Put your hands up for those who has ever caught yourself imagining walking on the streets of Korea with a popsicle in hand on a sunny yet breezy day.I know I did, and guess what, I did EXACTLY that when I was in Korea!
During my stay in Korea they brought us to a few streets: Insadong, Myeongdong, Bukchon Hanok and Itaewon. All these streets has their own specialty and definitely worth the visit, especially the first one!
Okay, so you've probably never heard of Gangneung and Pyeongchang before because all the K-dramas that you've watched was filmed in Seoul. Kinda like, foreigners would try to impress you with their geography by saying "I know the capital city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur" and then you continue to tell them you're from KK, Sabah which is 2 and a half hours away and they look at you as if you're from a different continent because if you have to fly for that long you might as well be in another country or continent already.
So anyways, for my exchange program, to enlightened us that Korea is more than just Seoul, we went out of the city and into the woods, located North of Seoul are Gangneung and Pyeongchang.
To my muslim friends out there who wants to travel but are always bogged down by one thing, FOOD. Fear not, as now you can put another place on your list; Krabi.
Simply because 90% of the food there is halal and trust me there is more to Krabi than it's halal food.
A 3D3N pre-grad trip:
1st night- Aonang Market, staying close to the market
2nd day- Island trip
2nd night-street food/7-11
3rd day- elephant trekking & emerald pool, blue pool
3rd night-The hilltop & more street food !
4th day- HOME
There are TONS of things to do in Seoul because this is the second time I went to Korea. The first time was with my mum's company (company trip) AND there was no repetition of the places I've been, I kid you not. But this time around, I'm just gonna write about the many museums and places I've been to around Seoul for the past 10 days.
First time in Port DIckson and this is because we (CZ, my sis and I) had to attend a KBS selection camp for exchange programs. We arrived one day before the camp (all expenses on our own) cause we're worried that we might be late, and plus we wanted to look around PD.
So we took Malindo Air from KK to KL then tax from KL to PD.
#np All these thoughts locked inside. -All American Rejects.
So a lot have been asking me, why do you go Brunei? What do you even do there? it's so boring, yada3. TRUE. I do not deny any of that. It's safe, it's boring, it's peaceful. It's a package. But there are places you can go to.
First on the list!
1. Royal Regalia
Well, it's hard to miss, it's a super big building and inside it are royal exhibits. It's function is pretty much like a museum. But there is museum in Brunei, just not sure where it is. .
And one thing i notice about it's the food. NOT local food, but the food that came from different places, Italian, Korean, Japanese Cuisine. They are not as localised as what we have here in KK. So if you guys are food lovers, should try out those cuisines. Thai food is not in but you guys should definitely give that a shot as well!
#np Whatever's meant to be will work out perfectly. -Avril Lavigne
Okays, so it's the first time I'm taking the ferry from Labuan to Brunei, heck for the my whole 14 year old life in Brunei I haven't even been to the jetty let alone take a ferry. And since I realise a lot of people didn't even know the existence of this mode of transportation, I will photoblog it, more like a guide I guess...
#np Don't look back, just go, take a breath, move along. -Boys Like Girls "Go"
Day 1 : Cave-Temples (that's what I call them)
Upon arrival, Kar Yee’s mum brought us for lunch (food will be written in another section). And after that we went for the Cave-temples!
First up, Ling Sen Tong.