Travelling can be an expensive affair, as I have recently discovered during my nine-day vacation in the Netherlands, especially coming from Malaysia where our currency, Malaysian Ringgit, is more than … Read More
Having spent nine days in the Netherlands recently, it was fascinating to see so many dogs being taken out by their owners in their daily course of life.
Cycling is a way of life in the Netherlands. Prior to my 9-day trip to the country, I have never seen this many bicycles in my life. Not only are … Read More
On a free day during the Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014, a special press programme was organised by The City of The Hague and yours truly, a travel blogger, was … Read More
Built in the shape of a boat, Restaurant Catch by Simonis, opened for business since last year at the Marina Scheveningen, is one of three restaurants owned by the Simonis … Read More
Holland, in general, is littered with sculptures. Some make sense to me, some don’t, and only seem as though they were put together with scraps of metal and wood without … Read More
Stepping into citizenM hotel in Rotterdam is like returning home. Well, that is, if home is set up so stylishly and cosily!
While in The Hague, I did not miss out on the opportunity to check out Tong Tong Fair. The 12-day fair, said to be the biggest Eurasian fair in the … Read More
The Japanese Garden (De Japanse Tuin) within Clingendael Estate in Den Haag (The Hague) was created in early 20th century by then owner of the estate, Marguérite M. Baroness van … Read More
Oddly enough, Amsterdam’s Red Light District, just a short walk from the Sex Museum, Venustempel, is a major tourist attraction by itself. Consisting of a network of alleys, De Wallen, … Read More