Penang With Kids: Taking The Train To Penang Hill and Visit The Habitat


It is going to be another post about Penang after 7 years! Wow, it has been a long time since our last visit to Penang. We choose Penang as our first destination to go abroad with our kiddos, our youngest was only 2 years old back then. If you'd like to see other posts regarding Penang, please read in this link.

Mr.husband had this idea to go back to Penang for a culinary trip. So I put Penang on my 2019 bucketlist, and bought the ticket during Air Asia big sale. I was quiet amazed that we got a return ticket for IDR 3,400,000 for four person, on a long weekend.

We didn't make itinerary for this trip, all I wanted was to visit Penang Hill by taking the funicular train. I love seing the view from top of Penang.

Penang in the morning, as seen from Penang Hill
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Macau in One Night: Strolling Around Senado Square And Visit Macau Night Market


When you had travelled a lot with many groups, you will end up knowing people with different characters, culture and habit. This will lead you at the end to categorize people that you may called "best travel mates".

I started my story this way, because I would like to introduce you to one group which I like so much, never complaint, always eat, always happy, and allow me to do coffee shop hunting:D I travelled with this group to Bangkok before, and the second time was to Hong Kong and Macau.

If you happen to read this post guys, thank you for the time you spent with me over the weekend. And yes this story is written especially for you, and my blog readers who plan a getaway to Macau.

Thank you for our beautiful memories in Macau
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Last Day in Seoul: Area of Bukchon Hanok Village, Myeong Dong For The Second Round and Itaewon


This is going to be my last post about our Mommies Day Out Trip plus plus arranged by @tripirit. The last day was another packed day, our schedule was: Gyeongbokgung, area of Bukchon Hanok Village, and free time where we were dropped off at Myeong Dong. The post about Gyeongbokgung could be read here, and I just want to share what happened next after we took off our Hanbok. 

We took subway and went to the area near Bukchon Hanok Village. We didn't go to the Bukchon Hanok Village as it was closed. Still, the place is amazing with beautiful golden leaves trees.

From where we started, 
this area made me fall in love with its beauty

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Wear Hanbok And Visit Gyeongbokgung Palace


One thing you should do in Seoul especially if it's your first time visit, is to wear  Korean traditional clothing called "Hanbok". We did that on our last day in Seoul when we visited the Gyeongbokgung Palace. Can you imagine the whole group of 37 person wearing Hanbok? The experience is surely unforgettable.

The Hanbok is included in the land tour price from our trip organizer @tripirit At the Hanbok rental place, we could choose our own Hanbok, the simple one for two hours. The rental place is just around the corner of Gyeongbokgung Palace. After changing our clothes, we walked to the Palace. We were very colourful and eye catching at the same time :) 

Our group entering the Gyeongbokgung Palace
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