Voices of Zafigo | Kuala Lumpur : Gwen Yap

By , 28 July 2015

Voices of Zafigo is where we ask women who are living in a city, what their tips and advice would be for women travelling to the city for work or for...

Extraordinary experiences you didn’t know were possible to have in Asia & The Middle East

By , 27 July 2015

Many travellers, when visiting new countries, would prefer to do their own research and discover the city they're in on their own terms without the guid...

The Biggest Fears Women Face When Travelling & How To Overcome Them

By , 24 July 2015

The first time I told my mother I wanted to travel Sabah for two weeks on my own, she freaked out. She sat me down and recommended I go see a doctor...

12 Behind-The-Scenes Secrets Of Airports

By , 23 July 2015

Airports have changed and evolved over the years from being mere transportation hubs into lively, strategically planned retail centres, that

Top 5 Vegetarian/Vegan Places To Check Out In Kuala Lumpur

By , 22 July 2015

Travelling with eating restrictions can be a little challenging but because Malaysia has diverse communities, diverse ranges of food is a given! Being a vegetarian...

Voices of Zafigo | Kuala Lumpur : Alexandra Wong

By , 21 July 2015

Voices of Zafigo is where we ask women who are living in a city, what their tips and advice would be for women travelling to the city for work or for...

Stop Asking People How They Afford To Travel

By , 20 July 2015

How do you afford to travel? Ask any travelller this and you will get a hundred and one answers, some offering tips such as look for the best deals or start.

The Quaint Delight That Is Ipoh

By , 17 July 2015

Here’s the thing about Ipoh: if you’re looking for hustle and bustle, you won’t find it there. Which is precisely why a day trip to Ipoh is a perfect respite to the mad frenetic pace of Kuala Lu...

The 10 Must-See Places In Bangkok

By , 16 July 2015

If it's your first time in Bangkok, you'd best not miss out on the best of the best this Thai capital has to offer. From temples to floating markets, the world's most visited city's list of attraction...

The Case For Disconnecting: 10 Days In The Namib Desert

By , 15 July 2015

It was the sound of flapping that woke me up that night. Wings, somewhere in the dark. It wasn’t anything large, for that would have been terrifying. It was a small insect, but the silence and the d...