The Rainbow Colours Of The Regatta Lepa : In Pictures

An annual state event paying homage to the lepa, a traditional single-mast sailing boat of the Bajau of Semporna, the Regatta Lepa attracts thousands of visitors to Sabah each year. Photography courtesy of Tourism Malaysia  RFP.InFeed.Default.run({"immediately":true})

Siniawan: A Travel Guide to Sarawak’s “Cowboy” Town

The small Malaysian town of Siniawan turns from sleepy hollow by day to vibrant enclave by night. Driving into Siniawan during the day, one might think they’ve stumbled across a ghost town. Tucked along the...

A Guide to Taipei, Taiwan : Attractions, Nature, Culture and More

A futuristic metropolis built on ancient foundations, Taipei is where tradition and modernity collide. Slicing up through the swirling mist, the luminous tower of the Taipei 101 Financial Centre is the first sight that greets...

Get Lost In 5 Of The World’s Most Beautiful Libraries 

If books are the gateways to endless worlds, then libraries are sacred sanctuaries of knowledge and power. Whether they're marvels of modern engineering and design, or a romantic Baroque-era showcase of architecture, here are...

8 Places Made Famous By Cinema That You Can Actually Visit

Actors are not the only ones who enjoy fame after being featured in a movie. Here is a list of places that made a great impression on audiences and boosted tourism for the countries. The...

Smart City: A Travel Guide To Putrajaya

From an administrative centre with architectural masterpieces to a vibrant neighbourhood of cultural and recreational activities, Putrajaya promises a spectrum of experiences only a smart city could provide. “I would like to think that a...

5 Ultimate Motorbike Rides To Take In Southeast Asia

A bike trip is all about the journey and not the destination. Cruising the long, open road and being one with elements is the greatest high of riding. Add to this an amazing scenery,...

5 Unique Attractions in South Korea

Some cultural aspects that South Korea is best known for include K-Pop, Korean dramas, traditional Korean architecture, hanbok (traditional Korean clothing) and popular Korean cuisine such as Korean barbecue and kimchi. However, the country...

Alor Setar, Kedah : In Pictures

Often overlooked in favour of its more popular sibling Langkawi, Kedah state capital Alor Setar is a fast-growing city known for its architectural treasures and picturesque paddy fields. Photography Tan Yong Lin RFP.InFeed.Default.run({"immediately":true})

Street Art In Canggu, Bali

The coastal enclave of Canggu in Bali is the island’s hot spot for creative expression.  Photography Putu Sayoga      Art permeates virtually every part of Balinese culture. From intricate carvings to dance, creativity stands at the...
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