Located nearby outside Kuala Lumpur and near the Malacca Strait separating Indonesia and Malaysia, Melaka has been an area of Malaysia that I’d wanted to visit for quite a while. The fact that it’s also a UNESCO Heritage Site and supposedly has one of the highest number of museums in the country draws me to […]Read more "Melaka: How to Get In, Out, and Around"
Hello! I can’t believe how long it’s been since my last post here. A lot has been going on within that time period in which I didn’t write anything on this blog – from graduating university to loads of confusion on what to do moving forward with this blog but now I’m back and I […]Read more "Life Updates – Graduating Uni and Quitting This Blog?"
Every once in a while, you arrive at a place, drop your bags at your accommodation, take a couple of minutes to walk around and instantly feel comfortable and at home there. It’s a magical feeling that I can only compare to that of falling in love at first sight. In my travels so far, […]Read more "Falling in Love with Pemuteran"
So, you’ve fallen in love with this seemingly charming, quaint, seaside escape called Pemuteran in Bali, Indonesia. Or at least you’re interested enough to go that you’re starting to look for information about the area. Whatever it is that brought you here, I’m glad you came and without further adieu, here are some information and […]Read more "Pemuteran: A Guide to Bali’s Authentic Sustainable Travel Destination"
The title of the post probably sounds like the cheesiest Instagram caption about Bali ever. But it’s not. Because in Goa Gajah, Ubud, I actually met and received blessings from a man whose name pretty much translates into “lord.” It all started when I arrived at Goa Gajah, Ubud and asked around about the availability […]Read more "Meeting a “God” in Goa Gajah, Ubud"
“Just keep stirring and squishing the mixture together by hand until it feels soapy and there you have it – your own shampoo,” the instructor said. Within 10 minutes, bubbles were starting to show up between my fingers and my hands began to feel slippery dipped into my mix of hisbiscus leaf, aloe vera, flowers […]Read more "Making Shampoo from Plants in Ubud"
Over the years, Bali has grown from a typical tropical tourist destination to one of the hottest items on the bucket list for many people around the world, including whoever you are reading this post too perhaps. As you consider actually visiting Bali and ticking it off your summer (or lifetime) bucket list, you’re also […]Read more "My Favorite Places to Stay in Bali"