Rice is the staple food in most Asian countries. But did you know that there are so many different ways to cook it to make completely unique dishes? Check out these 10 rice dishes that you must try in Malaysia.
Sekinchan is a fishing and farming village in Malaysia that is famous for its seafood and rice fields. This complete guide tells you how to get there, what to do, what to eat, and where to stay in Sekinchan.
Tanzania is much more than safaris. Learn how you can go mountain-biking, hiking, and kayaking while supporting a local business in this small town called Arusha.
Padi Box is one of the most unique hotels in Malaysia. Set inside freight containers in the middle of a rice field, it promises you a relaxing holiday, where you get to see lush greenery from the comfort of your room.
Looking for something unusual to try in Switzerland? Try sleeping in a barn hotel! Yes, you will be sleeping on a straw bed in a barn. But it’s much cleaner and more comfortable than it sounds. Read my experience here.
Nicknamed the Venice of the North, the City of Bridges, and the City of Love, Bruges is definitely one of the must-visit destinations in Belgium. Here’s why and how you should visit.
Wearing a hanbok while strolling down a quiet, historic village is the quintessential thing to do when you’re in Seoul, South Korea. Here’s all you need to know about renting one or trying it on for free.
Although rice is the staple food in Malaysia, noodles are also a popular option. With the various noodle dishes on offer, you will be spoiled for choice. Here are 10 of the best noodle dishes that you have to try in Malaysia.
Visiting a predominantly Muslim country during the holy month of Ramadan may seem daunting. Are all shops closed? Can you eat in public? Is it a good idea to visit? This article will answer all your questions.
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