Our Travel Fragments are our highly-subjective collection of addresses we stumbled upon and loved. Just as fragments are defined as a small part broken or separated off something, our addresses do not purport to be exhaustive nor representative. They do capture however lasting memories from our family wanderings. We hope you enjoy them and find them helpful.
CHENGDU, CHINA 2/2
Adding more Chengdu addresses : a giant buddha, cute pandas, fiery local cuisine and more coffee in beautifully designed surroundings.
A cable car ride, one of the largest buddhist temple in China and spending the blue hour in the tea plantations, all within a stone's throw from Shanghai by bullet train.
SHANGHAI OLD & NEW
A one-day itinerary from New Shanghai to Old, from a morning cycling and skateboarding the new West Bund waterfront to an afternoon exploring the Former French Concession, via a lunch in the park.
A few days discovering the fifth largest - yet tiny- Japanese city, soaking up the local atmosphere, visiting local shrine and snacking on bento boxes, onigiri, home-made udon and sushi.
We adored the cool and mellow capital of Taiwan, effortlessly combining traditional wet markets, design shops, amazing food venues and friendly and stylish residents.
CHENGDU, CHINA 1/2
A few hours in the Sichuan capital that effortlessly mixes tradition and modernity. Great architecture, great food, great coffee, great bookstores.
An afternoon exploring the industrial neighbourhood around Rockbund Art Museum, entirely taken over by the restrospective of Chinese artist Song Dong.
Discover the vibrancy and authenticity of Singapore with us, from hawker centres to water playgrounds, from Art Deco neighbourhoods to contemporary art.