Malaysian government is launching Langkawi as the first travel bubble destination in the county. But who are allowed to visit during this travel bubble? What are the requirements? Is it safe? Here are the answers to all your questions.
A luxury holiday doesn’t have to be expensive. After months of being cooped up at home, you know you deserve the much-needed break. Here’s a list of affordable luxury hotels you can stay at during the Langkawi Travel Bubble.
Founded by a British traveler in 2007, Baan Unrak Thai Animal Sanctuary is a no-kill shelter in the village of Sangkhlaburi, Thailand. Find out everything you need to know about volunteering in this place and other ways you can help.
Maybe scuba diving has always been on your bucket list. Maybe you got bored of snorkeling with a life jacket and want to go a little deeper. But can you scuba dive if you can’t swim?
Tubing is a relaxing activity where you gently float down a river on an inflatable tube. But why have so many tourists in Vang Vieng died from it?
Did you know that the ostrich is the world’s largest bird and that it can sprint at over 70kph, covering up to 5m in a single stride? You’ll learn these facts and more at this place in Port Dickson, Malaysia…
With so many different cultures, Malaysia can be confusing to visitors. This article lists out things you should not do in Malaysia, with regard to culture and other practical aspects that may save you from potentially awkward or dangerous situations.
Think you’re an expert on Asian food? Not until you’ve tried all of these. This is the ultimate guide to Malaysian nasi goreng.
In 2010, I went on my first ever solo trip abroad. I wanted it to be special. Here’s 10 reasons why I chose Singapore as my first solo destination, and why you should too.
Knowing how to drive a scooter or motorbike is a huge advantage when traveling in Indonesia and most other countries in Southeast Asia. But if you don’t know how, fret not. You can take this cheap but reliable scooter lesson in Bali.