Redang in S$500 (~1,500RM)

Planning your next weekend trip? Redang is an island off the East Coast of Malaysia which boasts pristine waters and an amazing sea life. It’s close proximity to Singapore makes it a popular beach getaway, although there are no direct flights there. The fastest way to get to Redang is to take a plane and transit at Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Terangganu. From there, you … Continue reading Redang in S$500 (~1,500RM)

Top 15 Must Eat Food in Penang, Malaysia

Penang — The Pearl of the Orient. It is known by many to have the best Malaysian food, and as a half Penangite, going to Penang is just my yearly ritual. Aside from visiting my relatives, Penang food is another reason that draws me there every year. You may be overwhelmed by the huge variety of local food that Penang offers, but fret not! Here … Continue reading Top 15 Must Eat Food in Penang, Malaysia

Hotel Review: Asian Belgian Dive Resort

Our first trip to the Philippines got us all jittery and nervous as we didn’t know what to expect. Of course this meant we took a lot more effort in doing extensive research into the culture and environment and most importantly, our accommodation.  As our main purpose for our trip was to dive, we eventually chose Cebu (check out our trip here!) and started looking … Continue reading Hotel Review: Asian Belgian Dive Resort

Moalboal, Philippines in S$500 (19,000 PHP)

Moalboal — one of the most popular dive towns in Cebu. This tiny town boasts world-class diving sites, and being able to observe the underwater life is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Philippines is one of the few places where you can dive at an amazing price, and don’t worry — quality is definitely not compromised. If you are interested in knowing how you can only spend … Continue reading Moalboal, Philippines in S$500 (19,000 PHP)