Category Archives: Travel/Photography

Photographs, Time and Cakes

I was catching up on some of my favorite blogs and was very surprised when I came across this vintage photograph in a post by A Subtle Revelry.

Vintage Photo ca. 1940.

It’s so similar to photographs I took of my dad on his Birthday a few years ago! My favorite part was the reflection of candles in his glasses.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Seven countries in three weeks! It took me much longer than that to go through and edit all of the photos. I definitely want to go back to many of these countries and spend more time exploring them. Though it was not a very restful vacation, it surely was an exciting one.

I spent most of my last vacation day at the park and butterfly garden.

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What Traveling with my dad is like:

You are in Singapore. He asks you if you’d like to go to the beach. Why, sure you would! Next thing you know – you are in Indonesia.

P.S. If someone offers you gong gong (sea snail) – eat them and get some beer.

Chinese New Year Celebration Downpour

I celebrated Chinese New Year in Singapore this year. There was a concert before the grand finale – presidential speech and midnight fireworks. The moment the president was announced, it began to pour.



The Sands, Singapore

I fell in love with Singapore the moment I got off the plane. The architecture and efficiency of this city are truly amazing. Hope I’ll get to go back some day.

Angkor, Cambodia

The ancient ruins of Angkor are almost 1000 years old. It’s not only amazing that they are still standing, but that visitors are allowed to interact with them with very minimal supervision. “Climb at your own risk” is often the sole safety measure; and I surely did.