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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The 10 BEST things to do in Bali

Bali is an island of many gorgeous places. I’m sure you’ve seen plenty of pinterest posts about all of the activities and places of Bali by now. Today though, I’m sharing with you my personal favourites. And no, not all of them are typical tourist hotspots πŸ™‚

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5 things about Kuala Lumpur you NEED to know before you go

This article should actually be titled ‘5 extra things about Kuala Lumpur’, since I wrote an article like this before. That one is called 10 things you NEED to know before going to Malaysia.Today, I’m going to expand this list of things that you need to know. I’m adding 5 extra things! these are definitely helpful so keep on reading!

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Foodie Friday: typical and/or weird Taiwanese food!

I asked you guys in my Instagram stories if you would want to read a blogpost about typical and/or weird Taiwanese food, and all of you said yes. So here it is, the blogpost you’ve been waiting for!
This post contains the taste testing of two types of food: supermarket food and streetfood.

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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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