If you enjoy being outdoors and active, there are so many natural spaces in Singapore just waiting to be explored ...
A quick 2 night stopover is all you'll need to check out this city.
What an incredible part of the world! With perfect beaches, clear waters and beautiful natural islands ... you'd better get here quick while its still (somewhat) off the radar.
Known as Tenka no Daidokoro (''the nation's kitchen''), Osaka is all about two things: food and drink!
There is so much to like about Chiang Mai: lush national parks, history, trendy street art, awesome food and coffee.
Singapore may not be known for its great coffee, however many boutique coffee bars and cafes have recently sprung up around the city. This post will cover my favourite places for GREAT coffee in Singapore to kick-start your day.
Siem Reap is a great base for exploring the temples of Angkor Wat. Expect cute cafes, tasty food options, cheap beers and massages.
Angkor Wat is a truly impressive sight. Constructed in early 12th Century, it is the largest religious monument in the world. This was one of the most memorable travel experiences I have ever had!
Much more than a brief stop on the way to visiting the temples of Angkor Wat; Phnom Penh provides an excellent introduction to Cambodia. Providing insight into the devastating history but also showcasing the beauty and resilience of its people, it's well worth adding the capital to your itinerary.
Hue, pronounced ''H-way'', seems to have a micro climate of its own. Prior to our visit we watched an Anthony Bourdain documentary on Hue which noted the vast number of rainy days this city receives per year. We visited late January during the dry season and the weather was cool with light rain drizzle each … Continue reading Grey in Huế