Bali, an island whose name is almost synonymous to "paradise" to a lot of Indonesians that I know. Also the most-visited destination in Indonesia by foreigners, Aussies mainly. I was really excited for my second "solo" trip. The apostrophes are there because, upon booking my flight to Bali, my cousin Christi, LINE'd me to inform … Continue reading Arrival in Ubud; an unplanned early dinner.
Finally!! I got a 1-week break next week. And my destination this time is Bali! Woohoo. Going solo again and even more excited than before. Can't wait for the many adventures that await me. I knew the dates of my break about 2 months back, but I had to wait for some a job interview … Continue reading Next Stop: Bali, Island of the Gods!
Juwangsan (or Juwang mountain) is located in Gyeongsanbuk-do in the South East of S. Korea. It is not really popular as compared to Seoraksan which I climbed just a week before Juwangsan (Click here to read about my trip to Seoraksan). In fact, Hyunwoo (my high school classmate who is Korean) hasn't even heard of … Continue reading Climbing Juwangsan (주왕산), a mountain off the beaten track
During my stay in South Korea (I still have 2 more days Gosh time flies), I tried a whole bunch of different kinds of accomodation. But 2 of them I would like to highlight, is Air BnB and Couchsurfing. Couchsurfing. I couchsurfed in Daegu, South Korea. Couchsurfing is an online platform where people all over … Continue reading Air BnB & Couchsurfing
On my 4th Day in South Korea, I climbed Seoraksan, Korea's most popular mountain. I was supposed to climb it on Monday (My 3rd day) day with Hongwei and Hyunwoo, but the weather was bad then, so we decided to move it to Tuesday. But Hyunwoo had something on on Tuesday until 4pm, so he … Continue reading Climbing Ulsanbawi (울산바외) of Seoraksan (설악산) in South Korea
So here is my first post on the trip to South Korea I embarked on on 17 April 2015. Yay. Here goes. When I was plannig my Korea trip, I read a lot of people advising to go to Jimjilbangs. A Jimjilbang is a Korean traditional bath-house/sauna that can be found widely across Seoul and … Continue reading My first Jimjilbang (찜질방) experience
So, since October last year, I have become a Singapore citizen and has obtained a Singaporean Passport (Yay!) I am elated about this, because according to the "Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index", Singaporeans can travel to 170 countries (Out of 192 countries in the UN, If I recall correctly) without the need to apply … Continue reading Red Passport, Green Flag