5 Reasons Why It’s Worth Packing A Tripod On Your Travel Trip

Reasons Packing Tripod Travel Tips Singapore Travel Blogger

I hope to share in this article 5 reasons why tripod is worth packing on your travel trip. A tripod is one of the most useful accessories in any traveler's photographic gears. What an irony then that most of us hate bringing our tripods on our vacations. There are many reasons for travelers opinion of tripods as irritation - they are cumbersome, take too much time to pack and set up, and takes up too much luggage space. It's time to rediscover...

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Chasing the Southern Lights in Tasmania

Chasing Southern Lights Tasmania JetBlogger Jensen Chua and Jetabout Holidays

Whenever the subject of Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights crops up, most people think of Norway, Iceland or the Arctic.  But with the sun’s 11-year solar cycle coming to an end, these nature wonders are fading and may not be seen as often for another decade.  Fortunately for us in Asia, the Southern Hemisphere has its own light show – the Aurora Australis or Southern Lights.

The Southern Lights is deemed a fairly 'recent discovery' as one of the pioneer spotters - Margaret...

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Australia Road Trip 2016- Phase Sydney (New South Wales)

Australia Road Trip 2016- Phase Sydney (New South Wales)

Australia Road Trip 2016- Phase Sydney (New South Wales)

If there's a road trip that qualifies being termed epic, this is it ! This photographic project in November 2016 was my longest ever overseas assignment to date. Organised by Jetabout Holidays, in collaboration with Tourism Australia covering both New South Wales (NSW) and Tasmania.  The trip was preceded by an invitation from Qantas on departure day to experience the...

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Dolphins Watching in Lovina, North Bali (2015)

Travel Blog Reviews Private Touring Bali Indonesia Sharing Photography Tips recommended guide

For nature lovers keen in watching wild dolphins in their natural habitat in South East Asia, Lovina at north Bali, presents the best option. This town is a laid back 12 km stretch of coastline to the West of Singaraja. It is a welcome respite from the bustle of the mainstream enclaves like Kuta in the south. One thing that strikes you first is the black volcanic ash sand at Lovina beach. From a distance, the calm water looks dirty but is in fact crystal clear and safe for swimming. As...

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