Food Adventures in Siem Reap

I’ve been thinking of how I want to organise the Siem Reap posts, do I write it day by day as I wrote about my Japan trip or should I change it up and try something new? I noticed there is a good amount of food pictures, I decided to start off with all the food we had while we were in Siem Reap!


$1 watermelon shake, the weather was really hot and humid so the drink was definitely refreshing.


On the first night, we walked around Pub Street and decided to have dinner at one of the restaurant(?) on the roadside. I ordered this kebab and it was so burnt, I scraped off the burnt part just cause burnt bits are not good. One thing about eating outdoors were the bugs. There were bugs everywhere, flying in the food and it was unpleasant but I got used to it after three days. I’ll say, “Look at this little friend, what are you doing here?” Haha.


Also had stir fry noodles and also fried rice which I don’t have a picture of.


This is similar to the Vietnamese spring rolls. This dinner was decent, nothing too great or special, but we have good food over the next few days!

We had Khmer cuisine for lunch at Chaney Tree because the hotel recommended. The food there was good, I can’t exactly name every dish, but I will try to.


Mixed vegetables.


This is a salad with pomelo and lotus roots.


I really liked this dish, green curry prawns! Their green curry is a little different from the Thai green curry that I am used to, but it was still delicious!


This is pork ribs, didn’t really enjoy this as I am not a big fan of pork ribs or pork in general.

Next up is breakfast buffet in the hotel, I didn’t take many pictures of the selection of food, but it’s the usual fried rice, stir fry vermicelli noodles, one of the morning, they had Phad Thai which was so good! Of course, there was fruits, salad, bread, coffee, etc.


This simple noodles chicken noodle soup was so delicious!


This is the condiment to the chicken noodle soup, looks really simple but it was so flavourful, the lime and chilli gave a nice kick to the soup!

This meal is what we had after we visited Angkor Wat. This is one of the restaurants our driver recommended. I didn’t take down the name unfortunately, we had a good meal here!


This is a clear soup with a hint of sourness and it has the vegetable that has a very strong taste, which I don’t mind when it’s in the soup but it was raw in the Vietnamese spring roll and the taste was too overpowering, to me.


Fried egg with bitter gourd.


When we ordered this, it said Thai fishcakes, so we were expecting it to be Thai fishcakes, but it’s more of a breaded fishcake? But it was quite yummy! It’s thin and crispy with surprisingly good flavours!


We were told to try Amok, it’s one of the most popular Khmer dishes. It was so so so delicious! It has that same vegetable in it, it’s fish, almost like a curry but it’s not, but it’s super delicious!

We were so exhausted from exploring around Angkor Wat, so we decided to have dinner right in the hotel, and it’s a pretty good deal, for barbeque. We got to choose what we want and it was airconditioned, heheh. All the plates were $5, so it’s pretty reasonable, we shared so we could try everything!


Chicken wings with some vegetable.


Barbequed prawns, I ordered this (we did share), hehe, I love love love prawns!


Next up is pork chop with some vegetables as well.


Pork ribs which were really good according to those who ate it, I can’t comment on this because again, I am not a big fan of pork.


I think this was red snapper, we ordered two of these. This was so yummy as well! The fish was so fresh. ❤ I really enjoyed this dinner as it was in the hotel so we don’t have to walk far at all. Actually, there was a taco vendor right outside the hotel, so, I had taco later that night, it was only $2, it was also delicious! I was extremely full that night.. So worth it!

This next meal was our lunch after we visited Tonle Sap. Our driver brought us to yet another yummy restaurant, there was a queue as well, so you know it’s good.


This is vegetable Amok! We also ordered fish Amok which I don’t have a picture of, the vegetable Amok is delicious but I still prefer the fish Amok, I really want some right now.


We also had tom yam which was nice because it wasn’t too spicy. I love tom yam, Khmer cuisine can be quite similar with Thai cuisine.


This is a simple tofu/bean curd dish with vegetable.


We had extra time before our driver returns to pick us up, so we had dessert, fried banana with ice-cream and rolled cookie. We have a similar cookie here in Malaysia!

Last meal in Siem Reap!


Cambodian coffee, this was really nice! Wished I had more of this.


