After a long break from blogging, here’s an update from YQtravelling. Continue reading What has YQ been up to? June 2014 update
Here’s a peek at the new(ish) KLIA 2 airport. Continue reading Snapshots of KLIA2–AirAsia’s new airport at KL
I want to go to Westeros, the fictional land in A Song of Ice and FIre series. Continue reading How can I get to Westeros? : Prompt 16 of #indie30
Being in Asia seems to not motivate me to visit the rest of the continent. What is wrong with me? Continue reading Travelling in Asia: Prompt 15 of #indie30
One, two, tea, four. Take a sip from Peru’s tea. Continue reading FoodFriday: The teas of Peru
Guess what these round thingamajigs are. (You’ve probably guessed it from the title.) Continue reading FoodFriday: Chocolate drink cubes from El Salvador
That time a stranger gave me a bath. I was 27. Continue reading Getting a Turkish bath in Istanbul
[Update Jul 2, 2015 Check out RWS’s promos for S.E.A. Aquarium.]
Even though I’ve stayed in Singapore for almost nine years, I didn’t know that it was possible to buy cheap tickets to various attractions. I always thought that I needed to pay full price, and thinking about it makes my miserly heart cold.
Luckily, my friend Lilian showed me where I could get discounted entrance tickets. Lilian who is now back in China (and whose wedding I attended) wanted to visit the South East Asia Aquarium (SEA Aquarium) before leaving.
Welcome to YQtravelling’s FoodFriday. The day of the week when I show off some of the lovely eats I had while travelling.
Today’s feature is not food but a mysterious drink from Peru. Let’s check it out.
I have a soft spot for soft drinks despite knowing how bad they are for my health. I try to avoid them as much as I can but I occasionally reward myself with a cold can of Coca-Cola.
Of course all diet rules are out while travelling so I tried Peru’s famous soft drink Inca Kola. I usually order this drink to accompany my meals in local restaurants.
I’m back in Malaysia for Chinese New Year. Here’s a post from last year about how I spend my CNY. Gong Xi Fa Cai.
Today is Chinese New Year eve, the second most important day of Chinese New Year (CNY).
CNY eve dinner is an important time for family to gather together, eat good food and be nagged by elders. [Note to YQ: Do not be a patronizing aunt when you grow up.]
Enough bitterness, I want to share a two-part series of collaborative posts to mark CNY.
Early this week, I asked on Facebook for information on how different people celebrate Chinese New Year in different countries. For the feature, I was planning to have many Chinese folks in different countries to talk about their traditions.
Unfortunately, not many random strangers on the internet took up the challenge. I guess this might also be a good thing since it makes the post more cosy.
How Malaysians overseas celebrate CNY
First up is Max Yam from maxayam.blogspot.sg. Max is a fellow Sabahan who…
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