The most comprehensive list of traditional and practical Malaysian souvenirs that you must get when you visit this multiracial country. From foodstuff and fabrics to traditional swords and kites, you’ll find something you’ll love…
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.
Loy Krathong is one of the biggest festivals in Thailand. Discover what it means and how you can take part in the festivities.
The Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Tower are both iconic skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur. But if you had to choose only one due to time or budget constraints, which one should you choose?
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.
Malaysia is not very well-known outside of Southeast Asia, but it offers a respite from the more well-trodden paths. Here’s 10 reasons why Malaysia would be the perfect hub for digital nomads.
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.
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?
The wooden tree house overlooking the sea is one of the most popular attractions in Nusa Penida, Indonesia. This article shares my experience staying in a tree house in Nusa Penida.
The Datanla Alpine Coaster is one of the best things to do in Dalat, Vietnam. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or a nature lover, this fun ride is sure going to leave you wanting more.