Singapore, Travel

Travel Blog: Day Trip to Pulau Ubin, Singapore

  One fine Sunday morning we thought, “hm… why don’t we make a day trip to Pulau Ubin?”. Feeling adventurous, pack a backpack of water and towel, applied some sunblock, off we go ! 1. Travelling to Pulau Ubin from Singapore We drove to Changi Point Ferry Terminal (Near Village Hotel Changi and Changi Village… Read More Travel Blog: Day Trip to Pulau Ubin, Singapore

Bali, Hotel, Travel

Travel Blog: My villas in bali Seminyak (Review)

This is our probably 3rd time staying in this lovely villa in Bali. It’s name is literally – My Villas in Bali Jl. Camplung Tanduk, No. 24, Seminyak 80361, Indonesia Location This little secret villa tugged just behind the busy street of Jalan Camplung Tanduk of Seminyak. Despite so close to all the amenities yet it is so… Read More Travel Blog: My villas in bali Seminyak (Review)

Australia, Travel, Wine, Wine Regions

Wine Blog: Tasmania, Tamar Valley

Country: Australia Wine Region: Tamar Valley, Northern Tasmania Common grape varieties produced from the region: Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir (red)   Wine Facts of Tasmania Tasmanian Wine Style: mild summer and long autumn in Tasmania creates very elegant cool climate wines such as Pinot Noir, sparkling wines, Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc. Especially Pinot Noir… Read More Wine Blog: Tasmania, Tamar Valley

Airlines Review, Travel

Review: Singapore Airlines, Business Class Review: SIN-SFO B777-300ER

I was travelling on Singapore Airlines new business class from Singapore to San Francisco (via ICN). 136,000 Kris flyer miles spent + tax of $431.90, both ways from SIN-SFO-SIN. That was a super saver ticket so it really depends on your luck because not all flights have this package available. It can be either on the… Read More Review: Singapore Airlines, Business Class Review: SIN-SFO B777-300ER

California, Carmel-by-the-sea, Hotel, Tickle Pink Inn, Travel, USA

Travel Blog: Tickle Pink Inn Hotel Review @California, Carmel-by-the-sea

Carmel-by-the-Sea (Central Coast California) 1 hour 44 minute drive from SFO airport It’s a nice small beach city located at Central Coast, Monterey. Known for its rich artistic history and beautiful scenery Dog friendly city It took us less than 2 hours drive from SFO Airport (where we get our rented car) to Carmel Valley.… Read More Travel Blog: Tickle Pink Inn Hotel Review @California, Carmel-by-the-sea

California, Cameron Highlands, Carmel-by-the-sea, Travel, USA

Travel Blog: Carmel 17 Mile Drive (Pebble Beach)

Carmel’s 17 Mile Drive 17-Mile Drive is a 27 km scenic road through Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula in Northern California, much of which hugs the Pacific coastline and passes famous golf courses, mansions and scenic attractions, including the Lone Cypress, Bird Rock and the 5,300-acre Del Monte Forest of Monterey Cypress trees.… Read More Travel Blog: Carmel 17 Mile Drive (Pebble Beach)

California, Carmel-by-the-sea, Travel, USA

Travel Blog: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Amusement Park (1 hour+ drive from SFO)  

After staying for a few days in Carmel, it’s time to go home.  We took Highway 1 (Pacific Coast Highway) on the way from Carmel to SFO. It is probably one of the most beautiful highway we’ve seen. It was a good drive as the scenery was amazing along the California coastline.

California, Travel, Wine, Wine Regions

Wine Blog: Visiting Carmel Valley AVA (Central Coast California)

Country: United States State: California County: Monterey Region: Carmel Valley AVA Grape varieties and AVAs The Central Coast of California has the maritime influence from the Pacific Ocean. Cold winds blowing from the Pacific create blankets of fog to cool the coastal area. The cooling effect is good for delicate varieties such as Pinot Noir… Read More Wine Blog: Visiting Carmel Valley AVA (Central Coast California)

California, Carmel-by-the-sea, Travel, USA

Travel Blog: Old Fishermans’ Wharf at Monterey, Central California

Monterey Fisherman’s Wharf built in 1870 for loading and unloading of passengers. Used to be home of many Sardine Factories. Today, it has become a tourist attraction in Monterey.         Full of tourists, seafood restaurants, candy stores, jewellery stores.