Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak floating market in Ratchaburi is the most popular floating market in Thailand. The market is an hour and half away from Bangkok, we got there by a private service from the tour agency that my boyfriend hired, we opted not to have a tour guide because the one that we have the day…

Menara Tower 2017

I visited Malaysia again for the nth time. There’s something about this country that entices me. This time me and my friends went to The Menara Tower, also known as the KL Tower, one of the most popular landmark in Kuala Lumpur along with the Petronas Towers. The Menara is the tallest communication tower in…

THE BUND

The Bund is probably the most visited tourist place in Shanghai where historical buildings surrounds the area within which the Huangpu River serves as a gap between the Bund and the downtown Pudong. It is three hours away from the airport. You can reach it through cab, bus, metro rail. I went there spring, which…

Unicorn Cafe Bangkok 2018

This cafe is heaven to unicorn fans. It will make your heart melt the moment you’ll enter. The interior of the cafe is filled the shades of pink and purple with hanging unicorns on the ceiling. The tables and chairs are designed to capture the unicorn fan in you. The food– affordable and great (they’ve…

SHANGHAI DISNEY RESORT

The Happiest Place on Earth, they say, is it? Hahah. Yes partly, the amusement park did not fail me, but the people..the guests, I mean, were somewhat disappointing, lack discipline. Others throw trashes everywhere, and during the fireworks the children were too noisy, standing up (everyone were asked to sit down), even the parents itself…

Reasons To Visit The Streets of George Town

George Town, the capital city of the Malaysian state of Penang, is located at the northeastern tip of Penang Island. It is Malaysia’s second largest city, with 708,127 inhabitants as of 2010, while Greater Penang is the nation’s second most populous conurbation with an estimated population of 2.5 million.  With a long and illustrious history under its belt, Penang’s capital city is one of the most interesting…

Flower Dome and Cloud Forest–Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a nature park spanning 101 hectares (250 acres) of reclaimed land in central Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. The largest of the gardens is Bay South Garden at 54 hectares (130 acres). Gardens…

10 Things we learned after graduating College and Law School

This blog is collaborated with my niece/cousin, Mishi. She just recently graduated from college yesterday, fresh from the oven hahahha while I graduated from law school last 2015. The lessons we have learned in school does not necessarily mean that we would apply them in real life, however, they serves as guide towards every decision…

1620 Bistro

1620 Bistro is a cafe in our small little town, Palompon. The owners named it 1620 because Palompon was founded during the year 1620. Its location is nearby the Municipal Hall and the Eco-tourism building (on which you’ll depart if you want to go to Kalanggaman Island). When I went here first last year, I…

The Dolphins of Tañon Strait

The Tañon Strait or also known as Kipot ng Tanon is a protected seascape established by President Ramos under Proclamation No. 1234 of 1998. I went here in connection with my Enviromental Law class, together with a Filipino zoologist from the University of the Philippines Diliman and an American biologist from NOVA Southeastern University to…

Short Hair, Don’t Care #Benefits

Short Hair, Don’t Care, and its Benefits Cutting my hair short is one of the best decision I have ever made this year. Okay, I just cut it yesterday, on my own (: #proud And I am already reaping the benefits today. People compliment me that the short hair suits me; Shampooing made easier before…