Travelling Healthy: How to Eat Well While on the Road

Others by sylistic on 13th December 2017

Travelling takes its toll on your body. Different time zones, different cuisines. So whether you’re hiking the Appalachian trail, lost in the streets of neon Tokyo or slowly baking in the desert heat of the Sahara, it’s important to remember that the food you put in your belly is, quite literally, your fuel. Breakfast, lunch, … Continue reading “Travelling Healthy: How to Eat Well While on the Road”

9 Lifestyle Developments You Must Not Hide from Your Doctor

Discussing personal issues and habits with doctors is not an easy task. We are often tempted to hide certain lifestyle habits from them. However, if you’re not sharing everything with your doctor, you might be putting your health at stake. Your doctor’s office is one place where you should be completely honest about your habits … Continue reading “9 Lifestyle Developments You Must Not Hide from Your Doctor”

Divers (& Non-Divers) -this Water Paradise in Malaysia is a closer Maldives alternative!

Having just received my Advanced Open Water Dive certification recently, I couldn’t wait to explore new dive sites. One of the places that came to mind was Redang Island, well known for its sandy beaches of fine powder white sand as well as its crystal-clear waters. The waters here sparkle under the glaring sun with … Continue reading “Divers (& Non-Divers) -this Water Paradise in Malaysia is a closer Maldives alternative!”

Beginner’s Guide to Property Investment in Singapore

Others by sylistic on 2nd May 2017

Property investment has been the darling in the pool of investment options in Singapore. This is probably due to the economic boom that Singapore has experienced ever since its independence in 1965. The property prices in this island state have rapidly soared over the recent years, much to the delight of real estate owners. You … Continue reading “Beginner’s Guide to Property Investment in Singapore”

41-Whys you should plan a visit to Myanmar and make it a lifetime experience

Myanmar by sylistic on 21st March 2017

Myanmar, the country that is always criticised by media reports as ‘poor, dirty and disconnected’ surprised us totally. Instead, we were engulfed by the beauty of peace and friendliness of the people. Just picture this. Inle Lake Fisherman hauling fresh caughts using traditional methods. Mandalay Cattle herding in open fields Bagan Misty pagodas that set … Continue reading “41-Whys you should plan a visit to Myanmar and make it a lifetime experience”

Auckland to do and stay

Kia ora! Auckland is the usual gateway to wherever you come from and it’s easy to roam around the city. There’re so much to do in Auckland besides shopping down the streets in the CBD. Hop on board a ferry at the downtown port and soon, you’ll find yourself in amazing islands and towns. Devonport … Continue reading “Auckland to do and stay”

Inuyama Castle Town, Japan – Original places to visit from 1800s.

JAPAN by sylistic on 9th March 2017

Inuyama city, just 30 mins from Nagoya city by rail is rich in culture and heritage. Follow our footprints in Aichi prefecture where we explored the oldest castle tower in Japan, the former house of a kimono merchant and learning more of the floating festival ‘DONDEN’ at a museum. The Inuyama Castle has to be … Continue reading “Inuyama Castle Town, Japan – Original places to visit from 1800s.”

Aichi Prefecture : Handa City near Nagoya – beer, sake and ponzu originates and why you should visit.

JAPAN by sylistic on 8th March 2017

‘Kanpai‘ or ‘cheers’ greeted our arrival in Handa city. Holding onto ice cold Kabuto beer, it is as good as slurping up the history of this good old beer. The Kabuto beer was the origin of many big names like ‘Sapporo beer’ and ‘Asahi beer’ and is currently very rare to find at restaurants in … Continue reading “Aichi Prefecture : Handa City near Nagoya – beer, sake and ponzu originates and why you should visit.”

Gold Leaf ice cream, Dinoland and Doraemon – Japan’s Kanazawa, Fukui and Takaoka

JAPAN by sylistic on 1st March 2017

‘Gold ice cream!‘ we exclaimed when we saw it along the streets of Kanazawa. Wrapped in a thin layer of gold leaf, it adds an extra layer of glitter that we couldn’t resist even at degrees below 0. A growing city up north of Osaka, Kanazawa city is popular for 99% exports of gold to … Continue reading “Gold Leaf ice cream, Dinoland and Doraemon – Japan’s Kanazawa, Fukui and Takaoka”