Ever wonder what else is there to life? What else you can do in life? I did so many times back when I was home. I think I may have answered that hindering questions finally. Travelling is absolutely amazing and exhilarating but it’s not as fulfilling as I thought it was. I loved seeing new… Continue reading Give back (Yellow House KL)
When I started my journey I knew I’ll learn a lot about history, cultures and religions. One thing I didn’t expect was how much I’ll learn to connect to my own roots. I’ve learned to embrace it and make efforts to learn more, practice more conversational Chinese, get more excited to be part of the… Continue reading Back to my roots
Shuffling through the dozens of hostels can be fun but tiring. They are hundreds to choose from depending on your vibe – chill, quiet beach town vibe, solitude haven, artsy creative space, party party and way more. One of the best type of accommodations you should always incorporate into your travels is homestay. It is… Continue reading Homestays are the best
Absolutely fell in love with Vietnam 🇻🇳 The history, the people, the culture, the landscape and may I add… The food! I definitely had no shame in letting go of my inhabitants of being a complete fat ass. I let out my I.F.K. (Inner fat kid) all day, everyday. Vietnam did food so well here.… Continue reading Don’t mess with my food!!
365 days passes in a blink of an eye. It was full of accomplishments, growth, pains and struggles. I’ve learned, I’ve risen, I’ve fallen. For those who know me personally, you probably know the depth of it. In March, I finally quit the corporate life that did not suit me. One that promised so much… Continue reading 2016 in review
Nothing can really prepare you for India. The best thing is to go with an open mind, compassion and loads of patience. My first impression was how dirty the country was – the amount of rubbish, decaying infrastructure, smog and air quality, the amount of strays. I thought I made a mistake coming to India… Continue reading My heart swells for you, India
My plan for this backpacking trip was to travel light and budget friendly. I set a budget for nightly accommodations as well as an overall budget for my 6 or so months of travel. To keep to my accommodations budget, I looked mostly into hostels then airbnb and finally – hotels, home stays, Vilas for… Continue reading My couchsurfing experience