February 28, 2017

Some of you may realise, we love to bring along our mini vase while we are travelling.

Or sometimes,  we asked our dear friends to bring along while they are travelling too. :)

Let's take a look at the footsteps our mini vase has travelled so far:

 We will keep exploring the world with our mini vase, and sharing those great moments with you all :)

October 3, 2016

If you thinking of a short and budget trip, I guess Thailand and Malaysia are always the ideal choice to choose from. This time, we decided to explore the famous Horfun Town - Ipoh.

It is a small and quite town,  not so much tourists compares to Penang and KL. The whole itinerary of the trip was only about eat and walk.

Day 1  - Colorful walls were the main attraction of the day

We happened to swing by this concept lifestyle shop which near our hotel accidentally, and we were so amazed by the candles and diffusers that they are selling, too bad we didn't buy any check-in luggage if not We will definitely bring back some pieces.

Lifeshop Atelier

142 Jalan Sultan Idris Shah,

30000 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Phone: +60...

August 2, 2016

Day6- A day spent in The Met Musuem

I guess one of the must-do activities in NYC is to visit their museums. We decided to spend half of our day to visit the famous The Met Museum. We didn't manage to visit all the exhibitions, only partly, because it is really super huge, and it will normally take you at least 3 days to finish the whole museum. The entry free is pay as you wish, but the recommended full admission is $25 per adult. We were very lucky on that day as the staffs assumed we were students(haha maybe we really look young!), so we only paid US$12/person. Once you stepped in the museum, be prepared to absorb the mega information & knowledges. It was a very interesting experience as You got to know the h...

June 8, 2016

Say goodbye to the Windy Chicago, next we are heading to the wonder city--the city that We have seen thousand times on the screens. We have planned to stay in NYC for 11 days after our road trip on Route 66 and visited the national parks. Initially we thought that could be pretty long enough time to explore around, until the last few days we knew we will definitely come back again.



Day1- Brooklyn will be our home for the next 11 days


Yup, if you want to cut cost for your accommodation in NYC, I guess Brooklyn is the place that you will consider for sure. We took the subway from airport back to our destination. It still took us some walking distance to reach our apartment which we booked from airbnb. To be hon...

April 11, 2016

The legendary Historic Route 66 takes you from Grant Park Chicago to Santa Monica Pier. It becomes a shadow of its former self as the new highway system was built in 1980’s bypassing most of the towns located along the route. Sometimes you need to drive on the highway to get to the next town, but there are a few old towns that cling to the not so distant past and you can still drive along the old route to follow the history. The Historic Route 66 road trip took us about 6 days (about 3500km) and we stopped by about 15 towns throughout the whole journey. 


We landed at Los Angeles, the destination of our road trip was Chicago, which supposed to be the beginning of the Route 66. We planned spending 1 week to visi...

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We are Oh!eaf, the eye and the voice behind #travelwithohleaf.


Basically, We love lifestyle shops, fashion, design and photography. We want to share with you all the stories we have which feed our minds. We hope to discover or rediscover those tiny corners of the world that full of surprise, inspiration and joy.

In our travel blog, We will select the most exciting spots to share the culture and exploration with you. There will be some popular travel places like London, New York, Hongkong, Tokyo, Paris, Taiwan, Moscow and Shanghai, as well as some legend and less famous place like Jingdezhen, Tibet, Pagan, Yunnan and road trip down to Route 66.


Exploring new places, engaging with local people and walk down to every streets has given us new insights about the world, and most importantly, about ourselves. 


We took all the pictures and sometimes we will be actually on the pictures. We also want you to share your stories with us and head down to the road together.