This is one of the best Hawaiian pizza I’ve ever had. It’s not fancy but it was so yummy! We also had onion soup which was not bad. I really enjoyed our last meal!

I miss Amok the most and the tacos!



This is my second time writing this, unfortunately, technology is not on my side this afternoon. On this Saturday afternoon, I am writing about Big Bang’s MADE film!

I watched the film with my fellow VIP classmate, Sabilla and my sister and her friend. Firstly, tickets were hard to get as we wanted to watch it at Sunway Pyramid as it is the most convenient for all of us. Sabilla went to the cinema immediately after class in hopes to get the tickets for the four of us, fortunately, she got them! We got the twin seats at the LUXE theatre, which was a good deal as the price is the same for the standard theatre. I went and meet Sabilla right after I am done with my class!

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It feels quite exclusive, really. I usually never check on the different kinds of theatres because I know it’s more expensive but this time, it’s the same price, so it’s worth it! Plus, it’s BIGBANG.


Little lounge area that we just walked by, hahaha. We were too excited to watch the film!


The chairs were so comfy! (This is slowly becoming a post on the theatre…)


Back to our favourite BIGBANG. The movie was absolutely amazing, I wished it was longer, I’m sure there were more clips! Every VIP should watch this! The ups and downs during the entire MADE tour. I felt I’m a part of the tour, well I kinda am since I went to one of the shows. It was about a year ago, the concert in KL! The concert is more than just singing, even the little details that affect the concert, the members personally give their input and they want to make it perfect! There were scenes that almost made me cry. 😥

Sabilla and I were singing and dancing to the songs! I was so excited in the cinema, I just wanted to jump around, hahaha. I think that’s the first time I was singing in a theatre. The sound system was really good, so I don’t think anyone heard me singing, haha. I laughed so much too, so much of precious moments! I say this again and again, so glad I joined the fandom before the start of the MADE promotions, I didn’t miss any of their song releases. I’d watch this again and again.


The tour list! MALAYSIA! ❤ I miss BIGBANG!

Next post is on Siem Reap! In the midst of editing that. 😀




The f​irst day of the final semester! + other stuff I meant to write


I’ve been meaning to write a post after I gotten my results for my previous semester but I was on holiday then I had to make photobooks and now finally my final semester began!

First things first, I’m very quite happy with my grades, though I know I could have done better for one of the units, but for the rest of the units, I am pretty happy with the results. Good guidance leads to good marks! I have to work really really hard this semester!

Fast forward to three days after I got my results, I’m on a plane to Siem Reap! (I am planning to do a quick post of that trip!)

After coming back from Siem Reap, I had another one week of holiday before my final semester commences. I had two lectures today, assessments are challenging(?). Who am I kidding, assessments are always challenging. It’s good to see my friends again! On a side note, I was unsure of my back-to-uni outfit today, and I asked for my sister opinion at least three times and she said, “It’s okay, it doesn’t look weird”, so I just left and as I was in the elevator, a guy complimented me and afterward my friend complimented me, so I guess it wasn’t as strange as I thought it was, I need to stop doubting myself, whether it is fashion choices or on the way I do my assignments (I always feel it is not good enough). Other than school stuff, I already made plans with my friend to watch Big Bang’s MADE next week! 😁

Just an update after a long long time! It has also been a long time since I’ve done a haul post, I’ve done some shopping but I’ve been disconnected with writing in the digital world (maybe because there was already so much writing for school).

Till my Siem Reap post!


Just happy

It’s been way too long since the last post, so long that a semester has gone by, so quickly.

I now only have another semester to go until I finish my degree course! It’s too much to even think about life after that.. Anyways, this post is just for me to reflect on the semester.

Firstly, I changed my classes at least twice this semester, from authorship to writing and finally settling to feminism which I thought would be simple because the assignment briefs said, ‘Reflective Practices’, but it’s not the kind of reflective practices I thought it would be and I hope I don’t fail that class. Pretty proud of myself to stuck by that class, again, really hope I don’t fail. Then I took three other classes from my major and one from my elective, which was actually pretty good, two of my classes were taught by the same lecturer which was fun and the lecturer was really nice and helpful.I also changed my minor to avoid a certain class, from screen studies which I really enjoyed the first year units to journalism which is my major for my diploma. I now have an elective of my choice to complete for next semester, I’m thinking of taking the easy way out since I already have three third-year unit next semester, guess that’ll be pretty heavy.


