Maia Resort Quy Nhon: Vietnam’s First Culinary-Focused Resort Now Open To Visitors

Travellers looking to enjoy Vietnam’s beautiful beaches, amazing culture, and mouthwatering cuisine will have something to look forward to come March 15 2022, as the country is set to reopen its borders to tourists after a nearly two-year travel ban due to the coronavirus pandemic. Full details on quarantine and test requirements have yet to… Read More Maia Resort Quy Nhon: Vietnam’s First Culinary-Focused Resort Now Open To Visitors

Ilham Gallery, Kuala Lumpur: A Public Art Gallery for the People

From the prestigious Balai Seni Visual Negara to smaller, independent spaces like The Refinery Sentul, there is no shortage of art spaces to explore in Kuala Lumpur. The art scene here is an interesting reflection of the city’s diversity — so while you do have higher-end galleries that are by appointment only, there are plenty of… Read More Ilham Gallery, Kuala Lumpur: A Public Art Gallery for the People

Farm in the City, Seri Kembangan: A Unique Petting Zoo Experience

I’ve been getting bored of malls lately. And since I’m not a sporty person, that leaves me with few ‘outdoor’ activities to enjoy, aside from walking around parks, museums, and art galleries (there aren’t too many in Malaysia, so you run out of options after awhile lol). The Hubs and I initially thought of visiting… Read More Farm in the City, Seri Kembangan: A Unique Petting Zoo Experience

A Zen Experience @ The Selangor-Japan Friendship Garden, Shah Alam

Malaysia and Japan have long enjoyed good bilateral ties – and it’s no secret that Malaysians love everything Japanese, from its food to its culture and traditions. Anything trendy from Japan, such as discount chain store Don Don Donki (which opened last year), or brands such as Daiso, Uniqlo, and Muji, are hugely popular –… Read More A Zen Experience @ The Selangor-Japan Friendship Garden, Shah Alam