Hello! This blog is meant to share the experience of flying AirAsia X to Seoul. It’s not exactly a review, but more of an insight to the journey.
Known as one of the best low-cost airlines in the region, we came across AirAsia’s promotion about 2 months before our 6D5N trip to Seoul. It was quite a spontaneous decision.
We purchased the return flight to Seoul for about RM2,200 for two. It’s inclusive of topped-up services such as travel insurance, check-in baggage (up to 15kg), and seats selection.
I know it’s not the cheapest rate around, but it’s the best we could get for the desired travel period. Furthermore, it’s within our travel budget for Seoul.
As we live in a world of instant gratification, many of us don’t appreciate how complete our lives are. We see materialism as the way to achieve completeness in life.
However, the most important gift we have in our life is none other than our senses – vision, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
While many are blessed with perfect senses, some of us are rather unfortunate. One example is Mr. Lim Zhi Hwa, a business owner of a Traditional Blind Massage center at SS15.
Despite being blind at a youthful age of 36, he has never given up. Although he has gone through hardships without his sight, he has managed to acquire reflexology sills.
But now, there’s a new attraction in town, called the “Art of Oldtown“, which is the latest collection of Ipoh Wall Art Murals by Ernest Zacharevic, the same man who painted murals on walls along the streets of Penang’s Georgetown.
There are currently 7 spots around Ipoh Old Town. Therefore, during my recent trip back, I’ve decided to scout for the locations of the murals.