Beat The HK Heat! 7 Things To Bring in Hong Kong During Summer

As much as I prefer to travel during the colder months, there are just times when my impulsive self books a ticket to a place warmer than my own country. Last month, my friend and I decided to book tickets to the fragrant harbour, Hong Kong. Unlike the Philippines, Hong Kong has three seasons (based…

Singapore in 2 Days!

Start your year right, they say. Last December, I decided to spend Christmas day and greet the new year with some of family and relatives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. While I was there, I decided to do a side trip to Singapore. ~ It’s been more than five years since my last visit to Singapore….

Amazing Guandu: Taipei Flower Festival

As I was searching for places to see and things to try in Taiwan, I came across Amazing Guandu. The 2017 Amazing Guandu is a flower festival which aims to promote the Summer Universiade of Taiwan while simultaneously beautifying the city. I was fascinated so I included it in our Taiwan Itinerary. Also read: DIY Trips:…

DIY Trips: I Spent Less than ₱10,500 for 5D5N in Taiwan

Ni Hao! I just came back from my trip to Taiwan and I can’t wait to tell you more about it. Over the years, Taiwan has developed its own dynamic culture. It has progressed so much despite being always compared or related to mainland China. In all honesty, Taiwan has never been on top of…

DAY 3,4,5,6,7… Hillsong Conference!

Have you tried having down times that you can’t find any motivation to do what you really have to do? And by do, I mean write… Well, if you’ve been reading my posts, you’re well aware that I haven’t finished my Sydney ‘sequel’ just yet… Basically, Day 3 was a day intended for shopping and…

Day 2: Beach Hopping in Sydney

I’m starting to regret a little bit now that I’m writing the sequence of events during my Sydney trip. But since I already started with Day 1, might as well proceed to the second day. DAY 2 Still on the high of finally being in Sydney, I woke up early to prepare my stuff. I…

Day 1: Sydney Landmarks with Jennica

We arrived around 12 noon (SYD time). It was my first long haul flight and I was more excited than nervous. I think some travelers would agree that passing through immigration counters and customs can give you a slight panic. Usually, I don’t overthink about it but since almost all of my friends ‘warned’ me…

DIY Trips: Twelve Days In Sydney, Spots and Expenses

I think everyone would be eager to know how much one spends whenever he or she travels. I went to Sydney for twelve days and majority of my friends have asked me, “how much my Sydney trip cost“. Just a quick background, the main reason why I went to Australia last July is to attend one…

Exploring Nusa Penida Before Sunset

ONE DAY IS NOT ENOUGH. I honestly wished I had more time! It’s okay though because it only means I’ll have more reasons to come back. Nusa Penida, as I have mentioned in my previous post, is one of the best highlights during my Bali trip. Bali is undeniably crowded with tourists from all over the world but…

5 Things To Remember Before Climbing Mt. Batur (For First-timers)

In my previous write-up “DIY Trips: 6D5N Bali Itinerary + Budget“, I shared about reaching the top of the third highest peak in Bali, Indonesia – Gunung Batur. Gunung (Mount) Batur is located in Batur village, Kintamani District, Bali, Indonesia. It is an active volcano which draws tourists because of its natural beauty and because it…

DIY Trips: A Watcher on the Great Wall of China

“Did you really walk on the Great Wall?” That was the first question I got after my trip to Beijing, China. Seeing “THE” Great Wall of China from afar was already a majestic experience but being able to stand and walk on it was extremely amazing. I am overly impressed on how the wall was…

DIY Trips: 6D5N Bali Itinerary + Budget

Nothing excites me more than traveling to a new place. So before anything else, let me share my latest trip to the Emerald of the Equator, Indonesia. Indonesia, like the Philippines, is an archipelago. It is a Southeast Asian nation made up of thousands of volcanic islands and a home to hundreds of ethnic groups speaking…