If you walk down the street of Seminyak, Kuta and Nusa Dua (the few popular areas in Bali), you will come across tourists haggling and bargaining hard before they purchase.
Philip Garden Chalets located uphill of Mesilau and situated at the foothill of Mt. Kinabalu, Kundasang.
Babi guling is the most famous dish in Bali, served with crispy pork skin, pork crackling, pork liver, pork sausage, pork satay, several pieces of pork slices, rice and chili.
Teh Botol literally means Bottled Tea in Indonesian is a famous drink produced by Sosro company, it is not just available in Indonesia but it is also available in the international market.
Jatiluwih is one of a breathtaking sights in Bali showcasing the beautiful view of contoured rice terrace.
Guest post by Seth Woodward, The Cruise Web Team One of the greatest challenges of visiting Vietnam and Cambodia is choosing where to go and what to see – there’s just so much that shouldn’t be missed.
When we arrived at Denpasar airport on the first day, we were picked up by our driver which we hired him for the first two days to bring us around.
It is convenient to travel around Taiwan using the High Speed Rail (HSR). It can run up to approximately 345KM per hour.
I’m writing this as a solo traveler who travels with maximum of 1 or 2 companion without having to bring the whole family on a trip (which requires different strategy).
I chanced upon Yongji Market while walking to Wufenpu. This market has a lot of fresh produced for sale and locals visit this market on foot or by bicycle.
If you are into shopping, this is probably the best place to shop for fashionable clothing from Korea and Japan.
Taiwan is famous for its Mala Steamboat (“numbing hot” steamboat), especially during winter time, steamboat takes away the chill and warm the body.
One of the famous shopping area in Taipei, Ximending is a home to Taiwan’s fashion, subculture and Japanese culture (also known as Harajuku and Shibuya of Taipei).
The Salt Trail in Crocker Range Mountain (Sabah) is a jungle trekking route that was traditionally followed by villages traders (mainly Dusun indigenous people).
A trip to Taipei is not complete without visiting the wide range of night market.