Bangkok has become one of the major shopping destination in South East Asia. Whenever I’m there, I couldn’t resist to shop for knick-knacks and beyond. How can I not? Where ever I look, there are bound to be shops, street carts, and well you guessed it, shopping malls. It is definitely not a bad thing,… Read More Shopping & Bangkok
I have been on many different boats and ships in my life and I loved every single one of them. From a rusty fisherman boat in Pulau Seribu and Bunaken, speed boat in the jungle of Sebangau National Park in Central Kalimantan, narrow motor boat on the shallow Krueng Sabee river in Aceh, water taxi… Read More Boating in a Mangrove Forest
Honestly, I guess I’m not the right person to be writing this. I’m what you might consider as a Chionophile (if that’s even a real word) or someone who thrive in winter conditions. I guess back in the days, it was an ultimate dream of mine to live in a tropical island, but it make a… Read More A Short Trip To The Tropics!
One of the things that we love here in Le Sac Perdu HQ is taking a ride on a funicular. Why is that? I guess the answer would be Why Not 🙂 And that is exactly what happened during my petit voyage in Penang just a while back. I simply could not resist when one of the… Read More Another Ride Up!
When someone loves to travel, that person would realize that traveling can be a life changing experience. Many of them do not happen solely by visiting a new place, but it can be because we ate something so out of this world that it changes the way we see the world. OK, maybe that would… Read More The Joy Of The Unknown
A walk in Seoul can never be ordinary. That day I went to visit Seoul N Tower (also known as the YTN Tower or Namsan Tower, located in central Seoul way up in the Namsan mountain). It’s just one of those place that somehow is totally different from the rest of the city. Since it’s trying… Read More Locks Of Love
I don’t know whether it is a hidden gem or not? But when I was there, not many tourists are around. Which actually a good thing, after 4 days of full touristy activities in the whole of Seoul. OK, so the place I’m talking about is Provence. (Yes you read it right, there is Provence in… Read More Provence En Corée
After a typhoon that happened the day prior, I decided to go to Shibuya on a fine summer day. I took a train and can easily maneuver myself to my destination. As many know, Shibuya is the home for the Meiji Shrine. A shrine dedicated for Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shoken. It’s such… Read More Komodaru at the Meiji Shrine
Mt. Fuji Melon Bread. Crispy surface, soft inside, and just a dash of cocoa powder & sugar
It’s funny how you can be in 2 place at once (I know that it’s not possible in the real world!!). But, surely it didn’t stop me from feeling like being in London although I’m in Korea. Yes you read it right! There’s a bit of England just outside Seoul. Arriving in the Gyeonggi Do… Read More A Bit Of England