6 things to do in Yogyakarta for solo travellers

Looking for solo travel destinations in Southeast Asia? Here are 6 things you do not want to miss if you are in the city of Jogja. Also included are my recommendations on Instagram worthy photo spots!

Once a Viper, now a Knight

I am pleased to announce that I have reached an agreement with FAS National Football League (NFL) Division 2 side Warwick Knights Football Club, and will join the Knights for the remainder of the 2018 NFL season. This will come into effect when the mid-season transfer window re-opens in mid-July, prior to which I am…

Focus on growing authentic engagement, not just your follower count

In an age of modern day influencers, the online space has become an increasingly saturated marketplace for businesses and individuals. Having been blessed with the opportunity to immerse myself in this industry: to both live it first hand, and to lead and develop a network of ambassadors from Singapore’s sporting eco-system, I take on your…

Chinese New Year Gourmet Burgers?

What do you do when you are invited to try out the latest food creation in town? Ask your foodie friend and resident food expert along to check it out of course! And that’s exactly what happened today. Jannah and I were at  HANS IM GLÜCK earlier to try out their limited edition Chinese New…

Rolling back the years in Koh Samui

“Do not regret growing older. It is a privilege denied to many.” – Anonymous And then there were three. Our usual group, which started off with five brothers making its first overseas trip to Bintan in 2007, has dwindled over time – four made the trip to Phuket in June 2014, and this time only…

Melaka weekend getaway

So I realised it’s been exactly two months since I last blogged about anything, and now that I finally have some free time on my hands it’s time to catch up on my blog! Warning: This blog post contains plenty of food pictures, read on an empty stomach at your own risk. For those of…

Filming of Singapore Tennis Festival Online Commercial

I’m still feeling the after effects of some pretty intense filming for the Singapore Tennis Festival over the last two days. More specifically I can’t really feel my arms and legs, but that was probably because we had a shortage of manpower to move some pretty heavy equipment across film locations. LOL. The weather over…

Built for resilience

*The views and opinions expressed in this post are purely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Sport Singapore. I reckon it’s always a great idea to start off each day practising gratitude. So for me, amidst what has been an insane work schedule the past three…

My KL2017 in pictures

It’s been a while since my last blog post. Not exactly in the mood to write much at the moment, plus I’m falling sick, so here’s hoping pictures can tell most of the story for me instead. If you just want to read the lighter and funnier stuff, scroll down to the section titled “Lighter Moments”….

Integrating the many versions of self

It’s been a while. While work has been hectic the last six weeks, I am beginning to understand the purpose of where I am at this point in my life, and how each experience I have been through has brought me here. Whereas previously on this journey I struggled with fully accepting myself and my…

On growth, guilt and escapism

I remember about a year ago during one of my monthly sessions with Lance at Kingsmead, that we broached on the topic of relationships across seasons. Back then I was struggling with a transition between seasons. I had just come off the back of a full year of spiritual highs and consolations. And no, my…

6 things you don’t want to miss in July and August 2017

So we are entering that time of the year where activities and events are approaching thick and fast. While there is plenty of other stuff going on as well, here is my personal pick of six sport and health highlights you do not want to miss out on in the next couple of months, especially…