By Ruben Arribas As you know, we spent 9 days in Siem Reap, and did various activities. We did many different plans from visiting Angkor Temples, an adventure with the motorbikes in Siem Reap’s countryside, flying around Angkor temples, and visiting the night market everyday . Well, one day, we didn’t visit the night market … Continue reading Georges Rhumerie: A Wine Tasting in Siem Reap
A quick introduction to Tengchong Tucked away in the countryside close to China's border with Myanmar, Tengchong (腾冲) features an array of active and extinct volcanoes, boiling hot springs and spurting geysers. It also contains the lovely Gaoligong Mountain Range, some of the most biodiverse wilderness in the entire country. Tengchong is the name of … Continue reading Tengchong: Southwest China’s gateway to undiscovered natural beauty
By Max Walden | 8th January 2018 | @maxwalden_ ASIAN airlines aren’t always closely associated with safety. The case of MH370 in Malaysia dented confidence in that country’s flag carrier, while commercial and military planes too regularly have accidents across the region. According to the latest rankings from AirlineRatings.com, however, seven out of the top … Continue reading 7 airlines from Asia Pacific named among world’s safest
VEGGIE MEAL? Really? Me eating Veggie meal? This is a major first! Why did I eat a veggie meal? because I was visiting the Big Buddha and was STARVVVINGGGG. But of course nobody will be selling any meat or burgers here though I was super craving it.. so yeah after visiting the Po Lin monastery … Continue reading EATING AT A HONG KONG TEMPLE – IS CHOI BECOMING A VEGETARIAN?
Ubud was my favourite place in Bali – it’s where the book Eat, Pray, Love was set and is like Mecca for yogis, a far cry from hedonistic Kuta just an hour and a half away. Even though I’m not into yoga, spiritualism, or anything of the sort I still loved this place and … Continue reading EATING, PRAYING AND LOVING IN UBUD