Last summer we decided it would be fun to try a cooking class while holidaying in Bali and we found Caraway Cooking Class on TripAdvisor and quickly decided it was exactly what we were looking for. My boyfriend, mom and I were picked up at 4 pm by the owner of the school, the lovely […]
It can be argued that there is no such thing as the best Xiao Long Bao in Jakarta, and it is indeed true that when looking for a favorite variant of the Chinese delicacy, Indonesia’s capital is at no loss for great places to choose from. However, I write this post with the pure conviction […]
We spent four days in Sanur, Bali during a two week holiday around Indonesia last summer, dining on fresh seafood and sipping mojitos by the sea. Having grown up in the country, I have visited Bali many times, and always like to stay somewhere different to mix things up a bit and make each holiday […]
Stepping onto Petaling Street is a sensory overload, with vendors selling durian, rambutan, and other beautiful and lush Southeast Asian fruits, while hawkers fry up hot flashes of stir fried flat rice noodles in fiery woks next to groups of relaxed locals munching on roasted Chinese chestnuts and gulping down ice-cold Carlsberg beer.
Snapshots of old Jakarta, more precisely Batavia and the old Dutch colonial city square. FIN
Georgetown is the capital of the island and state of Penang, on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia. It was listed by UNESCO in 2008 as a World Heritage Site, together with fellow former Straits Settlement, Melaka. Georgetown is a historically and culturally rich and diversified island, with an eclectic mix of ethnic groups (Chinese, […]
I had never been to Thailand before so when my boyfriend and I jetted off to Bangkok in early July I had distorted expectations, or fantasies, of what the peninsula would be like. I fully expected white sandy beaches and turquoise lagoons glimmering under rays of scorching warmth, heat that melts away your stress and […]