Here I am sharing with you 12 local tips in Taipei, venture to markets, shopping streets, shops, museums, and other places that you may not know about…
It’s been some time that I visit the riverside of Bangkok. In fact, there are some new landmarks and markets popping up along the river, in between some of the Bangkok historic classics. We re-visited the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun, had a great time shopping and fine-dining experience in a day!
Macau is a small town but it’s amazingly filled with great food. It is impossible to list out all the delicious places – but I do have a list of personal favorite, some of them are famous, some of them are intimate and ‘secretive’. Once a Portuguese colony, Macau is a southern Chinese community that serves brilliant Portuguese cuisine with a Chinese cooking touch – the end result of the combo is exponential.
Top 8 things to do in Hanoi! Old Quarter, Hoàn Kiếm Lake, water puppet show, delicious Vietnam cuisine, historic monuments, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, & more!
There was a day that I was in town and the sky was blue; instead of visiting the heritage sites I spent the day getting myself soaked in modern art and architecture. this is a travel guide about some art districts, modern art museums and galleries in Beijing for wanderlusts to create their artsy Instagram moments!
Kenting is located at in the southernmost point of Taiwan Island; and the area is a popular travel destination that has more than a few nice beaches or local food markets – there are a lot more things to see and do!
When I saw looking at the photos in Malaysia I was wondering: what are the things in Malaysia that are different from the other Southeast Asian countries? Hence, I was trying to find out “something about…” these Southeast Asian countries and let see if I could come out with a better answer to my questions.
A trip in Chengdu, West China – visit the adorable giant panda and learn a little bit about the history of Three Kingdoms in the ancient world.
…Walking on the shopping street in the city center, there were satin shops, vintage toy stores, street vendors, and ice-cream parlors serving desserts with a chairlift shaped waffles and a baby umbrella – everything looks like Hong Kong in the 70s, a setting of a Wong Kar Wai movie – ‘in the mood of love’….