NTT East now provides WiFi for tourists. NTT East operates in eastern part of Japan. Example: Tokyo, Hokkaido and Yokohama. Remember those days when we rent handphones in Japan? No more! Where are the hotspots? You will see the stickers pasted on shop from. Alternatively, you can also check the hotspots here before you go. Two methods: … Continue reading Free WiFi for tourists in Japan
We visited the Gelang Patah Tuesday Night Market, last week and tried the Burger Bakar. Awesome burger, better than the McDonalds, A&W, Subway and even the pasar malam favourite...Burger Ramly. Price ranging from RM8 to RM13, it was delicious. Has to be considering the pasar malam was just across the street. To get there, via … Continue reading Burger Bakar Idaman
When one is in Osaka, a definite must do besides Tokyu Hands is Shinsaibashi. It is a covered shopping street, a long stretch. We had lunch at a halal Turkish restaurant named Nazar right in the middle of Shinsaibashi. It is on the side lane which have Nike and Krispy Kreme. The street has a … Continue reading Halal food Shinsaibashi
We somehow ended up at Kyoto Botanical Garden, decided against taking the cable train up the hill. We were famished and decided to eat at Camphora Restaurant located in Kyoto University. at 682 Yesn weak coffee anyone?
Itinerary for the upcoming Kyoto Osaka Trip June 2012. We scored a cheap return flight with AirAsia, SG to Osaka (transit KLIA) for less than SGD600 for 2, include taxes. Lets call it K.O.K.A trip, as I hope to squeeze in Kobe and a little bit of "America" in it. There is a shopping area … Continue reading our K.O.K.A Trip – Kyoto.Osaka.Kobe."America"
We checked out from our hotel in Bangkok and made our journey down to Putahracsa Hua Hin. Took BTS to Victory Monument Station, walked on the circular overhead bridge facing the monument. Had a little misadventure, we walked to the right side of the circular overhead bridge, when we should have walked to the left … Continue reading charming Putahracsa, heritage Railway Station and nostalgic PlearnWan
Our last trip to Bangkok was in 2006. We were actually arranging for a Chiangmai-Ayutthaya-Bangkok-Hua Hin trip, but due to the recent flooding, we had to abort it. After some deliberation, we then decided to do Hua Hin and a night in Bangkok. We looked forward to arriving at Suvarnabhumi Airport and taking the … Continue reading 1 night in Bangkok
Our last day in Seoul, we decided to visit World Cup Stadium and hopefully some groceries shopping at Homeplus. Denied entry into the stadium. Apparently, there was a concert rehearsal for the afternoon. There was like 4 fans with posters queueing up. Only 4. We gave up and proceeded to the supermarket. A few … Continue reading Seoul Day 10: World Cup Stadium Not & Return Home
Finally we hit Nami Island aka Republic of Naminara. Looked forward to eat at the Drama Cafe on the island. We had trouble reaching there a few days ago, due to the shutdown of the old train services. A new line had in fact just opened on that day, and we did not understand the … Continue reading Seoul Day 8: Nami Island (Halal Drama Cafe)
We were actually looking forward to take an old train ride to Gapyeong. Somehow though, the train service was not listed, when we looked at the electronic signboard.We asked at the Information Center, the officer could not speak English but he tried his very best. We admired his effort. He explained to us that the … Continue reading Seoul Day 7: COEX & War Memorial