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City folk these days seldom have the luxury to sit down together with family members for a meaningful meal. That's why when the holy month of Ramadan rolls around, they do not pass up the opportunity to break fast with loved ones. To make it even more memorable, do so over a scrumptious traditional cuisine that ... 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 »

If you had thought that Langkawi is solely about duty-free shopping, massages and cable car rides, you can't be more wrong. The island now boasts a treetop challenge known as Umgawa Zipline Eco Adventures. Opened to the public sometime in October 2016, its catchy name was derived from old Tarzan movies, where Tarzan himself used it ... continue reading »

One of the highlights of my luxurious 3D/2N vacation to Langkawi Island last week hosted by Resorts World Langkawi was a sunset cruise on-board Tropical Charters Langkawi's twin-deck catamaran. The boat left the Resorts World Langkawi marina at about 5pm and off we went sailing in the Andaman Sea. The duration of the cruise was three ... continue reading »

Having visited Langkawi a few times, I have heard about Resorts World Langkawi. I had not put up at the property before but was there once to attend a dinner function. I was impressed by the views the resort offered and had hoped to return one day for a longer stay. Therefore, it was like a ... continue reading »

Hat Yai, the largest city of Thailand's Songkhla Province, and its business centre, used to be like a second home for many Ipohites. There were plenty of shuttle vans and buses making weekly trips from Ipoh in the 1980s. I don't find such services these days, probably because Hat Yai is no longer popular among ... continue reading »

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