Prompt #4: What is your favorite method of overland travel and why? I didn’t mind bus travelling a lot but after being violently car sick in Peru, I’ve decided that my favorite overland travel is by train. With train travel you get to: skip traffic jam go at a slow pace with not as much sudden turns (so you won’t get motion sickness) see cute … Continue reading I love train travel and you should too: Day 4 of #indie30
Welcome back to the fortnightly Weekend Traveller series where I share tips and strategies for travelling during the weekend so you can travel more using less work leave. You can find all of the previous posts for weekend end travel here.
Today’s post doesn’t have any travel planning tips. Instead, I want to share about my upcoming weekend travel. I will be going to Melaka for a 3-day trip next weekend.
Since my round-the-world trip, I’ve stopped most of my short-term (aka 2-day) trips because I do not have the budget and I already have too much free time.
However, my friend Debbie suggested that we take a trip overseas since she has an extra day of leave. We initially planned to head to Medan because of cheap plane tickets but there was volcano activity last month.
One street, two names and one very confused traveller. Continue reading A street with two names in Kuala Terengganu’s Chinatown
What is suitable for one person may not be good for another. Continue reading I don’t think homestays are for me
Finally a FAQ for train travel between Malaysia and Singapore. Continue reading FAQ Tips on taking train from Singapore to Malaysia
272 steps up Batu Caves to be exact. Not that I counted. Continue reading Too many stairs at Batu Caves
I’m finally going to finish my Visit Malaysia project. Last stops: Pahang and Terengganu. Continue reading Heading to Malaysia’s East Coast
Usually, food at airport is expensive. However, among all the airports that I have been, Singapore’s Changi Airport has the relatively cheapest food. Continue reading Cheap eats: Changi Airport Staff Canteen (Terminal 1)
This blog post contains some photos not suitable for children. However, nipples of merpeople have been censored. You are welcomed.
Continue reading Singapore’s most WTF: Haw Par Villa
Check out Reflections at Bukit Chandu, Memories at Ford Factory and Singapore Philatelic Museum here. Continue reading Singapore for museum lovers (Part 2)