Posted on September 4, 2016
Have you ever heard about Penang in Malaysia? It’s a state of Malaysia located on the northwest coast, by the Strait of Malacca. It comprises two parts – Penang Island, where the capital city, Georgetown, is located, and Seberang Perai on the Malay Peninsula.
I had a chance to travel to George Town on Penang Island in June 2016. It was one of my short escapes from Bali (a visa run) and I choose George Town because of it´s famous street food and pretty cool street art. Read More
Bangkok is a crazy city! It is the capital city of Thailand where over 14 million people (22.2 percent) live. You can find everything there: adventure in Bangkok, street food, fun or spiritual time, shopping, chilling in the park or drinking yummy cocktails in one of the roof top bars. This might be the most exciting Asian or Southeast Asian city that you should visit at least once in a lifetime. Read More
It was my childhood dream to visit the third-largest island in the world called Borneo. The reason was that I’ve heard a lot about wild life and beautiful nature there. It also gave me the impression that the island was not that crowded with tourists and backpackers as the other parts of South East Asia.
Because I live in Bali, Indonesia I wanted to experience a different country, so I decided to travel to the Malaysian part of Borneo. I found out very quickly that Borneo is so huge that it was impossible to see it in 10 days. I decided to visit only one province and discover it in more details. Based on a consultation with my travel buddies I choose province called Sabah. I would like to share my experience and tips for food, accommodation and activities. Enjoy! Read More