The Highs And Lows of Trekking Through Hsipaw, Myanmar

By , July 26, 2018

At the tail end of my trip along the pancake trail, I visited Myanmar, a country’s known for being relatively off-the-beaten-track.

Exploring Indonesia’s Ring Of Fire

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been amazed by volcanoes. But ...

What It’s Really Like Working Remotely In Asia

Every day is unique. It becomes hard to imagine going back to a regular nin...

How Travelling Has Made Me Optimistic

I do not think I would be the same person I am today if I had not travelled...

An Overland Adventure From Singapore To Myanmar

The trick to having an adventure of your lifetime doesn’t require you to ...

Travelling In Pain: An Honest Account Of Travelling With A S...

By , April 22, 2016

How a frequent business traveller deals with her slipped disc, including surviving a 200km bike ride...

Marina Mahathir: What I Learned From Travelling 49,350km In ...

By , April 15, 2016

Jetlag and nightmarish traffic were among the challenges Marina Mahathir faced when she travelled al...

A Tale Of Two Taxis: The Scariest Taxi Ride Of This GirlR...

By , March 15, 2016

Travel Tales: A lone girl learnt a very important lesson in safety after a harrowing taxi ride in Jo...

Angkor, What? One Traveller’s Unforgettable Moments In Sie...

By , March 4, 2016

Zafigo's very own designer Xin Lee shares her most memorable moments in Cambodia, including an unexp...

Travel Tales: Fly Lil Birdie, Fly…

By , February 24, 2016

We want your most interesting Travel Tales, from memorable adventures to heartwarming encounters, sc...

Volunteering In Kuala Lumpur: Pertiwi Soup Kitchen

By , August 19, 2015

I heard about the Pertubuhan Tindakan Wanita Islam (Pertiwi) Soup Kitchen when I was volunteering at...

Volunteering In Kuala Lumpur: Katzen Cat Sanctuary

By , August 7, 2015

I found  Katzen Cat Sanctuary through the Malaysian website  Do Something Good. It  is a no-...

Volunteering In Kuala Lumpur: Free Tree Society

By , July 31, 2015

The Free Tree Society is a group of volunteers who aim to green KL from their communal garden. They ...

The Case For Disconnecting: 10 Days In The Namib Desert

By , July 15, 2015

It was the sound of flapping that woke me up that night. Wings, somewhere in the dark. It wasn’t a...

How Travelling Has Made Me Optimistic

By , June 26, 2015

I do not think I would be the same person I am today if I had not travelled. The conversations I hav...