Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, Boats, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Travel Blogger

7 wonders of Nature – Hạ Long Bay

Located northeast of Vietnam, Hạ long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an extremely popular travel destination that you should not miss while visiting Vietnam. The bay has a 120 kilometers long coastline and is about 1,553 square kilometers in size with 1969 islets. Featuring thousand of limestone karst […]

Domuya Faith, Ball Jointed Dolls, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Doll, Dollheart

Every Girl…

Every girl deserves something from Dollheart; especially the Fers. Simply because they are exquisitely made and looks so good on the doll. This is Kiyomi, a Domuya Faith enjoying her Antique Lace Fer. Its been a while since any of my girls seen the light as I simply […]

Ayutthya, Thailand, Temple, Jamie Chan, No Foreign Lands, Travel Blog, Beauty

A day in Ayutthaya

I spent a day in Ayutthaya, a UNESCO world heritage site in Thailand almost a year ago.  It’s about a 2 hour drive from Bangkok depending on the traffic and this place is a must visit if you love historical sites. There are a few temples in Ayutthaya including […]

The 21 Affair

This time last year, I was at Kathmandu. Plagued by a cold that wants me to cough my lungs out, I turned 20 there with 3 cakes. 3 Cakes. That was the most amount of cake I’d eaten in a day. The first cake was because the subject […]

Little India, Deepavali, Lights, Woman, Jamie Chan, Festival, Leica, No Foreign Lands, Singapore, Travel Blogger

Deepavali in Little India

With Deepavali/ Diwali fast approaching, Little India has been transformed into a daily bazaar selling all kinds of trinkets and clothes. I took some time on Saturday to take a short stroll so here is a glimpse of the streets… Happy early Deepavali everyone! Bonus picture:

Thailand, Jamie Chan, Bangkok, Travel Blogger, Canon

Somewhere in Thailand

Digging through my archives is like going through my memory palace. These images were shot in April last year and I remember the day well. I met up with my Thai friends and they took me on a heritage and culture tour along the river to Koh Kret. […]