We’re still in the thick of the Barbie era, and what better time to round up some of the prettiest (in pink) spots all around Asia?
Indonesia is getting ready to welcome international tourists, and Malaysian police deny 'no cars past 8pm rumour that's been circulating – these and some more travel news from around the world that you may have missed this week!
The regions of South Asia and Southeast Asia are traditionalist spots; learning social norms will keep you from potentially upsetting the locals.
Bangladesh is the home to the world's longest natural beach of 125 kilometres! Cox’s Bazar is a popular destination. However, many visitors also opt to travel to Saint Martin’s Island just nine kilometres south.
An area filled with narrow streets and bursting with life, Sadarghat is a part of Dhaka known for its bustling river port. The Pink Palace, or Ahsan Manzil, provides a reprieve from the busyness around it.
Travelling has always been my passion, but I grew up in a family where I wasn’t allowed to go outside without a male chaperone. I couldn't rid myself of the burning desire to explore Bangladesh. So I concocted a plan.
Sometimes, it is the unlikeliest travel destinations that offer the most unique experiences.
You're going to stick out like a sore thumb.