Make Your Own Chocolate @ Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie & Ice-Creamery, Flinders

Tucked by the sea on the Mornington Peninsula, the tiny town of Flinders (population: 905) is a two-hour drive south of Melbourne. Charming and idyllic, there are virtually no tall buildings here. The main street is a wide expanse lined with beautifully manicured lawns and quaint shopfronts, some (like the post office and general store)… Read More Make Your Own Chocolate @ Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie & Ice-Creamery, Flinders

7 Things To Do In Sekinchan – The Rice Bowl Of Selangor, Malaysia

Located on the far northwestern reaches of Selangor, Sekinchan is a small fishing and agricultural town that is perfect for daytrippers from KL. Known for its vast paddy fields, it is also called the Rice Bowl of Selangor. For urban folk, the laidback pace here can be a nice change from the hustle and bustle… Read More 7 Things To Do In Sekinchan – The Rice Bowl Of Selangor, Malaysia

Siniawan Travel Guide: Attractions and Things To See & Do In The Cowboy Town Of Borneo

When it comes to travel these days, ‘hidden gems’ don’t stay hidden for very long. All it takes is one viral photo, and suddenly the hordes are descending upon the place like a swarm of camera-toting, Instagram-obsessed zombies.  Siniawan in the Malaysian state of Sarawak, however, has largely remained ‘off the beaten path’ – although its… Read More Siniawan Travel Guide: Attractions and Things To See & Do In The Cowboy Town Of Borneo

Travelogue Japan: The Thatched Roof Houses of Ainokura Village, Gokayama

People often talk about visiting Tokyo and Kyoto. I’m sure they are amazing in their own right, but Japan is so much more than these two places. For those who venture off the beaten path, there are exquisite gems waiting to be discovered, hidden deep within the mountains of central Honshu. Welcome, to Gokayama. Like… Read More Travelogue Japan: The Thatched Roof Houses of Ainokura Village, Gokayama