Kuala Lumpur to Kuching with Malindo Air

Malindo Air is Malaysia’s newest airline with the tagline ‘Not Just Low Cost’. It seems to be positioning itself between full-service carrier Malaysia Airlines, and low-cost carrier AirAsia. To experience what this means, I got myself a promotional ticket of RM38 for one-way flight Kuala Lumpur KUL to Kuching KCH, whose service starts today. 23 March 2013.

Breathtaking Cappadocia (Part 3)

Continuing with Day 2 in Cappadocia, we see some amazing pottery in Avanos, and even more amazing natural formations in the Monks Valley. We end the day with a long bus ride to Ankara, the capital of Turkey. February 2013.

Breathtaking Cappadocia (Part 2)

Second day in Cappadocia and we get to see how a cave hotel room is made, plus a memorable visit to the ancient Eastern Orthodox churches of Goreme, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. February 2013.

Breathtaking Cappadocia (Part 1)

We have heard so much of this magical place called Cappadocia in central Anatolian Turkey — some say one of the top 5 places to see before you die or something. And indeed, Cappadocia doesn’t disappoint. February 2013.

Ephesus, Capital of Roman Asia (Part 2)

We continue with our stroll through the main streets of Ephesus, the capital of Roman Asia. Two major highlights are the Celsus Library and the Great Theatre. February 2013.

Ephesus, Capital of Roman Asia (Part 1)

We visit Ephesus, said to be the best Greco-Roman ruins in the Mediterranean region. It was the capital of Roman Asia, and a termination point for the ancient Silk Road from China. February 2013.

Pamukkale, the Cotton Castle (Part 2)

We continue with our Cotton Castle tour, walking along the edge of fabulous travertine formations made famous all over the world, with the green fertile valley down below. February 2013.