Fun-filled Spring comes to Broadway Macau

The month of April brings with it blooming flowers and warmer days – although that doesn’t mean much to me in ever-tropical Malaysia where the four seasons are hot, rainy, durian and mosquito season (!) :D Those planning a trip to Macau, however, can look to ushering in a fun-filled spring at Broadway Macau, the…

Tamsui, Taiwan – A Seaside Town

We’re almost at the end of our trip to Taiwan! On our second to last day, we took a train from Taipei to the very last stop on the Red Line, called Tamsui. Literally translated to ‘fresh water’, this coastal town is located just next to the Taiwan Straits, and was once colonised by the…

Sukiyaki @ Sushi Zanmai, IOI Mall Puchong (Revisited)

A breather from updating about Taiwan! Got a call from C over the weekend while I was still recuperating from staying up late gaming: C: Ey woman, can help me paint my house? Me: What? C: Paint my house. Me: Okay sure. I find it rather funny that other girls usually ask their girlfriends to…

Quanji Temple, Jiufen, Taiwan

While visiting the historic gold mining town of Jiufen in Taiwan, the Old Quarters aren’t the only thing worth checking out. Just a short bus ride away is the gold museum which chronicles the town’s rich mining history, and nearby is the Quanji Temple, accessible on foot. Be careful of the local wildlife though: The…

Visiting Taiwan’s Tallest Tower – Taipei 101

  When mentioning modern Taipei, one building comes to mind. Looming over the city skyline, the iconic Taipei 101 in Xinyi District stands at 509m, with 101 floors, and is visible from miles and miles around. It used to be the tallest building in the world from 2004 until the Burj Khalifa opened in 2009.…