Santorini is always on top of people’s must-visit-places! However, going to Greece is no joke. Fortunately, we now have our own Little Santorini at Mabini, Batangas!
This is the first international travel that I planned independently! We spent 3 days and 2 nights at Hong Kong. We booked our plane tickets just weeks before the actual flight so our tickets are kinda pricey. Other than that, everything went absolutely fine.
My sister and I celebrated our birthdays last year at Hong Kong and of course, we went to the happiest place on the planet, Disneyland!
Vigan is Ilocos Sur’s capital, it is a small city with huge hospitality and patriarchy. Vigan remained to be one of the few UNESCO world heritage sites wherein old structures are conserved and well-kept. It is also well known for its cobblestone streets and unique architectures.
Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s capital and also it’s largest city! Even if KL is Malaysia’s capital, government offices, as well as the Prime Minister’s office, are located at Putrajaya which makes it the federal administrative center of Malaysia.
Cameron Highlands is the highest point in Malaysia that is accessible via road travel. It is also the most extensive hill in Malaysia – its size is about the same as that of the whole Singapore!
Pangkor is an island in Perak, Malaysia. It is most commonly known for fishing and for its very affordable dried fishes. Aside from that, it also well-known for having one of the most tranquil beaches in the world!
My dad loves to invite us to random walks, treks, fishing, and other outdoor activities. This time, we had the whole afternoon trekking in a huge uninhabited land at Lumban, Laguna. We spent our day chasing animals, admiring nature, and watching the sunset!