[MACAU] oo2. RUINS OF ST. PAUL’S | MUSEUM OF MACAU

Tourists are so darn easy to sniff out. If you’ve been to Macau, you’d know the Ruins of St Paul’s (大三巴牌坊) but a one-sided wall, completely demolished and naked in the back. So the first-timers (like us) would still clamour for pictures with the famed 16th-century complex, an official UNESCO World Heritage Site. 68 steps […]

[ROME] PIAZZA NAVONA

Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi or Fountain of the Four Rivers (1651), topped by the Obelisk of Domitian, brought to Rome in pieces from the Circus of Maxentius. Still pretty much awed by the beauty that lay in ruins all over Rome, scattered amongst the masterpieces that bring in the bulk of the […]

The Secret Rathaus Glockenspiel

Ever wondered what lies behind and inside the famous clock tower of Munich? Well, here’s a glimpse! A cafè/pub/restaurant lies within stone-grey walls, hidden away from the world that is watching the fairy stales spin atop the tower’s clock. xoxo, Viktoria Jean

Foodporn: Bliss House Theme Restaurant!

Must-have Latte Cappucino Cream of Mushroom SEAFOOD AND MUSSELS!! Seriously the bacon and shrimp pasta (bottom right) is the shitz. Best dish in the house. Our tiramisu surrounded by a fortress of cakes-in-a-cup that Mel bought! From left: Tiramisu, Red Bean Malay dessert flavoured cake, Oreo cheesecake and Strawberry Shortcake BIRTHDAY BOY! Too many apt […]

Travel-diary: Mirabellgarten of Salzburg, Austria

Gorgeous flowers in a heart of a beautiful city. Couldn’t help falling in love with the immaculate garden, the Papagena fountain and greenhouse Orangerie The very garden where Sound of Music was filmed Gates to the horticultural masterpiece Mirabell Palace, which houses the offices of Salzburg’s mayor and the municipal council The palace where flowers […]

Travel-diary: Asians in Munich

Touched down on the third largest city in Germany, the host city of the 1972 Summer Olympics, with the cutest city motto: München mag dich, which literally means Munich loves you. On the first day, we had lunch at Dachau Station, KZ-Gedenkstätte, in which our Döner (kebab) came in colossal proportions! Our stop where we touched down […]

Travel-diary: Denmark

Nyhavn, Copenhagen Home of Hans Christian Andersen Legendary Mermaid a la Ariel Lovely Park in the vicinity of the mermaid The grassland is a star-shape from the bird’s eyeview Wind’s too strong >< Change of Guards WIND IS TOO STRONG…love the weather 🙂 CHURROS!!! Stroget Street, Denmark Toys Are Us HOTDOGS