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  • Oita, Beppu Kyushu City-hop | Hell Valley Jigoku

    These cuddly furry animals with their adorable eyes looked into our lens with curiosity while we couldn't hold back our smiles. They aren't just visitors to Hell Valley, but also a pop-up sight attraction for many while they had their glamorous times with the numerous ...

  • Kumamoto, Japan – Beyond famous Onsen in Kyushu

    Strolling through the streets in Kumamoto popularly housing dozens of onsens with its individual speciality, kimono-clad ladies was an accidental stumble. Clad in traditional costumes known as kimono, it has gained more awareness and popularity in western countries as jackets, an alternative in any size ...

  • FLYING Fukuoka, Japan from Singapore via Bangkok | Long-Haul Jetstar Asia Flight Experience

    The luscious patches of greens adding to the feeling of remoteness and beauty was continuously running through my vision. My fingers just refused to stop clicking such serene breathtaking sight of grandeur tropical landscapes and i passed on this picture to Rose, my fellow traveller. "Look ...

  • BEST WESTERN Nakajima Koen Sapporo STAY SPACIOUS REVIEW

    Such spaciousness is a guarantee at BEST WESTERN Hotels. Having two properties in Sapporo, Hokkaido, the BEST WESTERN Nakajima Koen Sapporo is 3 subway stops from the bustling central Sapporo station where BEST WESTERN Fino Sapporo is and that just takes minutes to a quieter ...

  • Swissôtel Nankai, Osaka STAY REVIEW in central Osaka

    An exhilarating night view greets us on the 31st floor as the curtain withdraws. Tugging our luggage from Osaka Kansai airport, we were glad to find home just 31 mins by Rapi:t express linking us directly to Namba and just a lift that brought us ...

  • Hokkaido Furano Lavender Flower 2014 Sapporo

    Lavenders - when was the last time you actually saw a whole purple stretch on hills? This July - mid July, you can and this will be the BEST season to catch the lavender in full glory bloom. We were here in Farm Tomita Furano, Hokkaido ...

A street across Hotel73 (the hotel that we were hosted on our Taiwan trip) painted a majestic emperor-like buildings fenced around by white and blue tiles. What’s that, i thought and decided to seek for directions to any nearby attractions, thinking that they were just the normal museums which i’ve visited enough. “You can head over to Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall. Pretty big and guards changing parade is also Read More…

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When i first heard about Wulai from one of my travel friend Muiee, i wondered “Where’s Wulai?”. Is it at the outcast of the city, how far is it from Taipei? With some guidance of google, i was transported to a relaxing city-escapade getaway for a night in Wulai, Taipei. Wulai is a cultural village focused with its scenic mountainous sight and gastronomic street food worth queuing up for. Winding Read More…

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Making our second trip to Jiu-Fen after our first meeting with the typhoon that swept away the appearance of the stalls at this scenic destination, we filled with anxiety in hopes that the stores will be opened despite the chilly weather. That didn’t disappoint us as we were greeted with crowds gathering along the street, and what’s more to ask for with such a sight just in time for the Read More…

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Dual Sony Cameras A57 & GW77 on-the-go trip with SONY

Written by On December - 12 - 2012 under TAIWAN

As a Sony Camera user of A29, I’ve always been satisfied with how lightweight and handy the camera has been producing photos. Though it produced some dull photos due to light intensity and blury photos at night which improves with the help of tripod and stable hands, the on-par shots are still usually achievable. Just recently, the kind folks over at SONY changed our perception with a more advanced featured Read More…

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Ambience Hotel Taipei | A CityInn Group Stay

Written by On December - 8 - 2012 under TAIWAN

Crowned as Taipei’s 1st Boutique-designed Hotels and winner of 2012 HotelClub Most Futuristic Hotel category, the Ambience Hotel Taipei is a peaceful getaway from the busy city thanks to its quieter location. Presented in its understated iconic white colours, the Ambience Hotel Taipei is one of the design hotels under Taipei inn Group. Since our last stay at Hotel73 and Dandy Hotel Tianmu, we decided to try another branch of Read More…

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Nestled in the greens & sound of naturals, the Volando Urai Spring Spa Resort 馥蘭朵烏來渡假酒店 is one of the well-received resort in Wulai, Taipei, Taiwan. Ranging from Mountain View rooms to Spring Spa Suite, there’s more you’ll expect for a stay. Away from the norm, the Volando Urai Spring Spa & Resort isn’t a usual haunt for just a stay. Focused on romantic stays and one that gets closer to Read More…

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Filled with anxiety and excitement, we arrived at an airport shuttle stop near Taipei Arena. With some quick navigations and landmarks, google maps displays that the hotel is just around the corner. We’ve always wanted to stay at Hotel QUOTE recommended by friends and online social media status updates on Hotel QUOTE for its stylish-exquisite rooms and tranquility that outshines the others. The ambiance of the hotel highlights from the Read More…

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Welcoming us to its new home at Terminal 2, Tiger Airways extended an invitation of a return all-paid expedition on its A320 flight to Taipei. It was our first time flying from Terminal 2 on a budget airline and a trip to look forward to with much more assured comfort and convenience. Since our flight was covered, this gave us the flexibility to look for nice hotels in Taipei that Read More…

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Cijin island Exploration @ Kaohsiung Taiwan

Written by On February - 29 - 2012 under TAIWAN

Arriving at kaohsiung city, the one thing that you may consider spending your day-out is at Cijin Island, located just 15 mins from Kaohsiung Island by ferry… like those you see in vietnam or Indonesia that motorists can load their motorcycles on-board without any hassle to connect both islands together. Easy boarding starts from exchanging coins and inserting them into the automated machine before you push your bike or bicycle Read More…

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Kaohsiung – all about Taiwan’s 2nd biggest city

Written by On February - 1 - 2012 under TAIWAN

Kaohsiung city, located in the south of Taiwan is easily connected by high speed rail THSRC that takes you only 1 hour 30 mins for a price of $50 to get to each end per way. As the THSRC bullet train pulls into the station, i’m certain this will be a brand new embarkation in a city near to the end of the country and if you haven’t known, Kaohsiung Read More…

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