Run With The Wind: India’s Kambala Buffalo Race

By , April 28, 2019

Fourteen seconds is all we got to snap photos and run from the racetrack. It's the thrilling, nail-biting battle of the fastest buffaloes and their masters — ...

Letters From Latin America: Valizas, Uruguay

You’d think I’d have gotten used to trading my comforts for the unknown...

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...

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...