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7 Bangkok Hotels In The City You Wouldn't Believe Are Under S$99/Night

Low cost, great comfort   If I had to choose my favourite travel destination, it would be Bangkok, hands down. Life as a student on a monthly allowance can be quite restrictive, and aside from the holidays that are fully funded by my parents -  I can hardly ever afford organising...

17 Ways Hangzhou Is Like Stepping Into A Real-Life Chinese Fairytale

A Living Storybook   Let’s be honest, we seldom string the words “China” and “beautiful scenery” together in one sentence. People talk about China’s economic achievements or technological developments, but this global powerhouse has more than just its economy to boast about - it is also home to some of the...

10 Outrageous Desserts You Won't Believe Exist in Malaysia

In Dessert We Trust Source Alright sweet-tooths, this is the list you’ve been waiting for. There’s no better way to beat the insane Malaysian heatwave than pigging out on desserts. And I’m not talking about your pretty, dainty, pastel-hued candy-flossed Instagrammable desserts like lava cakes and soft serves - no, we’re...

Photojournal: 8 Amazing Sights That Prove Myanmar Is Asia's Most Fairytale Destination

Step Into One Of The World’s Least Explored Civilizations     Right up till the early 90s, Myanmar’s doors were largely closed to the outside world with a non-existent tourism industry. Shrouded in political unrest and mystery, much of its natural beauty remained hidden until today.    In this article we’ll...

25 Exciting Things You Can Do In Bintan Rather Than Lepaking At Resorts

Rediscover Bintan’s Hidden Beauty   When you hear the word “Bintan”, school camps and beach resorts come to mind and often not very much else. What many people don’t realise, however, is that Bintan is actually home to a whole host of different activities and things to discover if you venture...

12 Superstitions All Malysians Remember Growing Up With

Pantang Larang From Our Childhood   Source Racial, religious and cultural harmony are often synonymous with living in Singapore and Malaysia. While we share a similar cuisine inspired by our forefathers, way of life that we are familiar with and of course languages that speak to our hearts, many of us...

10 Reasons Why Tianjin Should Be The First Stop To Discover The New China

The Gateway To The New China   Until very recently, I knew embarrassingly little about China. Being from the UK, I had never heard of Tianjin before, and assumed that Beijing and Shanghai were the only spots worth visiting. Aside from knowing that Facebook was blocked in China, I had no...

14 Of Asia's Most Beautiful Spots Yet To Be Discovered By Tourists

Beauty off the beaten path      Holidays in Asia have been pretty straight-forward. Go there, eat, shop and a little sight-seeing at the places recommended on Google - nothing much out of the ordinary. Travelling to “ang moh” countries where everything seemed more foreign and unique always excited the younger...

17 Reasons Guangzhou Is China's New Bangkok Of The East

Experience the best of Chinese food and shopping in Guangzhou    I landed in Guangzhou expecting to see tons of traffic (both people and vehicles), noise and pollution. Instead, there was an incredibly advanced and extensive public transportation system, big, empty spaces and locals who were more than happy to help...

10 CRAZY Food Challenges In Malaysia To Test Your Foodie Limits

When There’s Hunger For A Challenge    Source So you like to eat. Your stomach is a chamber of steel in tip top condition, working 24/7, with the sole purpose of putting your ingested food through the biological process of digestion. But everyone has their limits, and when does too much...

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