Perlis’ Hidden Gem: Jambatan Tuanku Syed Putra, Kuala Perlis

We live in a glorious age, where information is readily available through this thing called Google. So I was stumped when I couldn’t find ANY info about this place that I went to in Kuala Perlis…apart from a few photos. No location, no how-to-get-there, no ‘history of bridge’… nothing. That’s when I knew that it’s truly one of those spots that nobody but the locals … Continue reading Perlis’ Hidden Gem: Jambatan Tuanku Syed Putra, Kuala Perlis

Things To Do In 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 Spanish and Dutch. It became a major trade and fishing … Continue reading Things To Do In Tamsui, Taiwan – A Seaside Town

Travel Diaries: Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco

FISHERMAN’S WHARF in San Francisco is a charming tourist enclave located way north of the Bay Area. Founded in the 1800s by Italian fishermen, the place retains many traditional seafood restaurants, along with attractions such as an aquarium and several museums. Parking is a bitch and expensive, so I’d recommend taking the public transport. Buses and tram services stop here regularly. It was early evening … Continue reading Travel Diaries: Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco