Friday, 21 September 2018

La Tomatina, Spain (Review & Safety Tips) ... Experience of a Lifetime!

Hola! Greetings from Spain returned ! πŸ˜‰

Spain had been a great host and I loved every bit of it. Great architecture, blooming balconies, chocolates loaded, bicycle rides on spanish streets, sweetness of macarons, I was completely overwhelmed. A trip to be remembered for lifetime, the high point being a part of the La Tomatina festival ! I hope you remember glimpses from the famous Hrithik Roshan starrer - "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara". Thought of penning down my experience for all those who may be excited for splashes of sauciness in the coming years.

#La-Tomatina2018 #Madness #TomatoFestival #Bunol #SpainDiaries #Sauciness

LaTomatina was held on 29th August this year and we were a part of this festival. We had booked 1 day package from Barcelona via Stoke Travels (Charges - 95Euro for 1 day package per person). Ever since that booking was made i was bouncing off the walls. Stoke Travels is indeed one of the finest tour operators that we have experienced so far in the foreign lands. We had our itinerary defined well in time and also mailers were received well in advance, with regards to some tips to follow during the festival. They have a pretty responsive help desk, which can be contacted through emails or calls and your queries are resolved timely.

#StokeTravels - Barcelona the city that never sleeps but sometimes passes out!

Finally when the D-day arrived, I was all bright eyed and bushy tailed standing at the meeting point (Hard Rock Cafe, Placa de Catalunya, Barcelona) in the middle of the night (2AM) πŸ˜‰. The team arrived and the entire crowd was split into 2 groups. After quick briefings of the do's and dont's, we got our hand tags that were to be worn for the entire festival duration. (To be identified as Stoke Traveler). One could opt for paella and unlimited beer/ sangria at the base campy with additional 10 Euros. Few folks also opted for Stoke travel t-shirts with slogans flashing - "Don't Keep Calm - It's Tomatina". Finally our buses departed at 3AM and we were off to the port city of Spain, Valencia. From there we further went ahead to Bunol, where this festival actually takes place. Reached around 09:30 AM in the morning. City was flocked with thousands of people coming from all over to enjoy the tomato madness for next couple of hours. We quickly got one cell phone pouch and two swimwear goggles to protect our eyes from the tomato juice and started walking towards the main street of action. We walked down the all way to the pole wherein the ham was hung. People tried endlessly to grab it and start the show, but alas! All in vain. Finally the festival started with a gun shot at 11AM. Trucks loaded with tomatoes, start moving across the streets and the tomato fight is in full swing. We witnessed 6 trucks that passed by, it was a full entertainment for next 1 hour. Loved every moment of it. It ended at 12 with another gunshot, post which people started to move back. The roads were filled with tomato debris by then and Bunol was painted in Red! Roads flooded with tomato puree all over, this sauciness turned thousands of strangers into friends in just an hour. People laid down on the streets, enjoying the puree, splashed water while the city council started the cleaning process immediately after 12 noon. As you walk back, locals provide water from hoses to clean the tomatoes from your body. But trust me you are all soaked up and it definitely needs a shower to clear every bit of it. Skin feels fresh, all due thanks to the tomato facial 😊

We walked back to the spot where in our bus dropped us. Pulled in our change bag and literally changed under a towel ... looks like I got expert in that 😜Post that we were taken to our campsite in Putzol which was an hour drive and we had unlimited sangria to ourselves and some nice food. There was a beach nearby and we basked in the sun for about 2-3 hours. Later we boarded our buses at 6PM and bid good bye to this beautiful city and reached Barcelona at midnight. A total 24 hours journey with absolute strangers in a foreign land has now become a sweet memory to be cherished forever... Indeed a dream come true!

Some quick tips -

  • Show up early and fetch a good spot as it will be crowded later
  • Wear old clothes as later you would need to trash them
  • Carry a set of fresh clothes and a towel
  • Wear shoes instead of flip-flops, will save you from slipping
  • Do not bring anything with you- Prefer empty handed
  • Wear eye shades (swim goggles) to protect your eyes from the tomato juice. It burns!
  • Carry a waterproof pouch for your cell phone (to click pics during the festival).
  • Always squeeze the tomatoes before throwing else it hurts badly
  • Stay Hydrated at all times
  • Beware of shirt rippers!
  • Preferably wear white t-shirts ... they paint well in red.
  • Know your bus drop point and remember the bus number.

