Monthly Archives: %sOctober 2011

HTC EVO 3D escapade to Sydney – Horse Riding, Parasailing & Dolphin watching

After quad biking and sandboarding on the first day of our Sydney escapade with HTC EVO 3D, hosted by Destination New South Wales, we experienced horse riding along the pristine coastline in Port Stephens with Sahara Trails Horse Riding & Farmstays.

Horse Riding
My first horse riding experience was at the Singapore Zoo, the sit-and-pose shot […]

By |October 30th, 2011|Australia, Sydney|4 Comments

HTC EVO 3D escapade to Sydney – Sand Dune Adventures

I thought I would take a longer “travel” break after jetting from Singapore to Melbourne, and four days later to Israel, then 10 days later to China for another 10 days in September. But the travel bug was still lurking around so when I received an invitation to Sydney with HTC EVO 3D, hosted […]

By |October 28th, 2011|Australia, Sydney|5 Comments

iFly Singapore, the World’s Largest Indoor Skydiving Wind Tunnel

“We’re born to fly, we’re meant to. At iFly Singapore, this is flying.”

Situated in Sentosa of Singapore, iFly Singapore offers another tourist destination for those seeking adrenaline rush activity, you will experience thrilling indoor skydiving action like no other. Get ready to fly with me as I unveil the unique body flight experience right […]

By |October 27th, 2011|Attractions, Sentosa, Singapore|5 Comments

Bahá’í Gardens @ Haifa, Israel

Ranked as 152nd smallest in the world out of 236 countries (fyi, Singapore is #189), Israel is the holy land for three major religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam since the biblical era. A country that has been the setting of religious freedom, the five officially recognized religions include the above-mentioned, Druzeism and the […]

By |October 22nd, 2011|Haifa, Israel|0 Comments

Save a Child’s Heart

In cooperation with the Wolfson Medical Center, “Save a Child’s Heart” has been providing cardiac surgery and other life saving procedures for thousands of children aging from infancy to 18 years old from Africa, Asia, the Palestinian Authority and other developing countries with the finest medical care, regardless of race, colour, gender, religion, or […]

By |October 10th, 2011|Israel, Tel Aviv|0 Comments

Jeonju food & sights

A land with over 1000 years of history, Jeonju is the provincial capital of Jeollabuk-do rich in traditional Korean cultural heritage. Soak in the elegant charm of yesteryears as you walk around Jeonju Hanok Village, a prominent landmark that reflects traditional Korean culture with over 700 hanok houses and cultural facilities.

Hanok – Korean traditional […]

By |October 9th, 2011|Jeollabuk-do, Korea|7 Comments

Eureka Skydeck 88 – the highest in the Southern Hemisphere

I was standing on the highest public vantage point in the Southern hemisphere. At level 88 Eureka Tower, Skydeck 88 opens up the panoramic vistas of Melbourne and the surroundings. It’s a must-see attraction if you are in Melbourne. I went there during the day and night for different views of the city.

Touted as […]

By |October 6th, 2011|Australia, Melbourne|1 Comment

The Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles

Recently rated as the most livable city in the world, Melbourne is the gateway to the regional Victoria that offers a diverse attractions from the deserts, uninterrupted beaches, alpine ski resorts, ancient rainforests, great lakes, wildlife to one of the most classic tours of all – the Great Ocean Road, a 243 km stretch […]

By |October 5th, 2011|Australia, Great Ocean Road, Melbourne|8 Comments

Melbourne Street Art Tour

Melbourne is internationally known for its many forms of street art displayed on approved outdoor locations in the city. It was in the mid 2001 when the Melbourne street art scene proliferated. One of the well-known art studios – the Blender Studios – has been part of the Melbourne street movement from the beginning. […]

By |October 4th, 2011|Australia, Melbourne|3 Comments

Biking around Melbourne

Take a bike tour to explore the city of Melbourne. I did that. Together with Karen, Jerome, Qi Huang and Peter, we had a wonderful time cycling through the heart of Melbourne in the breeze. It wasn’t really physically taxing like I thought (lazy bum, yes!). Most of the paths are easy to ride […]

By |October 2nd, 2011|Australia, Melbourne|4 Comments