JEWELRY DESIGNER ANN ONG TAKES THE GLOBAL STAGE WITH HER SPRING-SUMMER 2018 COLLECTION

Renowned Filipina jewelry designer and three-time Katha Awards winner Ann Ong continues to make her mark on the global change as she presents her newest collection of handcrafted, one-of-a-kind pieces, titled Surround yourself with...

Bangkok Adventure!

Well, it was mostly a lot of walking and eating. Bangkok has always been a city of extremes - at least for me. One thing about Bangkok though is that it will never ever...
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Royal elephant Kraal – Ayutthaya

Going to Thailand, there are some things that you would want to cross off your list of authentic Thai experience. For me, one of them was to meet an elephant up close, possibly give...

Wat Phanan Choeng

Wat Phanan Choeng is one of the many temples and places of Buddhist interest that you can visit in Ayutthaya, Thailand's former capital. What makes Wat Phanan Choeng special is that it has a...

Chao Sam Phraya Museum

The Chao Sam Phraya museum is tucked nicely across a lake and surrounded by trees and nature. The steps greets the visitors with an array of school shoes from the school kids on an...

Mekong Delta – a quick tour

Just like any major waterway, the Mekong River was an essential transportation, trade, military and economic location for several countries that it flows through. From China, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam - the...

Korean Eats!

To begin with, I already am a huge fan of kimchi. I love it with everything - steak, soups, rice, on its own... you get the idea. Being in Korea, the birthplace of kimchi,...

Winter in Korea – ice fishing

Winter is probably one of those things that most Pinoys don't get to experience. No, Baguio does not count although the weather there now is in the single digits so it does come close....

I fell in love with Laurieton

Australia has a lot of places to go to - from the usual places known by tourists and then there are those that are almost like little secrets that you are torn between sharing...

G’day Sydney! Inside the Opera House

I'm back in Sydney's arms for the first part of 2017. Last year, I was able to see and explore the city and have my moment with the famed Sydney Opera House as well...

Getting lost in Hong Kong

I have been to Hong Kong several times but I still haven't quite gotten the hang of being here. There are still a lot of places to visit and see and I get amazed...

The story of an expensive tongue numbing dinner

When traveling, I much prefer to eat local food than the usual things that I can eat at home. It adds to the whole traveling experience and gives you a delicious insight as to...

Ngong Ping and the Giant Buddha

I had an afternoon and nothing to do on a Sunday in Hong Kong. So, I dragged travel buddy to go visit the giant Buddha in Ngong Ping. There are several ways to get to...

New York, New York

They say New York is the city that never sleeps. If that's true, then Manila is the city that is on its 12th cup of pure caffeine and meth. New York does sleep. It...

What Las Vegas taught me

Las Vegas. Also known as Sin City and for very obvious reasons. Every available space seems to be glittering or blinking - inviting you to come in for a closer look, just close enough...