Clip from the La Tomatina Festival 2018

Hope you can contain your excitement until next year to be a part of Tomatina! Happy Traveling!

Monday, 10 September 2018

Emirates Airlines - Flight Experience and Review


Euro Trip, all started with my Emirates flight. All the way from New Delhi to Madrid via Dubai (23rd August 2018, 10 AM local time). We had a halt of 1 and a half hours and that was enough for me to scan all the shops ;) All tickled pink with the thoughts of exploring Spain and France, I just could not wait to board the flight at the airport. While Emirates owns its place in the premium category airlines, it quite stood by it as well. Overall experience was quite good. Will be highlighting the details in my post.

  • Flight Check-in Experience – Excellent – We had already done the web check-in and were directed to the baggage drop counters. The boarding passes were issued and the bags were dropped.


  • Boarding and Departure – Excellent – Boarding started timely and the takeoff was smooth. Had to change our planes in Dubai. The whole transit was quite easy and well navigated. The arrival at Madrid airport was on time.


  • In-flight Experience (Seating, Legroom, Crew Hospitality, Cleanliness) – Excellent - Seating was comfortable. There were cushions provided as well along with a good quality blanket. Legroom was spacious and one could move easily between the seats. Crew was quite friendly and helpful. Cleanliness was well maintained both inside the plane as well as the washrooms.


  • Menu (Food and Beverage) – Good. They had both vegan and non-veg options. Plenty to choose from the beverage section too. Food was tasty and hot tea was served (unlike my other flight experience).


  • In-flight Entertainment – Good. There were lot of movies, TV shows and games etc. Both international and regional options are present. In short a full entertainment package. Headphones work well and sound quality is great too.



Happy reading and happy travelling!

Sunday, 9 September 2018

Vueling Airlines - Flight Experience and Review


While I am still struggling to get away with the Jet-lag and choosing my favorite pictures from the trip, I pen down my second flight experience. This time it was Vueling airlines and I traveled from Madrid to Barcelona (26th August 2018, Local Time - 1500 hrs, VY 1500). While there are lot of travel options to move across Europe, I preferred flight for this transit as I was running short on time and had to reach Barcelona the same evening. Detailed reviews are below -

  • Flight Check-in Experience - Excellent. The person available at the counter was quite warm and helped me and my husband get adjacent seats. To add, she even suggested if the cabin bags could be sent to the baggage drop belt. We were fine with the approach, as that left us free handed to shop at the airport ;). I was glad that she spoke English (We struggled to articulate while we were in Madrid :P) She even guided us the directions towards the gate (H, J, K). Finalized gate number appeared just 20 minutes before the departure time, which created a panic situation for me.
  • Boarding and Departure - Pathetic. Plane arrived an hour late than the scheduled time and the boarding was done in haste. Although the pilot did make up for the delay, we still arrived 20 minutes late than the scheduled arrival time at Barcelona airport.
  • In-flight Experience (Seating, Legroom, Crew Hospitality, Cleanliness) - Good, apart from the fact that the crew was highly disinterested while safety briefing during the take off. Legroom space was just ok. Seats were clean and comfortable to recline as well. Air hostess was available as and when called for help. Plane (washrooms as well) was quite clean and well managed.
  • Menu (Food and Beverage) - Good. There were variety of options to choose. (Both Vegan and Non-Veg).
  • Luggage Receiving Experience at Barcelona Airport - Pathetic. There was no announcement with regards to the belt number for collecting luggage. None from the crew guided to the correct direction. We were de-boarded at one corner of the BCN airport and waited clueless for the luggage for about an hour. Later few passengers (who knew Spanish) went ahead and checked with the airport authorities and we were later moved to another corner of the Airport (The real place for arrivals) to receive our luggage. The entire process took more than 1 and half hour before we finally left airport. I was glad that we received our stuff while few passengers had even reported missing luggage. Phew !
  • Value for Money - Yes, to some extent! Just in case you are not in a time crunch situation and have rest of the day at ease, you may want to travel by this flight as the prices are cheaper than the others. :) Just an added risk of losing luggage ;)


Happy Reading and Happy Traveling!

