Tagged: asia

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Trekking from Kalaw to Inle Lake

This was one of the recommended short hikes to take on every other guide book and it was indeed something special! I was lucky to have met two fellas, Mike & Alex after I...

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The Beauty Of Jalan Besar In Singapore

There is not a dull moment while walking through this neighbourhood. You could be walking behind a monk after alighting from the train station at Lavender MRT, then navigating towards your destination, only to be...

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Vipassana meditation in the land of Dhamma

10 days of joy, silence, physical pain, emotional torment, doubt, brief fleeting moments. A question of self sanity, a battle between perseverance and determination, a challenge of concentration and focusing on awareness. To claim...

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Exploring the streets of Georgetown

There’s heaps to do in Penang, and between 2 years ago and now, much has changed. Georgetown is quickly evolving into a creative city with many young artists finding inspiration here. The fusion of...

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Camel Safari in Jaisalmer

West of Rajasthan far out from Jaisalmer lies the majestic Thar Desert. What better way to be completely immersed in nothing but the world of sand, camels and small villages by going for a...

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Soul searching in Bundi

Bundi was a personal getaway from Pushkar’s hectic crowd which consisted of sagas from daily haggles to strategic small talk from competitive falafel sellers. Word of Bundi got to me from other travellers who...

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Soppong’s Tham Lod Cave

Soppong is a perfect place to go for a day or two to get away from a town filled with hippies and be completely immersed in the woods. There are many caves in the...

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Waking up in Varanasi

Baranas, the epitome of cultural chaos and India’s religious capital. Who would’ve thought that my first stop in India would be none other than the famous city where Indians from all across the country...

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India-Nepal border crossing adventures

Crossing the border between Nepal and India is so effortless yet nerve-wracking, it’s important to be mentally prepared. Where the invisible line draws between Nepal & India is a whole lot of mess, chaos...

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Hello to the Queen

This famous backpacker dessert needs a proper, legit. introduction. Heck, it even deserves it’s own post. I’ve been so fascinated with the amount of goodness in this god-like dessert that it could possibly claim...