The Killing Field & S21 Prison, who were the targeted victims under the evil man’s regime? Cambodia Phnom Penh Part 2

Part 2 of Cambodia Phnom Penh was more of visiting the outskirt of Phnom Penh, checking out old ruins and countryside of Cambodia. The last portion of part 2 was more of a horrifying one, pay a visit to the Killing fields and the S21 torture prison to learn about Cambodian past. Central Market (Psar …

Cambodia Phnom Penh – Part 1 : Free and Easy and top attractions

Cambodia Phnom Penh Capital city of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, along with Siem Reap and Sihanoukville, are significant global and domestic tourist destinations for Cambodia. This time, I only stayed in Phnom Penh for few days to have a taste of Cambodia. I get to know a little bit of Cambodia from my University friends who …

Club Med Experience Cherating Kuantan Malaysia

Club Med Experience – Cherating Kuantan Malaysia I learn about Club Med from Larry, my ex-colleague.  After hearing his wonderful experience I booked my next vacation destination in Club Med Cherating! Arabian Bay Resort Bukit Gambang Resort City We stayed over in Arabian Bay Resort Bukit Gambang Resort City before going to Club Med Cherating …

Part 3 – Eat, Shop, See in Shanghai

Bicycle Kingdom I discovered there are 3 major rental bikes in Shanghai city, differentiate by their colors, Orange, Yellow and Blue.  Ofo bike refer to the yellow color rental Bike.  The rental is cheaper than Mobike, 0.5 RMB for half an hour whereas Mobike is RMB 1.  China is once known to be bicycle kingdom …

Part 2 -Exploring the ancient and modern side of Shangai in a day

Hutong/胡同 in Shanghai I am more of a country person so Hutong always interest me and I wanted to find out more in the Shanghai Hutong.  I was hoping to capture scene of Shanghai women wearing the qipao walking in the hutong of old Shanghai. Hutong are narrow streets or alleys with old building from …

Part 1- How to get around in Shanghai Free and Easy

Most populous city in the world – Shanghai I have been to China more than 10 times but Shanghai was my first trip! Hearing the word most populous made me scare.  I am more of a country person. It only took us 4.5 hours to reach Shanghai.  The flight served a mini ice-cream for dessert. …

Eastern Europe Day 11 – Kehlsteinhaus, Eagle Nest Germany

Holiday Home for Hilter We only have half a day to play with, so we decided to explore Eagle Nest in Obersalzberg near the town of Berchtesgaden in Germany.  It took roughly about 40 mins to 1 hour to reach Eagle Nest. Eagle Nest was built as a vacation home for Adolf Hitler for his 50th …

Eastern Europe Day 10 – Salzburg, Austria

Sound of Music – Salzburg, Austria Farewell to Schonbrunn Palace Vienna to Salzburg still within Austria took us about 3 hours drive.  When we were in the Vienna freeway to Salzburg, we could still see the Summer Palace -Schonbrunn from afar.  Goodbye Schonbrunn Palace! Alpine Surroundings Salzburg is renowned for its scenic Alpine surroundings.  We …

Eastern Europe Day 9 – Vienna, Austria

Fairty tale city of Vienna, Austria Budapest to Vienna took us about 2-3 hours drive. Schonbrunn Palace – Unesco Site Schonbrunn Palace is one of Austria’s most important cultural assets,  millions of visitors came to visit this place each year. The palace is a former imperial summer residence with 1441 rooms with  Baroque style, but …

Eastern Europe Day 8 – Budapest, Hungary

Amazing Budapest, Hungary Beside the breathtaking cruise ride in the evening, what else in Budapest? Budapest was an interesting city. Even though I felt like we saw a lot today, I still think we just scratched the surface of what Budapest has to offer. Hero Square  This is one of the major Square in Budapest.  It was …