singaporeIm going to Asia next week! My first destination will be Singapore to meet my sister who is studying over there. Two days later we’re leaving to the Philippines, first we’re going to Boracay, an island that just recently have been nominated to the Worlds Best Island by Travel & Leisure, there we’re going to enjoy the beautiful beach “The White Beach” for a couple of days.

(image source)

After Boracay we will be heading to another beautiful island, but not as mainstream as Boracay…Im talking about Malapascua. A pretty undiscovered island, only 2.5 kilometres long and 1 km wide. There I’m going to celebrate my birthday, I’m turning 30…and what couldn’t be better celebrating that in paradise with my sister?


(Malapascua , image source)

During our stay at Malapascua we will also make a day trip to a smaller and more hidden treasure in the ocean…a small island called Calanggaman. There are no hotels or anywhere to stay overnight on the island so you can imagine how quiet and peaceful it will be :-)


In the middle of December me and my sister will leave the Philippines and go to Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) in Vietnam. During ten days we will travel around in Vietnam which Im looking forward too since one of my best friends, Hana, have told me so much intresting things about Vietnam, their people and culture.

(Marina Bay Sands (the three buildings with the ship on top of it),image source)

We’re going to celebrate Christmas in Vietnam and in the end of December we will go back to Singapore to meet up our dad who will be coming to join us for ten days. We haven’t made any plans for that week..but I know my sister just made a reservation at the hotel Marina Bay Sands for their Chocolate Bar :-) We’ll be there during the New Year celebrating it together and I’ll leave Asia in the second week of January.

It’s my first time ever in Asia and Im really looking forward this trip and to see and spend time with my sweet sister :-)

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This Paris blog is created and maintained by Solli, a Swedish Expat living in Paris working as a Photographer. When she is not behind the lens or setting off to a new destination she loves to be in the kitchen and play around with whole, organic and seasonal food. In this blog she shares some glimpses of her everyday life as a bonne vivante wherever in the world she might be. Enjoy following her journey through life...

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