Explore: A Traveler’s Guide to Muslim Heritage In the UK

Britain has a little-known but long and rich Islamic history; here are the places to glimpse it. There’s only one place to start a tour of British antiquity, at London’s British Museum, home of the...

5 Zero-Waste Stores To Check Out In The Klang Valley

Naked is good.  Recent news of a whale beaching up in the Philippines with over 40 kilogrammes of plastic in its stomach is a stark and horrifying reminder of the urgent need to reduce our...

7 Places To Go Bird Watching In Malaysia

With its diverse tropical landscape from mangroves, lush lowlands, mountain rainforests to islands and beaches, Malaysia is a bird paradise. Home to 790 species of birds in both Peninsular and East Malaysia, 63 of...

A Guide To District 3: Ho Chi Minh City’s Hippest Hangout Spot

Neighbourhoods in HCMC are transforming to respond to the growing spending power of locals and the increase in tourists

2019 Culinary Trends

Every year sees its lot of food fads, must-have dishes and flashes in the blazing-hot pan. But what do the food trends of 2019 share? Many of them are as good for us as...

8 Unique Museums in Malaysia

Museums today are no longer just for history and art. Malaysia is home to many creative museums, some of which remain relatively unknown to locals. Take a look at some of our quirkiest and most...

The Cryptic Messages Found In China’s Classical Gardens

For more than 2,000 years, Chinese landscapers have curated beautiful gardens infused with philosophical messages. To the casual observer, it is just a rock. Porous and crumbling, the large slab of Taihu limestone has been...

Exploring Liverpool Anfield: Home Of The Reds

Liverpool FC’s Anfield stadium has retained the spirit of its fantastic heritage and is a site that fans of the club and visitors to the English city should not miss. Words Julie Goh + Bill...

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...

Scents of the Rainforest : Sarawak’s Litsea Oil

Commercialising essential oils harvested from the Sarawak rainforest to empower indigenous communities. Photography courtesy of Sarawak Biodiversity Centre The sun was low in the sky and the rainforest was growing dark as Margarita Naming and her...

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