Eat Shop Hong Kong Part 1: Casa Hotel, Tsui Wah, Avenue of Stars & Dimdim Sum


Hong Kong is a city that isn’t foreign to me, I’ve resided in Hong Kong for 3 months for internship and thereafter, made a revisit with my mom and godma. I loved Hong Kong; coming back to this city makes me feels right at home, but that feeling had soon dissipated after this revisit with my immediate family. I don’t remember Hong Kong to be THIS crowded and their lousy service attitude needs plenty of work, but I guess that’s their culture which we can’t really fault. That said, there are still reasons to love Hong Kong – food & shopping! There was never a day we came back to the hotel empty-handed nor went about a day without a satisfied tummy.

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Yogyakarta Part 2: Borobudur & Prambanan


As mentioned in the previous post, we had to rise at 2.30am for the Borobudur Sunrise tour, which was quite a struggle considering the fact that we are not an early riser. We hired a shared transport before our trip, and our driver picked us up from our hostel at about 3.30 – 4am. Borobudur is located at Central Java, slightly further from Jogja, it took us almost an hour to reach our destination.

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Yogyakarta Part 1: Introduction

Jogja Part1

At the mere mention of Indonesia, the first few places that come to mind would be Bali, Bandung, Bintan and Jakarta BUT Yogyakarta (also known as Jog-ja or Jogjakarta). As we were doing our research on this place, we had a hard time gathering information and reviews for it was not popularly blogged nor visited. It’s a place typically overlooked. A boring city it seems, but I begged to differ after having experienced it ourselves.

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