Some things I learnt traveling with three kids

Returned slightly more than a week ago from my family vacation to Hong Kong, and gosh, took me nearly a whole week to recover!  Notwithstanding the tiredness, I’ve learnt a number of things (about myself and life in general) from the trip: Traveling with 1 kid...

Sabah quake – remembering the lives lost

It had been a difficult week when an earthquake woke me up from my bed on 5 June 2015. The 5.8 magnitude earthquake, lasting 30 seconds, struck Ranau in Sabah (59km from the state capital of Kota Kinabalu). While the capital city felt the tremors, it was barely...

Happy Lunar New Year

To all my friends and readers celebrating the Lunar New Year (better known as the Chinese New Year in Singapore), here’s wishing you Happiness and Prosperity for...

Holidaying with the family

Back from my week-long holiday in Western Australia a couple of days ago. Planning for this road trip had ‘inspired’ my earlier posts on my last road journey in Australia. The big difference this time round, however, is having a 3 year old child and 6...

Family Travel

I’ve always believed that it is a wonderful experience to travel and see the world together as a family. There may be pains and heartaches, as well as arguments and disagreements, along the way but the shared memories from a trip together is absolutely priceless...

The land beneath the wind

I do have to apologise to anyone following this site for the lack of updates (and for not concluding the travelogue that I have started on my not-so-recent trip to Europe). My (enforced) absence was mainly due to my recent move from the island of Lombok in Indonesia...