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Ding dong! Ring the door bell of Huskiss PJ and a pack of dogs rushes over to welcome you, waggly tail and all. A visit to Huskiss in PJ (Kelana Jaya) is pure indulgence, because for a fee of RM25, what you get in return is just 1.5 hours of doggie time with a group of ... continue reading »

Kuching’s Darul Hana Bridge

Jul 24, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - HUAWEI P20 PRO, Travel

Launched by His Excellency The Governor Of Sarawak, Tun Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud on 11th November, 2017 at 11.11pm, Kuching's Darul Hana Bridge is an S-shaped pedestrian bridge that links the north and south sections of the city. This iconic landmark is at the famous Kuching Waterfront, with the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building ... continue reading »

Cat Museum @ Kuching, Sarawak

Jul 23, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - HUAWEI P20 PRO, Travel

The feline is by default the icon of Kuching city, by virtual of the fact that cat is called "kucing" in Bahasa Malaysia. Therefore, it is no surprise that one can see lots of references to the cat all over the city. When visiting Kuching, it is legit to drop by its Cat Museum, housed within the ... continue reading »

About 45 minutes' drive north from Kuching city, Damai Beach Resort in Santubong, Sarawak fronts South China Sea, covering 90 acres of land. A stay at Damai Beach Resort offers many different experiences, due to the property's extensive accommodation types, from standard superior and deluxe rooms to traditional longhouses plus baruk suites. With 242 units of rooms ... continue reading »

Another Kathmandu destination that's high up on the list of tourist attractions is Swayambhunath, or popularly known as Monkey Temple by the fact that it teems with primates. This ancient religious architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley actually means 'Sublime Trees' in Tibetan language. Swayambhunath, one of seven groups of monuments and structures in Kathmandu ... continue reading »

Although I was in Nepal, roof of the world, for ten days, I only had limited time in its capital city of Kathmandu. Nonetheless, I managed to visit one of the most popular landmarks of the city: Boudhanath. In fact, I visited twice, upon my arrival at Kathmandu from Kuala Lumpur, and again when I ... continue reading »

Upon returning to Kathmandu following a 7-day epic backpacking-cum-trekking adventure at Manaslu Conservation Area, my choice of accommodation was the newly-operated Hotel Jay Suites in Thamel. I spent two nights before departing for Kuala Lumpur and onwards to my hometown, Ipoh. Having already stayed at Bouddha, Thamel was the perfect choice. This tourist hub is like ... continue reading »

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