The Bund, Shanghai
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The Bund is probably Shanghai’s most popular tourist destination. Its row of historical buildings lined the western bank of Huangpu River, opposite the downtown area of Pudong. Architecturally fascinating, these buildings and the waterfront area have long been the undisputed … Read More

11-Days of Free & Easy: Japan (Hakone Highlights)
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This is Part#4 (Hakone Highlights) of my Jun-2015 Japan travel blog. Refer to the list of contents below for the links to other parts of the blog. Happy reading! =)   Contents 11-Days Free & Easy Itinerary for Japan (Tokyo, … Read More

11-Days of Free & Easy: Japan (Kyoto Highlights)
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This is Part#3 (Kyoto Highlights) of my Jun-2015 Japan travel blog. Refer to the list of contents below for the links to other parts of the blog. Happy reading! =)   Contents 11-Days Free & Easy Itinerary for Japan (Tokyo, … Read More

11-Days of Free & Easy: Japan (Osaka Highlights)
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This is Part#2 (Osaka Highlights) of my Jun-2015 Japan travel blog. Refer to the list of contents below for the links to other parts of the blog. Happy reading! =)   Contents 11-Days Free & Easy Itinerary for Japan (Tokyo, … Read More

11-Days of Free & Easy: Japan (Tokyo Highlights)
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With its deep cultural heritage inter-weaved with technology advancements, Japan is an extremely dynamic country with many self-contradictory aspects. Japan is one of the most desirable travel addresses in Asia though its relatively high cost means that it would burn a rather big hole … Read More

4 Great Tips for your Japan Holiday
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Planning for a Free & Easy trip can be a mind-boggling process. All aspects need to be well thought out to ensure a smooth and enjoyable trip. Though tedious, those who had done such planning will attest that these efforts add immensely more fun … Read More

Tioman Dive Trip (Malaysia, May 2015)
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Another tick on my bucket list! I’ve always wanted to take up scuba diving since young. However, I was never able to do it either due to lack of cash or time. Yes, it is not expensive, but when you’re … Read More

Adventure in Sarawak, Malaysia (Part 3/3: Exploring Kuching Waterfront)
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By the time we returned back to our hostel in Kuching (Lodge121; map), it was late afternoon and we decided to check out the Kuching Waterfront area (map) which is just a short 10minutes (1km) walk away. The Kuching Waterfront … Read More

Adventure in Sarawak, Malaysia (Part 2/3: Challenging Pinnacles Hike, Mulu)
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The Pinnacles hike overview (details in website: click here) The Pinnacles are a group of razor-sharp limestone formations found on Gunung Api (aka. Mount Api). Formed by centuries of water eroding the unique limestone formations in the area, these spikes … Read More

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