Sites of interests in Sepang, Selangor: Cyberjaya Lake Garden
The Mah Meri aborigine group and their fascinating culture and traditions are featured at the Mah Meri Cultural Village in Kuala Langat, Selangor.
The current global lockdown is going to force most of us to grow roots where we are right now. I for one am going to make the best of it […]
If I could bottle my favourite scent I’d call it ‘After Rain’. It will capture the fresh scent of wet grass, vegetation, palm frond, fresh earth and the subtle scent […]
The view of a full moon usually goes unnoticed when you live in a busy city with bright lights, traffic noise and not so good air quality. It’s been three […]
I never understood my mother’s generation’s obsession with collecting dishes. She and her contemporaries would spend hours in the household section of shops and shopping centres looking for a good […]
It’s Palm Sunday today and for the first time in our lives we began Holy Week with mass live streamed from the Church of the Divine Mercy in our diocese […]
One of my favourite photos – oil lamps illuminating this unnamed lane in Cherlai Bazar in Fort Kochi, Kerala, India. The Hindu residents in homes along this lane had lit […]
I’m no homebody, so when the Movement Control Order (MCO) was enforced mid-March and extend into mid-April. I assumed that I would go a little bonkers in no time. Oddly […]
Explore this serene plantation at the foothills of the Titiwangsa and enjoy the healing properties of Gaharu Gopeng.
The colours and architecture of Park Güell in Barcelona captures the style of its designer Antoni Gaudi whose designs mimic nature, and plays with light and reflection to infuse a […]
Things you take for granted until it’s beyond your reach because of restricted movement. Our sweet treat just one month ago on a scorching hot afternoon along the streets of […]
On a cold winter’s day there is noting more comforting than walking into a cosy comfortable corner for some warmth, and for us in Andorra this was Hotel de I’lsard […]
A lazy Saturday at Cafe-Bistrot David with good friends is all we needed after such a drama fuelled week in the country. Calling in that morning to book a table, […]
After a gruelling four hour drive through early monsoon showers, and bumpy pot-holed and landslide ridden roads, we arrived at the Gruenberg Tea Plantation Haus which was to be our […]
I heard of Kerala’s Backwaters for the first time from my 93 year-old grandfather who was at that time, slowly slipping into early stages of dementia. “I used to sell […]