Japan: Hakone-machi 箱根町

Japan: Hakone-machi 箱根町

It’s been almost three months since Andre and I tied the knot and flew to Japan for our mini-moon. And last weekend, as I was putting our Japan travel journal together, I was then again shaken by Japan’s beauty. The Land of the Rising Sun has this particular flavour that you’d want to savour over [...]

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Tokyo: 1 Michelin-starred Sushi Kanesaka

Tokyo: 1 Michelin-starred Sushi Kanesaka

Sushi Kanesaka holds a special place in my heart, as it is the first sushi omakase I’ve had in Japan. I’m no sushi connoisseur—far from it. Here in Singapore, a sushi omakase can run to up to SGD350++ for the smallest size because most of the seafood here is flown in, so it’s worth it [...]

Singapore: Mochi Croissants and Sticky Buns at Brotherbird Milk & Croissants

Singapore: Mochi Croissants and Sticky Buns at Brotherbird Milk & Croissants

My first encounter with Brotherbird was during my first few weeks upon moving to Singapore last 2016. I stepped inside their shop in Bali Lane where I had their salted egg yolk-filled mochi doughnuts with soft-serve ice cream. And just this February, they opened a new concept at CT Hub in Lavender that focuses on [...]

Melbourne Photo Diary: The Great Ocean Road

Melbourne Photo Diary: The Great Ocean Road

I’m really drawn to places around the world that have managed to preserve vast expanses of their natural land. As someone who’s been living in the beautiful islands of the Philippines for most of her life, constantly combing through its many beaches and mountains, you can only imagine what living in Singapore feels like! Now [...]