• Eatery,  Korea,  Places

    Great Korean Beer Festival (GKBF) in COEX Samseong

    Wild Wave – GKBF Two days ago Mike and I went to the Beer festival in COEX K-Pop Square. This event is still happening, from the 27th April to 06th May 2018. This ten days festival known as GKBF (Great Korean Beer Festival) will have more than 20 craft brewers, live concert and some foods booths set up for the event. The food and beers were set up in a different section. There were only six food booths near the subway’s exit, but more food can be found about 100metres away from the beer booths. Beer Booths – COEX GKBF Food Booths – COEX GKBF There were tables and chairs…

  • Eatery,  Places,  Thailand

    Koh Chang Thailand

    Koh Chang White Beach My flight from Kuala Lumpur landed at 5:15 pm, and I thought I’ll be able to meet up with Mike about 7 pm. But I was wrong. I spent 40 minutes queuing for immigration clearance, and the journey in a taxi took about 2 hours to get to Amora NeoLuxe Suites in Sukhumvit due to the traffic jammed. To top it off, my taxi driver didn’t know how to get to the hotel. He drove to the area and called the hotel for a direction. But he already drove past it, and he asked me to walk to the hotel. I walked for about 10 minutes…

  • Eatery,  Korea,  Places

    Jeonju Hanok Village Weekend Getaway

    Jeonju Hanok Village Three months ago when we took the train down to Guryegu for hiking, we saw many people getting off in this station called Jeonju, and they were all looking very excited about it. I was intrigued by it and did some quick google search on that place, and I’m glad I did that. Jeonju has over 800 traditional Korean Hanok houses clustered in one area, and it’s a great place for weekend getaway. But we couldn’t immediately arrange for a visit because we have already had a travel plan in November and December so, it would have to be in January. Mugunghwa Train Nine days before travel,…

  • Eatery,  Places,  Taiwan

    Dr Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall Taipei

    After the tour in Taipei 101 observatory, we walked to the National Dr Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall. The hall was built to commemorate the 100th birthday of Dr Sun, the founding father of the Republic of China. The government began planning construction in 1964 and finally completed it in May 1972 funded by the private sector. The height of the building is 30.4 metres with each side 100 metres long to symbolizing Dr Sun’s centennial birthday. The memorial hall has thirty thousand square metres of space. Taipei 101 view from Dr Sun Yat-Sen memorial hall Upon entering the 20 metres height front door, I could see the majestic bronze statue…