Exploring the silent world as a newly-certified diver.
The crown jewel of diving in Malaysia and with good reason. Sipadan is a tiny oceanic island that rises 600m from the seabed. Frequently rated by many dive journals as one of the top dive destinations in the world, Sipadan is located at the centre of one of the richest marine habitats in the world. […]Launch
Conquering 4095.2m and the World's Highest Via Ferrata.
The tallest mountain in Malaysia towering at 4095m, Mount Kinabalu is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site for being home to botanical and biological species that are rare to find anywhere else in the world. Cloaked in swirling mists and rich flora and fauna, the spectacular scenery that await climbers at the summit makes it the main […]Launch
An English, a French, a New Zealander, a German and a Singaporean are on a yacht. What happens?
In my juvenile aspiration to be an Ocean Yachtmaster and sail around the world someday, I decided to take up a Royal Yachting Association (RYA) course to be a certified skipper. Barely introduced to sailing when I joined a Competent Crew course just months ago, this was going to be quite a big step. 5 days […]Launch
It's the greatest show on Earth, with over 200 dazzling pavilions in a 5.3 square km site. A world-class expo crammed with half a million people.
I should be bragging that I did the impossible: I enjoyed the Shanghai World Expo 2010. After all, it’s said that if you don’t go to the Shanghai Expo, you will regret it. And if you do go to the Shanghai Expo, you will regret it even more. I managed to visit over 60 different countries’ pavilions in […]Launch