[SPAIN] Casa Milà (La Pedrera)



Casa Milà is the last building designed by Antoni Gaudí, before he devoted himself completely to the construction of the Sagrada Familia. It was the new home of the Milà family, hence the name. However, it was also known as La Pedrera (the quarry house) due to its irregular shape façade which resembles an open quarry in appearance.

[SPAIN] Barcelona - A Complete Guide to Park Güell


Nestled among Carmel Hill’s north face, Park Güell is another masterpiece by Gaudí which offers sweeping panoramic vistas of Barcelona city below. This impressive park covers a total of 12 hectares. A giant salamander known as “the dragon” greets visitors at the staircase near the main entrance as visitors approaching the terrace. It has become a symbol of Barcelona along with Sagrada La Familia.

[SPAIN] Barcelona - La Rambla (Street) & La Bouqeria (Market)



La Rambla is the most famous street in Barcelona. Lined by plane trees on both sides, it stretches for approximately 1.2km from Place de Catalunya at the northern end  to Port Vell and Columbus Monument at the southern end. The ever crowded and lively Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria is well worth a visit while strolling along La Rambla.

[MALAYSIA] Kwai Chai Hong - Journey Back to The 1960's KL Chinatown



Kwai Chai Hong on Lorong Panggung is a hidden back alley which was facelifted to become one of Kuala Lumpur's insta-worthy spot and tourist attraction. A visit to Kwai Chai Hong will send you back to the Chinatown in 1960s.

[SPAIN] Barcelona - My Visit to Palau Güell


Palau Güell is one of Antoni Gaudi's early works in Barcelona (1886 - 1890). It was the home of the Güell i López family on La Rambla until they moved to Park Güell. It is now part of UNESCO World Heritage Site "Works of Gaudi".