Friday, 7 September 2018

Flight Review - Air India - Horrible Experience !

Hope you are doing well and enjoying the monsoons. Delhi is absolutely flooded, almost sailing every day, I feel lucky to have skipped couple of such days while I was off on a vacation. ;) I am recently back from my Euro trip, all charged up with energy, almost turned into an enthu-cutlet! Next few days will be busy in writing blogs around the places I had visited and will be sharing pictures as well. Hope you all enjoy and gather some tips and tricks from my travelogue. To begin with, I am penning down the flight reviews. 

Air India Flight Review - Horrible Experience

I had traveled from Paris to New Delhi on 4th Sep flight ( departure time - 10 PM , Paris local time) and the experience was below average. In order words I can term it as horrible. It was a long distance flight and I certainly expected better comfort from Air India. Details are below.

Recline - Horrible. The push button to recline the seat was missing and I traveled the entire 12 hour journey in upright position. On informing the crew, they asked us to find an empty seat and shift instead of helping us out themselves. Irony is that they did not even bother to take a note of the seat number so that the issue can get fixed for future travelers. Nevertheless, I wasn't lucky to shift either as people slept on empty seats by that time. Lots of passengers faced issue wherein the recline was not getting fixed in any position. 
Legroom space - Good, one can easily move in and out
Seat comfort - Pathetic. Stained and no cushions in the seat.
Foot Rest - Bad condition. They were free and could not be maintained at required height.

Food - Below Average. Cold food was served which wasn’t tasty either. It was hard to gulp down the food. Croissant shared in the morning were soggy. Even the water shared for tea was absolutely cold.

Hospitality - Pathetic. Air hostess was quite cold and even on raising alarm calls, they would not come at your seat. One has to eventually get up and reach pantry area to get the required help. Food was served in haste and there was no gap in between the welcome drink and the food served. It appeared that they had to wind up everything quickly in order to sleep, so dump stuff as quickly as they could.

Flight check-in and travel time - Excellent. We reached 15 min early than the arrival time and also the check-in experience at Paris Airport was good.

In flight Entertainment - Average. Wide variety of movies were there however the head phones were distorted. Majority of them had voice cracking issues and low sound quality.

Hope the above review helps when you decide to choose your flight. Happy Travelling!

Friday, 10 November 2017

Singapore - 6 Day Itinerary - Day 6 - The Iconic Merlion & Pack Up

The final day of our vacation had to end in a special way. After a hearty breakfast and a speedy fast checkout we left to take a glimpse of the Iconic Merlion. 

Half fish and half lion, the iconic Merlion resides at the famous waterfront Merlion park. The union of a mermaid and a lion is a Singapore Icon and people flock to take a glimpse while visiting this country. Water gushing from the mouth, makes it a perfect spot for capturing memories. The statue stands 8.6 meters tall and weighs 70 tonnes facing east, the direction supposed to bring in prosperity.

Later we rushed to the airport to catch our flight back home!
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Iconic Merlion

Tips & Tricks

  • Singapore is well connected by MRT (Mass Rapid Transit), Buses and Taxis. For tourists one can buy Singapore Tourist Pass, $10 for a day along with $10 as deposit (which is refundable on the return of the pass at the counter). 
  • Also one can download app, Grab and travel. It does share some vouchers too for the new registered users... Isn't it cool!
PicCourtesy-Google 

  • Try to book the attractions online to get discounts. We used klook.com to get amazing deals and also redeemed points for different attractions.
  • Plan for Universal Studios/Sentosa Island for weekdays as weekends are dead crowded and one cannot enjoy to the fullest. 
  • In case you happen to visit the above on a weekend, always look for an express pass as it will help you bail from long queues and save time with much more added fun.
  • Do try the famous Singapore Sling - best drinks worth trying while you are in Singapore.
Happy Reading and Happy Travelling... !

Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Singapore - 6 Day Itinerary - Day 5 - Singapore Zoo, River Safari & Gardens by the Bay


Singapore - 6 Day Itinerary - Day 4 - Resorts World Sentosa Island


Singapore - 6 Day Itinerary - Day 3 - Little India, Chinatown & SHOPPING !!!

