Montigo Resorts Nongsa Batam Premier/Hill Side Villa1 king bedRoom size: 90 m²/969 ft²Sea viewBalcony/terraceShower and bathtubPrivate pool Hill Side Villa The Residence Bintan The Residence Bintan Beachfront Villa1 king bedRoom size: 125 m²/1345 ft²Sea viewBalcony/terraceSmoking allowedSeparate shower/bathtubPrivate pool Holiday Villa Pantai Indah Bintan Lagoi Bay Villas Bintan Villa Samadhi by Samadhi, Kuala Lumpur KSL Hotel … Continue reading Private Pools near Singapore (max 3 hrs away)
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
First thing that come to my head when we were thinking about going to Kyoto was.......yes, that famous global green initiative milestone called the Kyoto protocol. Who wouldn't and I was actually wondering will the city be what it has lent its name to.As the airport limousine bus travels away from the Kansai Airport, which … Continue reading Green Kyoto
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"
“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” – Aldous Huxley
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
I'm suffering from TWS - aka Travel Withdrawal Symptoms. The past year December and June school holidays, I've always sought to travel out of the country, but not this Dec 2011. Timing of some events and work and nation building does not allow us to plan for a vacation. Anyway, not going anywhere and not … Continue reading TWS – Travel Withdrawal Symptoms