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The Ultimate Guide to Cafes in Bali   Bali - land of pristine beaches, expansive paddy fields and glorious Indonesian food. But when it comes to dining, it turns out Nasi Goreng and Babi Guling aren’t the only things you should be tucking into! Don’t get us wrong - these local...
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The harbour city in bloom   Source Oh, glorious spring! The beautiful time of year when the sun’s rays are warm, the birds sing, and flowers bloom in gardens across Sydney.  Source If you’re craving for the perfect springtime experience, it doesn’t get any better than in Sydney. Waltz under a...
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Travelling on a Budget   SourceUnlike their depictions in pop culture, hostels aren't always creepy and dingy. In fact, many of our best memories were created during our stays in hostels. For us, a hostel was more than a place for sleeping or mugging - it's where we formed new friendships...
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15 Amazing Things to do in Tokyo under $11 (¥1000)   Source  Tokyo, Japan: So much like Singapore, and yet in many ways much more futuristic. It’s remarkably easy to get lost in the mazy subway tunnels and crowded streets of this sprawling metropolis.  I travelled to Tokyo for a week...
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An Air-Conditioned Escape From the Heat   For many of us, growing up meant weekend trips to Genting Highlands. Throughout the years, the place has pretty much remained unchanged - until now.  Now that the Resorts World Genting’s Outdoor Theme Park is closed for renovation, why go down to Genting Highlands...
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About Pahiyas Festival   On one day every year, the sleepy countryside town of Lucban springs to life and transforms into one of Philippine’s most colourful places. Every May 15, the country’s grandest harvest festival - the Pahiyas Festival - is celebrated. Along with the similar Agawan Festival  and Araña't Baluarte...
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The World’s Largest Water Fight   Every year, Thailand has some kind of festival where people pour water all over each other, but not many understand the magnitude of it and how everyone can be part of the fun! Every year, from 13-15 April, the Songkran festival is celebrated in Thailand...
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Carving A Piece Of Cambodia   "Clink, clink, clink". Every strike of the hammer sends my chisel plunging into sandstone, dislodging tiny chunks which scatter haphazardly across the table. A tingly ache creeps up behind my hunched-over back while dripping beads of perspiration from my forehead dissolve into damp speckles on...
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Club Med Bali   When I was growing up, I always thought of Club Med as an exclusive paradise that the rich people went to. Maybe it was because my Dad had this uber rich friend, and all he did was to go on Club Med holidays. He had this grin on...
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A Taste of Cambodia   Hopping on an authentic tuktuk and buzzing along the streets of Siem Reap is an exciting experience. The tuktuks are little 4-seater carriages hooked precariously on the back of mosquito bikes, named after their buzzing engines. Tuktuks are often draped with lace curtains that were once...
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