A MALAYSIAN WANDERLUSTRESS

A MALAYSIAN WANDERLUSTRESS

67 countries and counting. I wander, I meander, I get lost. I've no check lists, own no guidebooks, nor maps. I'm an incredibly ordinary girl, from a developing country, who had worked hard to sustain my travelling life. If I can do it, so can you.

A TRAVEL BLOGGER, A COPYWRITER & A STORYTELLER

A TRAVEL BLOGGER, A COPYWRITER & A STORYTELLER

I write travel & lifestyle features. I craft persuasive content for clients like MINI, Renault, SMEG, FUJIOH and more. If you need help with content writing or have a story that needs to be told, I can help.

IDEAS AND INSPIRATION

IDEAS AND INSPIRATION

How can you afford long-term travelling? What is a life of travel all about? How does a girl-next-door from Malaysia do it? Here hold all ideas and inspiration for your upcoming journeys.

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Overland Crossing From Thailand Into Myanmar (via the Phu Num Ron Border)

As the bus slowly approaches Ban Phu Nam Ron, the Thai side of the border between Thailand and Myanmar, Chris […]

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Reflections of Wanderlust

SOME TIME IN 2009… I unscrewed the large metallic screws that held my cabin’s porthole tight and looked out. The […]

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How I Was Denied Boarding at Bangkok International Airport in 2007

My journey around the world didn’t begin with a round-the-world ticket. It didn’t even begin with a ‘I-will-quit-my-job-and-travel-around-the-world’ thought. Such […]

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Reflections of Wanderlust

SOME TIME IN 2009… I unscrewed the large metallic screws that held my cabin’s porthole tight and looked out. The […]

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How I Quit My Job and Travelled The World

The Long Story Of How I Started Roaming The World With Only 400 USD HI, I’M YING AND I’M A […]

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How to be a hospitality superstar in Melbourne

One of the most frequently-asked-questions on my blog is: How did I find jobs in Australia? Was it easy for […]

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About Ying

My name is Ying. Due to my petite stature, my Italian friends have nicknamed me Piccola, which translates into little Ying. […]

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