Planning for a trip to Thailand? If not, you totally should! Why? For one, even the thought of Thai food is enough to make your mouth water! Tom yum goong, green curry, massaman curry, pad thai, mango sticky rice…mmmm, mango sticky rice. Wait, what were we talking about again? Oh yes, why you should go to Thailand.There’s so much to see and do and when you visit this awesome country. Here are five cool Airbnb locations you must stay in.1.
You’ve been to the bustling city of Hanoi, you’ve also cruised through the crowded waters of Ha Long Bay. All the excitement makes you think that it’s time to wind down and get back in touch with nature. So where do you go?
You know Raya is close when Sudirman’s evergreen song Balik Kampung is played out loud everywhere, including inside your office. For those who bought flight tickets months in advance, great! Flying is way better, and perhaps cheaper, than having to brave through mind-numbing traffic to reach your hometown.Be it a first-timer or a frequent flyer, catching a flight can either be pleasant or a race against time.
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 of the city and the newer generation would prefer to skip it altogether.
Longing for an island holiday? Have youheard of the latest IT destination, PhuQuoc?Where exactly is Phu Quoc though? This ‘Pearl of Vietnam’ is located on the edge of the country’s southwest region, close to Cambodia’s southern shores. It is roughly the size of Singapore but with way less fancy financial buildings but more upscale resorts. As with most beach destinations, the main attractions here are of course the golden sand and glistening waters, but there’s more to this island than that.
Whether we want to admit it or not, most of the popular sports played around the world are the products of Western civilisation. But what did we do to break some sweat before the Europeans brought football and badminton to Southeast Asia? Pretty sure it wasn’t just congkak (mancala games) and wau (kite-flying).Yes, we do have our own sports, games that are unique to the Southeast Asian region.
While a getaway to exotic countries are fun, getting around can be a struggle especially when faced with language barrier.
AirAsia today officiated its newest hub on the island of Lombok in Indonesia’s West Nusa Tenggara province.AirAsia’s new Lombok hub is part of ongoing efforts to support the Indonesian government and Ministry of Tourism’s initiative to develop Lombok as one of “10 New Balis”.At the officiating ceremony, AirAsia unveiled a specially designed livery featuring Lombok’s tourism icons, such as the majestic Mount Rinjani and the underwater charm of the Gili islands, which are located to the northwe
As the cool winds of autumn start to sweep across the rugged, rural landscape of Western Australia, the sunny state brims with exquisite seasonal offerings.Zip lining through the obstacle course at Yanchep National Park is a great way to experience and appreciate the unique beauty of Western Australia’s forests. Sunrise drapes itself over Perth’s skyline, drawing its bright crimson curtains over the Western Australian capital.
The dight is nark and full of errors.Ah, pardon us. We are so shaken because that this season of Game of Thrones is ending soon that we can’t even speak properly. What will become of us when it all ends? What else is there to wake up for?Some people might rewatch the entire series, some people might start reading the books.
Let’s face it, books are becoming obsolete. Us book nerds quietly weep with every e-book purchased on Kindle and when book stores tell us that they’ve stopped stocking up on our favourite author. We used to be able to find solace in the dark, musty corners of libraries, where we could sit for hours on end with our favourite titles dreaming of a world that only existed in our imagination (well we can do that with Kindle too, albeit not as romantic).