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Singapore Diary

September 30, 2017

What We Did Day 1: Orchard Rd & Marina Bay Sands Our flights got in around the same time so I rendezvoused with Melissa at the airport and we caught an Uber to the city. My brother was due to meet up with us later that day and since we could only drop our bags off before check-in time, we killed time by wandering around Orchard Rd. I was not used to the humidity, and after spending an all-nighter in…

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Hong Kong Diary

September 15, 2017

What We Did Day 1: Central, Sheung Wan & Lan Kwai Fong Melissa and i have always talked about visiting Hong Kong together, so it was a little surreal when we finally put plans into motion, despite being so spontaneous. Our flight got in at 9am and since we were only allowed to drop our bags off at noon, we took our time and had brunch at our first Michelin-star restaurant at the airport. Unlike Singapore’s humidity, it was that…

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Less Than 24 Hours In: Macau

August 19, 2017

What We Did We took the Turbojet from the Hong Kong terminal which took about an hour. I remember the journey being pretty rough (worse than turbulence on a plane. i was legit paranoid that the ferry would flip over) so i forced myself to sleep the entire way. I woke up once and saw it being really crazy outside – waves splashing furiously against the window, kids crying – so i forced myself back to sleep before i had…

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Less Than 24 Hours In: Bath

June 18, 2017

What We Did Our day trip to Bath was pretty free and easy. We had an idea where to go but we wandered the streets aimlessly until we eventually ended up in said location.Β It was a refreshing change of pace compared to what i’m normally accustomed to, which made the day all the more dreamy especially since it was the boyf’s first proper day off. We were supposed to be looking for something to eat but wound up at the…

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Kota Kinabalu Diary

April 28, 2016

  Kota Kinabalu is located in the state of Sabah, East Malaysia and it is where i call home. ItΒ doesn’t have enough sights to ignite the tourist personality in me, but the number of adventurous things to do however, is a whole different story. We may not have an abundance of skyscrapers and shopping havens (so don’t expect a scene like KL) but instead have instant access to dive sites, jungle hikes and our ever famous Mount Kinabalu. I did…

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