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Knowing Yogyakarta Indonesia

Most Filipino travelers would go to nearby countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Macau (Visa free country) but very few would go to Indonesia. Most Filipinos would only know Bali and Jakarta but little did we know that Indonesia has so much to offer for all types of travelers.
In July 2016, I got invited by the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia together with 50+ other South East Asian bloggers and influencers to travel around Indonesia for 12 days. I extended my trip to Jakarta for 3 days and was not able to do so much because of the traffic jam. Few from our batch went to Yogyakarta and seeing their amazing photos made me want and eager to go back to Indonesia and visit Yogyakarta.
Luckily Last January 2018, I was able to go back in Indonesia, had a 4-day trip to Jakarta with AirAsia and finally extended my trip for another 4 days just to see the wonders of Yogyakarta. I always wanted to visit temples and palaces in this region and finally, I did. Let me share you where we s…

Places To See In Singapore For FREE

My first visit to Singapore was back in 2002 when I was in college, it was during my sem break and I stayed in Singapore for 2 weeks. My aunt who was back then working as a nurse in Singapore gave me a post-birthday gift/tour. It was my first out of the country trip and I was so excited that I will ride an airplane as an adult (lol). I didn't know what to expect in Singapore because all I know is that the country is very strict, got so many laws - no chewing gum, no spitting, no smoking and a lot more. Though it wasn't my concern back I was anticipating what country looked like, is it like Manila? or Makati with tall buildings?

Exclusive Accommodation: El Masfino Hotel and Resort

Folks living in Metro Manila who wants a quick getaway and get off of the busy city, they will pack their bags and head straight to either Batangas, Laguna or Tagaytay to get a dose of Vitamin Sea or perhaps an overnight stay in a hot spring resort, but little did I know that aside from these provinces there is also a place just an hour away from Manila that you can enjoy fresh air and relax for a weekend.

Guide To Thailand: Where To Stay in Bangkok and Chiang Mai

A few weeks ago, I traveled to 5 South East Asian countries together with 4 other Travel Bloggers. It's been my long plan to cross the border to this 5 countries - Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

Places To See in Singapore for free READ HERE

BAG DILEMMA? Backpack or Luggage

Are you a LIGHT or Heavy packer? Either way, it will always be where you will go and how long will be your trip. I love to travel, like every month I wanna go some place new and take tons of photos using my camera and my drone. Ever since I had my own drone about a year ago, I had this urge to always find a great place to fly. But having a drone is not easy to carry especially if you are traveling abroad and some countries will need a drone permit before you can fly your expensive toy/gadget. I have a hard case backpack for my DJI Phantom and it's quite heavy and super bulky, good thing I got a CABINZERO 44-Liter Backpack - my drone, DSLR and few clothes can all fit in whenever I'm on a short trip. 

Manila holds World Street Food Congress 2017

World Street Food Congress is organized and founded by K.F. Seetoh of Makansutra together with the Tourism Board of the Philippines they give us the largest and offers a wide range of street food from Asian countries and even European tastes. Culinary experts, hawkers, and foodies across the world. From May 31st to June 4th at the Mall of Asia Concert Ground, you can get to taste famous cuisines like Martabak of Indonesia, Piaya and Chicken Inasal of the Philippines, Puto Mayam of Malaysia, Pinakbet Pizza of Ilocos Philippines, and even Goat Sinigang of Pampanga Philippines. These are just a few of the food that can be bought at the World Street Food Congress, price range is from 150 Pesos / 3 USD to 300 Pesos / 6 USD.