In Bandung, life is more liberal.

On December 15, 2011, in Current Issues, Opinions, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetThe author shares his encounter with a liberal muslim society in Bandung, Indonesia. I have had an opportunity to visit Bandung earlier this year, the capital of West Java province in Indonesia. It is the 3rd largest city in that country with a population 7.4 million. Located in a river basin surrounded by volcanic mountains, [...]

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Delicious Malaccan Curry Rice

On March 15, 2011, in Reviews, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetThe other day when I was back in Malacca, I got a call from James Liew, a long lost friend whom I haven’t met for months, perhaps even coming to years, since he dumped me and the rest of our bachelor’s gang for Cinderella. Anyway. I was happy he called, and my first reaction was [...]

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A Flooded Chinese New Year in Kluang

On January 31, 2011, in Current Issues, Self Documentary, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetIt all happened so sudden, in Godspeed, no prior warning whatsoever. Let me give you an idea. Here’s the rainfall data I compiled for the past 4 weeks, for the area of Kg. Gajah, Kluang, Johor, from the 3.1.2011 till the 30.1.2011. Date Rainfall (mm) Date Rainfall (mm) Date Rainfall (mm) Date Rainfall (mm) 3.1.2011 [...]

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Lomography : The Fun Life (Part 2)

TweetHere are a collection of random photos I’ve taken and edited with the Lomo Effect on my iPhone using the LOMO App downloaded from iTunes. Due to a long collection of photos, I’m going to divide this entry into 2 parts. This is Part 2. All these photos are closely related to what I do in [...]

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Lomography : The Fun Life (Part 1)

TweetHere are a collection of random photos I’ve taken and edited with the Lomo Effect on my iPhone using the LOMO App downloaded from iTunes. Due to an long collection of photos, I’m going to divide this entry into 2 parts. This is Part 1. All these photos are closely related to what I do in [...]

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Bangkok in Red.

On March 27, 2010, in Photography, Stuff that Amazes Me, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetAs published on 12th April 2010 by Nan Yang Siang Pau. I was in Bangkok for a couple of days some time ago and because it was kind of a last minute trip, everyone thought I was nuts, with all those blood spilling commotion going on there thanks to the Red Shirts. My family especially, [...]

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Uniquely Singapore

On January 29, 2010, in Photography, Self Documentary, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetI was in Singapore recently for a short 3 day trip. It is not my first time in Singapore, but it was my first time going into Singapore mainly for the purpose of leisure photography, besides meeting up with a few friends of course. The objective was simple. I was going to drive into Singapore, [...]

Jonker Street Malacca

On January 24, 2010, in Photography, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetJalan Hang Jebat, or more popular known as Jonker Street, is currently one of the best known landmarks in Malacca, both to Malaysians and Foreigners alike. A location with a few of the oldest houses in Malaysia (dating right back to the 17th century), one will notice that besides the string of famous, always-packed Chicken [...]

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Back to Nature Adventure by Road BlogG

On July 26, 2009, in Announcements, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetHere’s a post by my cousin Joseph about a trip we recently made to Gunung Lambak in Kluang when he came to visit me in the Jungle Click HERE to read more.

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Walking into Hat Yai

On June 3, 2009, in Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetMalaysians are a bunch of lucky lads. Seriously. Because unlike citizens of other countries who have to either drive or fly to travel into Thailand, we can just walk there. Here’s how you can travel to Hat Yai, Thailand. By Foot. 1. Find your way to Changloon, Kedah. As you approach the little town, you will see [...]

Chingrish

On March 30, 2009, in Current Issues, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetChina is a fascinating country. If you ask me, I think it’s a country where the best of the both extremes can be found. For example, Great civilization.   And Not-so-great-civilization.   But to me one of the best things to notice is the command of English of the Chinese there. Despite the Chinese government’s [...]

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Retro Shorts are Back?

On December 1, 2008, in Stuff that Amazes Me, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

Tweet Do you remember those days where men used to wear super short pants, especially during sports activities? They normally call it the Retro Shorts. It looks like this. This type of shorts was very popular from the 1940s till the 1980s, and is worn in almost all major sports activities. Like Rugby. It still [...]

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A Trip to Genting

Tweet Last weekend during the Hari Raya holidays, the brotherhood formed a 2 days 1 night trip to Genting, the city of entertainment. So they say. I feel that the tagline “City of Entertainment” only applies to kids, or any boy or girl who are not aged enough to enter the casino. For the rest [...]

Krabi Krabi Krabi

On September 15, 2008, in Self Documentary, Travel Documentaries, by jonathanfun

TweetToday I would like to share with you a recent trip I’ve made to Krabi, a modest town on the west coast of southern Thailand at the mouth of the Krabi River into the Andaman Sea. The town is the capital of the Krabi Province and also the Krabi district. Sounds more like a town [...]

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