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How To Apply For A Myanmar Visa For Malaysians

Once a closed up country, Myanmar has transformed into a hot tourist spot, and the number of tour buses will continue to increase with much thanks to Lonely Planet naming it one of the top travel destinations for 2017.

Lost In Translation: One Confusing Afternoon In Yangon

“The wind blows from North to South!”

“The wind blows from North to South.”

The Truth Is, I Didn’t Love Travelling China

I have a problem with travelling, it’s never enough. One month in the Middle East left me wanting more, four months in the US was too short and nine months in New Zealand should’ve lasted nine more.

But three weeks in southern China? Too damn freaking long. I left the country disenchanted, fatigued, and desperate for home.

Lost On A Long Bus Ride

When I was a young girl, I’d catch moments of mom getting lost in her own thoughts. Sometimes while she drank her coffee or methodically ate her dinner, her eyebrows would scrunch up to form a little hill between her eyes. I could see the gears turning in her head; she drifts off into the distance.

Make Brunei Your Next Dive Trip: Everything You Need To Know

“You went diving in Brunei?” was the most common reaction people gifted me after finding out what I did over the long weekend.

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A Very Honest Overview Of Travelling ‘Boring’ Brunei

Everyone tells me Brunei is boring. Really? I wanted to find out for myself. It was a 4-days-3-nights spontaneous decision to heed the call of #DiscoverBrunei and enter what Brunei Tourism calls the “Kingdom of Unexpected Treasures”. 

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Why I Chose To Return To Malaysia When I Had My Dream Life Overseas

Dear Malaysia,

Can you believe that after seven months since my return to you, people are still asking me why I came back? Just last week at breakfast an auntie asked me “Why don’t you continue working there? Malaysia economy and politic is so bad now, stay in New Zealand better.”

The Unexpected Reason David Wu Cycled 4,000km From Kedah To China

When I first heard about David Wu’s 4,000km cycling expedition from Kedah to China, I thought it would be a story of a man discovering his home. ‘This would be an article of a lost man finding where he truly belonged’, I thought as I get ready to meet him.

The Difference Between Hiking In New Zealand And Malaysia

“Let’s go hiking in Malaysia!” I pestered my old hiking buddy from my university Trekking Club. A club that had long disintegrated after we left university years ago.