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Yina Goh
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Europe/UK Sep'17: Hotel Du Vin Wimbledon, London
As I'm sitting in a cafe along Keong Sai Road in little Singapore and typing this post, there is so much that I am missing about Europe and London! Thanks to Frasers Hospitality , I was whisked away to Europe and the United Kingdom for the time of my life -...
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Hokkaido 12D11N Summer Road Trip Itinerary
Konichiwa, folks!  As you might already know,  Japan is one of my top favourite destinations in the world ! To date, I've been to Japan eight times , and I am still not tired of the country, what with its crazy amazing food, unique culture and gorgeous coun...
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Open Water Diving with Gill Divers! (Part 1)
I've been wanting to learn diving for the longest longest time and I finally got down to it! Disclaimer - Not a sponsored post  SSI vs PADI There are two different international diving organisations / dive companies that conducts dive courses - SSI and PA...
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Less is More: A Holistic Experience In Taipei with FANCL & Janine Chang
Do you agree that  Less is More ? It seems that as the years pass, less is indeed becoming more to me - I'm wearing lesser makeup, I care less about people/things that shouldn't matter to me, and I'm learning to appreciate the simpler things in life, paring...
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2 Days in Hualien: The Incredibly Beautiful East Coast of Taiwan (Day 2)
Continuing on from Day 1 of my Hualien travelogue , let's now move on to Day 2 of Hualien - We went jade picking, drove along the beautiful East Coast and visited some stunning spots that I would never imagine finding in Taiwan! If you're looking for detail...
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2 Days in Hualien: The Incredibly Beautiful East Coast of Taiwan (Day 2)
Continuing on from Day 1 of my Hualien travelogue , let's now move on to Day 2 of Hualien - We went jade picking, drove along the beautiful East Coast and visited some stunning spots that I would never imagine finding in Taiwan! If you're looking for detail...
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Hualien July'17: Taroko National Park - Going Off The Beaten Path (Day 1)
Ask any local Taiwanese what their favourite place in Taiwan is, and many will give you the same answer - Hualien . Hualien is a three hours drive or two and a half hours train ride from Taipei, and is one of those must-visit places if you have a few days t...
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Bhutan June'17: Conquering Tiger's Nest, Punakha & Paro (Part 2)
On one of our many long coach rides around the countryside of Bhutan, fellow traveller Audrey (who is bubbly and inquisitive and adorable) once questioned our Bhutanese guide Kuenzang and Bhutanese co-teacher/artist Rajesh about happiness - Bhutan is after ...
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Bhutan June'17: Pursuing Happiness In The Last Shangri-La
Me to people around me: "I'm going to Bhutan to draw and paint. " People around me: " Where? To do what?? " Me: "You know, Bhutan! The happiest country on earth? The one with the handsome King and beautiful Queen that just gave birth to the cutest kid?" Bhu...
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Browhaus Brow Resurrection Ombre Review
It is said that eyes are windows to the soul, and that makes our eyebrows just as important - A pair of well-defined and perfectly shaped eyebrows are critical for a groomed and polished appearance. I know a lot of girls face similar brow issues as I do - M...
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