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Exploring Kuching with Hilton: A Once-In-A-Lifetime Experience with Nature

A land rich with culture and history, Kuching is an alluring enigma to locals and tourists. The capital city of Sarawak is one of two states situated on the island of Borneo, renowned globally for its natural beauty. The fairly populous city, although modern, is uniquely diverse with the interesting heritage of its indigenous people (each with its own practices, ...

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10 unique Macao Foods you must eat

PUBLISHED FOR AirAsia Formerly an enclave under Portuguese rule, Macao is a unique city is its mixture of Western and Chinese culture, Although 95% of the city’s residents are Chinese, you’ll find the city’s street signs in Portuguese, as well as majestic colonial architecture and bustling side streets specializing in great-value Portuguese fare. If food tops the list as your number one ...

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Whether for business, leisure or ‘b-leisure’, travellers are going solo

With longer working hours, constant digital contact and increasing obligations, it’s no wonder more people are treating themselves to solo trips to (temporarily) get away from it all! According to a survey by Agoda, one of the world’s fastest-growing online travel agents (OTA), travellers are choosing to go solo to take respite from the stresses of modern living. With longer ...

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10 resort/Guesthouse to stay at Kundasang and Ranau

Planning a short getaway at Kundasang to enjoy to cold fresh air and Mount Kinabalu view? Check out these 10 resorts/guesthouse when you planning your next trip to Kundasang. 1) Kinabalu Pine Resort Kinabalu Pine Resort, a multi-award winning resort is located near the main Kundasang road and Kundasang town. The place was well located with a very nice view of Mount Kinabalu.  All ...

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Penang Food Trip and Food fun at Penang International Food Fest April 2017

After our previous visit to Penang  http://www.sabaheats.com/penang-foodcation-food-heaven/ we are back again to Penang for the 1st Penang International Food Festival and more foods! We stayed at The Wembley – A St Giles Hotel, Penang which located strategically alongside Jalan Magazine.  There are 415 hotel rooms inclusive of suites at The Wembley, Penang. As we arrived late at night, we are delighted to find that ...

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Brasserie 25 @ Stripes KL – La Gouter and Casual French Dining

Stripes KL Brasserie 25

Located on the ground floor, besides the lobby of Stripes KL, the latest Autograph Selection Hotel is Brasserie 25, a charming French restaurant with red bricks arcade, mid-century copper sputnik chandeliers, dark wooden floor with a matching open kitchen and furniture. The natural lighting brightens up the beautiful interior and creating a comfortable ambiance for the diners.  le goûter Instead of the ...

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Penang Foodcation – SabahEats Penang Food Guide

Ever since Airasia launched the Kota Kinabalu – Penang route, Penang is only 2 hours 45 minutes away from Kota Kinabalu. Good news to Sabahan foodies and travelers. Malaysia Airlines recently launched the Kota Kinabalu – Penang route on a seasonal basis and hopefully this route will be made permanently to offer more accessibility to Penang. The AirAsia flight from Kota ...

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Discover Tokushima, Japan – Eat, Travel, fun!

Tokushima, (徳島市) the capital city of Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku island in Japan is out of tourist trail but this is a city I love to visit at Japan primarily because my best friend stays here and I fall in love with this charming city after my first visit 2 years ago. The city is accessible from Osaka by bus (3.5 hours). On my recent trip to Japan, ...

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Sabaheats Kyoto travel guide (3D2N) – Kyoto travel under RM2400

Kyoto is known as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Japan’s historical heart, the country’s former capital is home to thousands of architectural wonders, including 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Kyoto have an efficient transportation system and getting around is easy as the street is well laid. Cost While Kyoto is an expensive city to stay, We eat ...

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5D4N Seoul Travel Guide

There is currently direct flight from Kota Kinabalu to Seoul by Jin Air. The other cheapest method to visit Seoul from Kota Kinabalu is by Air Asia x connecting at Kuala Lumpur.  Direct Flight from Kota Kinabalu to Seoul take 5 hours 15 minutes. Seoul time is 1 hour faster than Malaysia time. The most important Apps you ever need when ...

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Sabaheats Taiwan food guide (Tainan)

Train from Taichung to Tainan took 2 hours. We checked into our room booked through Airbnb and start exploring food around Tainan. Tainan claims its name as one of the Taiwanese cultural capitals for its abundant historic monument and citizen lifestyle. The city is dotted by Taoist temples, Buddhist temples, and churches. Many of them are among the oldest in Taiwan. ...

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Sabaheats Taiwan food guide (Taichung)

Being a foodie, Taiwan is one of the must visit countries on our list. A foodies trip to Taiwan is easy to plan as Taiwan is a very safe country and they have an efficient transportation system. Information and guide books on food hunting around Taiwan can be found easily at airport and bookstores around Taiwan but nothing better than food ...

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Sabaheats Travel – Puerto Princesa food guide

Upon Invitation by StarCruise, We got the chance to explore Puerto Princesa, Palawan. We know little about Philippines cuisine and didn’t what to expect when we visit Puerto Princesa. We have 24 hours in Puerto Princesa after Superstar Aquarius reach Puerto Princesa at 3pm. Thanks to recommendation from Starcruise and locals, we manage to try some of the local foods ...

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