Today we had planned our itinerary towards Little India and Chinatown. The much awaited evening was reserved for Shopping ;). We left our hotel early in the morning and hopped on a bus to reach Little India. What an irony - I spotted a health tip getting publicized on a cab. Have a look !

What an irony - Taxis discouraging their on usage ! - A must read health message
5 Minute Cab Ride or 20 Minute Walk :) Choose the best !

Super motivated by this - I planned to explore the entire Little India and Chinatown by foot and trust me it was so much fun. We were surprised to see the local familiar stuff, ate the known familiar food and felt as if we are in no foreign land. Articles and goods that so belong to our own country, made us remind of our motherland. 

While strolling along the roads we reached Sri Veeramahakaliamman Temple, situated in the heart of Little India and is one of the oldest temples in Singapore. This temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali, fierce embodiment of Shakti and Lord Shiva's wife Parvati. the building is constructed in the style of South Indian Tamil temples and exhibits Dravidian architecture. 
Operating hours - 05:30AM - 09:30PM
Entrance Fee - Free

Sri Veeramahakaliamman Temple

The Heritage Trail Landmark

Captured couple of below clicks while exploring the hustled bustled streets of Little India. We even visited the famous Mustafa Center, which may not be as great as any other shopping mall of Singapore, but one can get to see huge variety of items and at a great price. So you may not prefer buying from road side articles which requires lot of bargaining skills and just go Mustafa!
Colorful Roads and much more ...

I remembered - " Baboo Ji zara dheere chalo ;)"

Elements of India - Hindoo Road
We later visited the famous Temple of 1000 lights - Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple situated on the race course road. The Buddhist temple features a 15 meter high statue of a seated Buddha, which weighs nearly 300 tons as well as many smaller Buddha images. The statue is surrounded by a stylized aura made of numerous light bulbs which are lit during evenings. 
Operating Hours - 08:00AM - 04:45PM
Entrance Fee - Free
Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple

Temple of 1000 Lights
After exploring the Little India, we planned to explore the streets of China Town. Reached at the famous Sri Mariamman Temple, considered as one of the oldest temples in Singapore. It has been gazetted as the National Monument and beholds Dravidian Architecture. To add the visitors are expected to be fully covered while visiting the temple, else the entry would be denied.
Operating Hours - 7AM-12PM and 6PM-9PM
Entrance Fee - Free
Sri Mariamman Temple

Further we went down exploring the streets of China town and finally reached the famous Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Temple has richly designed interiors and exhibits Buddhist art and culture. The temple got its name from hat Buddhists regards as the left canine tooth of Buddha which has been recovered from his funeral pyre.
Operating Hours
Viewing of Buddha Tooth Relic - 9AM-6PM
Buddhist Culture Museum and Relic Chamber - 9AM-6PM
Eminent Sangha Museum - 7AM-7PM

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Interior View of the temple

Evening was spent on much awaited agenda of the day - Shopping. We explored the famous Bugis Street, one of the hottest and cheapest in Singapore. It is popular both among the tourists and the locals and people would end up buying souvenirs, electronics, clothes, cosmetics and trinkets. To add market is covered to protect the buyers from rain and sun. Later we went onto the famous ION Orchard situated at the end of the Orchard road. It is a bliss to have all the luxury brands under one roof and the latest fashion would just attract the crowd. Luxury couture's and fresh runway brands lure the shoppers to the core. 
Bugis Street - Pic Courtesy vulcanpost.com

Tired and exhausted we returned back to our hotel, with handful of shopping bags and carrying away the memories of Little India and Chinatown.

Happy Reading and Happy Travelling !

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Singapore - 6 Day Itinerary - Day 2 - Universal Studios


The much awaited day of our vacation was finally there and I was standing right at the Universal Studios Singapore (USS) - a dream come true! A massive circular globe rotating atop a misty pond, will make you go crazy, the magic that's found no where else other than the Resorts World Singapore. 
USS is spread over 49 acres and can easily take a full day to explore every corner of it. For those racing against time, it is preferred to buy an express pass. Also visiting in weekdays is beneficial to avoid crowd especially in the peak season. There are 24 attractions in all across seven themed zone - Hollywood, New York City, Sc-Fi City, Ancient Egypt, The Lost World, Far Far Away and Madagascar - all set around a lagoon. Each theme is based on a movie or a famous television show. One can spot dining and shopping areas while exploring around it. 

