Accessible Oxford

Oxford has been one of my top places to visit and I have been fortunate enough to be there when the sun was out which made Oxford even more stunning! As usual, I took a train down from Birmingham (details on how to use the train was described in the Sheffield post), a short journey…

Chatsworth House & Sheffield

With each post I promised myself I will be diligent in updating my blog regularly and hopefully this time I can persist… Being in UK for the past 6 months had been a whirlwind of adventures and one of it was navigating the UK’s transportation system as a wheelchair user. I remembered on the very…

UK Tier 4 Visa

Hello there! I have been missing in action for the past 6 months because I was so busy preparing for my postgraduate study in Birmingham UK. I feel the need to share the process in getting the visa and the journey I have gone through to hopefully give some useful informations to wheelchair users who…

Part 1: Xi Men Ding, Taipei 101 & Eslite Xin Yi

Before moving on to the things I did for the first two days in Taipei, I would like to share top three handy tips for anyone who wishes to visit this beautiful city. Rent a pocket wifi/SIM Card                                    …

Taipei 2018

Happy new year everyone! To continue on my tradition of visiting a new country every year I have decided Taipei (the land of endless street food with breathtaking sceneries)!. I was browsing through so many photos and I had a hard time choosing the best ones because Taipei was too beautiful beyond words! Thus there…

Rainforest World Music Festival 2017

RWMF 2017 was held at the Sarawak Cultural Village in a quaint little city called Kuching. It was an annual festival, we as Kuching-ites felt proud to be the host for 12 consecutive years. Although it has been around since 2005, I never had the chance to attend it until last week when I was…

The Golden Age

Yesterday we celebrated our Grandma’s 81st birthday with our own immediate family and a few close friends of hers. I can see how joyously she felt surrounded by her loved ones and I can’t help but see her young days when she interacted with her brothers and close friends. She would often joke with her…