Culture

11 of Our Favourite Sights and Scenes in Quanzhou

When thinking of taking a trip to China, we admit that Quanzhou probably wouldn’t be one of the few places that would come to mind. However, allow us to change your mind because we changed ours after our recent visit there. We detailed our adventures in our previous articles, of course, such as 8 Fun...
6 September 2019
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9 Ways To ‘Fall’ In Love With Kyushu, Japan

You may have been to Tokyo, Osaka and Hokkaido, and may even proclaim yourself to be a true lover of Japanese culture, people or history — a Japanophile, or the Japanese equivalent, ‘shinnichi’ (親日). However, you wouldn’t call yourself a true fan unless you’ve been to Kyushu. Earlier this year, AirAsia launched a new route...
29 May 2019
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Chinatown KL Gets a New Look and It Is Perfect for Your Next #OOTD and More

Quick question: what comes to mind when you think about Chinatown in KL? Or, what would you picture when someone says they would like to take a visit to Chinatown? Let’s be honest, apart from the street food and markets (filled with plenty haggling opportunities), not many Malaysians would take a trip towards that part...
10 May 2019
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Lock n’ Load: 7 Songkran Tips for the Best Water Fight of Your Life

Featured image: 123RF Ready for deployment to the world’s largest water fight? Let’s swing into action in Thailand! One of the most iconic attractions from the ‘Land of Smiles’, Songkran is an important event in the Thai calendar, marking the New Year and fresh beginnings. It is easy to look at it as water war...
8 April 2019
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6 Places to Experience Songkran, the World’s Biggest Water Fight

  Did you know how many New Year celebrations we have in Southeast Asia? Not one, not two, but at least three! That means you get three chances of pursuing your New Year resolutions before failing at them. Again! Yes, we’re talking about Songkran! This holiday is mainly associated with Thailand, but similar festivities can...
4 April 2019
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