With flabbergasting attractions; breathtaking skylines-like oa, splendid skyscrapers, impressive architecture, notable historical landmarks, amusing activities, complemented by its friendly transportation system, welcoming locals, scrumptious food- with no doubt, Hong Kong and Macau are must-visits countries that will definitely amaze you! With that, let me share to you a secret that is perfect for you #BudgetTrip to Hong Kong and Macau.
Among all the countries in South East Asia, the country of Brunei seems to be the less-traveled one. Well, I understand how small and limited the attractions are within the city. But, let me tell you this: Brunei is more than it’s city attractions. There is beauty behind this country, and it is not just restrained in the bounds of its city, but marvelously extends to its quaint and unspoiled natural resources. And yes, I’m talking about the splendor of Ulu Temburong National Park.
Traveling to Hong Kong usually means traveling around the hustle and bustle of the city, doing shopping, try a lot of their foods, do sight seeing which basically just involve the city. Well, Hong Kong chiefly is known for its city’s attractions actually. But what if you take your trip to Hong Kong up to the next level?
Itching for a getaway but the rainy season is just so epal and just ruin your spirit of traveling? Bes, don’t let the rain stop you from doing what you crave! There are tons of choices to choose from for a weekend rainy getaway that is perfect for you. And personally, here’s the best suggestion I can offer! ❤
We all love instagram-worthy / picturesque places right? Of course! Pic Pac Aura Photos are famed in our generation today! Thus, I am here to share to you an ultimate instagram worthy / picturesque place that I just discovered a week ago that will literally blow your mind.
What is it like to be immersed with the locals in Hong Kong, where you don’t just get to discover their history, their culture, and most importantly their food (lol), but also get to be involved with them deeply? Well that’s what happened during our Good Evening Kowloon Walking Tour.
Are you like Hansel and Gretel where you deeply love Gingerbread houses?! Now, we can make your gingerbread dreams happen!!! Ask me how 💛