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MY PLASTIC SURGERY STORY IN KOREA PART 4

Thursday, September 07, 2017 / ,


Trust that you’re familiar with my plastic surgery last year in Korea. For those who do not, please click in to read PART 1 and PART 2 of my plastic surgery journey, also you can subscribe to my YouTube channel to watch the videos.

Last year the surgery was a success, I am genuinely happy with the result! With the assistance of Docfinderkorea, I’ve got to do my plastic surgery at ID Hospital, I am so thankful to have them! They followed up with my result constantly even when I am back to my country. So this year I’ve decided to do another surgery at the same hospital, I’ve contacted Docfinderkorea again. I went to Korea in this April with my friend, Cherrie. She wanted to get her nose fix, she asked for my opinion. And I’ve suggested Docfinderkorea for her too. After their discussion, Cherrie decided to go for ID Hospital too!

Japan Budget Travel Guide

Thursday, July 27, 2017 / ,

**GUEST POST



Ah, beautiful Japan. We at GoBear Malaysia have quite a number of articles featuring Japan; check out our handy-dandy travel advisory, for instance (we seriously recommend you read this one, as Japan has some mobile phone and electricity compatibility issues when compared to Malaysia), or when to go flower-watching. But Japan is also very expensive, especially if you stay anywhere in Tokyo, or so most people would think. Is there a way to travel around Japan on a budget? Let GoBear Malaysia guide you through the ins and out of doing Japan on the cheap.

  1. The local konbini (convenience store) is your best friend
Not only do convenience stores sell you lunch sets (bentos) at really reasonable prices (for Japan), but they also in many cases offer free Wi-Fi. Given that your phone is unlikely to work in Japan (unless you have a CDMA phone for some reason), this is a good way to keep in touch with friends and family back home.

  1. Travel by anything other than the Shinkansen
Do use it once just for the novelty. Gasp as your ticket costs can come up to several hundred ringgit per adult (depending on how far you’ve travelled and what class you’re booked on). And then decide that even flying is cheaper than using the bullet train.

Alternatively, if you want to travel throughout Japan over a longer period of time, then buy the Japan Rail Pass, which is only available to non-Japanese-citizen tourists. The pass will allow you access to almost all Shinkansen and other Japan Rail services, and will quickly pay for itself if you do, in fact, use it to travel all across the country. Value-for-money, definitely; budget travel, not so much.

  1. No better time to try out a love hotel
They probably look pretty dodgy on the outside, but you’d better believe that they’re well-appointed on the inside. And for the price you pay, a great way to stay the night without breaking your budget.

Other options to consider include capsule hotels (but not if you’re large sized), or, if you’re the type who will consider Akihabara a must-see destination, even manga cafes.

  1. Use the free tour guide services
Amazingly enough, there are a number of them around. There is an actual national, official organisation called Goodwill Guides who will take you around – they even speak English. The Kansai region (Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Kobe etc.) has a body called Visit Kansai who also have volunteer guides to help you around the place. Free is always good for your budget, and you help the guides practise their English as well – it’s a win-win situation all around. Make sure you ask them to bring you to all the free tourist attractions too!
The one thing you don’t want to do on a budget is your travel insurance, though. The reason for that is because Japanese healthcare is world-class, but also expensive, comparatively speaking – not to mention that most Japanese only speak, well, Japanese. Having an emergency line to call in the case of medical problems is a really good idea. But just because a plan is competitively-priced, that doesn’t make it a ‘cheap’ plan. Tune Protect, for instance, has its annual Travel Easy plan which costs RM155/year, which is pretty reasonable yet still covers all the usual likely incidents that can occur to you during your travel.
And if you’re looking for more options, then check out our comparison services.

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Foodie in South Australia

Monday, July 03, 2017 / , , ,


Not sure about you guys, but I am telling you that I am genuinely in love with South Australia after my first visit! Clear blue sky, fine food and wine, fun and adventurous activities, amazing stay, etc. You get the full Australian experience all in one state. Before you read this post, I would suggest you to head over and enjoy my first South Australia post here. I went to South Australia in January with a friend named Felicia, all my amazing photos were nicely taken thanks to her!

