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Blog Update – April 2017

My last post, which I just realised, was more than 7 months old. I feel guilty because my initial plan was to update this blog at the very least once a month. So what happened since September 2016?

My wife was pregnant with our first child and our baby girl was finally born in December 2016. For the past 5 months, life took a dramatic change with addition of a new family member and it becomes more and more challenging to find time updating this blog on a regular basis.

However, rest assured that this blog is still very much alive and I’m still working out a way to get this blog updated on a more regular basis. For those who are still following me, I thank you for your continuous support.

That’s all for this time. Stay tuned and cheers!

Airbnb – I’m Hosting and Welcome to Kota Kinabalu

Hi, just a short one here.

Do you guys know what is an ‘Airbnb’? Maybe younger generation will recognize this.  It’s basically an online portal whereby you can look for places to stay overnight around the world. These are places hosted by individuals who have available spaces for you and in return, you pay them small fees. If you heard of Agoda.com or Booking.com, it works in a similar way, except this one, is not hotel, but private properties.

I’m hosting my empty space at Airbnb too. The new menu called “Airbnb” above will bring you to my property page at Airbnb. Feel free to have a look or drop me a message or email me if you require further clarification or assistance! Have a nice day!

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Google Flights – Your Search Engine For Cheapest Airfare

If you’re an avid traveler and often searching for cheapest airfare just like me, you’re going to love something that I am going to talk about.

Now, planning a trip, the problem you will almost always encounter is how and when to get a cheap airfare. If you’re travelling to a destination that is only serviced by one airline then there’s no problem, you basically have no choice. What the airline offered, you will just have to accept. But if you’re travelling to a destination that is serviced by a few airlines, it’s going to be a headache especially to those who are very price-conscious like me.

Previously, painstakingly, I went to an airline website, selected my destination, date of travel and wait for the airline to list down it’s prices offered and then after that, I would go to the other competing airline websites and repeat the same effort to get their pricing for comparison.  If i’m in bad luck, the cheapest airfare may have being snapped up before I decided to purchase it. You know how frustrating it is if you went through above like I did.

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Mount Kinabalu, Kinabalu Park & It’s Surrounding Tourist Spots

About Mount Kinabalu

Measuring at 4,095 meters or 13,435 feet in height, Mount Kinabalu, has the highest peak on the island of Borneo, in the Malaysian state of Sabah, South East Asia. For comparison purpose, the peak of Mount Fuji of Japan measures at 3,776 meters while the peak of Mount Everest, the highest in the world, measures at 8,848 meters. Geographically, Mount Kinabalu is located on the Crocker Range, which is located on the west coast of Sabah that stretches from South West to North West of the state. Being the highest mountain on the island of Borneo, it is the pride of Malaysian particularly the people of the state of Sabah. The mountain is also sacred to the local Kadazan community, whom regard it as the revered place of the dead or in their language, “Aki Nabalu”, which is also how the name of the mountain was derived. Continue reading Mount Kinabalu, Kinabalu Park & It’s Surrounding Tourist Spots

A “See-It-All” Trip In One Day: Kota Kinabalu

Getting disoriented in an Upside Down House (so far, the only one in Malaysia), enjoying the majestic view of Mt. Kinabalu (the highest mountain in South East Asia), walking on a 8 storeys high canopy walkway at Poring Hot Spring and witnessing Holstein Friesian Cattle at Desa Cow Farm. All done in a day! Interested? Read on.

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