An outing around Kuching with Indonesian Bloggers. Places of visit include Bako National Park, Top Spot Seafood Centre and Siniawan Food Street.
This is a short feature on the Sunset River Cruise on Board the MV Equatorial in Kuching, Sarawak. Gives you an idea on what to expect and also the sights to be seen during this sunset cruise. One thing for sure is that on a nice sunny day, expect an amazing sunset.
This is a brief write up about Rock Climbing in Kuching, Sarawak. it gives you some information on climbing gyms in the city and outdoor climbing routes nearby Kuching.
A short feature on the best noodles in Sarawak. Mee Kicap at 2020 cafe Miri. Of all the noodle dishes I have tried all my life, this is to date the best noodles I've had and I keep coming back for more each time I am in Miri.
Quick and simple recommendations for parents with kids on things to do in Kuching. Mainly highlights on Cultural and Nature experiences around Kuching, Sarawak, Borneo.
My favourite aspect of the Rainforest World Music Festival is the interactive workshops during the afternoons of the three day festival. I've always recommended to my dear friends that they must make an effort to attend the workshops. Why? It is because it gives you an insight into the culture of the performers. It explains... Continue Reading →
This year is the 20th edition of the Rainforest World Music Festival and will be from July 14 - 16, 2017 at the Sarawak Cultural Village. If it is your first time or a newbie as we say nowadays, here are some tips for you and are in no particular order of importance. Most of... Continue Reading →
Bats and Spiders. Probably those are the first things that comes to mind when we encounter the word 'cave'. Can't blame you though, I had that in mind too when I was informed by the rock climbing group about a trip to Sirih Cave on Serian which had a climbing wall with some climbs to... Continue Reading →
I remember a few years back, well actually many many years back, I had the opportunity to meet up with my former teacher from secondary school, Cikgu Awang. I can't quite remember what he taught me in school but I do vividly remember the moment when he so proudly said to me "Fish laaa.. I'm... Continue Reading →