It’s that time of the year again for Japan to celebrate its yearly cherry blossom festivals. Better known as Hanami in Japanese, which literally translates to “viewing flowers”, people gather under blooming cherry blossoms for food, drinks, entertainment, and of course to experience the dazzling beauty of the cherry blossoms. Here’s your guide to the perfect cherry blossom festival experience: Cherry blossom viewing The best cherry … Continue reading Your Guide to Japan’s Cherry Blossom Festival
The beauty of embarking on a sojourn is that you never really know what to expect. From the food you’ll eat, the sights you’ll see all the way down to the locations you accidentally stumble upon, each connection that you make is an adventure in its own right and this definitely applies to the people you’ll meet along the way. Continue reading The 5 people you meet while travelling
Ho Chi Minh, formerly known as Saigon, is the bustling city located in the South of Vietnam. Known for its role in the Vietnam War as well as the influence the French Colonials had on this charming place has made it a popular destination for travellers and tourists alike. If you’re looking for things to do and places to visit, do check out this holiday … Continue reading Four days in Ho Chi Minh City for USD112!
Are you a bit of an outdoor enthusiast who loves nothing more than the sheer excitement of having adrenaline rush through your veins? New Zealand would be the place for you! Here are some incredible activities that you could send your heart pumping in Middle Earth: Bungee Jumping Take in all of the view from the Auckland Harbour Bridge on this 40-metre bungee jump from a … Continue reading 5 outdoor activities for the adrenaline junkie in Auckland, New Zealand
Synonymous with K-Drama, K-Pop, and bulgogi, Seoul in South Korea is a city bustling with a wonderful mix of city life and traditional culture. If you find yourself there with four days and unsure of what to do, here’s a little itinerary that could point you in the right direction. Day 1: Full day Seoul city & Folk village tour Learn about South Korea’s heritage on … Continue reading Things to do on a four-day holiday in Seoul, South Korea
Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam is always buzzing with activity, from the early hours of the morning till the late hours of the night, but if you step just a little farther from this South East Asian capital, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with Ninh Binh, which has endearingly dubbed ‘Inland Halong Bay.’ Here are some reasons why you should visit this province located … Continue reading Reasons why you should get out of Hanoi and into the Ninh Binh province
One of the more popular national parks in Borneo, Bako is the perfect place for the traveller who wants a little bit of hiking and at the same time, see Bornean wildlife. Here are some reasons why you should check out the Bako National Park: 1. The boat ride One of the coolest things about going to the National Park is the 20-minute boat ride. … Continue reading 5 reasons why you should visit Bako National Park in Sarawak, Borneo
Sydney is a hot spot for travelling couples and there are plenty to do when it comes to fanning the flames of love! We’ve narrowed it down to four of the top things we reckon could make you fall in love all over again with your S.O. Wine Tasting Tour What screams romance like a day trip around Australia’s most popular wine regions? Get away from … Continue reading Things for the romantic couple to do in Sydney
Travellers, tourists, holidaymakers… If there is one thing that they have in common apart from the love of venturing to new lands is the want to make packing as easy as possible. Enter Toby Lerone, life hacker extraordinaire and his Skivvy Roll. Ladies, rejoice. Perhaps there is more space for a new dress, or four with this packing technique. Plan your holiday itinerary, stress-free: Continue reading Behold, a super effective way to pack a full outfit!
For the travelling foodie, street food is all the rage but nothing quite hits the spot like that little sweet something needed at the end of a meal. Here are some sweets for the dessert hunter around Asia Pacific: Vietnam – Chè chuối xinmoian.com A traditional dessert found around Vietnam, this pudding is made out of banana, tapioca, and coconut milk, best eaten when warm. Malaysia … Continue reading 16 Must eat desserts for the travelling Sweet Tooth in Asia Pacific