Author: Sherene Gong
On my recent trip to Melbourne, I had the pleasure of experiencing a Chef de Cuisine seven course Omakase at Nobu Crown Melbourne.
Caring for Pot Plants: A Beginner’s Guide
In this beginner’s guide, I will take you through the steps of caring for your pot plants, so you can enjoy their beauty for years to come.
8 Indoor Pot Plants to Elevate Your Decor
Indoor plants are a great way to add life and personality to your living space. Here are eight of my favourite indoor pot plants with unique qualities and benefits.
Staycation at the Wildlife Retreat at Taronga
Located on the grounds of Taronga Zoo, the Wildlife Retreat at Taronga offers guests the opportunity to stay overnight in luxurious eco-suites nestled within the natural bushland of the zoo.
School Holiday in Perth
In July of last year, I travelled to Perth with my son during the school holidays. Our flight was scheduled for 10:25 am, but due to delays both during departure and upon arrival at the baggage area, we arrived in Perth six hours later. To put it in perspective, this flight took almost twice the…
8 Chic Apartment Styling Ideas
Get ready to fall in love with your apartment all over again with these 8 chic styling ideas. Click to see tips and inspirations.
Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef
During last year’s Easter holiday, I took my son to Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef. It was our first time visiting Tropical North Queensland and the Great Barrier Reef. It was also our first domestic travel since the pandemic started, making it all the more memorable. Day 1: Cairns Esplanade Lagoon We flew in…
Today is the 15th day of Lunar New Year, and to wrap up the celebration’s completion, I wanted to share some photos of my Lunar New Year dinner at Botanic House located inside Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden. The Botanic House offers modern Asian cuisine by chef Luke Nguyen. My friend and I celebrated the Year…
Layover in Singapore
On my way home from Kathmandu, I flew with Singapore Airlines and had an 18 hour layover in Singapore, arriving at 6am. It wasn’t ideal but it was the only connecting flight I could book at that time. So what do I do in a layover that is too long to hang around at the…
Wedding in Kathmandu, Nepal
A few months ago… I had the privilege to get invited to my colleague and good friend’s wedding in Nepal. That was super exciting for so many reasons – one, because this would be my first time travelling overseas since the pandemic started; two, this would be my second wedding trip with my awesome work friends…