See you in Cebu, PhilippinesApril 25, 2018 on the Philippines ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C
Cebu, the Queen City of the South, situated in the heart of the archipelago, is the gateway to the various islands of the Philippines.
Boracay is undoubtedly the best island in the Philippines. With its powdery sand beaches, this is the best place to get tanned.
This small island is a tourist haven. Koreans, Chinese, and lots of Westerners come to visit this beautiful island.Read more
The archipelago of the Philippines is made up of roughly 7,107 islands and Siargao Island is, for me, my most favorite and the most travelled island by locals and foreign tourists.
This uncharted island is full of wonders, best known as the surfing mecca of the south. The well known spot is the Cloud 9 where surfers flood the beachlines to witness and experience the best waves of the Pacific Ocean.
Also, you should not miss the natural tidal pool of Magpupungko. The bluish-green waters will definitely takes your breath away and you can't resist to take a plunge. Next on the list is the Sugba Lagoon. This mysterious water basin is surrounded by lush forest of mangroves and towering rock walls. A trip here in not complete without the most exhilarating jump into the deep blue-green waters. Lastly, you can't away the island hopping tour exploring three major islets of Siargao, the Guyam, Daku and my favorite Naked Island. Those crystal clear waters and white sand bars are the highlights of the tour.
Siargao is the perfect summer escape for me. I love the place, the food and the hospitality of the locals.Read more
This highly urbanized city is a must-visit place here in Southeast Asia. Sky towering buildings, theme parks, organized transportation, clean and green streets, shopping centers, mixed cultural people, Singapore is one of a kind mixed bowl.
I did enjoy my stay here especially in the Universal Studios. Rides and recreational activities are spot on. Don't miss the Transformer Ride and The Mummy.
If you're looking for cheap yet authentic perfumes, Mustafa Square is the place to go. Shop until you drop for gadgets, accessories, clothes and my favorite, chocolates!
Chinatown is where the traditional stuffs to buy and foods to eats. I highly recommend to try the Ice Kachang. Food hawkers offer original Singaporean cuisine like spicy crabs.
Although Singapore is such an expensive place, you'll never get bored with their state of the art attractions and you will be amazed with their very discplined citizens.Read more
Cambodia, also known as the Kingdom of Cambodia, is located in the culturally riched region of Southeast Asia. From greenery rice fields to towering majestic temples, Cambodia is a perfect getaway for travel junkies.
The most iconic site in Cambodia is the Angkor Wat Temple. The fascinating architecture of temple will surely put you in awe. I also got a chance to experience the boat ride to the floating village. I was surprised how they managed to live a life surrounded by a body of water, the Tonle Sap Lake.
Cambodia also offers the most exotic dish I ever tried in my entire life, from crawling bugs, spiders and scorpions to edible tree maggots. But my most favorite dishes will be the Amok and Beef Laksa. Highly recommend!
The best part of this travel is how I got to know how hospitable Cambodians are and how they preserve the cultural importance of their country.Read more