China series- Huashan, the world’s deadliest hike

I never did hikes when I was in China. Even though I was born in Guilin, the land of mountains and rivers in china, hiking was something I’d picked up when I lived in Banff. However, when I was travelling through China and saw that Huashan, a mountain range I’d…

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Paradise on Redang Islands

Paradise on Redang Islands

This past long weekend, I leveraged on me being based in Kuala Lumpur for the summer, and decided to spend an extended stay on … View Post
Northern Vietnam: Halong Bay & Sapa

Northern Vietnam: Halong Bay & Sapa

This past August I revisited Hanoi, but this time, we used it as a stepping off point for the Halong Bay Cruise and Sapa … View Post
How to stretch your dollar in Asia

How to stretch your dollar in Asia

Hong Kong and Singapore are two of the most expensive cities in the world. From rent to food, the lifestyle costs are astounding. However, … View Post
Siem Reap: Angkor Wat Sunrise

Siem Reap: Angkor Wat Sunrise

My friend and I decided to tack on Cambodia to the end of a girl’s weekend in Bangkok during July of 2018. Neither of … View Post
Bali  – Yoga Barn review

Bali – Yoga Barn review

During my first visit to Bali, I decided that I wanted to check off a couple things on my list. This included travelling solo, … View Post
Tibet: Spiritual and natural sanctuary

Tibet: Spiritual and natural sanctuary

I went to Tibet this September on a 8D7N tour. It was a very eye opening and interesting experience. To be honest, because … View Post
Climbing Kota Kinabalu

Climbing Kota Kinabalu

When I moved to Asia, one of the first things a friend recommended me was to climb Mt Kota Kinabalu and catch the sunrise. … View Post
Hanoi: Synchronized Chaos

Hanoi: Synchronized Chaos

Hanoi is one of those transient places: people come and go, and more often than not, they pass through before and after Ha Long … View Post
How to plan a HK Junk Party

How to plan a HK Junk Party

Hong Kong is a fun place to live. But after experiencing a full four seasons of this city, I have to say that summer … View Post