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Own A Piece of Haven at Lagoi Bay Bintan

Apr 12, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Properties, Travel

I have some good news to share with you today. The Show Gallery for The Haven Bintan is ready and open for viewing as well as booking! Why should you be excited? It's because The Haven, Lagoi Bay Bintan is the crown jewel of Bintan Island in Indonesia. Additionally, this slice of paradise, which is the ... continue reading »

It’s Time To Treat Our Parents To A Luxurious Holiday

Apr 11, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Travel

We are almost hitting mid-April and it is time to start cracking our head on a treat for our parents. Just a gentle reminder, this year, Mother's Day falls on May 13 and Father's Day, June 17. You may think there's plenty of time to plan but believe me, time flies by so swiftly that before ... continue reading »

On my way to Langkawi's Oriental Village to ride the SkyCab, I thought that it would be my first experience on the famous Langkawi cable car. Ah, I had actually forgotten that I have taken a ride before, six years ago! It was ages ago, no wonder I had no memory of it. It was only ... continue reading »

3D Art Langkawi

Apr 7, 2018 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX400V, Travel

Avid followers of this blog inadvertently know that I like 3D art murals. Over these past few years, since 3D art became popular, I have visited quite a number of attractions wherever I go. The 3D art gallery that I visited recently was 3D Art Langkawi, located within Oriental Village on the island. This is no ordinary ... continue reading »

While Sakura Budget Hotel may not be in the heart of Hat Yai city centre, it is still situated in a convenient spot between the city centre of Lee Gardens where the action is, and Asean Night Bazaar at Asean Plaza. It is a ฿20 tuk-tuk ride away, either direction. If you prefer to walk, it ... continue reading »

If you would love to visit ASEAN Trade Market for some street shopping but it's Monday evening and the bazaar is closed, Lee Gardens Hatyai Walking Street is a good alternative. Of course, there are dissimilarities and many of the apparel sold here are Chinese products, not Thai. Well, something is better than nothing. At least, ... continue reading »

Whether you are taking the bus, train or plane to Hat Yai, Wat Hat Yai Nai should either be the first or last attraction to visit during your stay. This is because it is located along the road to the bus terminal, train station and Hat Yai International Airport. If you do not have your own ... continue reading »

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