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KUTA, BALI

My girlfriends and I decided to have a week-long getaway slash joint birthday celebration in Bali. I’ve already been to Bali when I was travelling South East Asia few months back but that didn’t bother me as it captivated me the first time and wouldn’t mind going there for part deaux.

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Getting to Know the inner Seoul

The pop culture of Korea became globally mainstreamed and I am one of the many people who adore their vivid atmosphere. However, it’s not the surface that I’m most attracted to, but the soul of Korea; how they were like in the old times captivated me the most. The capital city, Seoul, was the perfect place for me to unravel their good old days.
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TRAVEL GUIDE: Phuket to Bangkok by BUS

Wandering around costs a lot of money so we’re trying to limit our spending as much as we can. I still have another 2 months worth of travelling left in Thailand and Indonesia so I’m being stingy when it comes to pretty much everything!

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TRAVEL GUIDE: Bangkok to/from Siem Reap by BUS

It wasn’t in our plan to travel to Siem Reap as I was having doubts with my financial capacity if I could go further from Bangkok. My itchy feet were telling me to push the boundary forcing me to book my return flight to Manila via Siem Reap with my eyes closed. I made one of the best decisions of my life! Read more

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PHUKET: Getting Around Playful Patong

This was my first stop in Thailand and I was so stoked! Red and I landed at Phuket International Airport roughly 8.30PM from Kuala Lumpur. We’re already thinking about the crystal clear beaches of Patong and ready to to get our tan on!

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Our Adrenaline-pumping Experience in KLIA2

If there’s an airport that is thrill-seeking, it is probably the world’s largest budget terminal–KLIA2! The pleasure of having great food at an affordable price and the hurdle in this humongous terminal are heck of an experience. Luckily, we survived! Read more

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Dashing the Vibrant Merdeka Square and Batu Caves

Kuala Lumpur is a melting pot city with their evidently British colonial-era structures side by side with Islamic architecture buildings and Indian temples. We will definitely feast with these today! If you’re craving for diverse culture then Kuala Lumpur is the perfect place for you as it’s oozing with it.

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Getting Chummy with The Dazzling Petronas Towers

Dianne and I have been planning an Indochina adventure just before her Australian working holiday expires. It kicked off as a random idea and since we’re both budget travel junkies, we’re always up for anything and everything. Malaysia wasn’t part of the plan but Petronas would always find a way! Read more