I also drank a ton of coffee and hot chocolates because two of my lectures were at 4PM, not the best timing but it was fine since the lectures weren’t crazy boring.


I also wore these a lot, got so much compliments on them, and I also like to feel tall. Haha. They’re from H&M by the way. 😉

Moving on to the fun stuff that I did throughout the semester, non-academic related. EXO concert thanks to my sister though I am not crazy about them, seeing Lee Kwang Soo from a far (he actually thanked me, this would be a super long story if I start, long story short, I wrote ‘Asia Prince’ in Korean and not much banners were there and he saw it and said ‘Kamsahamida’, this also happened when I moved to the ground floor), and I met Sandara Park of 2NE1. I was very very close to not going for Sandara Park’s event because it was the week where mostly all the assignments are due, but I managed my assignments and my sister convinced me to go since it’s not everyday you get invited for events like these.


EXO concert!


Asia Prince, Lee Kwang Soo at the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge launch in KLCC, I was at the third floor or so, then moved to the ground floor.


Meeting Sandara Park for Moonshot!

I then went from this light brown/blonde colour to a deep red which I am loving! So glad to have dark hair again! My semester break started on the 27th May, I have to clarify this because everyone says, ‘Wow, you have a two months break! That’s really long’, yes I do have a two months break but it’s only because I don’t have official exams which started this week, exception for in class tests during the semester. Other than that, I was and possibly still is obsessed with Lee Hi’s album and Produce 101 songs, literally only listened to these two the entire three to four months.


My hair colour and my hair in general was getting crazy out of hand.


I also got my bangs back!


So happy with the change!


I got super obsessed with this Japanese restaurant, it’s super delicious!


Wore these a lot too, cause they are crazy comfy. ❤


I had the most wonderful semester, had really good lecturers this semester, particularly the one that gave a lot of extensions but I didn’t need them, though it gave me time to change my essays which the lecturer did not encourage. Made new friends that I wished I had met sooner and I was generally really happy. Hope next semester would be as good! I also need to ALWAYS proofread before submitting my assignments, which I don’t do often.


Last Day in Osaka

13 December, 2015. It’s my last day in Osaka!

Since it’s our last day in Osaka, we had to make good use of it. 😀 We started off the day with some ramen! We checked out from our Airbnb, left our bags with the hosts and went off for the day, our flight were at midnight.

We asked the host for some directions to this ramen place, Kinryu Ramen, this place is loved by the Big Bang members, and I watched Daesung recommend this place to the fan during his live broadcast, so of course we had to try! We actually saw the Kinryu branch in Dotonbori but there weren’t any seats, so we didn’t go for that one. We were really too tired to stand and eat. It’s actually quite common to stand and eat in Japan, we’re not really used to eat though. We went to the Namba branch! You definitely can’t miss this dragon on the street!


The restaurant had free flow of white rice, kimchi and also seasoned spring onions. Super generous, the kimchi was super yummy!


The delicious bowl of glorious ramen with it’s amazing broth. ❤ I really can’t decide if I like Ichiran better to Kinryu better!


After the delicious ramen brunch, we walked around the Namba area and went to this claw machine store. The entire store was filled with claw machines. I didn’t try my luck as I already know I don’t know and am not good at it. Haha, but I found lots of Krunk bears!



Selca with the Krunk bears!


Mini Krunk bears!


Then I saw this outside the store and decided to play with this instead, it was cheaper and I definitely will get something out of it. 😀



I wanted the Daesung one but got Taeyang’s one instead, that’s okay! 😀


It’s purpose it mainly as a souvenir, I wouldn’t wear it out as a watch. Hahaha.


As we were walking the street, we found this fried chicken place. There were quite a lot of people buying it, so we decided to try it out. I’m so glad we did because it was so crispy and juicy, the best part was that it was boneless! ❤ Super delicious, it was beyond my expectations. It’s called Kinnotorikara! I would crave for this. 😀


There were a selection of sauces and seasoning you can choose from and you can add however much as you like, super yummy!


