Malaysian woman goes on an eye-opening solo travel in Scandinavia

The writer discovered that snow in Nyhvn is very different from the ones in the other Scandinavian cities. — Photos: CHINPEI LIM

When I was a flight attendant, I went to many different destinations for work, but never once did I think that I would actually go all by myself to somewhere so far away from home – Scandinavia.

While planning for my trip, I did not get much encouragement from friends and family. People around me were not supportive of my decision to travel solo (for a few weeks!) to a place that was pretty much on the other side of the globe.

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