10 Things to do in Pai, Thailand


About Pai: Pai (not "pie", pronounce as "baai") is a small town in northern Thailand's Mae Hong Son Province, near the Myanmar border, about 80 km north of Chiang Mai on the northern route to Mae Hong Son. It lies along the Pai River. Tucked into a quiet valley amidst northern Thailand’s jungle drenched mountains, Pai is a peaceful town of laidback charm and simple character. From … [Read more...]

#Escapers15 – This is Queensland Part II


Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeeach was our third home away from home in #thisisqueensland. It is also my favourite hotel - who doesn't love a Sofitel right? My superior ocean view room is spacious and uncluttered, with personal balcony overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean. I really enjoyed the comfort of Sofitel MyBeds, a combination of a Mattress and a slatted Bed Base, a Featherbed, a Duvet, … [Read more...]

#Escapers15 – This is Queensland (Part 1)


Continuing from our Singapore leg, we flew Scoot Airlines to Gold Coast Airport on that night itself. We experienced ScootinStyle - a package of pre-flight premium privileges in Changi Airport. First we managed to save some time at the priority check-in desk at Scoot’s check-in row in Changi Airport Terminal 2. Secondly, we were granted exclusive SATS Premier Lounge at Singapore Changi … [Read more...]

#Escapers 15 – Your Singapore!


Last month, both Bobostephanie and I were privilege enough to be amongst the 17 prominent bloggers from nine Asia Pacific countries, who participated in the #escapers15 travel challenge which began in Singapore and spread across Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast Australia. #Escapers15 is social media initiatives sponsored by Accor Hotels Group, Fly Scoot, Tourism of Queensland and Tourism … [Read more...]

My Birthday Celebration @ VIE Hotel Bangkok – MGallery Collection


I arrived to Vie Hotel after a long transfer journey from Gold Coast to Singapore and finally to Bangkok. By the time I checked in, KampungBoy and the rest of our gang were out sight-seeing (they arrived one day earlier).  Fortunately, check in was prompt and efficient. The front desk staffs who clearly care for their guests' needs knew that I have missed the breakfast buffet (until 10.30 am), so … [Read more...]

Boracay Day 1: Boracay Airport Transfer, Boracay Uptown Hotel, D’Mall


Before you go, read this : Boracay Travel Guide: Must See, Must Eat & Must Do! Free Instant Upgrade for Phillippines Hotel, click www.agoda.com ! Booking period 8 - 22 April 2015, stay period until 30 September 2015! We were traveling to Boracay during the end-Jan to early-Feb 4 days long weekend. We flew in via Air Asia and arrived to Kalibo airport. For Malaysian/Singaporean … [Read more...]

Kangaroo Island – A Zoo Without Fences


One of our biggest regrets during our South Australia trip is not being able to make time to visit Kangaroo Island. It is just a short flight away from Adelaide and it is also accessible via ferries from Cape Jervis. Getting Here: Regional Express (REX) provides direct flights, taking just 30 minutes from Adelaide to Kingscote Airport, 14 kilometres (nine miles) from the town centre. An … [Read more...]

Krua Apsorn Restaurant @ Bangkok


It is true that great food can always be found in the most unassuming looking restaurant. Krua Apsorn is a good example. Moreover, if David Thompson (executive chef at Nahm Bangkok) recommends it in one of the Lonely Planet books, you know that this is a place to be. We dropped by for lunch after a visit to the Grand Palace. It Is about 10 minutes drive away. Remember to come here before at … [Read more...]

Our Family Trip to South Australia – Adelaide City, Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf, Mount Gambier and Port Macdonnell


I’ve been to Australia three times, and every trip, I find something new to love. My most recent trip to Australia was a family trip organised by me and my sisters. It was one of the best trips ever, according to my parents who enjoyed themselves very much. We did a self-drive trip from Adelaide to Melbourne, crossing the state boundaries from South Australia to Victoria. Why Adelaide? South … [Read more...]

Boracay Travel Guide: Must See, Must Eat & Must Do!


As mentioned in our instagram post previously, we have so much to share based on our own "painful" experiences as almost everyone tried to rip us off throughout our 4D3N trip in Boracay Island. However, this does not stopped us from loving Boracay. White Beach's long stretch of powdery white sand and clear blue water is too beautiful, too surreal. So remember to read our version of Boracay Travel … [Read more...]

KBCG Frozen in Hokkaido: Getting to Hokkaido


Remember to follow us on Facebook or Instagram for more updates!! Hokkaido is a very large island. So for a short trip like a week, we recommend to limit to one or two areas to visit. Central Hokkaido such as Sapporo, Otaru and Noboribetsu (hot spring area) is ideal for first timers. We chose to fly in to Sapporo and fly out from Hakodate because we do not want to take a 3.5 hour train back … [Read more...]

KBCG Frozen In Hokkaido – A 6D5N Itinerary in Sapporo & Hakodate for less than RM 1800 per pax


Remember to follow us on Facebook or Instagram for more updates!! Period of travel 28 December 2014 to 2 January 2014 Hokkaido is an island at Japan's northern extremity, also least developed of Japan's four main islands. During winter, Hokkaido is blessed with plenty of powder snow and it's unspoiled nature has attracted many skiers and snowboarders. A lot of people have this … [Read more...]