After that, we walked more and went to the shopping mall that had Nana’s Green Tea. Nana’s Green Tea was one of the places we planned to go before hand, and we couldn’t find any for the past however long we were there, when we finally see one, we had to go and try it!

Below is the warabi mochi with sugar and green tea chocolate and also regular chocolate. Both of this were really delicious. The sugar syrup tasted like gula melaka! The warabi mochi is really yummy! ❤ It’s my new favourite mochi! As for the chocolate, they are chocolate, chocolate can never go wrong. ❤


These two desserts! I don;t even remember what they are called but one is green tea and the other is roasted tea. Delicioussssssss! ❤ Fortunately, we can get it in Malaysia!


After desserts, we walked around the mall, there were a Harry Potter exhibition. Look at the wands! 😀 I always wanted one.


I love Harry Potter series so much, so much! Ps. RIP Alan Rickman, besides Harry Potter, I really enjoyed his other works too. ❤


Then we headed to Namba Park as we didn’t know where else to go.


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I liked how the park is built, very interesting and refreshing!

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Before we leave the city, we had some food, we went to First Kitchen again. Heheh.


After that meal, we went back to the Airbnb to collect our luggages and then we headed to the airport by the subway.


Subway ticket!


At the airport as we wait to check in, I opened the box of Moomin cookies I bought from Daiso, they aren’t too bad. 😀 Super cute!


We ate some food as we were hungry, Japanese curry! 😀 This wasn’t the best curry we had there, the best was Coco Curry! We ordered fish and chicken.

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After a few hours in the airport, we found out that our flight was canceled due to technical issues, therefore we had to wait for the next flight out Osaka, we stayed another night in the airport. I was feeling sick at the end of the trip, the airport was cold, but luckily the vending machine had hot tea, so that helped me a lot! My sister and I took a walk outside the airport for some fresh air with our lovable plushies. ❤


The staff gave us some food, but I didn’t feel like having anything as I was feeling ill.


Morning came and we finally got our boarding pass! We decide to get another ticket and fly back to KL by Malaysia Airline. We had breakfast at Boteyju! I was hoping to get okonomiyaki but it was too early, they don’t serve that instead they have a breakfast set meal. We got some noodles and sandwiches. Nothing beats their okonomiyaki! Just saying. Haha.

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As we were going through security, we realised that 2PM’s JunK was going through security as well! We went the same line as him! OMG. We were so so close to him!


Literally standing next to him!


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It was such a surprise to see a Korean idol in the airport! What an experience! Thanks to the cancelled flight, we get to see a K-pop idol. Hahaha. Next time, let’s bump into Big Bang perhaps? 😀


Typical airplane shot. Heheh.


Arrival at KLIA!


This concludes my Japan adventures! It was a blast visiting the futuristic country! The country is so modern and so traditional at the same time, there’s the fast moving Tokyo and on the other side there is the city filled with history, Kyoto. I miss Japan all the time! The food especially and also the beautiful sceneries!

Thank you, Momo for being such a good host on behalf of your boss!

I want to visit more of Japan! Hokkaido, Nagoya, Kobe, everywhere in Japan!

Till next time! The rest of my trip in Japan linked below!

Tokyo Day 1
Tokyo Day 2
Little Quaint Town: Hakone
Hakone to Tokyo
Tokyo Disneyland
Tokyo to Osaka
Osaka Adventures
Kyoto Day 1
Nara and Kyoto


Nara and Kyoto

Hello! I’m back with the next Osaka adventure.

12 December, 2015.

I began my morning with a trip to Kuromon Ichiba market. My mum and grandma went to this market a day before and my sister and I didn’t go, so I wanted to go and check the market out, after all it’s one of the tourist attraction. I went there mainly for fruits! Strawberries in particular! Hehe.


Pineberries or white strawberries. I get why it’s called wineberry, when I ate it, there was a pineapple taste! So strange but interesting at the same time, if I had to compare with the regular strawberry, I would say I prefer the regular strawberry better. ❤ But the pineberry was an interesting try.


Japanese fruit products, so beautifully packaged and so fresh!


The most expensive strawberries I found! ¥15000 which converts to about RM525! But the strawberries looks so yummy, so big! Not to mention individually packaged as well.




