KL is my city as I have lived here – in Bukit Bintang, specifically – for the past 23 years after returning from my studies in Japan. I know the ins and outs of the Bukit Bintang area like the back of my hand.
Travelling requires a coordination of the five senses. What we see can be reinforced by what we hear and touch, and what we taste can be tempered or enhanced by what we smell.
As more tourists make their way to the Caribbean island, many wonder if foreign influencers will take over Cuba’s cultural heritage.
One day, about five centuries ago, a goatherd named Kaldi in the ancient kingdom of Kaffa found his goats unusually active and excited.
Delicious, authentic food is one of the biggest attractions of any destination because it makes one’s memories a lot sweeter, thus tempting visitors to return for more.
Emperor Akihito, the 125th emperor of Japan, will abdicate on April 30 to make way for his son Naruhito’s accension. This will mark the start of a new era for the country.
In my travels around the world, I have come to appreciate the beauty of the vehicle licence plate and love taking pictures of unusual ones.
Among the 196 member states in the UN are countries that don’t accept each other’s status. Nevertheless, they are all sovereign countries recognised in accordance to the UN charter.
Last week, while browsing in Taipei’s famous bookstore, Eslite, I was, as usual, attracted by the books placed prominently on the best seller rack. One particular title stood out – Thank You for Being Late – by New York Times bestselling author Thomas L. Friedman.
I respect the efforts of the Taiwan tourism officers (TVA) and the people involved in the country’s travel trade for tirelessly working on improving the tourism industry.