Park Operating Time - 10AM - 8PM
Ticket Booths - 9AM - 7PM
One can buy online tickets as well as it allows immediate access without needing to stop at ticket counter. With Express tickets one has an access to separate queue with shorter wait time at each attraction.
Ticket Price -

  • One Day Ticket - Adult (Ages 13-59) - S$76, Child (Ages 4-12) - S$56 and Senior Citizen(Ages 60&above) - S$38
  • Universal Express (only 1 time at participating attraction) - Starts at S$30
  • Universal Express Unlimited (unlimited access at each participating attraction) - Starts at S$50

Universal Studios Singapore (USS)
Details Around the 7-Themed Zones

HOLLYWOOD - Step into the famous Hollywood boulevard designed with amazing architecture, shopping areas on both sides, decorated with palm trees and adorned by the famous walk of fame

NEW YORK -

SCI-FI CITY -


ANCIENT EGYPT -

LOST WORLD -

FAR FAR AWAY -

MADAGASCAR - Based on the movie Madagsacar, this zone brings you to the dense tropical jungle filled with wonderful and friendly animals like lemurs and foosas.

  • Rides and Shows - 
  1. King Juliens Beach Party - go - round - Ride this crazy corousel with King Julien, the lemurs and much other favourite charcters from the movie Madagascar.

  1. Madagascar: A Crate Adventure - Hop onto the river boat ride with our four heros: Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria.
  • Street Entertainement -
  1. Madagascar Boogie - Get lucky to see the cast from dreamworks animation movie Madagascar

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Singapore - 6 Day Itinerary - Day 1 Singapore Flyer, Helix Bridge & The Shoppes

Hey Readers ... Hope you are having a great time and have enjoyed the previous posts too. This year on our anniversary me and my husband decided to explore "The Lion city - Singapore". Next couple of posts would cover our 5 day itinerary to this luxurious city. We had booked our trip well in advance and were absolutely crazy for these vacations. Singapore was celebrating its 52nd birthday this time and we had the luxury to witness the dolled up city. Will be uploading couple of pics marking the celebration too.

Getting into Singapore is quite easy, immigration is smooth at the Changi International airport and transfer to the city is effortless. We had booked IBIS hotel in the novena area (close to the orchard road, famous for shopping;)) and were greeted well by the hotel authorities. After a rest of few hours, we went out to explore the city. We ended up at the Marina Bay Sands and were stunned by its beauty. We walked towards the outer area of gardens by the bay and crossed over the helix bridge and reached the Singapore Flyer to capture a bird's eye view of the city.

Singapore Flyer - As it claims, it indeed is a moving experience at every turn. It is indeed a giant observation wheel offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city around and beyond. One can sit or stand in the flyer and can soak in the beauty. It takes approx 30 minutes for 1 round and post that one can explore the shops and restaurants.
Opening Hours - 08:30AM-10:00PM
Tickets can be purchased from the counter at the entrance of the 1st floor.
Ticket Price -
  • Adult (13 years or older) - S$33
  • Child (3-12 years old) - S$21
  • Senior Citizen (60 years old and above, Only Singapore citizens or permanent residents are eligible to purchase) - S$24
Singapore Flyer

Helix Bridge -
 A pedestrian bridge connecting the Marina centre with Marina south in the Marina bay area. The bridge has viewing platforms and offers spectacular views of the Singapore skyline and the events taking place in the marina bay area. A phenomenal beauty to watch at night when its lit.
Dazzling View of The Helix Bridge

The Shoppes at the Marina Bay Sands - After exploring the flyer and bridge we entered the Shoppes mall at the Marina bay sands. A mall with super luxury brands, eating joints and a casino, it was an overall entertainment package. We also witnessed the food festival that was on for that week. We gobbled, gambled and shopped till we were dead tired and left back for our hotel. 

What a fabulous start to our vacations... Posting couple of pictures from Day 1.





Ship shaped couch ... ;)




Flyer in the Night !

Spectacular view of Marina Bay Sands and Art Science Museum

Happy Reading and Happy Travelling !!!