Literally my dream come true, STRAWBERRIES. ❤




There was so much to see, I enjoyed market trips because I got to see the different things we don’t have in Malaysia.


Crab! I didn’t get to have any this trip, I’ll make sure to get it the next time I go! The first thing on my list. 😀


Bought these strawberries. I had a strawberry galore party before I left Osaka. SO YUMMY. I can’t get them in Malaysia! I did see one in the supermarket that had the same packaging as this one but it was priced at RM58 and it was not as big as this.. 😦


Morning coffee. ❤


After the market trip, we went back and then took a train to Nara!


This is the Higashimuki Shopping Street which we walked along after visiting Nara Park. We found a giant Daiso store here and went crazy. Haha, bought a lot of stuff! The Daiso is equals to ¥100 which converts to RM3.50, which is way cheaper to buy there than the Daiso in Malaysia, RM5.30 now with the GST. Daiso is ❤


I was super excited to see the deers! ❤


Hello there! The deers there are so chill, they just sit around.

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Autumn foliage in the beginning of winter! ❤


I tied my hair like Minnie Mouse on that day, heheh. #OnlyinJapan But look at the deer! ❤


Of course I had to take a selca with the deer!


They are all so cute!


With dearest mummy!


After visiting the deer park, we went to the shopping street and then left Nara and went to Kyoto! Another day in beautiful Kyoto. ❤


We visited the Fushimi Inari Shine. Super beautiful! Even the train station is built using the red colour scheme.


The gate to the shrine. There were lots of street food there, so no worries if you’re hungry!


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Takoyaki! I can’t eat them because of the octopus in it, I am allergic to squid so high possibility that I’m allergic to octopus too. 😦


Looks so yummy!


Pork kebab thing, this was yummy!


I found a rare spot that doesn’t have anyone!


The infamous thousands of vermilion torii gates! It’s hard to take a nice picture because there were lots of tourists. We didn’t walk all the way as we were tired from all the walking we did for the past few days. Next time we’ll be more prepared. >.<


Pretty autumn foliage!


As we were going down, there were a group of people making lots of noise and chasing people, so we walked aside, it turned out to be some Japanese artists, we have no idea who that was, but they sure are famous!


People all crowding to get a glimpse of the artists. There were about 3 of them, they passed by us, they definitely had the artist look. Haha.


We walked on trains very often in Kyoto, it feels very old school. Haha.


Kyoto is filled with beautiful streams and rivers, very serene and calming to look at.


We went back to Teramachi Street and bought a crepe!


This was yummy but not as yummy as the one we had in Harajuku!


After that, we went around looking for Ichiran Ramen, one of the recommendations we got, we asked a group of Japanese ladies and they were kind enough to walk us there as they were going the same direction, and we arrived! Vending machine to select the meal.


It was an individual seating set up, but the partition can be unlocked and open it so we can see each other. Haha.


Omg, this was SUPER yummy! One of the best ramen I’ve had in Japan! We can choose the spiciness, the noodles consistency, and whether you want green or white onion, and other things you get to choose, kind of a custom made bowl of ramen. Super yummy, we ended up ordering extra noodles. The broth were super yummy too!


The green tea tofu, this might not suit everyone’s taste. Personally I didn’t try but my mum said it’s kind of bitter.


I think of this ramen all the time! [CC: Christy and Nadya! We were talking about this ramen the entire time we were in Singapore!]


After that, we went to Arashiyama to see the bamboos!


Some exhibition at the Hanky Arashiyama Station.


Unfortunately, I felt sick because of the amount of crowd, it was super crowded. Therefore I didn’t take any photos of the bamboos, I would wanna go again in the day, the night view nice but I think the day view would be much prettier. The walk from the train station to the bamboo area was pretty long, we should’ve checked for bus route.


We then took the train back to Osaka after visiting Arashiyama and had lots of strawberries after a long day of walking. I then had a good night sleep!


Till next time!

Tokyo Day 1
Tokyo Day 2
Little Quaint Town: Hakone
Hakone to Tokyo
Tokyo Disneyland
Tokyo to Osaka
Osaka Adventures
Kyoto Day 1


Kyoto Day 1

December 11, 2015. A visit to the stunning Kyoto city!

