June 19, 2012

Southeast Asian Tour

     For the first 22 years of my life, summer time meant vacation. That's 2 months of fun-filled activities, cool workshops, a time for personal projects, bumming and travelling.

     Now that I'm working, I still find it hard to believe that the 80-day long vacation is over. So just to continue the tradition, I saved up all of my VLs to spend it on an 18-day long vacation travelling to 5 Southeast Asian countries.

     I have lots to share on this trip and I will do it in detail on my next posts. But for now, I’ll just share some of my pictures.

Country #1: Vietnam

People's Committee Building

Noodles at The Lunch Lady

Cu Chi Tunnels

Summary of Posts for Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam:
     Saigon Love-Hate Relationship: Epic Fail Taxi Experience + Saigon Backpackers Hostel
     La Cafeteria de L'Usine: coffee shop + quirky retail space + art gallery
     

Country #2: Cambodia
Phnom Penh
Fish Amok at Khmer Surin Restaurant

The Throne Hall at Phnom Penh's Royal Palace


The Olympic Stadium

Summary of Posts for Phnom Penh, Cambodia:
     Where to Go in Phnom Penh
     Cambodia: Kingdom of Wonder
     Khmer Surin Restaurant

Siem Reap
Angkor Wat

A big tree in Ta Som

The famous Tomb Raider temple-tree tandem in Ta Som


Steamed fish in Lemon Sauce at Champey Restaurant


Country #3: Malaysia

The Petronas Twin Towers
A "tourist" street sign near Central Market


Country #4: Singapore

Lasalle College of Arts

The Esplanade and Singapore Flyer


Country #5: Thailand

The buddha head in a tree in Wat Mahathat, Ayutthaya

The Royal Grand Palace, Bangkok

Waterfall #1 in Erawan National Park


     I have tons of pictures, a hundred realizations, countless quirky moments and of course, food adventures--and I can't wait to share it with you.


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