This was the Official Video Trailer of my South American Trip in July. This is my account of the climbing trip of 5 days and 4 nights up Mount Ancohuma. (All of the pictures were not taken by me and I do not own these photos. It was taken by our climbing guide Juancho who … Continue reading Climbing Mount Ancohuma in Bolivia
The Official Video for this trip will come in December. For now, this is the preview. Hallooo!!! It's been a while since I last posted anything. Now to get the story started; I just started Uni life, been extremely busy with school work and finally when it's time to study for your exams, what do … Continue reading My Take On South America!!
My buddy Cloud and myself have been contemplating the idea of backpacking in South America ever since we left college (Republic Polytechnic). But, we had to serve our nation as soldiers, as every Singaporean son does. People might have went through an easy National Service in Singapore but I have to say that mine wasn't … Continue reading South America, Here I come!!!
My Take on Video Editing for Sri Lanka!!! Enjoy!!! Sometimes, I ask myself why go to these places. Why go to places where you know you will be dirty, your bag may be stolen, or simply finding a place to sleep may even be too difficult. But the answer is simple, tough environments mould tough … Continue reading Sri Lanka Exposed
Backpacking with one person isn't easy. Now when the trip adds one more dude... everything becomes really interesting. I went to Krabi in 2008 once and since then, I have loved the place, not only because of the serenity it brings, but because of its simple-minded people and great food it has. I decided to … Continue reading Krabi Rock Trip
The Siguniang Mountains are located in Wenchuan County and Aba Xiaojin County in Sichuan Province, 235KM from Chengdu. The highest mountain is known as the 4th peak, very technical and standing at 6250 meters it dominates the sky line on a clear day. However Dafeng is quite achievable for most fit aspirant mountaineers. It is … Continue reading Climbing Da Feng and Ice Climbing in Si Chuan
Hat Yai is the border town between Thailand and Malaysia. When you have a mix of spicy food, beef noodles, Malaysian Nasi Ayam and couple that with Traditional Thai Ancient Massages, Wee-Hour Thai Clubs and last but not least beautiful women (or men), what's not to like? You can get there via bus or railway … Continue reading What’s Hot in the North? Hatyai!
One fine day, after a trekking training in Republic Polytechnic, my good friend (now my travel buddy) Cloud asked me, " Hey bro, you wanna do a trip with me?" I sat forward and asked with curiosity,"Where to bro?" He said," EUROPE!!!, Western Europe!!!" I scratched my chin, eyes turning to the top right hand … Continue reading Backpacking Paris, France
In Malay language, "gunung" means "mountain" and "tahan" means "endure". Thus the name of the mountain suggests that a certain level of physical endurance is required to conquer the mountain. Gunung Tahan is considered by many to be one of the toughest treks in Peninsular Malaysia. There are two routes up the mountain. One is … Continue reading Climbing Gunung Tahan 2009
I'm preparing to climb up to Da Feng in about 22 days time. Flight would be on the 24th December, Christmas Eve. So what do I want for Christmas? I want to come home safe and hopefully to climb to the top. I will be there for 9 days and I will be on the … Continue reading Climbing Da Feng (One of the Four Sisters)