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  • Lomography and Meow City, Kuching

    Lomography and Meow City, Kuching
    The first moment I stepped into Kuching International Airport, I was jumping up and down with excitement. It was the first time my friends and I visited Kuching, the capital city of Sarawak.
  • Kuching City Day and Night

    Kuching City Day and Night
    Kuching is the capital of Sarawak and is a part of Malaysia. Did you know that Kuching is one of the largest cities on Borneo Island? This city has a mixture of old and new buildings. My urban adventures starts at Chinatown, Padungan and other areas in the city from day to night!
  • Famous Food in Kuching, Sarawak:Laksa!

    Famous Food in Kuching, Sarawak:Laksa!
    Ask anyone in Kuching or Sarawak which are the famous dishes in Kuching and they will surely tell you Kolo mee, Laksa, Kueh Chap, and many others. But the food I'm focusing today in my post is Laksa which contains rice noodle (bee hoon), prawns, chicken slices, and a special soup that is mouthwatering and a must try when you visit Sarawak! The location is at Choon Choon Cafe around Kuching town area.
  • Regalo Gift House: The Only Lomography Shop in Kuching

    Regalo Gift House: The Only Lomography Shop in Kuching
    Regalo Gift House, the only shop in Kuching that sells Lomography products. You can't find it anywhere else in Kuching or perhaps even in Sarawak.
  • Kenyalang Park Night Market: A Lively and Colourful Chinese New Year

    Kenyalang Park Night Market: A Lively and Colourful Chinese New Year
    The Kenyalang Park Night Market is only open during the weeks before Chinese New Year. It is a busy hub of colorful activity - full of people and full of life!
  • The Flipflops Beach Carnival Kuching 2011

    The Flipflops Beach Carnival Kuching 2011
    Last month, there was a 3-day, 2-night event called Flipflops Beach Carnival Kuching 2011 at Damai Puri and Spa at Santubong, Sarawak, Malaysia. I attended this carnival with my friends because I won passes to go. The events there included a concert, rave party, water sports, and on-the-beach activities.
  • Sarawak Cultural Village

    Sarawak Cultural Village
    Still wondering where to head to during this blissful holiday? Why not come over to Sarawak? You can get lots and lots of stuff over there. Crafts, cheap food, the most stunning and delicious layered cakes and the famous salted terubok fish. But somehow, it won't be that meaningful if you skip a visit to Sarawak Cultural Village
  • Damai Puri Resort and Spa

    Damai Puri Resort and Spa
    Damai Puri Resort and Spa, a great holiday spot for you and me.
  • A Trip to Carpenter Street: One of the Oldest Streets in Kuching

    A Trip to Carpenter Street: One of the Oldest Streets in Kuching
    Carpenter Street - one of the earliest streets in Kuching that is rich in history and is well preserved up to this day. I went and explore the street like a tourist and the result are amazing! This street is located in the city center and filled with old and new shop lots.
  • Weekend in Sematan with the Kodak EBX 100

    Weekend in Sematan with the Kodak EBX 100
    A few weeks ago, my family and I went to 'Pesta Sematan' at Sematan, Sarawak. Pesta is like a celebration, but 'Pesta Sematan' is more for selling clothes, accessories, and foods. They were having this kind of celebration every weekend to gather families and friends all over the village of Sematan.
  • Checking Out India Street and Waterfront Park

    Checking Out India Street and Waterfront Park
    India Street in Kuching is situated near Kuching’s famous Waterfront Park. Embedded with it’s own history, this street is a must-go for photographic enthusiasts.
  • Street Lomography: Lomo Hunter Outing in Kuching!

    Street Lomography: Lomo Hunter Outing in Kuching!
    On June 2, 2011, I joined an outing with Lomo hunter Kuching at McDonald's and later on to Waterfront! We had a lot of fun shooting and shooting until we finished our films.
  • Kampung Serikin

    Kampung Serikin
    Kampung Serikin is a place that you must visit on weekends. Most of the tourists will go here and buy some souvenirs and unique items. It is a village located at the heart of Bau, Sarawak.
  • Sarawak State Library

    Sarawak State Library
    This is the State Library of Sarawak. Not a lot of books but more on digital format materials. We are there for a talk on photography and Lomography for the very first time on July 9, 2011 (morning and afternoon) as well as a lomo matrix session.
  • The Junk Bar a.k.a Backstage in Kuching, Sarawak!

    The Junk Bar a.k.a Backstage in Kuching, Sarawak!
    This is where my friends and I go to get wild during weekends or just chill out during weekdays. 'Backstage' is behind the restaurant named 'The Junk Restaurant'. Wondering why it's also referred to as the 'Junk'? Read on to find out why.
  • The Ruins of Kuching Central Prison

    The Ruins of Kuching Central Prison
    Built in 1882, the main prison building used to be first Rajah James Brooke's rest house before it became the city's first hospital. It is even older than Pudu Prison better known as Pudu Jail, which is located in Kuala Lumpur. The building, which only became a prison after World War 2, was also the site of the execution of Sarawak's first freedom fighter, Rosli Dhobi, on March 2, 1950.
  • Borneo Convention Centre Kuching

    Borneo Convention Centre Kuching
    Located at Sejingkat, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, Borneo Convention Centre (BCCK) is a place where many big events and exhibitions are held.
  • Malaysia-China Friendship Park

    Malaysia-China Friendship Park
    The Malaysia-China Friendship Park was built in 2005 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Malaysia-China diplomatic relations.
  • Sarawak State Library

    Sarawak State Library
    I love this library. Though it is far from the town, it is nice and beautiful. Not only is it a good place for studying, it is also a good place for relaxing.
  • Sarawak, Malaysia

    Sarawak, Malaysia
    Singgahsana Lodge is a concept guesthouse by travellers for travellers. Strategically located along Temple Street in the heart of beautiful Kuching City, Singgahsana Lodge is only 20 steps from the famed Kuching Waterfront and 15 steps from the oldest Chinese Tua Pek Kong Temple. Straddled between the old and new quarters of the city, you could spend the morning walking along quaint narrow alleyways in old Kuching where tinsmiths noisily go about their work, spice and textile traders selling their merchandise and then spend the afternoon wandering around modern malls in new Kuching afterwards.

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