Are You Afraid of the Dark? | Chulia Street Night Market

When we were little kids our parents would always warn us (or more likely scare us off) about the horrors of night time. We used to have this routine of looking under the bed, checking the closets, locking the windows and leaving a night light on, afraid of the nightmares and monsters that we thought…

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Wantan Mee So Good, It’s God-Level.

It’s been 5 months since I first tried this god level wantan mee stall and I still wonder why tourists don’t flock this place. In fact, I can remember every time I came here (about 4 or 5 times now) I was the only non-local dining. It blows my mind that in this day and…

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Booking.com VS Hostelworld: Which is Better?

Traveling in this generation has a lot of perks. It makes you realize that when technology developed, so did traveling. So first and foremost, let us thank god or any higher being for one of man’s greatest creation, the internet! The internet is one heck of a travel tool that will make your lives easier…

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Soup is Thicker Than Water | Chee Meng Cafe, Penang

Everyone knows about that famous saying ‘Blood is thicker than water’ and you know what else is thicker than water? A bowl of good hot soup. Imagine a big pot of broth of bones, spices, and the sorts that probably from a family secret recipe that has been simmering for hours. Now that’s something everyone…

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Breakfast Idea: Roti Canai Transfer Road

Okay, I’m going to skip the flowery introductions (I don’t even think I’m good at those in the first place, hah!) and get right into the “facts” here. I was ridiculously excited to write about this place because the food is just divine. And when I start writing my articles, I do a little research…

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Travel Essentials: What to Pack for Your Next Trip

Packing can be such a chore when you’re about to travel, especially if you don’t plan ahead. When going on a trip, we all want our luggage to be as all-inclusive yet easy to carry as possible, so make sure that you don’t forget all the necessary things you need and leave out all the…

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Penang’s Famous Nasi Kandar: Line Clear

Still rings in my ear what my friend said, “Nothing but the best,” and this rings so true to my experience with Malaysian food. On my first day in Penang, I went to nothing but the best: Nasi Kandar Line Clear. I had plans to meet up with a local to show me around some…

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Recommended Hostel in Penang: TIDO Hostel

I arrived in Penang after about a 4 or 5 hour train ride from KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur. I paid about 70 MYR for the train, which is about 20 MYR more expensive than the bus but it was totally worth it. It was spacious, you can walk around if you’re feeling tired of sitting…

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Moments and Epiphanies at the Lantern Festival: Finally Living My Dreams

I honestly don’t know where to begin. Last night was an incredibly emotional moment for me and even as I type this now I can feel my eyes start to water. I absolutely cannot believe where I am in life right now. I’m so proud of myself to be… here. This lantern festival in Chiang…

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6 Places to Eat You Absolutely CANNOT Miss When You Visit Kuala Lumpur

In October 5, 2018, I dove into the unknown and started a big trip around the world, at least that is the aim. I’m starting with Asia and seeing how far my money and visas can take me! My first stop is Kuala Lumpur. I never really had the urge to visit Kuala Lumpur, or…

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