Must See Shaoxing 1-Day Itinerary

So you're thinking what else to do after all that neon signs and xiao loong baos in Shanghai? lolol. I gotchu bruh. This 1-Day itinerary allows you that sweet, short escape from the bustling city and into the serenity. 1-Day in Shaoxing Summary (Day starts at 12pm in this post) You can cover a couple… Continue reading Must See Shaoxing 1-Day Itinerary

Just when you think a Disney ending doesn’t exist in real life, think again

The month was October and year, 2017. Wendy and I had the time of our lives in Shanghai Disneyland even though I felt pretty ripped off by the tickets and the infamous overpriced fairy tale food. But it was Disney and magical doesn't even suffice to describe my experience. I was brought back to relive… Continue reading Just when you think a Disney ending doesn’t exist in real life, think again

Why you should visit Shanghai Disneyland at least once in your life

Throwback to my magical time at Shanghai Disneyland with one of my besties, Wendy. I still remember us visiting this fairy tale land back in October 2017 during 2 of China's biggest celebrations of the year. National day and Mid-Autumn Festival. Let's also not forget, October is also the month of spooktastic fun - Halloween!… Continue reading Why you should visit Shanghai Disneyland at least once in your life

Photo log: Food I tried in Korea (Pt.3)

Yes, I'm back with even more food :O I always save the best for the last so, welcome to a gallery of the world renowned Korean BBQ *paksu, paksu* A picture is a worth a thousand words, so I'll let my photos speak for itself this time. Welcome to Korean BBQ And you've come to… Continue reading Photo log: Food I tried in Korea (Pt.3)

Photo log: Food I tried in Korea (Pt.2)

Hey, I'm back with more mouth watering, late-night craving photos of food I tried in Seoul 🙂 Both me and my stomach when seoul searching and let's just say, my stomach had better luck than me. So, you ready for a 2am food tour with me?? First, let's start with food from the cafeteria of… Continue reading Photo log: Food I tried in Korea (Pt.2)

Photo log: Food I tried in Korea

Hey there, Here is another photo log from me but be warned, look away if you're hungry because it'll be filled with scrumptious and mouth-watering food ❤ Sorry for the decrease in photo quality because these were taken 2 years ago, with my iPhone SE. >,< Alright, let's feast! Is your stomach grumbling now?? Are… Continue reading Photo log: Food I tried in Korea

Photo log: The three musketeers exploring Penang, Malaysia, 2019

My friends and I decided to head north to Penang from Kuala Lumpur after our final submission because we deserve a hella good break, after 3 years of dedicating our souls to a countless amount of research and writing. I'll elaborate on the places we've visited and hotel that we stayed in another post, so… Continue reading Photo log: The three musketeers exploring Penang, Malaysia, 2019

Photo log: Suzhou in Jiangsu Province, China

All photos are taken by my Panasonic Lumix GF1//14-45mm kit lens and edited on Photoshop Express. I don't think I'll be able to write a full blog post on my travel to Suzhou, China. I didn't write much in my travel diary and have near to nothing to recall except for the scenic landscape. Anyways,… Continue reading Photo log: Suzhou in Jiangsu Province, China

Shaoxing, a city of great literature and fine wine

Shaoxing is often overshadowed by its more glamorous neighbours, Shanghai and Hangzhou. Just like a hidden pearl behind all that shiny neon signs and crazily tall buildings. And the day you discover it, you'd realize that this is a treasure like no other. I visited Shaoxing with Wendy for a quick day trip back in… Continue reading Shaoxing, a city of great literature and fine wine

Travel: Hanoi, Vietnam. Century-old Pagoda & Ho Chih Minh museum (Part 5)

Helloooo, it's meeee~ I'm currently on the other side of the world right now, far far FAAAR away from my home. I'm really pining for the day I get to go back home, settle in my own comfy bed and waking up being able to play my piano whenever I want. (IT WILL COME SOON,… Continue reading Travel: Hanoi, Vietnam. Century-old Pagoda & Ho Chih Minh museum (Part 5)