Japan's railway system is probably one of the most advanced in the world but also overwhelmingly complex and confusing if you're not local. Lucky for travellers, there's the JR Pass that gives access to unlimited rides on JR trains in Japan. After...
Ultimate Japan Budget Itinerary travelling to 9 cities with the Kansai-Hiroshima JR Pass. After realising we were able to explore Osaka, Kyoto and Nara for under S$70 a day (including flights and accommodation), we were back this time with the help...
Ask Google what to do in Sydney and you'll probably get The Harbour Bridge, The Opera House and maybe Darling Harbour. Don't get me wrong, these sights are gorgeous and definitely worth marvelling at especially if you're around during the...
Wondering what things to eat in Sydney? Don't worry cause we're going to taco bout it. More than just a city of icons, Sydney is a foodie's paradise. From unique fusion combinations to cafe food that both looks and tastes good,...
Breath taking coastal views, interesting accommodation options, and the occasional pit stop for some adrenaline kicking activities make for a pretty epic road trip. That makes Australia, (specifically NSW this time) the perfect destination for a quick 1 week...
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...

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