Restaurants in Brunei
Brunei is a hot pot of Malay and Indian cuisine. It steams with exquisite flavors and spices. A handful of Thai, Indian, Singaporean and Oriental restaurants are recommended in almost all travel guides we have read. We had a hard time visiting all restaurants given the limited transportation and budget we had, but we were lucky to have tried dishes we would very much recommend to you.
Read more here —> http://www.thetravelarchives.com/2014/04/restaurants-in-brunei.html
In photo: Mee Bandung BND$ 5.50
6 Apr 2014 / 1 note
"Brunei is an Islamic country that strictly adheres to its religious principles. Others claim that it is not tourist-friendly and boring, but I’d say that its quiet city atmosphere is exactly the break a tourist may need from his/her usual upbeat experience in most parts of the world." - The Travel Archives
18 Mar 2014 / 1 note
Dolphin watching in Bais City, Negros
45 minutes away from Dumaguete City
1 Aug 2013 / 1 note
“You will never waste a minute when in Hotel Palwa, Dumaguete City. Its room value of PHP 999 per night for two persons is absolutely worth the buy.” - http://www.thetravelarchives.com/2013/07/where-to-stay-in-dumaguete-hotel-palwa.html
28 Jul 2013 / 0 notes
Memories of Bicol at http://www.thetravelarchives.com/2013/06/memories-of-bicol.html
17 Jun 2013 / 3 notes
All the info you’ll need is here. Travel easy with this guide!
9 Jun 2013 / 2 notes
“Its food is ‘for the gods,’ as one visitor commented. A feast for the traveler, the surfer, the local. A feast for any group deserving of freshly cooked seaside crabs, grilled liempo, adobo, longganisa, tapa, bangus, red eggs and tomatoes! Eat it with your hands, share it with your heart.”
- The Travel Archives, http://www.thetravelarchives.com/2013/06/where-to-eat-in-baler-kusina-luntian.html
9 Jun 2013 / 0 notes
Casitas Bed and Breakfast offers really affordable accommodations in Sabang Beach, Baler, Aurora! Click here for their rates!
18 May 2013 / 1 note