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Queuing is part of Japanese life which is a definite contrast to Malaysians. The Japanese people queues up in a very orderly fashion and even when the line starts moving. While Malaysians tend to jump queue whenever it’s possible or squeeze their way through at any cost.  Therefore, on this faithful day at 30th December 2012,

The Emperor’s Birthday

Japan, is one unique nation that best represents the fusion of both traditional and modern elements in their lifestyle. Despite Japan being an extremely high tech country, there’s always a little something that is never too far away from their roots and culture. On the 23rd of December, I was right there at the Imperial

Preparation & Overview (Japan Trip 2012)

Finally, I’m able to start writing about my most awaited Japan Trip. This will be my 2nd time to Japan and also 2nd time back to Tokyo. This was my longest vacation so far traveling with B. 2012 has been a great traveling year for me. I’ve been to quite a number of places for

Padang-Padang Beach and Uluwatu

There are a huge number of beaches on the island of Bali, but one of my most favourite is the Padang-Padang Beach. Sounds familiar? Well, that’s the beach where Julia Roberts filmed the famous movie “Eat, Pray, Love”. As we were already in the South part of Bali, our tour guide suggested us to visit

Tanah Lot & Garuda Wisnu Kencana

After a good night sleep, we got to wake up slightly later in the morning because today’s schedule was not as packed as the day before. After Fann & I grabbed our breakfast at the lobby restaurant, we waited for Boby to come fetch us to continue our photography journey. Our next destination was the

Kintamani & Besakih Temple

Continuing our journey up north, this coming destination is also one of the most beautiful in Bali. Roughly about 2 hours drive from Kuta, you will reach this spot called Kintamani, which is famous for Bali’s volcanoes. It is a highland area in the north of East Bali. Well, because Kintamani is high in the

Tegallalang & Pura Tirta Empul

After filling our tummies with the delicious babi guling at Ibu Oka’s, we continued our photography journey. Our next stop was Tegallalang. It is situated to the north of Ubud. It is a market town known for its wood carvings as well as temples and surrounding land terraces planted with rice. While we were there, we

Ubud & Babi Guling Ibu Oka

We didn’t do much on the first day in Bali because we reached the airport at night. Our exciting tour begins on the second day. Before we get started, we need to know that Bali has no subway system, lack of buses which means it would be hard to travel around without a vehicle of