Just like Bali, Malaysia is a pretty cheap country. Although not always as cheap as Bali, but hey, Kuala Lumpur is a lot more advanced than Bali is, so that makes sense. It’s also the only city I’m staying in this time in Malaysia (yes I’ve been here before, I also visited Malacca back then), […]Read More
Kuala Lumpur did not disappoint. It’s a huge city that offers lots of activities and sightseeing. Before I went to KL, I made a list of all of the things I wanted to see and do, to make it easier for myself to plan the days. I ended up with 26 things on the list. So for everyone out there travelling to Kuala Lumpur for the first time, I’m now sharing with you how I filled up all of the days here. A free, 7 day Kuala Lumpur itinerary!Read More
Oh wow guys, it’s been soooooo long since I wrote a new blogpost! I am so sorry! I don’t see a point in writing articles when I’m not inspired or when there is no actual value to them for me or for you (preferably both, lol), so I just didn’t write. I will definitely start writing more once I am traveling again, and I can promise you, that’s soon!
Keep on reading of you want to know where I’m going, so that you know what blogposts to expect 🙂
I also got this gorgeous new world map that I just love and you need to check it out!
Bonus: I’ve set up a nice little competition for you guys so definitely read this article if you want to know what you can win and how to enter the competition!Read More
Here you go: I made you your Tokyo and Osaka bucketlist. All the places and things you definitely need to see/do/experience while you’re there!Read More
Today I’m going to be sharing with you my travel essentials: what I ALWAYS bring with me when I travel & why. – Apart from the obvious stuff like deodorant, my passport & a toothbrush, duh – No matter where I go, no matter how far away the place is, no matter how long I’ll be staying and no matter the climate.Read More
For everyone that’s not interested in reading a full article about why Japan’s public transportation is or is not well organised, let me give you the quick answer: yes. Public transportation in Japan really is that well organised. And for everyone wanting to know why that is my opinion, I’ll explain now. Expectations Let me […]Read More