Tagged: southeast asia

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My Muay Thai experience in Soi Ta-Iad

Having never picked up any form of fighting before, I was determined to start learning a new skill. Searching up “Muay Thai training in Thailand” online proved to be a feat. There were so many...

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Eating out in Myanmar

It’s always a hit and miss when you want some authentic good local food. Unlike it’s culinary neighbour Thailand, in Myanmar it’s not possible to waltz into any restaurant or cafe and expect the...

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The Burmese Teahouse Culture

One of my favourite dining experiences in Myanmar is visiting teahouses, I’ve found myself attracted to these little shops with tiring stools serving up thick milk tea prepared with tonnes of condensed milk. I’m...

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Hpa An

A small town surrounded by endless beauty at nature’s best. Hills, mountains, rivers, caves, rice fields; the landscape here is absolutely stunning. Many travelers here come through Mai Sot from Thailand and stay for...

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Nostalgia in Kuantan

I spent about a whole week in Kuantan in an attempt to get some quiet time to myself, during which I did some volunteer work in a cafe & hostel in exchange for free...

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Seminyak & Legian, Bali

                              My colourful week in Seminyak & Legian (in pictures!). Of humble food, beach & sunsets. Drop Cafe in Seminyak...

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Perhentian Paradise

Perhentian island is absolutely beautiful. The white sandy beaches, clear blue waters and amazing aquatic life makes it difficult to leave the island. Unlike other beaches around Southeast Asia, there isn’t much activities to...

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Krabi’s beach trio

Krabi is more than just Ao Nang. Apart from the many other islands that you can take a day trip to, the three that are connected are none other than Rai Lay, Phra Nang...

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Cantik Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta (pronounced and widely known as Jogja) is Java’s very cultural city. Immerse in arts, delicious local cuisine, breathtaking nature, and the rich javanese culture all at once. Most people choose to stay just...

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Feasting in Jogja

There’s such a wide variety of food when it comes to Indonesia, but Jogja has their own specialities that cannot be found in other parts of the country! We got to know these foods...