Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Singapore Photo Dairy | Gardens by the Bay & Singapore Art Museum

Photo Dairy: Singapore

Singapore Photo Dairy: Gardens by the Bay & Singapore Art Museum


A short trip to Singapore. It was a trip with no preparation done and everything was decided on the day before the trip. The purpose of this trip is to meet a few friends, sight seeing some attraction and enjoy the feeling of getting lost. The experience that we gain during this trip is priceless and we truly enjoy it. 

Friday, 18 March 2016

Photo Diary | 泰国华欣 Hua Hin, Thailand Day 2

Photo Dairy: Hua Hin, Thailand Day 2



A Day 2 is all about eating. When we talk about Thailand, food will come into our mind first for sure. Thailand is a place full of spicy, sour and savory food. So, when you pay a visit to Hua Hin, their night market is a must to visit. No matter how pack your itinerary is, you still need to squeeze it in. To be honest, Hua Hin don't have much places to visit, so there is no reason to not visit their night market. Hua Hin have a few night market around and each of it is slight different than other. Since their food is quite cheap, so we go full force on eating when we are there. We even takeaway some food to have it in our Airbnb house.

Other than that, you can find local artist selling their art in the night market too. There is one artist in the night market selling hand drawn tote where you can customize upon request. We bought quite a few from him and get him to write names on it. Everything is draw in details such as the elephant even have eyelashes. It is so amazing. We suggest you to reach there earlier since it is a huge night market and most of the food require you queue. So, you will spend a lot of time there for food and shopping.

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

KOTA Dine & Coffee - when Francis meets rempah (Fort Cornwallis, Georgetown Penang)

When Francis meets rempah at KOTA, Fort Cornwallis Penang


Nyonya cuisine has a very unique taste which is the combination of both Chinese cooking technique and Malay spices. This combination makes Nyonya cuisine so famous and well accepted in Malaysia. Now, Nyonya cuisine has become one of the most representative dishes in Southeast Asia. Nyonya cuisine has a unique blend of spices which will improve your appetite. The blending of food culture is very interesting which makes me thinking of when Francis meets spices at Penang Island. What would it be if western cuisines combine with Southeast Asia spices?

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

GODSPEED 祝你安好 | Take a Look Back on February 2016

Hello, February

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched
- they must be felt with the heart.

-- Helen Keller --