We used a Kansai pass for the trips to Kyoto, which is super easy to travel around with, since we’ve been there for a few days and we got used to the train services way better. 😀

We were greeted by a Christmas tree decorated with Disney characters! Super cute! ❤ This was at the Kyoto tourist information counter. 😀


On the way from Shinjuku station, I spotted Kiko! She’s everywhere in Japan! So pretty!


I also had been eyeing on this drink only because there were super cute Minnie and Mickey Mouse on it, I had to get it! I took the bottles back to KL. Heheh. As for the drink, it was nice, nothing too great. The bottle is great though. ❤

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We went to a fast food restaurant for our brunch! First Kitchen, so healthy right? Hahahah. The salad was actually very nice, the prawns were crunchy and fresh. Yums! We were walking along the Nishiki Market and found this place.IMG_2682 IMG_2684

Found this along the Teramachi Street, so much to see!


There were a lot of taxfree shops in Kyoto, so we bought a lot of souvenirs and snacks from the taxfree shops, we even had to leave them at the locker at the train station.. Best place to get snacks or souvenirs back home! But keep in mind, they’ll pack it in a bag where you can’t open until you leave Japan, so if you want to eat the snack right there, then pay separately. Also, found Kiko once again! Hahaha.






Nishiki Market, so much of food!



More pretty flowers!



Omg, this green tea warabi mochi was the best! Seriously. No kidding!


Can’t go without having a green tea ice-cream right?! I took a bite of the mochi and was like, “OMG, what is this yummy thing?!” I want it now! 😦


After that we left the market and went to the first temple, Ginkaku-ji temple, also known as the Silver Pavilion. Kyoto is so beautiful, everywhere is so serene and pretty!


I can take a picture at whatever place and it’ll look nice! I loved walking around here. Very peaceful. ❤


Though it was gloomy but still beautiful!


Lots of little streams everywhere, super clear streams. I loved looking at it, haha.


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This street leads us to the temple. Kyoto has lots of little streets and alleys!



Potato snack. 😀


We found the same shop that sells the green tea warabi mochi and decided to get some back! Super yummy! The shop is called Sa Wa Wa!


We reached the entrance of the temple!


This particular place reminded me of the Harry Potter maze from the 4th movie!


Entrance ticket to the temple! Very different from the usual entrance ticket.


From here, I’ll just let the pictures do the talking~

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This looks like stairway to a magical forest!


SO BEAUTIFUL. I was in awe the entire time! ❤


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After the visit to the absolute stunning temple, we went to have a snack at a little store, my sister’s favourite dango. I can’t keep track of how much of dango she had eaten. Haha!


Again, I kept on using the stickers on Snapchat. 😀



Next place we went is to the Kiyomizu Dera temple. By this time, we were already tired from all the walking, there were lots of uphill which was tiring. The street to the temple was crowded but it definitely had the old village feel to it, does that make sense?



We finally reached where the entrance of the temple, but we didn’t go any higher because we were super tired, we’ll definitely go again next time! To the very top! Also, we finally see the blue skies! ❤ Stunning.


The sunset was so beautiful!

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On the way down, we bought a green tea creme puff! Yummyyyyyy! When in Japan, try everything green tea. ❤


I loved this street! I’m pretty sure is it the Ninenzaka Street. So much of photo opportunity! Too bad it was getting dark, I felt this street was something I would have seen from one of the Studio Ghibli films. ❤

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See! So beautiful! ❤


After that, we went to Gion and had dinner at a Chinese restaurant. Gyoza, love love love gyoza! ❤




Sweet and sour pork.


Fried rice!


After dinner, we went back to Osaka with out heavy load of haul from the taxfree shop! We mostly took a bus everywhere in Kyoto, using the Kansai pass. 😀 This is how they packed it for us, we put the entire thing in the luggage as it is, just in case if the custom checks but they didn’t.


Night snack! ❤ Loved this so much.


That’s all for today! Super loved the day in Kyoto, so serene, calm, scenic and peaceful. ❤ Nature.

Till next time!

Tokyo Day 1
Tokyo Day 2
Little Quaint Town: Hakone
Hakone to Tokyo
Tokyo Disneyland
Tokyo to Osaka
Osaka Adventures