We stayed in two different hotels, Novotel Barossa Valley Resort and Hilton Adelaide. Novotel Barossa Valley Resort offered spectacular view of Barossa Valley, one of the most beautiful landscapes I’ve seen. First photo was taken at the pool of Novotel Resort from my hotel room. Whereas Hilton Adelaide offered local view of Adelaide, central market and also the ancient architectural buildings of the state. I’ve enjoyed my stay in both of the hotels!

12 Ways To Experience South Australia

Sunday, June 04, 2017 /


If you’re following my Instagram, you would know that I travelled to South Australia in January. Frankly, I have never been to Australia and this was my first ever one. According to Lonely Planet, South Australia is one of the top 5 must-see regions in the world. I personally agree with the statement, even though it was only 5-days trip, but I’ve experienced different kind of activities such as wine tasting, wildlife park experience, beaches hopping, and so on! Basically South Australia is a one-stop destination for world-class wine, unbeatable gourmet food and produce, picturesque natural scenery, and unique wildlife. There were so many things to do and I can’t wait to share with you my experiences!

To make it easier, I’ve listed out the 12 ways to experience South Australia. Adelaide, Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley were the places I went, I’ve got to try out different activities in such a short period!

Adelaide

Adelaide is a contemporary yet friendly city, which surrounded by rolling hills, exquisite beaches with crystal-clear water and 19th century sandstone architectural buildings. From cafes and restaurants, parks, cellar doors, events and sporting festivals can be found in this beautiful city. When I was there, there was Santos Tour Down Under happening in the city.

  1. Beaches hopping

One thing I like the most about Adelaide is the beaches with crystal-clear water. Glenelg is the nearest to the city and easy to reach by tram, it is Adelaide’s most popular beach destination, with shops, cafes and restaurants around.

Get Ready with Me | Feat. Sasa Malaysia

Thursday, March 02, 2017 / ,


I remember I used to have a hard time on looking for those beauty products I wanted, for that I had to make several trips for different products, not only it causing troubles, but also wasting time and money for those trips. I am glad that we have Sasa in Malaysia, it’s a one-stop cosmetic specialty store, with over 700 brands, skin care, makeup, hair care, body care, health and beauty supplements, etc. I can easily get the beauty products I want from here!

Recently, I’ve made some shopping from Sasa Malaysia again!

Life is Better with Pantene 3 Minute Miracle

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 / ,


People often have the wrong impression that conditioner doesn’t help in making your hair look better. Let me tell you my story -- I am a full time blogger and my job requires me to do a lot of styling and coloring. My hair has been so damaged and sensitive due to all these factors. :( On regular days, I will still blow dry, brush and curl my hair. I believe most of the girls do the same thing too. With all the things we do that cause damage to our hair, it’s important to save it before if it’s too late. I also noticed my hair looks dull as I grow older, and I will try my best not to cause more damages. Recently, I’ve came across Pantene’s new 3 Minute Miracle on Watsons website and the product promises to reverse the damages in just 3 minutes.

Benefits of Pantene 3 Minute Miracle
  • Repairs damage
  • Smoothens hair
  • Improves hair health
  • Strengthens hair
  • Prevents split ends
  • Instant result of smooth and shiny hair

RED All The Way!

Monday, January 16, 2017 / ,


Not sure if you’ve noticed my Instagram postings, I wore a lot of red outfits lately, Red is one of my favorite colors, I think it makes my skin looks fairer and more radiant! And now Chinese New Year is all about red red red! Triumph’s RED is back in town boasting all the latest innovations from your favourite tailoress in fashion’s most iconic shade. Lush fabrics in shimmering prints and lace come together in designs such as seductive Deep-V, Aqua, Butterfly, Cleavage on demand Magic Spacer.