霞女之旅

Xia's Journey

a little about xIa

 

This blog is a little outlet on my life’s most un-eXtraordInAire journey…

a journey to where my feet, eyes and heart have been…

You may be a friend, an acquaitance or a surf-in,

Nevertheless, I thank you for coming on…

Thank you for being on Xia’s Journey… : )

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15 responses to “a little about xIa

  1. Anon says:

    hey Xia, I’m just a passerby but just wanted to get any helpful tips and advices about the gopeng perak normad adventure trip you went to in april. 🙂

  2. Ng Neow Ang says:

    I have read your post on 02 Dec 2012
    about Sunflower Field in Lop Buri. Is it possible you send me the contact number or any further detail on Rai Khun Pu Sunflower Field?

    • xia says:

      Hi Neow Ang ;

      Sorry for the late revert as I was on a (B’Day) trip again… Heh heh… :p

      I do not have the contact number of the Sunflower Field – I’m not sure if there is even one. Its about one hour drive away from Rice Field Home Stay in Lopburi where I was staying. Perhaps, you might want to check with the Thai Tourism Board to see if they are able to assist you in it.

      Sorry that I couldn’t be of much help.

      Regards,
      Xia

  3. yunbingtham says:

    Hello there!
    I read your post about Pengerang and it looks very interesting! In fact, I am so thankful to have stumbled across your blog! I am exploring a cycling trip to Sungei Rengit at the moment.
    Do you think I can ask you for any advice and safety tips? Cause both my friend and myself are both girls and we aren’t very sure if it is safe to cycle along the road to Sungei Rengit.
    Thank you so much in advance! 🙂

    • xia says:

      Dear YunBing ;

      Sorry for the late revert as I was travelling and then the CNY hols.

      My friend and I have done cycling to Sungei Renggit quite a number of times and we found it to be safe and enjoyable. I had a bad fall once and many of the locals actually stopped to offer us help. I had a flat tyre another time and a couple of cyclists stopped and rendered assistance too.

      It is a relatively safe and straight road for cycling, but having said so, it is still our duty as cyclists to safeguard our own safety and be vigilant on the roads.

      I hope you enjoy your ride and do write back if you do. Wishing you a good and safe time 🙂

  4. Diana Lim says:

    I enjoy reading your post very much. Thank you for putting in so much effort.

  5. Nicholas says:

    thanks very much for sharing the portable bicycles tips

  6. Ho Khin Hong says:

    Read your post on Kinabalu… Very informative, especially on the training part as I would like to know more about training…. Is there anyway I can contact you?

  7. Lee Siew Yian www.facebook.com/leesiewyian says:

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful journey to the sunflower fields. The stories are very heart warming. Thank you for the detailed information about the cost and where you lived or visited, you are very kind. I am planning a trip there. I am trying to find the address of the Grandfather sunflower farm, so I can drive there 🙂 would you kindly share the address of the sunflower farm? Thank you in advance. with gratitude, Siew Yian

  8. Siew yian says:

    I found the address with the help of my Thai Friend. Would like to share it
    Sun Flower Field, Tambon Chong Sarika, Amphoe Phatthana Nikhom, Chang Wat Lopburi 15220, Thailand

    • xia says:

      Hi Siew Yian,

      Thank you very much for sharing the information. It will certainly be of great help to the others who are heading that way. Wishing you a beautiful and fabulous trip to the sunflower field, ya… : )

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