Landscape Watercolor Painting Workshop by Jayenne Cua

I’ve been wanting to attend so many art workshops since last year but my schedule won’t let me. Luckily, after so many missed opportunities, I finally signed up and attended a watercolor workshop by Jayenne Cua at ArtBar Ph – and it’s focused on landscapes!

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Elephant Jungle Sanctuary – Pattaya

I’ve always admired elephants! I’ve seen a lot of elephants in zoos before but I have this desire to actually interact with them. That’s why when I was planning for our trip to Thailand, I rigorously looked at elephant sanctuaries near Bangkok and decided to book with Elephant Jungle Sanctuary in Pattaya.

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Michelin Star: Kam’s Roast Goose

I’ve been longing to try this restaurant since my first Hong Kong visit – I guess third time’s the charm! This year, I finally tried Kam’s Roast Goose, a one Michelin star restaurant which happens to be a family legacy.

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Binukbok View Point Fun Dive!

Binukbok View Point is located on the shores of a Philippine Marine Sanctuary. The place is perfect for beginner divers or recreational snorkelers since there are tons of fishes even along the shoreline.

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Halong Bay Tour!

Halong Bay is possibly the most popular place to visit in Hanoi given that it is a UNESCO world heritage site and just absolutely a natural wonder – which made the entire tour enjoyably satisfying.

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Things To Do in Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh, also known by its former name – Saigon is a very busy city! It boasts stunning architectures, historic locations, and massive markets that will surely make your itineraries jam-packed. Here are some must-visit places for your Ho Chi Minh trip:

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Vietnam Solo Travel FAQs!

I received lots of questions about the last solo travel I did – overwhelming in a good way! I spent 9 days traveling from South to North of Vietnam by entering at Ho Chi Minh, flying to Central Vietnam, and departing at Hanoi. Here are the most frequently asked questions when I got back:

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Arashiyama Bamboo Forest – Watercolor

Being one of Kyoto’s top attractions, the Arashiyama Bamboo Forest is a sight to behold. I am not really good at painting landscapes but I can’t help but recreate the image I have in mind of that very peaceful morning we spent at the Arashiyama Bamboo Forest.

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How to Make Calamansi Muffins!

It feels nice to try new things – and this time, I tried making calamansi muffins! It is pretty easy to make and it is also a refreshing alternative to super sweet goodies I used to bake.

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#ArbyEats at Kuromon Market!

Kuromon Market is famous for its fresh seafoods, street foods, and cheap souvenirs! This market has been around for over 170 years and is known to be “Osaka’s Kitchen” since it’s where local homeowners and restaurant chefs get their supplies. Today, it’s also a very a well-known tourist destination because: FOOD.

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