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Under construction photos of man-made super trees and conservatory buildings at Singapore Gardens by the Bay taken from the Singapore Flyer. Singapore Gardens by the Bay shaping up Concrete and Metal Woodland Garden conservatory View from ground level
Land excursion part of our tour to Merdeka Square and surrounding historic buildings in the old district of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Views aboard the bus Klang river wall lined with artistic graffiti Old KL Railway Building White towers Malayan Railway A
Our Singapore to Manila flight via Airphil Express. I was excited to transit through the Changi International Airport, this time, as a departing passenger. Not only was it beautiful, it was efficient as well. I was happy I got to experience another par
I finally got to indulge in local food during our Singapore and Malaysia cruise. Here are photos of celebrated local food we sampled. Hainanese Chicken Rice Hawker stall in Singapore Food trail hawker stalls at the Singapore Flyer Hawker fare at Singap
Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are two cities in Asia known for its multi-cultural diversity. Not only will visitors expect a convergence of different cultures in the region, the two cities also present a contrast between the Orient and the Weste
Since my first visit to Mindanao barely a year ago, I’ve found myself back in this southern island for the fourth time now. I love how different it feels wandering through its city streets and exploring its lush countrysides. The opening of new direct
The top destination on my eight week summer escapade in Luzon was none other than Calaguas Island in Camarines Norte. I was so intrigued by Calaguas after reading so many interesting posts by other bloggers, who’ve claimed that Calaguas’ long white san
So what’s with the deal with the 2 + 6 days? My trip to Zambales last summer was divided into two parts. The first part was a two day visit to Anawangin Cove, Zambales and the second was a longer six day trip to Nagsasa Cove, other areas of Zambales Pr
Last summer, I spent eight weeks on a series of short trips across Luzon. I called Manila my new home and each week I’d go out to visit particular places near Manila that I’ve always wanted to see but never got the chance before. I guess the reason was
I’ve finally embarked on my first major climb, a traverse of Mt. Pulag, the highest peak of Luzon Island and the Philippines’ third highest mountain. The summit climb in itself was already a major physical “beating” but I just couldn’t pass off seeing

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