June 8, 2016

#CityAdventures Beginner’s Guide to Shanghai

Visitors to China have an enduring love for Shanghai. China’s most modern and ‘westernised’ city (with the possible exception of Hong Kong), dynamic and cosmopolitan Shanghai is often liked to China on training-wheels: the charm and culture of China mixed […]
May 16, 2016

Have You Been to Indonesia Yet? You Should!

Why Indonesia Should be Your Next Holiday Destination Indonesia is still a mysterious place to me. Understandably so, I’ve only seen a small part of this diverse country. Only 9 islands out of 17,000! It’s one of the places where […]
May 14, 2016

The Eight Elephants and Dreaming Dragons

This wasn’t my first visit to Eight Elephants Hostel. Six years ago, during Chinese New Year, I traveled to Taipei alone. I think this was one of the only hostels I could find in Taipei. I landed in rainy Taipei […]
May 13, 2016

Yehliu Geopark: The Queen’s Head, Fairy’s Shoe, and More

Looking like a brush stroke of a Chinese calligraphy, an island of Taiwan is packed with interesting geological features. That’s the reason how we could soak in the mineral-rich hot springs anywhere in the country. The coastlines look dramatic, like […]
May 5, 2016

My Funny Taipei

Coincidence. Serendipity. And then some. During the few days I recently spent in Taipei, I’ve encountered a few head scratchers. It’s not really about cultural differences; it’s more like discovering interesting items that I never thought I’d see. Here are […]
May 4, 2016

Beitou Hot Springs: Taipei’s Urban Heaven

Is there a better way to spend an afternoon than soaking in a natural hot spring? Well, there might be but this is pretty hard to beat. Even before buying a flight ticket to Taipei, I got excited about the […]
March 25, 2016

Tokyo in Photos

My First Encounter with Tokyo It was my first time visiting Tokyo. Japan is one of those places that is so close (from Korea) and yet so far. I’ve visited southern parts of the country when I was in university […]
March 21, 2016
Late autumn in Seoul

Why You Should Travel Korea with Me

Always wanted to travel to Korea? This is your chance! Surprise! We talked about this for years, but only now have we finally made an itinerary. I’m leading a Korea tour! I discovered my passion for showing the real Korea […]
March 4, 2016

Glorious Malaysian Food

Do you like Malaysian Food? Me too. Look at these photos, how can I not? Malaysia is a complex country. There’s the religion, history with the indigenous tribes, palm oil and the rainforest, history of immigrants, politics, and many more […]
March 1, 2016

Independence Movement Day (Samiljeol) and Yoo Kwan-soon

Independence Movement Day (Samiljeol) of Korea Today, the first day of March is the Independence Movement Day in Korea. We call it Samiljeol (Three One Day) in Korean. This is the day to remember an important day of our history […]
December 18, 2015

Culinary Delights of Japan: The Big Three

What to eat in Japan? Japan is known for many things: the polite attitude of people, diverse landscapes, anime, and also the complex history between my home country. But for three days in Tokyo, I got to experience arguably the […]
April 13, 2015
Juno and Stephen Wedding Photo

The Complete Guide to Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony

The Complete Guide to Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony Korean traditional wedding ceremony is full of colors and excitements. Fifty and some shades of colors in the traditional house’s courtyard and traditional live music have a power to make you dance […]