About Mugen

I’m Mugen, from Singapore, married and currently live in Singapore. I always have a great passion in traveling. I started this blog to document all my travel experience and the memories. I’m not an expert on traveling, but I believe my posting will give some ideas about the destinations.

Besides traveling, I love reading books. Osho and J Krishnamurti’s book are my best travel buddies. I don’t like novels and fiction books, my favorite subject of books are Philosophy, History and Psychology. Likewise, I always love to travel historical and mysteries place.

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My dream destinations are ; Tromso,Norway ; Mount Kailash,Tibet ; North Korea ; Santorini, Greece ; Siberia, Russia (Train Journey) and Antarctica. My all time favorite destination is India. Among all the cities I have visited, I love Varanasi and Venice.

I travel not for relax but to explore and I’m not for luxury travel, I’m always on budget.

Feel free to comment or email me at m.mugen@yahoo.co.uk.

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Thank you.

Mugen.

61 Responses to About Mugen

  1. Buddha Datta says:

    Hi Mugen, thanks for liking my blog http://esotericteaching.org
    More cool stuff in the pipeline—stay tuned!

  2. Keep exploring and you will reach Mount Kailash.

  3. ajaytao2010 says:

    Nice reading about you.

    Thanks. For visiting my blog Ajaytao2010@wordpress.com. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may definitely find something of your interest.

  4. Harold says:

    Hy Mugen,
    Thanks for liking my painting of Ramana Maharishi. Great blog you have here. I love the quote about the feet, wings, and mind in the top right.
    Peace and light

  5. Shilpa says:

    Hi Thanks for liking my post. Hope you plan to travel southern parts of India too… lot of places to explore 🙂 a tip from an avid traveler myself …

  6. takelight says:

    Hey Mugen

    Have you visited and covered Mt. kailash on your blog?

    • Mugen says:

      Hi There,

      Thanks for your comment. Mt. Kailash is one of my dream destination, I planning to visit in 3 years time. I visited your blog and it’s look great… Have a nice day.. Stay connected.

  7. Jill London says:

    Hi Mugen, thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post. You have a very interesting blog here, have you ever covered any of the railways in India? My grandfather was one of the engineers involved in the Kalka-Shimla line so I’d love to hear any details you or anyone may know about it and this fascinating part of the world.

    • Mugen says:

      Hi Jill,

      Thanks for your comment.
      I have never travel on indian train, I love train journey but I couldn’t get any opportunity yet. Kalka- Simla train, or I guess it could be “Toy Train” is one of the best train journey in India. I wish one day I could travel on that train. It’s really great to know that your grandfather was one of the engineer for the train line. Like you grandfather many westerners has contribute great amount of work for india’s development. Even though I’m not born in India but my grandfather was from india, we really appreciate your grandfather’s contribution. Definitely, I will go to Shimla, most probably this October. I will update you on my travel about the train journey. Glad to know you and Have a good day… Cheers.

      Mugen.

    • Hello Jill,
      Small world – I am from Shimla and lived the early part of my life there. We always say in Shimla that had it not been for the Britishers we wouldn’t have the railway from Kalka to Shimla. It surely is an engineering marvel from the time. The route has 103 tunnels on its way from kalka to Shimla.

      Mugen – Thank you for stopping by on my blog. I have a lot of passion for traveling and it is great to see you do it on a budget. London and the rest of Europe looks great from your blog and i’d like to travel the same way as well. Wish you the best!

      CHOCOLATE.

  8. Tutti says:

    Your pictures from india are impressing for me 😉

  9. Jourdie Ross says:

    This is beautiful. I love your more detailed descriptions of the different cities in India. I always get carried away with the sense of a place and tend to leave out the practical things. You cover a lot of ground smoothly, and nice photos too!

    • Mugen says:

      Hi Jourdie Ross,

      Thanks for your comment. Glad that you enjoy reading my blog.. Have a good day.. Cheers.

  10. Michael says:

    Hello my friend. Thanks for your visits to my blog. Thanks for liking my post too. I really appreciate.

  11. Michael says:

    You are welcome my friend 🙂

  12. Hi Mugen,

    thanks for checking my blog out earlier! I have not traveled on the train through Siberia, but did take a train from Moscow to Kazakhstan many times – it is an unforgettable journey, highly recommended 🙂

  13. cielotech says:

    Great looking site and extremely well done. I’m a follower and look forward to your additional travels. Take care. B.

  14. Paul says:

    What a fascinating blog. Well done. Paul of Gay Activist

  15. Thanks for stopping by my blog, and your header “Walk without feet, fly without wings, and think without mind”. is simple yet profound akin to your travel aspirations 🙂

  16. You definitely are a traveller. All I can wish is that you keep going places. Thanks for liking my posts. There’s more to come.

  17. out10about says:

    Hi Mugen, thanks for liking my blog. I have to say I’m very impressed with how you’ve documented your travels with pictures and words. I’ve found it to be very informal and will keep this in mind if/when I do travel to some of the places you’ve been through. Happy trails!

  18. trendbytes says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love to travel as well, and have to agree that Venice is one of my all-time favorites! Others that dwell in my memory are Australia, Chennai, Interlaken, anywhere in France (and Italy for that matter) and the good ole mountains of North Carolina. I will be up in DC and Philadelphia soon and will be posting about my adventures there…I look forward to more of your travels!

  19. Hi, and thanks for stopping by our blog today for a read. Take care, and happy travels! Susan

  20. reggie mateo says:

    Hi Mugen. Thanks for visiting. Good luck with your travels. Hope to see more!

  21. Shruti Srinivasan says:

    Hello, I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! Please visit this link http://anushrusrini.wordpress.com/2013/04/14/the-versatile-blogger-award/, just some simple rules to be followed. Keep writing!

  22. angelcsl says:

    Hi Thanks for dropping by, Nice to know people from KL too. Loving the blog on Travel, I’ve just started my blog and am excited to share more, Cheers!

  23. melgallegos says:

    Hi,
    thanks for sharing your experiences through your posts + photos. Truly, it gave us not just some, but a lot of ideas about traveling and other places to go.

    regards,
    Mel

  24. realsarahf says:

    Hi Mugen,

    I know you say you don’t like fiction, but if you love Venice and Varanasi I think you’ll be interested in the book “Death in Venice, Jeff in Varanasi”. It’s quite philosophical. http://www.amazon.com/Jeff-Venice-Death-Varanasi-Vintage/dp/0307390306

    I look forward to reading more of your blog.

  25. shelley says:

    Thanks for dropping by my blog and liking my post! I had a quick glance around your blog and have bookmarked it to return for further reading! Happy travelling!

  26. I am so jealous of the wonderful places you’ve been. I can’t wait to travel more!

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  28. Thanks for liking my blog Mugen! Wow… you’ve traveled to some amazing places!

  29. arv! says:

    You have awesome blog. Just followed you 🙂

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