Third post of my philippines trip, read the first and second post here and here. The last three remaining days were spent in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines. There's no difference with Kuala Lumpur in terms of the heavy traffic of this big city. What I love about being in the Philippines was … Continue reading BACKPACKING PHILIPPINES (MANILA): Rizal Park, National Museum of Manila, & The Mall of Asia
If you have not read my previous post on Backpacking Philippine series, then check the first one here. I assume people love to read a more detail information about their places of interest hence the series of posts over one trip. Our second day in Tagaytay (Third for the whole Philippine Trip) started at around … Continue reading BACKPACKING PHILIPPINES (Tagaytay): Sky Ranch, People’s Park in The Sky and The Picnic Grove
On 6 December 2016 marked the day we travelled to the Philippine. Since we live in Sabah, it’s only an hour and a half away from Kota Kinabalu Interntional Airport to reach Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Yes, an hour faster than a plane flying to KL. We arrived at 10pm in Manila, purchased a traveller’s … Continue reading BACKPACKING PHILIPPINE: Getting to Tagaytay and Hiking Taal Volcano (A fair warning for backpackers!)
Oh hi world! It's nice to be able to sit down and write something on here. It's already a week late since new year's eve but there is nothing to be ashamed of wishing everyone a very happy new year! I hope nothing but the best to come for this universe. What better time to … Continue reading Reflecting 2017 and HELLO 2018!
Here comes the not-so-good thing about it. I started experiencing a very dry skin, long gone the oils and now I have lines whenever I speak and I would feel extremely tight on the face. Bare in mind that this is the only product I've been using thus far.In general, I would say the cleanser (orange colour) did make my skin fairer and faded out my breakouts,...
For those of you who have not heard of Kudat before, well, as someone who is not from this place, I do have limited knowledge about it. But, I would feel not as home to be in Sabah as Kudat was not yet unchecked off the lists to-see in Sabah. Nevertheless, here’s a few of reasons amongst many others that I think you should know about Kudat:
Hello everyone, how’s your day been? This year alone there has not been much of travelling going on but I am not complaining as one of the biggest blessing I have received has finally come to life and that is that I am now working and could afford my own foods. On October this year, … Continue reading Camping in Sabah? Here’s Melangkap Nabalu Reflesia in Kota Belud
Hello dear readers, Exactly on the 2nd of May 2017, I received the letter revealing the school where I would be posted after graduated last December. Being in a jobless and penniless state for 6 months where I was constantly watching tv dramas and excessive amount of sleeping, I was eager and could not be … Continue reading #SurvivingNovice: (1) After 5 Months of Working
I decided to share a review of the recent event held at Ranau, which I've had the chance to participate. In all honesty, I thought the project was a great start for the people of Ranau to think big.
Labuan Island or typically just called Labuan, is a small island that was once under the governance of Sabah. In 1989, it was officially renowned as Federal Territory of Labuan. A few facts of Labuan that you should know about, just to let you know a little bit more about the place: