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Like many Malaysians, traveling is one of my hobbies. I spent some time in the States, and so far have also traveled to Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Myanmar, Indonesia, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Japan, and Australia.

eating balut and other foods in Manila
with Dr. Foo & Dr. Melissa at Manila for Operation Smile

When traveling, I particularly love to explore local foods catered to the locals. This usually means stalls by the side of the road or restaurants that doesn’t have an English language menu.

Thus over the years, I’ve mastered some sort of hand signals that usually involves pointing to some type of ingredients or dishes that other clients are eating, follow by the signaling #1, and then point at myself. While this usually works quite well, I’m  unable to customize the dish or ask any further questions, not to mention not knowing how much the meal will cost me.

Samsung Galaxy S4 S Translator

Enter S Translator that comes with the new Samsung Galaxy S4. The device translates up to 8 languages WITHOUT requiring an internet connection, and it can do it by voice too!

This is like babel fish in your pocket (Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy anyone?) and will certainly be the most useful feature ever when I travel. Stuff of science fictions, available now!

Discuss : Best Travel Companion – S Translator on Galaxy S4

  1. this is important to me too.. especially when i travel to places like Vietnam and Thailand… but.. I’m still thinking of which to get.. HTC One or S4.. let’s see which one arrive Kuching first. haha..

  2. Sounds like a brilliant tool to have when travelling!

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