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East Asia

Night View of Mount Inasa (Nagasaki)

Night View of Mount Inasa (Nagasaki)

About Mount Inasa The night view of Mount Inasa (稲佐山, Inasayama) is said to be one of Japan’s three best night views. The other two belong to night views from Mount Hakodate, and of Mount Rokko and Mount Maya. The former has panoramic view of […]

Nagasaki Glover Garden and Oura Church

Nagasaki Glover Garden and Oura Church

About Nagasaki Glover Garden and Oura Church Glover Garden Glover Garden (グラバー園, Glover-en) is located on the hill where Western merchants settled down after the end of Japanese government’s Seclusion Policy in 1853. It is a large sprawling garden which houses the Former Glover Residence […]

5 Food to Eat in Nagasaki

5 Food to Eat in Nagasaki

With a baby, there are more considerations in choosing a place to eat. Food can be good, but baby doesn’t have the patience for very long queues. And cramp restaurant meant space is hard to come by for baby chair. Nevertheless, it was not crowded […]

Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum and Peace Park

Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum and Peace Park

An elderly man sat diagonally opposite of me. Two girls in uniform stood near the door of the tram. They were talking in low voices in their beautiful Japanese language, without any cares in the world. I looked at my hubby opposite of me and […]

Self Drive in Japan: Kyushu Road Trip (Winter)

Self Drive in Japan: Kyushu Road Trip (Winter)

You would have picked up bits and pieces of our Kyushu road trip experience in my previous articles: ‘Overview Northern Kyushu Itinerary‘, ‘Travelling with an infant‘, and ‘Fukuoka Airport to Nagasaki’. We took a highway bus from Fukuoka airport to Nagasaki and travelled around Nagasaki […]

Airport Transfer: How to get from Fukuoka Airport to Nagasaki?

Airport Transfer: How to get from Fukuoka Airport to Nagasaki?

We took a red eye flight from Singapore to Fukuoka with Singapore Airlines. When we arrived, we went straight from Fukuoka airport to Nagasaki. We travelled from 21 February to 1 March 2018. Here are the few options we considered for travelling from Fukuoka (International) […]

General Guide: How to Dress Baby for Winter

General Guide: How to Dress Baby for Winter

It’s hard to travel light when you have a baby, unless you are a very chill parent, or you can afford to buy most things at destination. To add on to the load, travelling during winter meant more things to pack into the luggage. This post is […]

Pack for Baby Travel (Winter)

Pack for Baby Travel (Winter)

I supposed you are planning a trip with your baby and that’s why you are here. Is it going to be the first time you are travelling with an infant? Then, read about my first travel experience with baby Evangeline during winter. If you are […]

Travelling with an infant for the first time | Winter at 8 months old

Travelling with an infant for the first time | Winter at 8 months old

Many people told us to go for holidays as a couple, notably babymoon, as much as possible before the little one arrived. Glad we took the advice and went for a last minute babymoon trip to Taiwan. Travelling with a baby is a different ball […]

Outskirts of Taichung (5): Gao Mei Shi Di (Gao Mei Wetland)

Outskirts of Taichung (5): Gao Mei Shi Di (Gao Mei Wetland)

Dajia River flows through the districts of Taichung City and at the southern river mouth lies Gao Mei Shi Di (高美湿地, Gao Mei Wetland, “Gao Mei”). There used to be many wetlands at Taiwan’s west coast but many have been replaced by new developments. We […]

Outskirts of Taichung (4): Taichung Flower Market

Outskirts of Taichung (4): Taichung Flower Market

Following our stop at Lavender Cottage, it’s more flowers appreciation at Zhong She Tourist Flower Garden 中社观光花市 (“Flower Market” or “Flower Garden”). With the colourful array of flowers, your eyes will be in for a treat. Get your camera ready too! Our itinerary was: Rainbow Village, […]

Outskirts of Taichung (3): Lavender Cottage

Outskirts of Taichung (3): Lavender Cottage

Two ladies left their jobs in Taipei and Kaohsiung to pursue their dream of owning a lavender field, a quiet place for people to relax and enjoy nature. Lavender Cottage 薰衣草森林 is where their dreams came into fruition after years of hard work. We came […]



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