Mount Bromo is an active volcano in East Java (next to Bali). Standing at 2,329 meters, Mount Bromo is part of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park and is one of the most popular attractions in Indonesia. Find out how to visit, what to bring, and what to expect when climbing Mount Bromo.
Mount Batur is an active volcano and is one of the major tourist attractions in Bali, Indonesia. This article tells you everything you need to know about climbing Mount Batur, whether independently or with a guide.
Kuala Lumpur is not as cheap as the rest of Southeast Asia. These tried-and-tested tips from a local will help you travel around Kuala Lumpur without breaking your bank.
Bicycles are the most popular mode of transport in Vietnam. Challenge yourself and try joining the locals. If you’re not confident enough to do it on your own, join a cycling tour like this one where you get to cycle among rice fields in a remote village in Hoi An.
Thai food is arguably the best food in Southeast Asia. The good news is you can learn to cook it yourself, and what better place to do so than in that country itself? Here’s my experience.
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.
The Petronas Twin Towers are the most iconic landmark in Kuala Lumpur and the whole of Malaysia. Did you know that you could go on the skybridge and the 86th floor? This article tells you all you need to know.
WARNING: Penang Upside-Down Museum is not your typical boring museum. It could actually be the most enjoyable museum that ever exists! This article will tell you what this museum is, how to visit, what to expect, and more!
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.
Tadom Hill resorts is a one-of-a-kind eco-friendly resort where almost everything is made out of bamboo. It also offers a vast array of activities — there’s something for everyone.