Tagged: things to do

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Nyaungshwe & around Inle Lake

The massiveness of Inle lake is not one to be underestimated. Like most, I thought this was just another regular small lake but in fact, this shallow lake stretches 22km long and densely houses...

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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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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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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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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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Magical Gilis

There’s something about the Gilis in Indonesia that make people want to stay there forever. I’m not sure if it was the amazing group of people I met on the trip, or if it...

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Ubud at a glance

Despite the influx of expats that are living in this sleepy town, Ubud makes an excellent spot if you’re looking to relax, meditate, do some yoga or to get in touch with some traditional...

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Backpacking in Singapore

Singapore may have been voted as the most expensive city in the world to live in, but that shouldn’t stop you from visiting the only country in Southeast Asia that is so highly influenced...

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Safranbolu, Ottoman Town

Safranbolu is a quaint small town that many tourists miss out on. Most people head from Istanbul to Cappadocia, but if you just take a short detour and spare this beautiful town a day...

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Discovering Kosovo

The time was 4.30am and there we were, sitting in the deserted bus station in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo. A crazy homeless man comes up with his cupped hands asking for money and...