Being A Tourist in Singapore

Who are not familiar with Singapore? Indonesians must have been very familiar with this tiny neighbor country. It is one of the three City-States in the world after Monaco and Vatican City, which acts as a city, a capital, and a states all at once. Though known as one of the most expensive city in […]

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A Homey Seattle

“So, where will you go next after here and Orlando?” A shopkeeper at Georgetown, Washington DC, asked me after we talked about the (my) trip there to US. Remember when I said that almost all of the shopkeepers in Georgetown were ultimately friendly? “Not much. I’ll go to Seattle after the Orlando trip,” I said, […]

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Fun Summer Time at Orlando, Florida

Done with my extended trip for holiday in New York and Washington DC, I flew to Orlando, Florida for the real things. Yeah, the main purpose I came to United States is to join a yearly conference held by the company that I work on. So, basically it was a business trip, but I managed […]

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One Day at Washington DC

From New York City, I took a bus trip for 5 hours on my 3rd night at United States to go to the capital city – Washington DC. A very different city with different ambiance and surroundings from the NYC. DC is quieter, full with government buildings, offices and free-entrance museums with great architectures, no […]

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New York, A City of Dream

Everyone deserves New York at some point of their life. I think everyone does. Strolling around the infamous Times Square of New York City at one summer night was a bliss. It was just 4 hours since I stepped down the United States ground after 21 hours of flight last July, but I felt fully […]

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Siem Reap, the Ancient City

Last year, I’ve got the chance to visit one of the most ancient city in the world: Siem Reap, Cambodia. I went there for a business purpose and didn’t get much excited at first because Cambodia was never been in my wishlist when talking about travel destinations that I want to visit. However, after two and […]

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