Masjid Al-bukhari

Closer to the southern border of Thailand than to Kuala Lumpur, the state capital of Kedah has interesting architecture that the traveler can visit. Alor Setar Architecture is mostly historic and heritage enthusiasts will definitely enjoy these old structures. Apart from these heritage buildings, there are also a few modern ones worthy of mention. Masjid Al Bukhary The Masjid Al Bukhary in the Al Bukhary Complex is an impressive Alor Setar architecture. The mosque’s white walls topped with beautiful lapis lazuli domes make it a…Continue Reading “Beautiful Alor Setar Architecture for a memorable visit”

If you’re a frequent traveler, hotel accommodation expenses really eat up much of the budget. For a traveler like me, I really don’t want to stay in dorm type rooms in hostels. I prefer the solitude I can have of staying alone in the room. That’s why when I travel especially abroad, I have a host of apps in my smartphone to check the cheapest rate. One time, during transit travel in Kuala Lumpur, where I just need to stay for a few hours and…Continue Reading “My HotelQuickly experience in Kuala Lumpur”

One of the things that I like about traveling between Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (both Terminals 1 & 2, KLIA and KLIA2, respectively) is the ease, speed and convenience via the KLIA Ekspres, a high speed, direct line train transfer that only takes you 28 minutes along the 57 kilometer track. There’s fast free wifi onboard, baggage racks and comfortable seats. What I love during a day trip? The views of the countryside and the changing terrain and landscape as one approaches…Continue Reading “Fastest & most convenient way to travel from KLIA to KL”

October is a busy month for travels! This afternoon, I just arrived in Bangkok, my fourth visit to this beautiful capital city since 2000 and will be staying here till the 25th of which, I will be flying back to Davao via Manila. I initially planned to just travel to Indonesia for two weeks when I scored a promo fare in early September. You see, I still haven’t visited the largest archipelagic nation in the world (now, I did! Check here) but due to some…Continue Reading “Currently traveling in 3 countries this October”

I’m always on the lookout for interesting local food and while roaming around the Medan Niaga Satok on the last day of my stay in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, something just caught my attention. What seems to be a folded pancake at one stall piqued my curiosity. It looked like the martabak that I’ve tried in an Indonesian cafe in Manila. Can this be the real martabak? Apam balik translates to turnover pancake from Bahasa Malaysia and I couldn’t help but try this. The man at…Continue Reading “Snacking on delicious apam balik in Kuching”