This is the beautiful, laid back, sunset and ocean views, Bali.
There is something about the buzz of this city that makes me think of it as the New York City of Asia. Skyscrapers, bright lights, an incredible food and drink scene. If you haven't yet been - Hong Kong is an absolute must do when travelling Asia.
A quick 2 night stopover is all you'll need to check out this city.
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.
Siem Reap is a great base for exploring the temples of Angkor Wat. Expect cute cafes, tasty food options, cheap beers and massages.
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.
Hoi An is a town like no other. With beautiful colonial buildings and streets lit by colourful lanterns, it could not be more picturesque. Top it off with some of the most delicious Vietnamese food, and you'll leave wondering when you can comeback next.
Normally I would write about places I have holidayed to, not somewhere i am currently living. However, lately I have had a number of requests for 'what to do whilst in Singapore' and it has made me realise that there is a good amount of knowledge I could pass on about how best to enjoy … Continue reading Singapore for a first timer
Ubud had been high on my travel list for some time - drawn in by the bright green rice terraces and the promise of zen.