Wow~ I love shopping but I also in love with low fare of air tickets promotion, or even better deals “FREE SEATS”!! Thanks to the tough situation and strong competition between airlines operator, namely Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Tiger Airways Australia and etc. It really benefits us as a passenger, to be able to fly, expand our routes, exploring the world, at lowest fare.
So far I’ve been to several cities in Asia. Now I am aiming to explore more destinations especially the countries in West. However, air tickets and accommodation is always the main concerns, as we always perceive that travelling will require a sum of cash. To me, I only believe that to be able to fulfill your dream, you have to:-
Dare to dream Dare to challenge Plan your task Work for your achievement
The cities that I have been to includes Hong Kong, Nagoya, Tokyo, Bangkok, Macau, Ho Chi Minh City, Krabi and Singapore
Confirmed upcoming 2010 travelling plan include Denpasar (Bali)
Possible but yet to confirm destinations are Melbourne, Phillip Island, Tasmania, Sydney, Gold Coast and Brisbane, Hangzhou, Suzhou, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macau, Taipei and Kaoshiung
I wanted to go Shanghai is because of World Exposition 2010 that will be held from May 01 to October 31. It has more than 130 countries to participate and exhibit there, other than that; other corporates would also take part in this event. This event will be held once every 4-5 years, if you missed it, you gonna wait for few years later.
United Arab Emirates' Pavilion. Inspired by the desert
China's Pavlion. Inspired by Chinese word "人" (Human)
Singapore's Pavilion. Inspired by a music box
Finalist of Singapore's Pavilion. Too bad that this cubes was not selected
And... Malaysia's Pavilion. I wonder which architect is so good that able to design well-known Indonesian Minangkabau style roof top. How could it represent 1Malaysia when the design is so not Malaysia...? And who else still remember the motto of Dr. M "Malaysia Boleh" when there is a new formula "1Malaysia", has overwritten it... Malaysia Boleh? Show us the best then...
I’ve been to the World Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan. It can compete with the DisneyLand and DisneySea in Tokyo, Japan. By attending to this event, there is no difference if you are telling others that you have travelled around the world in just ONE day (if you are able but I don’t think it is possible) or maybe two. This event is certainly a place for you to experience and learn, be it the architectures, technologies, cultures or souvenirs. You want it, they have it!