My Experience At A Silent Meditation Retreat In Thailand

By , June 16, 2018

My journey into the self lasted only four days, but do note that the recommended length of stay for the meditation retreat is at least 10 days.

Clearing The Earth After A Quake

Many places advised that ‘volunteers with little or no skills’ should n...

6 Things I Learned After 4 Years Of Solo Travel

When it comes to solo travel, people tend to focus on the thrill of negativ...

What I Found About Being A Woman In Beirut

Many women prioritize family over work because the of the strength and sign...

Exploring Indonesia’s Ring Of Fire

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

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...

A Confounding Second Visit To Beijing

By , May 29, 2015

It was my second time in Beijing, and something had changed. The city was different. I don’t like ...

An Overland Adventure From Singapore To Myanmar

By , April 17, 2015

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

23 Curious Things To Notice When Travelling In Egypt

By , March 20, 2015

An honest observation of Egypt, from fresh Malaysian eyes.

A Lost Luggage Saga

By , March 10, 2015

There are some things we take for granted when travelling abroad, especially to first world countrie...

Is Sri Lanka Safe For The Single Woman Traveller?

By , February 11, 2015

They say travelling in Sri Lanka is the safer, easier version of risky India. Camilla, a Brazilian g...

KL To Singapore: An Overnight Train Adventure

By , January 13, 2015

Take the sleeper train to Singapore and save yourself enough money to buy more chicken rice.

My City, My Home: Ampang, Kuala Lumpur

By , November 26, 2014

Each time I held a conversation with friends who lived in either bustling Bangsar or distinguished D...