How To Actually Roadtrip without a Hitch in Australia

Many talk about driving The Big Lap when travelling to Australia. Also known as Highway 1, which skirts the entirety of Australia at a whopping 14,935 kilometres long. You need 3 weeks to a month to finish driving it. But for this post I will be covering a mini version of The Big Lap. Lets…

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Roughing It Out In The Grampians, Australia

I'm writing this now 2 days after I arrived back in Kuala Lumpur. In fact, I meant to be back 3 days ago (12th October) but I missed my return flight. There's really no other explanation other than I totally neglected the date and time. Perhaps, the strong inertia from living out in a tent for…

#AskMeAnything Series – Branding With Instagram

In my last #AskMeAnything Series, I talked about travel, social media, email marketing and ice hockey. I chose these topics because they are some of the many things I have deep interest and understanding in. Since the session went well, I decided to host my second AMA event. This time, I wanted the session to…

Loving Mellow Okinawa

My trip to Okinawa was rather on a whim, and I wasn't planning on visiting Japan in the next two years or so. I guess sometimes plans we make tend to have a mind of its own. I knew after my last trip to Phuket, I would be traveling again and it didn't matter where the next…

Go On A Travel Filmmaking Adventure to India

This post contains affiliate links, which means if you click on any of the product links I will receive a referral fee.  Calling All Filmmakers! As some of you may know, I've been in partnership with World Nomads for some time now. And as part of my efforts in bringing awareness to travellers about travel insurance,…

Chugging Fresh Milk In Negeri Sembilan

 Milk. Milk the movie? Cow milk? Milkyway? However you want to define it, is entirely up to you. I for one, define it as my go to breakfast fix, the in between meal filler and my bedtime binge. Last February, as I was having lunch in the kitchen at home, my mum came in and started…

Okinawa: Castles, Cafes & Sunsets

I had two weeks, a backpack, my lappy (laptop) and a tummy that is quick to empty. I wouldn't want me to get hangry. While exploring Okinawa and it's scenic island charm, I can't help but to indulge my taste buds in local cafes, enchanting bakeries, restaurants and feast my imaginations with castle ruins. Here…

Finding Muse At Suien Bakery

I'm a huge fan of coffee. I usually don't mind my coffee flavoured. It can be flavoured with vanilla, caramel, coconut, just as long as it adds a sweet taste to my coffee and I'm all good. A friend of mine suggested that we drop by this bakery and it was partly due to the…

6 Arabian Wonder You Wish You Can Visit

Saudi Arabia is a fascinating country, rich in Islamic history and is one country that is less likely to scream tourism. It's just how it is in Saudi Arabia. Do you think you will ever get to visit the Arabian wonders you might have heard of from a Muslim friend or two? Well, if you are…

8 Natural Sites To Visit In North Island, New Zealand

The best time to visit North Island, New Zealand is during Summer. Summer usually starts in December all through February. And since New Zealand have loads of scenic views and natural sites, these 8 sites I share below, are sure to make the perfect road trip. 1. Glowing Worms Waitomo Cave is a 100 years old and is…

2 RIVERS: Kaituna & Sungai Padas

KAITUNA RIVER Kaituna River was used as New Zealand's first power station plant in 1901 - 1936. Today it is a world famous destination for kayaking and white water rafting in the Bay of Plenty region in the Northern Island of New Zealand. The picture above shows we're about to drop at The Weir, one…

4 DAYS IN KOTA KINABALU

Got "Red Deuter" and my RM 39 hat. I don't really need much. "Red Deuter" was a blast to travel with, because it allows me to pack the essentials I need all at one go. I purchased "Red Deuter" here in Malaysia. Initially I intended to purchase a bigger pack in amazon.com but was running out…