Street photography Malaysia, on the streets of Kuala Lumpur. Well, this is turning out to be an amazing holiday. But it’s not really a holiday now. More a “journey”. I’ve been on the road for coming up to seventy days. My main jobs each week? Booking the next week’s worth of hotels, researching the best places for cheap local eats, and hitting the streets to capture the locals with the Fuji (AKA Worlds Best Travel Camera). Today, another instalment of life on the mean streets of the world...Read Full Story
I think many people already knew, Amcorp Mall in Petaling Jaya are famous for the Amcorp Mall Flea Market but some of you who have not visited that place don't know that Amcorp Mall also have some shop that deal with antique and collectibles including coins/banknotes. PJ Auctioneers Sdn Bhd. Located at Level 3 of the mall, not very far from KN Boon Shop. Some people mistakenly think that the shop only open during auction because of the name. You can get good bargain in this shop as long as...Read Full Story
Yesterday, I have a chance to visit SLCollectors Shop at Millennium Square, Petaling Jaya. I think not many collectors knew about this place unless you're familiar with his website slcollectors.com. The shop run by Mr. Peter Ang, who is also a blogger but sadly his blog has been infected by malware. After finding his shop and meet him personally, I think this is one of the must visit shop if you want a beautiful coins and banknote with a reasonable price. He is also a Straits Settlements coin...Read Full Story
I’ve been in Perhentian now for close to 5 months. During my time I’ve lived like a local and a tourist. I’ve seen many people come and go in the village, with each individual leaving their stamp on this volunteer project. In addition, I’ve also stayed in a resort, experiencing the good life as a tourist. The below is a guide of the Perhentian Islands based on my knowledge and experience of the area.
How to get here:
The Perhentian Islands can be a challenging destination if you have never...Read Full Story
I expected Malaysia to be my first real unknown in South East Asia, and since I’d been hearing about couchsurfing all the way across South America, I decided that I’d try it out. I figured it would be a way to travel without accommodation costs, and more importantly a way to meet and get to know locals. Couchsurfing.org is a website for people who love travelling to support each other. You can find places to crash, people to hang out with, and things to do. I lucked out with somewhere to stay...Read Full Story
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