Hotels in Kuala Lumpur: The Bed Station Chinatown (hostel)

I knew I was going to stay in Kuala Lumpur for about a week, so I searched on booking.com for the cheapest options that week, like I always do. I eventually selected this hostel in the middle of the city for a very good price! Keep on reading if you want to know more about this place, and the cost of it!

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Foodie Friday: Food in Bali, a picture journey

Asian cuisine is, in my opinion, one of the most delicious ones in the world.
Now I already made a list for you guys that included almost all of the dishes I had while in Bali, and the cost of them. But today’s list is going to be a bit different. I won’t bore you too much with words. Pictures of food all the way!

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Hotels in Bali: Suwar Bungalows Ubud

Sadly, we had to leave the first place in Ubud. Not because they didn’t have room for us anymore, but because we’d booked another place in Ubud in advance and couldn’t cancell it anymore. This next place was called Suwar Bungalows, more in the North of Ubud. What we though of it? Read it here!

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10 things you NEED to know about Singapore before you go

After spending a month in Bali, Singapore was just such a different environment! I kind of had to adjust to it the first day haha. It’s actually not too different from most large cities but still, there are a few things you should know. To make sure you know what youre getting yourself into, haha.

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6 days in Ubud, part 2: ridge walk, famous rice fields & my sisters leaving

We spent the last three nights in Ubud, and also the last three nights together, in a different location than Jati Homestay. So the morning of March 26th, we packed our bags together for the last time, checked out of the homestay and walked out of the alley. After checking in at Suwar Bungalows, we decided to walk the Campuhan ridge walk. We also went to probably the most famous rice fields of Bali, and unfortunately my sisters had to go back home. So I’m now a solo traveler!

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6 days in Ubud, part 1: market and monkeys

So we have been to Seminyak, Amed and Lovina, and next up is probably the most touristy place of all of Bali. People come here for shopping, vegan food and yoga. I’m talking about Ubud of course! We saw a lovely temple, the famous market and went to the monkey forest of course. Read more about it here!

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