Angie Chua


I'm a web developer at A Minor Lab, blogger at Inspired Trip, and traveller hailing from Malaysian Borneo. I have been working in Singapore for 10 years.

I'm fond of road trips and immersive experiences, so you usually find me looking for hidden gems and far-flung destinations that I can reach by a motorbike. Of course, I'm always up for touristy things that will also help me gain a general understanding of another country's culture.

Ask me anything about travel, whether it's about a destination or travel planning! I'll be glad to help you.

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Recent Questions

What's the best way to get from Singapore to Borneo, bear in mind I will be traveling with a family including small children.

Question asked by: Julia Smythe

Borneo is an island consisting of three countries: Malaysia, Brunei, and Indonesia. Your flight route will depend on where you will go. For an adventure suitable for a family of all ages, I highly recommend Kota Kinabalu of Sabah, and Kuching of Sarawak, both cities in Malaysia. In both cities, you will have the convenience of point-to-point private transports and the suitable attractions in the centre. For example, Borneo Cultural Museum, which opened in 2022 in Kuching, boasts exhibits of interest of the island natives alongside interactive displays that help young children learn through their senses. Kota Kinabalu has pristine beaches within minutes' reach to enjoy a day in the sun with the young ones. You are not in Borneo if you don't take the opportunity to immerse yourselves in its unparalleled beauty and biodiversity. Sabah and Sarawak offer an array of family-friendly activities that are not only safe but will captivate young minds. Try a river safari along the Kinabatangan River, home to diverse wildlife such as proboscis monkeys and orangutans. For cultural immersion, visit Sarawak Cultural Village and engage in traditional crafts. There are daily direct flights from Singapore to Kuching and Kota Kinabalu, served by Scoot and AirAsia, and they are affordable even for a family. So you won't feel the pinch when exploring the beautiful Borneo!

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