Malaysia

Family guide: 72 hours in Penang

It was our first time to Penang and we did not know what to expect, but we were blown away by the sheer beauty of this island. It has such lush green vegetation, plentiful fruits and spices, lots of quiet corners to explore - and on the other hand, bustling Georgetown with its Chinese/Indian/Malay mix.… Continue reading Family guide: 72 hours in Penang

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Indoor Playroom, Kowloon

Origami Kids Cafe

Origami Kids Cafe is a mix of indoor playroom and a cafe for little ones between the ages of 0-7 years. It sits on top of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Kowloon Bay, which is a fun location on a clear, sunny day as the kids can run around the top deck of the… Continue reading Origami Kids Cafe

HK Island, Restaurant Review

Review: Samsen

Samsen is our long-time favourite Thai restaurant. It is run by Chef Adam Cliff, who left Chachawan, in late 2015 to open this place. Samsen¬†is everything but your average Thai. It is intimate and small (with only 35 seats, some at the counter) and the menu focuses mainly on boat noodles, stir fries and snacks… Continue reading Review: Samsen

Macau

Family guide: 48 hours in Macau

Macau is a great location for a trip away from Hong Kong - and it is easy to do with kids. All you need is a passport and some spare time! 1/ How to get there: Macau is just 65km and an hour ferry ride away. It is easy to reach via the frequent ferries… Continue reading Family guide: 48 hours in Macau

Macau

Macau: Museum of Macau

The Museum of Macau is based in the Fortress of Macau and shows the way of life and cultures of the various communities that have been inhabited the city for ages. It might be a bit of a walk to get there (especially through the tourist crowds at the St. Paul's ruins) but it is… Continue reading Macau: Museum of Macau