Kota Kinabalu is a coastal city in Malaysia’s Sabah State and is renowned for its panoramic beaches, the distinguished waterfront Kota Kinabalu City Mosque and of course the tallest mountain in South East Asia. But this isn't about climbing...
Scaling at a height of 4,096 metres above sea level, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in the Malay Archipelago. It is one of the hardest mountains to climb in Southeast Asia and typically requires a two-day climb to...
Bangkok is almost synonymous with shopping for most of us. It's that mall 3 hours away from Singapore where you'll find clothes more than half the price off, massages are abundant and Thai food is well, legit as can...
5,4,3,2,1. The jump instructors count steadily behind. You find yourself standing at the edge of the platform, beneath is 233m of space between yourself and the ground. Your heart pounds and your palms are colder than the winter wind in your face; you wonder for...
Somedays, Hong Kong can feel like too much for the introvert (even for the extrovert). Roads throb with cars rushing back and forth from indistinct places; people shouting intensely at each other in Cantonese; all at once, the clanking of your...
Disneyland, DisneySea and Universal Studios may be popular theme park favourites in Japan. But if you're an adrenaline junkie looking to put your guts to test in some of the world's best roller coasters, Fuji Q Highland is where...
Tokyo is probably one of the busiest capitals in the world but other than its endless neon-lit skyscrapers and scenic gardens lined with Cherry trees, the city is bustling with quirky adventures you probably wouldn't find anywhere else in the...
Think winter in Japan and Hokkaido’s white powdery Sapporo ski slopes and Nagano’s onsen-soaking snow monkeys come to mind. But Japan’s natural winter wonders have another secret, and way less crowded hideout in Yamagata! Best bit, it is only...
If you’ve ever stepped into Japan, you’ll know a huge part of getting around is by the Shinkasen (bullet trains). Trains travel at 320km/hr — cutting the travel time to other cities almost by half when driving. For ¥18,000, the JR East...
One of the best ways to get a taste (literally) of a city is through exploring its food sold on the street, where stores specialise in 1–2 dishes and strive to make the best of them. While it's often...

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