Travel Review: Exploring Remote Pulau Kapas

If you’re a local in Malaysia then you would have heard about infamous Pulau Perhentian in Terengganu at some point or the other. However, that state is home to another breathtakingly beautiful beach destination known as Pulau Kapas. In fact, the island is actually closer to Kuala Lumpur than Pulau Perhentian yet has remained under…

Travel Review: Everything You Need To Know About Wat Pa Tam Wua Forest Monastery

I believe that expanding your consciousness is important for not only personal growth, but also spiritual growth; I even wrote an article on documentaries related to consciousness. So obviously during my three-month solo backpacking journey around Southeast Asia I had to visit a meditation centre. After some research, and tuning into my gut, I decided…

Travel Review: Three Days of Trekking Through Shan State, Myanmar

Whilst researching for activities to do in Myanmar, I discovered Mr Bike Trekking in Hsipaw – infamous for its treehouse, made entirely from scratch by the owner, and staff, of the company. Of course, I was immediately sold despite the fact that the trek inclusive of the treehouse lasted three days… I’ve never embarked on…

Travel Review: Exploring with Elephants (Ethically) in Mondulkiri

Located five hours from Phnom Phen and eight hours from Siem Reap, you need to visit Mondulkiri if you enjoy nature and the company of animals. The Sen Monorom region colours the landscape varied strokes of green and is perfect for trekking – but more so for visiting elephants in their natural habitat. With eco-tourism…

Travel Review: Trekking Sa Pa With A Red Dao Guide

Sa Pa is known for its diverse ethnic groups, primarily the H’mong and the Red Dao, but it’s infamous for the luscious valleys dotted with rice paddies surrounding the city. While you can trek to nearby villages by yourself (with an entrance fee, of course), a traditional homestay in a tribal village is highly recommended….

Travel Review: Perth Properties

Whilst in Perth, Western Australia, my family and I switched from the city centre to the outskirts of the city, opting for a beach-friendly location instead. If you’re visiting Perth, or just passing through Western Australia, then I would highly recommend staying in Clarkson – not only is it cost effective but it’s also nearby…

Tips and Tricks: How To Experience Perth City For Under 20$

Whether you’re a budget backpacker or just looking to cut costs, I got you covered – or as the cool kids say these days: I got you fam! (Side note: do they still say that?) Australia is an expensive tourist destination – even more so for foreigners from Asia due to the currency exchange rate. …

Photo Diary: Tasting Fremantle in Perth, Western Australia

If you’re planning to or are visiting Perth then chances are that Fremantle is already on your sightseeing list as it’s one of the most popular tourist attractions in Perth. Mainly known for it’s market, it’s important to note that the Fremantle market, also referred to as Freo market by locals, is only open on…