A perfect place to live!

A while back we were sitting on beach discussing about what we have liked and not liked in our different destinations so far. As it turns out you could really get an almost perfect place where to live combining different things from different places. Since our talk got really interesting I decided to share it with you also :). Some things may yet change since we still have some time here in Bali.

  • Food – we’ve had had some great dishes in every place we’ve stayed but all in all from our point of view Thai cuisine is the best! Pad Thai, soy noodles and fried rice..mmmmm
  • Massage – definitely from Chiang Mai. You could get a really good massage there for really reasonable prices!
  • Beaches – Yanui, Nai Harn and Ao Sane from Phuket, Tanjung Rhu from Langkawi, Melasti, Suluban Uluwatu and Gunung Payung from Bali
  • People – although everywhere during our trip there have been extremely friendly people we’ve not seen so many kind smiling faces then in Jakarta 🙂
  • Accommodation – we would take the one from Phuket, adding the kitchen part + living area from Kuala Lumpur (I will make a separate post of reviews of our accommodations)
  • Coffee – Baantaa Cafe from Chiang Mai. Delicious drinks and a very lovely lady serving them 🙂
  • Scooter – from Bali, main reason is that it has quite big fuel tank 🙂
  • Markets – from Thailand. I’d say that the market culture is definitely at it’s highest in Thailand 🙂
  • Parks – mostly from Singapore adding some elements from Kuala Lumpur
  • Shopping malls and grocery stores – you can’t get a better choice than in Kuala Lumpur
  • Beer and other alcohol – Langkawi, because it’s really dirt cheap in there 🙂
  • City as a whole – Singapore. They have made just an extraordinary work building that city 🙂
  • Traffic – Langkawi. Compared to all other places it was a bliss to drive! No traffic jams, no hustle 🙂
  • Weather – really doesn’t matter. The weather is just great everywhere throughout SE Asia
  • Working out – combination of gyms from Kuala Lumpur and Bali. And the basketball court from Bali 🙂
  • Riding a bicycle – definitely Singapore
  • Temples – most beautiful single temples are definitely found in Thailand but I really like the way how temples and shrines are combined with everyday houses and streets here in Bali
  • Nature – Phuket, Langkawi, Bali, Chiang Mai – it’s impossible to choose 🙂
  • The National museum – although it doesn’t classify as a national museum as such I would bring out Mini Indonesia in Jakarta
  • A bucket from Bangkok
  • An awesome hostel dog called Chummy from Langkawi 🙂
  • Cleanliness – there just is no other competitor to Singapore
  • Snorkeling – Phuket, although I hope that Bali still has some surprises


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