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7 Money-Saving Tips While Traveling Kyoto & Osaka

7 Money-Saving Tips While Traveling Kyoto & Osaka

Japan is the most developed country in Asia and with that comes a higher cost of living. That didn’t deter us from traveling to Kansai as we discovered a few ways to save money throughout our journey.

Giveaway: Malaysia Travel Privilege Card

Giveaway: Malaysia Travel Privilege Card

Malaysia Travel Privilege Card is in the same vein as other all-in-one city passes but it covers attractions nationwide while offering much more flexibility to the card holders.

7 Days In Kyoto & Osaka: An Action-Packed Itinerary!

7 Days In Kyoto & Osaka: An Action-Packed Itinerary!

Japan is our first faraway family adventure and Kansai is certified cool. Seven days is all you need to fall in love with gorgeous Kyoto and be in awe over dazzling Osaka.

5 Tips On Traveling With An Infant

5 Tips On Traveling With An Infant

Family travel can be a whole different ball game. Here are valuable lessons and tips learned as a parent while traveling with an infant whose needs are ever-changing.

Resort Review | Somerset Residences, Johor

Resort Review | Somerset Residences, Johor

Somerset Residences in Puteri Harbor and Medini are as close as you can get to Iskandar Puteri’s theme parks without sacrificing any comfort and convenience.

A Year-End Spectacular At Legoland Malaysia

A Year-End Spectacular At Legoland Malaysia

Legoland Malaysia continues with their “A” game for this holiday season with an upgraded Miniland, a Brick-Tacular Holiday Celebration and a new 4D Lego Ninjago: The Ride!

GPSmyCity: GPS-Guided Travel Articles

GPSmyCity: GPS-Guided Travel Articles

Have you ever read a great travel blog post that encapsulates the sights you are dying to see and foods you can’t wait to taste at a destination you have already booked for months away? Have you ever tried to search for the same article […]

Resort Review | Pasir Belanda, Kelantan

Resort Review | Pasir Belanda, Kelantan

It’s quite rare for a resort to capture my attention just by its name. Pasir Belanda is a guesthouse deep inside Kampung Banggol, an unassuming village in between Kelantan’s bustling capital Kota Bharu and breezy seaside Pantai Cahaya Bulan. Each word is homage to the […]

10 Uniquely Kelantan Dishes To Digest

10 Uniquely Kelantan Dishes To Digest

In a recent interview with Fienuts of Travel Chameleon, I was asked about the best place to find awesome street food in Malaysia. Penang was the (obvious) pick but I also slipped in Kelantan as another destination worth looking into. While Penang’s food is conceived […]

Celebrating The Selangor International Indigenous Arts Festival 2016

Celebrating The Selangor International Indigenous Arts Festival 2016

Saturday mornings at Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam are always a teeming affair. The park is visited by all walks of life from busloads of school children on a day trip to the thrill-seekers climbing the tree canopies of Skytrex. This Saturday morning however has […]