Top 10 things to do in Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco California USA

Fisherman’s Wharf is one of the busiest tourist attraction in San Francisco. It is not very far from the Golden Gate Bridge, about 12 mins drive and 1-2 hour walk.  Check out some of the things you could do in Fisherman’s Wharf at San Francisco. 1.Rent a bike  Rent a bike from the Fisherman’s Wharf …

Vietnam : Hanoi Night Market & The 3 Unusual Vietnamese Traits I Discovered During My Stay In Hanoi!

Hanoi Night market happen on every Friday, Saturday and Sunday 7 pm till late. I was lucky to be there doing some cheap shopping during my Hanoi stay. You get to discover what local life is like during the night. The night market found in the Old Quarter, it sells plenty of things including street …

First University in Vietnam : Temple of Literature in Hanoi

After visiting Hoan Kiem Lake in the Old Quarter, we took a taxi from Old Quarter to Temple of Literature.  It is only about 2 km but we paid 100,000 dong for a very short distance.  The meter runs super fast and you know there is something wrong with the meter.  We knew we got …

Lesson Learnt from Hanoi City Vietnam

The first time I visited Vietnam was 10 years ago to Ho Chi Minh City, that time there were not many tourists doing free and easy and more would prefer to book package tour from the tour agent in Singapore. I did free and easy in Ho Chi Minh City, went to the local travel …

Lombard Street @ San Francisco – the most crooked street in the world!

Lombard Street is the most crooked street you can find but also one of the most over-rated tourist attraction in San Francisco.  It is only about 20 mins walk from Fisherman Wharf.  Beware there are a lot of uphill slope where you have to climb upwards if you decide to walk from Fisherman Wharf.  Another way …

Bruce Lee Birth Place – San Francisco China Town California USA

Approximately one third of San Francisco residents are Asian, and most of those are Chinese. So you will see Chinatown played an important role in this city.  Many Chinese came here due to the gold rush & job for Central Pacific Railroad.  The early Chinese immigration (mostly from southern China, Guang Dong province) to the United …

Vietnam : Halong Bay ~ The “Descending Dragon”!

Halong Bay is not unfamiliar for most people and many rushed there for the scenic view.  This Unseco site consisting of 1,600 islands and islets.  The word Ha Long means descending dragon.  The “long” mean “dragon” sound similar to Chinese pronunciation. It took 3.5 hours on the road to reach Halong Bay from Hanoi.  Once we were …

My IN-N-Out Burger Experience in California

While in America, there is one thing you should experience is the “In-N-Out Burger”. The fast food restaurant is similar to any of the fast food chain but still there is some difference. Top 8 reasons why you should pay a visit at In-N-Out Burger and have your cheat meal. 1. Simple Menu @ In-N-Out …

Computer History Museum – Ultimate Tech Tour in Silicon Valley

Computer History Museum is one of the highlight when you do tech tour in Silicon Valley. You learn about the past and the future in this museum which was opened in 1996 at Mountain View, California. You will see a lot of artifacts of the past and if you live long enough, you will discover …

HP Garage – Birth Place of Silicon Valley

Since I am in Silicon Valley, I thought it would be good if I have a look at the HP Garage, also known as the birthplace of Silicon Valley. The term Silicon Valley was first used in 1971. It caught on as silicon was pervasive in the manufacture of computer chips, then a critical Santa …