Just a quick post to say we have made it to 100 days since we left home…bring on the next 100!
Here’s the video of our fun times in Malaysia and Singapore…
1. Tuk Tuk in Bangkok…fun, scary and ever so slightly death-defying. Just be sure to bargain your price before you climb on board. 2. Sawngaethew in Chiang Mai…a communal open-backed hop on, hop off van. Like the tuk tuk’s in Bangkok, just make sure you work out your price before you get in. 3. The … More Top 5 Friday: Modes Of Transport In SE Asia
A spin off from their first hostel just around the corner, Beary Nice! by a Beary Good Hostel in Chinatown is honestly an incredible place to stay. It’s quite small, with only three dorms (each with roughly 10 beds in), but the atmosphere is fantastic. You are greeted with a warm and friendly smile and … More Hostel Review: Beary Nice! By A Beary Good Hostel, Singapore
We arrived at KL airport at about 3pm local time (an hour ahead of Thailand) and at once looked for Alli (our friend from Camp Sloane), who had flown in an hour before us. However, after a few minutes of searching, we soon realised that she was at a different terminal…error! Thankfully the airport had … More Kuala Lumpur and Singapore
We only spent about 6 days in these two cities combines, but they were both brilliant places to hang out and see some sights…here are my top tips for things to do if you eve happen to be in KL or Singapore: 1. Get your feet nibbled by fish at Central Market (KL). 2. Stay … More Top 10 Things To Do In Kuala Lumpur & Singapore
The Matahari Lodge is one of the coolest, nicest places I’ve stayed at on this trip so far. It’s safe, clean, friendly, and the rooms are excellently decorated, giving it a homely sort of feel. When you first arrive you’ll need to get the lift up to the third floor where you’ll find the reception … More Hostel Review: Matahari Lodge, Kuala Lumpur
Here’s the second part to our Thai adventures…the islands!
When we arrived in Hat Yai it was raining, so we tried to find somewhere to stay as quickly as possible and soon came across the Cathay Guesthouse, upon the recommendation of both Lonely Planet and a nearby tour company. We walked in and it seemed nice enough and had a large communal lobby area … More Hotel Review: Cathay Guesthouse, Hat Yai
Here’s the video of our time in Cambodia…visiting Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.