Not everybody have the opportunity to travel. It has been my dream since i was small to travel in different places and learn more about different places lifestyle and culture. Coming from a big family with 6 other siblings, I do not have the opportunity to travel outside from my country home during my childhood, except for neighbouring Singapore. I could recall back during my childhood, I was very excited everytime our parents bring us crossing the border to visit our relatives in Singapore every Raya season. Those memories will always be with me forever.
Since I involved in architecture world, I been exposed to a lot of nice buildings, places and culture from different countries through magazines, and precedence studies. I realized that pictures can tell a thousand stories, but it cannot be compared with experiencing the places by ourselves. I started traveling since studying in the university and expand my journey when I’ve started working. A memorable trip to Dubai and Abu Dhabi in 2009 had really opened my eyes and makes me eager to travel around the world. There is a lots of things that we can learn, can explore, can experience by traveling to other places.
Becoming an architect, one must have the abilities to communicate well with the clients, consultants and contractors. Traveling really expand my mind and helps me to fit into crowd. I become more confidence, more eficient, and more organized. It also helps in reducing the stress after a busy work schedule.
People always thought that it is expensive to travel. I found out that it is not impossible to travel in limited budget, with proper planning and a lot of research, everything is possible. RM50 for return flight to Siem Reap, RM250 for return flight to New Delhi, RM350 for return flight to Seoul, RM50 for return flight to Bali, thats sounds good right ? Thanks to Airasia, sometimes I manage to get very cheap flight ticket for my travelling trip.
This blog is made to share my share my passion to travel and outdoor activities. Hopefully this blog can help those who needed some info and tips on travelling.
Your trip sound cheap & fun. Can I join ur trip?
of course you are welcome.. but my trip always the tiring but enjoyable one.. hahaha..
I just visited your blog and I really like it! You’re so lucky to have visited that many places!
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