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1st-Timer New Zealand South Island Self-Drive Road Trip

1st-Timer New Zealand South Island Self-Drive Road Trip

To many who have yet to visit New Zealand, the impression of the country invariably conjures up imagery of sheep (tons of them), rolling wide vista of mountain ranges with wispy white clouds, the famed All Blacks Rugby team and tattoed wide-eyed Maori warriors sticking their tongues out in a Haka dance. Yes, New Zealand has all this but much much more. As a travel photographer, I can say with conviction that this is one...

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My Most Unforgettable Australian Adventure Ever !

Whenever Australia is mentioned, images of wildlife, clean air, delicious big portion meals made with fresh local produces, friendly laidback Aussies always come to my mind. Indeed, Australia is a popular travel destination for vacationers the world over with Sydney and Melbourne taking the top two ranking as the country's most visited cities. My trips to various parts of the beautiful country showed me how spectacular the country is. So it was surprising to...

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Borneo- the Ecotourism Hub of Southeast Asia

Borneo Ecotourism Libaran Turtle Sanctuary

Sabah - Ecotourism Hub of Southeast Asia

Having travelled a fair bit in my travel blogging assignments, it's my conviction that some of my best travel experiences are those that are least planned. I had the opportunity sometime back for a photography project for three nature lodges that are owned or co-owned by my former classmate, Alexander Yee, a socio-eco entrepreneur with a diverse portfolio of tourism-related business.

Borneo is the third-largest...

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RSAF50 Centennial Celebration – Medevac Demo at Sembawang

RSAF50 Centennial Celebration - Medevac Demonstration at Sembawang

As part of a suite of activities to mark her 50th Anniversary through 2018 in the heartlands, the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) held an inaugural Search and Rescue (SAR) demo at an open field close to the Sembawang MRT on the 31st March and 1st April. Medical officers performed a “casualty” evacuation on a stretcher to the...

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Kompong Khleang – the only Fishing Village in Tonle Sap worth visiting

Kompong Khleang - the largest lakeside community on Tonle Sap

To most visitors in Siem Reap, after visiting the main temples in the Angkor heritage sites, the natural option is to check out the floating villages at the Tonle Sap. There are three main villages that travel guides will bring to your attention - Chong Kneas, Kompong Pluk and Kompong Khleang. My message in this short blog is to highlight why Kompong Khleang is the ONLY village that's worth your time and...

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5 Tips to Make Your Siem Reap Trip Fun

5 Tips to make your Siem Reap Trip Fun
For readers who have yet to visit Cambodia's renowned archaeological treasure, Angkor, I am pretty certain they would have heard some dismal sentiments from their friends who have been- "After a few temples, they all looked alike", "somewhat boring", "beware of scams", "doubt I will want to visit the place again" and so the list goes on. I can understand why they have such negative experience, which I believe stemmed from lack of sound advice compounded...

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Singapore Airshow 2018 – Asia’s largest aviation event

Singapore Airshow 2018 - Asia's Largest Aviation Event

The much-anticipated biennial airshow dubbed as "Asia's Largest Aerospace and Defence event", was held at Changi Exhibition Center from the 6th-11th February 2018. The first four days were reserved for trade which provided valuable networking opportunities for the global aerospace community, industry movers and shakers, government and military delegations.

Likewise, the airshow is the best launch-pad for start-ups to...

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First-timer Road Trip to Okinawa – Part 2

Okinawa travelogue

First-timer Road Trip to Okinawa - Part 2

This blog is a continuation of my earlier Okinawa travelogue which detailed the highlights from my coastal phase of the road trip and marks the transition from the relaxing beachside and laidback ambience of the northern part of the island to the hustle-bustle of Naha city in the south. These itineraries flow from the north to south is the ideal way to go as the airport is located at Naha in the south. Starting a vacation from the south...

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First-Timer Road Trip to Okinawa – Part 1

Detailed Road Trip Guide to Okinawa Japan for First Timers

First-timer Road-Trip to Okinawa

To most travellers, a trip to Japan usually involves the "mainstream" cities like Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto or even the paradisiacal island of Hokkaido. Unlike the mainland cities, Okinawa is admittedly less on the radar of most travellers heading to Japan. It is not known for its developed economy nor is it like Hokkaido and Kyoto which are popular for its unique charm. Nonetheless, the little island of Okinawa still received almost ten million...

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Mountain to Coast Adventure in New South Wales, Australia

Be enthralled by the beauty of New South Wales, Australia

If you love long road trips with scenic view, then this is one of the best there is. Just about an hour drive from Sydney, this route is known as the Grand Pacific Drive and is one of Australia most spectacular driving routes.  Most visitors are familiar with the metropolitan capital city of Sydney or iconic Gold Coast, so where is New South Wales located?

New South Wales (abbreviated as NSW) is...

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