Growing up, I was just another Singaporean kid. Somewhere in between taking too many extracurricular classes and trying to stay ahead of the grading curve — there I was; relatively independent, slightly too headstrong for my own good at...
It's been 21 months since I’ve tasted my favourite Hokkien Prawn Mee and Milo Dinosaur drink — That was the sacrifice I made in exchange for hitting the road with just a backpack to travel solo for a year. Back...
There are many ways to understand a new land and its people; my favourite of all, is through its literature. As we travelled through Toyko, Hong Kong, Macau & Bangkok — each with massively different cultures and lifestyles, I studied the...
There are many ways to understand a new land and its people; my favourite of all, is through its literature. As we travelled through Toyko, Hong Kong, Macau & Bangkok — each with massively different cultures and lifestyles, I studied the...
There are many ways to understand a new land and its people; my favourite of all, is through its literature. As we travelled through Toyko, Hong Kong, Macau & Bangkok — each with massively different cultures and lifestyles, I studied the...
There are many ways to understand a new land and its people; my favourite of all, is through its literature. As we travelled through Tokyo, Hong Kong, Macau & Bangkok — each with massively different cultures and lifestyles, I studied the...
Japan has the steepest population decline in the world, where a good 60% of unmarried women and 70% of unmarried men, are not in a relationship. In a country where love and affection can be bought (or facilitated) with host/hostess...
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...
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...
The month-long internship — travelling 3 weeks non-stop covering 4 destinations — is over! Our two Travel Interns share their go-to steps to surviving The Travel Intern Life, with all limbs (and sanity) intact. 1. Setting expectations Rachel: It is first important to recognise...

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