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I'm sick of technology. I just want things to work, dammit.
I'm sick of technology. I just want things to work, dammit.

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The Roof of Indochina. Fansipan, the highest mountain in Vietnam stands at a majestic 3,143m above sea level in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range, accessible from Sapa.
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Long for a Sapa trekking adventure but not quite sure if you are up for it?

I know what you need. To gently ease into the experience, get a soft introduction to Sapa trails, take the calculated step into a well-worn path.

You need Cat Cat Village.
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We arrived in Sapa in late September, which I think is one of the best times to visit the valley. The air was cool, chilly sometimes, and walking around was a breeze. The mountains majestic and gorgeous, when not covered in fog. The rice terraces were golden and glorious, ripe for harvesting.
Vietnam: Sapa
Vietnam: Sapa
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Sungai Lembing was built on a history of tin mining. The lands were rich with precious metal, and the mines were among the largest in the world, reaching more than 300km with a depth as deep as 700m. That’s like a 140-storey building!
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A famous Sungai Lembing attraction is the Rainbow Waterfall, thus named for the promise of a rainbow appearing by the fall at certain hours in the morning. You need a 4WD to get there, which you can easily book (for the next morning) once you’re in town,…
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Sungai Lembing’s well-known Panorama Hill needs no introduction, but here’s one anyway… The Panorama Hill (Bukit Panorama) is a beloved tourist spot, where a 45min climb up some well-maintained steps would reward you with a calming, peaceful view of a sea…
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Last year, I had some days off in between jobs. So I made full use of it to re-visit Sungai Lembing in Pahang. Back then, the urge to escape the city was strong, to close off the world and revel in the stillness of a small town. I’d been to Sungai Lembing…
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We finally got to check out Liang’s co-labour of love, Whup Whup, a casual French eatery in Subang Jaya’s industrial area. It was not difficult to locate the restaurant among all the factories, for Waze was quite accurate.…
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My family's recipe for Fuzhou red wine chicken mee suah (ang zao mee sua) - rich, strong and spicy from ginger, just the way we like it.
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