I worked through corporate shutdown this year, so I want need a holiday.  It's necessary to be appropriately dressed so you can camouflage into your surroundings. Can you guess where I'm going? Hint. To be honest, I was never a fan of beach holidays growing up.  Partially, because water sports, swimming, tanning etc. was never a… Continue reading

A precious glimpse into the grand world of couture can be summed up in one word - magnifique!  Where's that emoji with the love heart eyes? Fortunate to be gifted two tickets to the House of Dior Exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, my mother and I explored the history and brilliance of Dior… Continue reading

- The Hotel - In 1865, the first Langham Hotel opened in London, followed by it's expansion into other regions such as Asia, Middle East, Europe and North America.  The Langham Hotel in Melbourne is a 5-star luxury hotel, complete with 387 rooms and suites. Situated in Southbank, Melbourne this prime property overlooks the Yarra… Continue reading

Usually, when I book annual leave the objective is to relax and recharge.  But on more occasions than one, this time included -  itinerary planning turns into itinerary cramming. I'm dubbing Hong Kong in 48 hours as the ‘Amazing Race’ experience, here’s what happened as we scrambled through this busy city. Day one Landed at… Continue reading

This year, I traveled to Japan. Based on what people told me about their own experiences, I felt confident in my expectations...sushi, bullet trains and very very polite people. But what about that feeling you get when you think you know the whole story?  Let's say Japan's story in this case.  It's actually something that's… Continue reading

The aviation industry has enjoyed a long standing relationship with the glitz and glamour of flying high...but even though air travel has become much more affordable over the last century or two, people are still amused and somewhat attached to the idea of soaring amongst the clouds. I mean when you think about it, it’s the… Continue reading

Q: To what extent should we befriend instant gratification and doing things differently? A: Always & now I can’t say I’m fan of routine, rituals or rules especially when they’ve been compounded under seasoned expectations and too much fear. However, I do think having a couple of ‘yolo’ stories under your belt (carpe diem for… Continue reading

Italy on a whim is always a good idea post exams, so I packed my bags and took a flight out to Rome. As my first solo trip, I didn’t know really what to expect or who I was going to meet but it was comforting to know that there was a ridiculous number of… Continue reading