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Having traveled around Malaysia, I’ve been made aware of Muslims’ restrictions when it comes to food. So when I read that part of our itinerary is a place that serves exotic food, I was partly shocked but mostly intrigued. The last day of our culinary trip to Selangor came, and we were taken to Restoran Lembah Bernam located somewhere in Sekinchan town. Read more…

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I recently read a Facebook post from an American friend claiming that Holiday Inn properties in Asia are exceptionally nice. I’ve been billeted in a few, and I couldn’t agree more with him. For instance, the most recent one I stayed in, Holiday Inn & Suites Makati, is honestly among my favorites because it isn’t merely satisfactory, but it exceeded our expectations. Read more…

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A number of media and stakeholders formed an eager crowd at Gate 4 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 1 (MNL) last July 9, 2015, myself the aviation geek included. We weren’t waiting for Katy Perry nor Taylor Swift, but we were there for a handful of VIPs, and more importantly, the star of the show, the inaugural flight of Ethiopian Airlines. Read more…

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As I’ve written in the past, we tagged along with our friends from Malaysia as we went to rediscover Bohol this year. Our friends are Muslim; hence, there are certain dishes that they are not allowed to consume. Yet despite not having pork the entire trip, we were pleased with the sumptuous array of Filipino and Western food that were served to us. Read more…

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Doing some research proved that the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, once known as the legendary Erawan Hotel, is one of the grand dames of the City of Angels. As Hyatt took over in 1991, it was preserved as a notable city landmark, whilst doing continuous improvements to keep up with the times. We were honored to stay in one of its newly-refreshed rooms. Read more…

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Last month, I flew to Malaysia for the Terengganu International Squid Jigging Festival 2015. It was my second time to participate in the program, having gone last year as well. To shed more light about squid jigging, here’s my narrative about this year’s experience. Read more…

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As I landed into hot and humid Siem Reap, a representative from Le Méridien Angkor took my luggage, offered me a cold towel and water, and got me hooked on mobile wi-fi in a jiffy. I was then asked if I wanted to drive slowly by the picturesque Angkor Wat area to soak it all up en route to the hotel, and so we did. The Le Méridien brand is all about discovering the locale, so for three days, the hotel helped me see clearly what the ancient Cambodian city has to offer. Read more…