Sunday, 3 September 2017

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - 3 Days Itinerary Part 2

Day 3 - Petronas Twin Towers

Kuala Lumpur is famous for the tallest twin towers in the world. Soaring to a height of 451.9 metres, the 88 storey twin tower offers majestic view by day and scintillating view at night. One of an experience in itself, you can have a bird's eye view of Kuala Lumpur. Had a chance to see this beauty during the daytime on a clear day and we could scan buildings, monuments etc as far our vision could go. Have uploaded pictures of both day and night view.

KLCC Park
Beneath the towers, is the KLCC Park wherein there are walking and jogging paths. There is a fountain with light show and also kid's playground. 

SkyBridge
The Twin towers features a double decker skybridge that connects both the towers on 41st and 42nd Floor. The interesting part is that it is not connected to the main tower, but designed to slide in and out of the towers to prevent it from breaking. The bridge is 170 m from the ground and is open for visitors, however only the 41st floor. 42nd floor can be used only by the tenants of the building.

Operating Days - Tuesdays to Sundays (Closed every Monday)
Operating Hours - 09:00AM - 09:00PM (Closed between 01:00PM -02:30PM on Fridays)
Last Admission - 08:30PM
Ticketing Counter - Concourse Level, Petronas Twin Tower

Purchase of tickets starts at 08:30AM. Tickets are limited and issued on first come first served basis. The best tip is to visit the counter a day or two in advance and choose your favorite slot. 

Gallery
Scintillating View of the Petronas Twin Tower

One more look !

Sky Scrapper Look!

Dazzling View of KL Tower






Petronas @ Airport

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - 3 Days Itinerary Part 1

Post our Langkawi expedition, we moved to explore the busy city life of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. The place is the cultural, financial and economic centre of Malaysia. The city boasts of the tallest twin towers in the world and the modern skyline is dominated by it. We were lucky to witness the Sea games and the KL fashion week during our visit. We stayed at the famous Holiday Inn Express in the city centre and had an amazing experience. The Indonesian team (SEA games) was also putting up in our hotel. :) KL is well connected by bus(MRT, GO KL) and monorails and truly the leading city for tourism and shopping. Our itinerary too was a mix of both.
Our Hotel @ Kuala Lumpur


Day 1 - Suria KLCC
One of the massive shopping malls in KL is Suria KLCC. This mall is at the foot of the Petronas twin towers. It was at a walking distance from our hotel and we explored every bit of it. There are lot of eating joints and one savor the taste of authentic local delicacies. After tons of shopping we went back to our hotel and had a good night sleep.

Day 2 - Batu Caves and The Pavilion (KL Fashion Week)
 After a hearty breakfast at our hotels, we went for exploring the famous Batu Caves. It was drizzling and the weather was a bit cold. We started walking towards the nearest monorail station around the corner of our hotel. After about an hour we reached the Batu Cave station. The view of the caves from the station platform was amazing. There was still little showers and we marched forward with our umbrellas on. Entered the famous Ramayana Cave (Suyambu Lingam) and there are approx 50-80 steep stairs to view the lingam. Post that we proceeded to the Batu Caves. There are approx 300 stairs to reach the temple top. On the way one can spot ample of monkey's playing around. You may stop and click some poses with them too, unless you are not afraid. At the top there is a temple dedicated to Lord Murugan. The limsetone forming Batu Cave is said to be 400 million years old. Post the darshans we proceeded back to the KL city center area, to explore another massive shopping mall - The Pavilion. And to our surprise, we had a chance to see the KL Fashion show. It was one of an experience of its kind. Sharing couple of glimpses -

Entry Fees to Ramayan Cave - 5RM per person
Entry Fees to Batu Cave - Free
Timings - Batu Caves - 06AM-9PM (All days of the week)

Lord Hanuman - Way to Ramayana Cave

Ramyana Cave Entrance

Entrance

Interiors @ Ramayana Cave

Interiors @ Ramayana Cave

Suyambu Lingam

Batu Caves - Entrance

View from Inside the cave

View from Inside the caves

KL Fashion Week Glimpses

KL Fashion Week Glimpses

KL Fashion Week Glimpses

KL Fashion Week Glimpses

KL Fashion Week Glimpses

Day 3 @ KL is in my next post wherein we had a chance to explore the famous Petronas Twin Tower.
Petronas Twin Tower, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Happy Reading and Happy Travelling...