For my trip to Bangkok last weekend, the return trip was actually cheaper if I booked the flights from two different airlines: Malindo Air for the outbound flight (from Kuala Lumpur) and Air Asia for the inbound flight.
I have always wondered about flying with Malindo Air so I went ahead and booked with them. It's a no brainer decision considering they offer the cheapest option, plus the timing was perfect for us as well. Here are a few things to expect while traveling economy on Malindo Air.
Anusarn Market a highly recommended night market to visit in Chiang Mai where you can spend a few good hours just eating and shopping. Not only it's easy to find, it's also open every night so there's no planning ahead required to drop by.
For frequent travelers, having an annual travel insurance plan would be a better choice for economic reason. You will definitely save more compared to purchasing travel insurance on ad hoc basis.
RHB Insurance's Annual Travel Protector is a perfect all-rounder travel insurance that suits frequent traveler because the plan covers the insured for the entire year - regardless of the number of trips taken.
Recently, a Char Koay Teow stall in Seremban went viral because of the ridiculous amount of cockles (siham) they serve. The plate was topped with so much cockles that you can't even see the noodle underneath.
It made us wonder if it was actually cockles with fried noodle instead. Our curiosity was aroused hence we decided to drop by 品香楼 to check it out last weekend while en route to Melaka.
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Thailand is simply superior when it comes to desserts. Some Thai desserts that we are so accustomed to eating such as mango sticky rice, coconut ice cream and red ruby are easily and readily available over there - either sold in restaurant or by street food vendor. But Ruam Mit is what we really crave (after having something similar in Cambodia and Vietnam) and we always keep an eye out for it.