nutshell


11:30 05/04/2014 The fifty kilometers travel from Magelang to Yogyakarta was achieved in less than an hour. Our guide Edho willingly demonstrated his Vin Diesel skills. He was adept in maneuvering the SUV and traverse the less taken road going to Prambanan. The narrow road, rice paddies, and salak (snake fruit) […]

Yogyakarta Trip: Prambanan Temple



The rapid urban development in Malacca is wholly undeniable. The once quaint town we had admired had slowly picked up the fast pace of urbanized city like KL. Now, quite a number of hotels had sprouted, that means more choices for tourists.  The Explorer Hotel is one of the many […]

Review: The Explorer Hotel, Melaka Malaysia


A lot of people avoid traveling during the festive season like Chinese New Year. It translates crowd airport, jam packed transportation hubs and the list goes on. It maybe a hurdle to overcome. But for a foreigner, it means holiday, an opportunity to break that monotonous corporate gig. This celebration is observed by […]

5 interesting places in Penang to visit during Chinese ...



Koh Lipe conceals a getaway beach that seems everyone is searching upon. It is facing Koh Adang and situated at the northeastern part of the island. Going here requires some amount of energy, ascending to the hill and descending via Mountain resort before you’ll earn Karma. The boomerang shape sandbar, waving […]

10 Photos to prove, Karma is a beach


Ecstatic! nay shall say static. Both words describe our 2015. Our momentum had ebb. Yes, we slow down a bit on travel blame it to Ringgit decline and to financial commitments. We put on our thinking cap to sort things out and align priorities on top. This doesn’t mean raising […]

2015 Fim de ano



10:00 01/02/2015  The good numbers of a hotel to choose at Kuching made us over overwhelmed. Budget, guesthouse, to a luxurious brand are there. But we narrowed down our search to hotels which are close to downtown and waterfront. It seems Tune won us over again.  The experience was quite consistent as […]

Temporary Abode: Tune Hotels Waterfront Kuching Sarawak, Malaysia


15:00 30/04/2015 “You won’t get lost in here, all roads lead to the walking street”  we heard from a Caucasian guy who chatted the newcomers on the island. Well, there is a truth with that phrase. As literally walking street is the epicenter and hodgepodge of Lipe island. The whole strip […]

Koh Lipe Trip: Walking Street and Lipe at Night



15:00 10/11/2015 Airbnb? Yeah a property owner will rent out their space either as a whole unit or just a room in the airbnb platform. That’s how I understand its concept. It was more like of a couchsurfing that comes with a fee. But actually it was more than that. Staying on a […]

Airbnb Cebu – The First Time


07:50 02/05/2014 Why are these guys wearing long colorful skirts? The first question ran to our mind after been greeted with sweet Mingalabar upon our exit at Yangon airport. The cab driver wears the same attire like everyone else. Along the way we saw Burmese young and old, women but […]

Doning Longyi like a Burmese



18:30 05/12/2015 Sri Petaling earned the reputation as the foodie haven in Klang Valley. We heard so much by word of mouth about restaurants and coffee shops which has good reviews. Since we stayed at H Boutique Hotel situated in this area.  The hotel staff  recommended to drop by at Byhalf […]

Byhalf Cafe, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


14:00 05/12/2015 Where can you find all the famous Malaysian cuisine in one place? A common question thrown to us whenever a friend pass by in KL. Without batting an eye, we say Jalan Alor. But all had change now when we discover Ten Years restaurant, located at the foodie […]

Ten Years, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia



A modern concept boutique hotel enchanted with classic charm. That’s how we define H Boutique Hotel upon our stay. It leaves an impression of euphoria, satisfaction, and ease. This is no coincidence, as this hotel envision the word H as happiness, hope, and home. A total commitment to every guest. Thus […]

Review: H Boutique Hotel, Sri Petaling Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


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. Mendut temple is a typical example of Mahayana Buddhist temple founded in the reign of King Indra during the . Syailendra dynasty.  You can’t missed […]

Travel Snaps: Mendut Temple, Magelang Indonesia



11:00 30/04/2015 A plane ride of  70 minutes from KL to Hatyai Thailand, then another hour plus 45 minutes of land travel from Hatyai to Pak Bara pier. Followed by speedboat ride of two hours from Pak Bara to Koh Lipe and 15 minutes boat transfer from platform to the island. […]

Koh Lipe Trip : An Overview


16:00 04/04/2014 Must try Nasi Gudeg! Countless times we heard this rice dish all throughout Yogyakarta journey whenever we asked locals. Being a foodie, we can’t let pass without sampling this staple food in Jogja. As recommended, we aimed to visit Gudeg Yu Djum touted to be the house of […]

Nasi Gudeg @ Gudeg Yu Djum, Yogyakarta Indonesia



03:40 02/05/2014 We set foot on the ancient city of Bagan on the wee hours with eyes half closed. The bus conductor went on loud outcry waking up everyone to ensure all Bagan bound passengers to disembark. The surrounding was pitched black except for the light coming from the post. […]

Bagan Trip: An Overview


15:45 11/09/2014 We’d live in Cebu for more than three years and considered it as our second home. So we’re bit familiar on the happening spots, places of interest and best area to stay. But that was half a decade ago. Probably things have changed now. The incessant development in […]

Temporary Abode: Tune Hotels ( now Red Planet) Cebu, Philippines



12:50 31/08/2015 Instead of the usual out of the country trip every Merdeka celebration. We skip this year, opted to rest our itchy feet and join the commemoration of Malaysia’s Independence Day. Of course a celebration wouldn’t be complete without a food on the table. So we scouted for a […]

One Chef, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


17:30 01/02/2015 Dark cloud looms the sky threatening our sole activity for this trip. Upon arrival a prelude of thunder greeted us screaming “Monsoon season baby”.  It justifies the moniker of Kuching as the wettest city in Malaysia. This means no dramatic sunset over Kuching river. Sad but not disheartened. Despite […]

Kuching Trip: Sarawak River Cruise