Kuching, despite being the capital of Sarawak, was a perfect place for a weekends getaway from a bustling city life in Singapore. I absolutely was in love with Kuching’s slow pace after spending 3 days 2 nights on this island of Borneo, East Malaysia.
Being someone who fancies the urban city more than nature itself, I have visited and listed down some of the places which you might want to add to your bucket list when visiting Kuching. Since driving wasn’t an option for myself, all these places are easily accessible by cab.
Continue reading “6 Places To Visit In Kuching As A Non-Nature Lover”
Anyway, I would like to share an experience offered at Fo Guang Shan (佛光山) which not many might know. Located just less than 10 minutes walk from Punngol Mrt, Fo Guang Shan (佛光山) is basically a place of worship for Buddhist and it has a teahouse which serves satisfying vegetarian options for both devotees and the public.
Btw, this is my first blog post after over 2 years and I have recently exported my content from Blogger to WordPress.
The decision to continue blogging wasn’t exactly because of the covid-19 and Singapore implementing circuit breaker mode, which forces most people to hide in their homes. Continue reading “Sutra Calligraphy & Teahouse at Fo Guang Shan (佛光山) Punggol”