Schools Out! 7 Family-Friendly Places To Visit During The School Holidays

The first semester school holidays for 2019 are here! While malls and theme parks will be packed with families looking to spend quality time together, there are plenty of other places and attractions in...

This Pop Up Insta-Museum in Sydney is the Sweetest Thing Ever

Sweet fun-lovers unite! After a sell-out season in Melbourne and Brisbane in 2018, Sugar Republic - Australia's first pop-up Insta-museum dedicated to the celebration of desserts, candy and all things sweet - has now opened...

Top Things To Do In Johor Bahru

Explore the hidden history of Johor Bahru, the capital of Malaysia’s southern Johor state, and feast on its multicultural heritage. Words Helen Gray Illustration Maggie Li   A VIEW OF THE PAST Johor was the last Malaysian...

Tips & Destinations For Women Travelling Solo

Why travelling solo can help you find yourself, and the destinations to get you started While solo travel can be extremely empowering, it is often more difficult for women, who find themselves hindered due to...

5 Malaysian National Parks No Nature Lover Should Miss

Malaysia is home to lush, tropical rainforests, majestic caves, emerald hills and crystal clear waters teeming with marine wildlife - and with over 30 national parks in the country, eco-tourists can experience a slice...

6 City Wonders To Explore In The Asia Pacific

While there is much to love about an outdoor adventure, a city getaway can be just as exciting - with architectural gems, traditional and cultural experiences and much more to discover. Here are six...

5 Gorgeous Game of Thrones Set Locations You Can Visit

Winter is here. The much anticipated final season of pop culture phenomenon Game of Thrones premieres in April, and we’re all hyped up to see the final battle between the armies of Westeros and the...

Can You Survive With RM50 in Kuala Lumpur? A Budget Guide For Travelers

Kuala Lumpur is regularly listed as one of the cheapest cities in the world for travel - but is it really? We put this to the test to see if we could last the...

How Valentine’s Day is Celebrated Around The World

Celebrated on 14 February each year, the week leading up to Valentine’s Day often sees a mad scramble for flowers, chocolates, cards and candy, as people take the opportunity to buy presents for their...

Top Things To Do In Beijing, China

Beijing is massive in size, sights and history. Strap on your Fitbit, grab your walking shoes and hit the pavement to explore the wonders of China’s capital city. Words Sara Naumann Illustration Maggie Li REVOLUTIONARY ROAD...
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