Showing posts from 2018

Skytrex Adventure (Extreme Warrior + Little Dino), Melaka

My last adventure with Skytrex was 7 years ago at Taman Pertanian, Shah Alam . It is not that I do not like this activity to wait too long for this activity. First, it is because it is too far from where I stay. Second, it is not challenging for my level. Third, it is more fun to have more people joining for the activity. Since there is a new Skytrex near me and I found my gang for this activity. I just cannot missed it.  My son is 110cm and he is almost 4 years old so he is just qualified to participate for Little Dino but must be accompanied by an adult due to his young age. The price for the Little Dino is RM45 (online price) per person and the adults is paying for the same price too. If you walk in, you need to pay extra RM5 from their online price. There are only 3 time slots for Little Dino only which is 10.30am, 12.00pm and 3.00pm. During weekdays, Little Dino is not available. At their website, it is written the course requires 2 hours but in reality, it just need

The 9 Things You Must Do At Dalat, Vietnam

Đà Lạt, the capital of Lâm Đong Province in southern Vietnam’s Central Highlands, is centered around a lake and golf course, and surrounded by hills, pine forests, lakes and waterfalls. Known as the “City of Eternal Spring” for its distinctive temperate climate, Đà Lạt was developed as a resort by the French in the early 1900s, and many reminders of its colonial heritage remain. It is located at the elevation of 1500m above sea level. So the weather here is very chilly and comfortable. It is also a getaway for city people in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). There is no need to book the hotel earlier unless your traveling date falls on their public holidays. However, early booking will get you a good deal in a better hotel. Please do take note that, almost 95% hotels in Dalat doesn't have air-condition in it. To get to here, basically there are just two ways. Unless you are like the local, who likes to ride a motorbike all the way here from HCMC for 9 hours and there are even from

Datanla High Rope Course and Sliding Car, Dalat

At Dalat, it may be too boring if you are just taking photos everyday. Even you can find different location and different theme, you may end up taking the same shot. So my advice to you is take a break from the photography session and get some adrenaline rush at Datanla where you will be experience the high rope course and the South East Asia longest sliding car. I signed this high rope course from Klook at RM57 per person instead of RM62 for their normal price. However, I have to get here by myself as there are no transportation included. Basically nothing is included except their harness rental. It is highly recommend you to bring your own drinking water and glove. To get to here, you need to take taxi or just rent a motorbike. The journey takes about less than 15 minutes to reach. There is no time slot required and you just have to show your Klook voucher to the counter. Please do go to the toilet to release what you had to release or otherwise there is no way you can find