Friday, March 11, 2016

Road trip: Kennon Road

Lion's Head, Kennon Road

Kennon Road aka the "zigzag road", is a very scenic highway located in northern Luzon island of the Philippines. It is one of the many routes that link Baguio to lowland towns. Kennon Road has a length of 41.2 km, it links the famous city of Baguio (the summer capital of the Philippines), at an elevation of 5,500 feet above the sea level, to the lowland town of Rosario in La Union province.

Kennon Road is one of the most dangerous roads in the country especially during the rainy seasons. Most of the road accidents occur due to landslides which makes it prone to closure during heavy rains.

Kennon Road


Thanks to TPLEX, trip to Baguio is now easier and faster! And your trip won't be complete without experiencing Kennon Road. The drive is definitely worth it.  But please remember to be extra cautious when driving, and please do not drive in the late afternoon,  the roads are not safe at night,   expect to encounter sharp turns and blind curves. Also,  you will see a lot of road rehabilitation so please be extra careful, some portions of the road are not strong enough to hold the weight of a vehicle. so watch out for warnings and don't drive fast!

Kennon Road

I took a video of Kennon Road the last time we were there (January of 2016) so I can share it with you guys. Enjoy the video!

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Friday, March 4, 2016

Changi Point Boardwalk, Singapore

Shout out to all nature lovers!! Here's your chance to enjoy one of Singapore's best walking path!!Tucked away in the western end of Changi Point is a boardwalk, which offers a beautiful view of the coastline. This boardwalk is open to the public 24 hours, 7 days a week. Strolling along this continuous scenic route is easy, it offers a safe wooden footpaths as wide as 2.4 metres and proper night-lighting to create a romantic atmosphere. 

Changi Point Boardwalk, Singapore

There are six distinct sections on this boardwalk: Creek Walk, Beach Walk, Sailing Point Walk, Cliff Walk, Kelong Walk and Sunset Walk. This walking path begins from Changi Creek in the east and stretches to the western rocky coast near Changi Beach Club, before finally linking up to Changi Point or Loyang Park Connector at Netheravon Road.



Walking time is around 45 minutes, distance of approximately 2.2km.

The boardwalk is accessible from four entry points, namely Changi Village, Changi Sailing Club, Changi Beach and Changi Beach Park.

Let me summarised our Changi Point Boardwalk experience thru a video. I hope you'll enjoy this one! And please subscribe to our youtube channel.


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