Eight Reasons Why Eastern Hokkaido Should Be Your Next Photography Destination

Why Eastern Hokkaido Should Be Your Next Photography Destination

Eight Reasons Why Eastern Hokkaido Should Be Your Next Photography Destination

This visit to Hokkaido is my third over a four-year span but the beautiful island never fails to fascinate me each time. Perhaps the different season and travel theme conspired to maintain that novelty feel. Indeed, Hokkaido has been so successful in establishing herself as a winter holiday destination that the notion winter is the best time to visit sticks in the mind of most visitors. But I beg 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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Quick Guide – Hahndorf, Australia’s Oldest Surviving German Village

Hahndorf - Australia's Oldest Surviving German Village

During my last trip to South Australia, I "stumbled" on a little piece of gem. Due to inclement weather, my travel mate and I chose to explore Hahndorf instead of the Pink Lake, as the dark overcast skies were threatening to open up. What we lost in our aborted plan, we gained by the visit to this little charming village that is Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement which celebrated its 179 years as this...

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Adelaide Central Market – A Must-Visit When in Adelaide

Must Visit Adelaide - Guided Tour at Adelaide Central Market

Adelaide Central Market - A must-visit when in Adelaide

In most of my travel overseas, a visit to the city or town main market is a must as it's the best place to get a feel and dynamism of the locale.  A market tells a lot about the country that you are visiting. In Adelaide, a visit to the Central Market is a definite must-do. It has been described as a "multicultural hub with fresh produce, gourmet goods and lots of heart" in the South Australia Travel Idea Travel Ideas...

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U Inchantree Resort – Most Romantic Resort by River Kwai Bridge

U Inchantree Resort Best Boutique Resort beside River Kwai Bridge

The U Inchantree Resort Kanchanaburi is definitely one of the best option for visitors looking for a cosy resort conveniently located near the River Kwai Bridge should they planned a vacation in this beautiful town. This is my 2nd stay at the resort which I visited five years ago and the resort have since gained a new wing making it a 50 rooms set up. Service is still as commendable, brisk and the resort retains a peaceful ambience. Incidentally, you might be pleased to know it garnered...

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Savusavu – Fiji Islands’ Best-Kept Secret

Savusavu - Fiji Islands' Best-kept Secret

The thought of visiting Fiji should make anyone feels exhilarated with all that sun, sand and sea. Blessed with 333 tropical islands and home to some of the happiest people on Earth, nothing prepared me for the charm and warmth of the Fijians, much less the gorgeous sights and sound of the truly spectacular islands located in the heart of the South Pacific.

My itineraries included islands exploration – Savusavu, South Viti Levu Island, Sigotaka and Kuata Island. In this article, I’ve...

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6 ‘Must-Do’ activities when you have 72 hours in Sydney

6 Must Do activities Sydney Travel Tips Singapore Travel Blogger

Sydney’s a gorgeous city to visit with plenty to do and see. But when you have just 72 hours to burn here, I like to suggest 6 must-do activities in early winter for a memorable trip that will have you plan future visits again. So come along and join me on my quick trip Down Under.

 

Must Do #1 - Visit the Sydney Opera House

No trip to Sydney is complete without a visit to the iconic...

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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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12 reasons why Soneva Kiri is the best resort in Thailand

Inspiring-Lifetime-Experiences-Soneva-Kiri

In my travel assignments to date, I had the privilege to enjoy many resorts, each extolling to impart the "ultimate" experience. At Soneva Kiri, I can finally attest I found that one resort that "rules them all". Located on the secluded island of Koh Kood, Soneva Kiri offers an unparalleled level of luxurious and memorable experience, cocooning its guests with impeccable service that any stay feels too short, however long.

In this blog, I am pleased to list twelve reasons why this...

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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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