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Damnoen Saduak Floating Market for first timers

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market is the most famous and touristy floating market in Thailand. It is located in the province of Ratchaburi which is 80kms west of Bangkok and can be reached in less than 2 hours drive. // read more

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Amusement Park or Nature Park? Coney Island – Singapore

When you hear people talk about Coney Island, first thing that comes to mind is amusement park – rides, cotton candy, flavored soda and character balloons.  On the contrary, Singapore’s very own Coney Island, located in the northeastern coast, is a quiet nature park. It is also known as Pulau Serangoon. // read more

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Cruise along the River of Kings – Bangkok, Thailand

In the heart of Thailand’s megalopolis, Bangkok, lies the Chao Praya River a.k.a “The River of Kings”. Cargo vessels and barges, up to this day, thrive this river to bring in produce from the provinces and other products that fuel the industry. Each day thousands of locals use the passenger ferries to get on with their daily commute. With its rich history and significance to Thai’s everyday lives, Chao Praya River is often called the city’s lifeblood. // read more

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Side Trip to Nara Park – Nara, Japan

Since we have extra time before we head back to Tokyo from Osaka, we decided to visit Nara. It’s a breather from all the cherry blossom sightseeing we’ve been mainly doing for the past days. It was a breezy 60 minutes rapid train ride and about a few meters from the train station is Nara Park.

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Garden of the Morning Calm – Gapyeong, South Korea

Whenever I reminisce our previous trip to South Korea, the first place that comes to mind is Garden of the Morning Calm. This place is not initially in our itinerary as we thought it’s just garden with the usual flowers and nothing extra ordinary. But since we are already in the area and we have extra time after we explored Nami Island, why not give it a go.

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Red Dot Design Museum – Singapore

I always look forward to weekends – I’m sure everybody too! With the current haze situation here in Singapore, I am bound to stay at home. However, just thinking of being contained indoors on a weekend makes me sad (doing the puss in boots look he he he). Well, I guess it’s the best time to explore this city’s museums.

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Persia Grill – Paranaque City, Philippines

I’m always a big fan of anything spicy, flavorful and fresh. When my palate craves for such, it has to be Greek or Persian! Tonight’s situation is far more serious than cravings. I need comfort. It wasn’t a bad day until I spent 2 hours queuing at the shuttle terminal. // read more

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Nirwana Resort Hotel – Bintan, Indonesia

I don’t know why for some reason, I always make time to celebrate my birthday. I feel like of all the days of the year this is the best time to give in to all my wants and not thinking if it’s even necessary. Oh well, anyway birthdays only come once a year.

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Manna Bakery & Cafe – Paranaque City, Philippines

It’s been a while since I spent quality time with my bff and today’s a rare chance. No third wheeling boyfriend (sorry, Alwin!) or other appointments and it’s a holiday. So for our catching up session, we decided to dine somewhere quiet and comfortable for lengthy talks, serves delicious food and of course, good coffee. If you’re at SM BF, one of the cafes that fits in the criteria is – Manna Bakery & Cafe.

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Pulau Ubin, A Nature Respite – Singapore

We sometimes get tired of the city specially when we both work and live there. But this isn’t the case for Singapore, they have several beautiful respite for their city dwellers. One of them is Pulau Ubin, a small island in the north east side, of which the name literally means ‘Granite Island’ in Malay.

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