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Hua Hin International Jazz Festival

By eatsandretreats.com Hua Hin International Jazz Festival is gaining in popularity worldwide. It’s where professional local and international jazz artists meet to...

Bangkok International festival of dance

By eatsandretreats.com Bangkok’s International Festival of Dance and Music always delights audiences with an exciting and varied line-up for six weeks. It show...

National Muay Thai Day

By eatsandtreats Muay Thai is the national sport of Thailand and is followed by many Thais across the country. For martial arts enthusiasts, national Muay Thai day, 17...

Upcoming cultural and art events in Thailand in 2018

By eatsandretreats.com Thailand has a thriving national and international art and cultural programme. From music festivals to intimate photo galleries, it’s easy to...

Trip to the highest peak of Bali, Mount Agung

by Jacob Laukaitis (This trip was done a while ago and filmed long before Mount Agung woke up) To the highest peak of Bali (video) I’m  a digital nomad – a...

A Malaysian Christmas Spread: Green Apple Chutney

By: Erna Dyanty Ready for some Christmas feeling? Latitudes gives you the best tips for your holidays cooking, Christmas presents and trips! Every year in December,...

Christmas in Jakarta

By: Kenneth Yeung Criticising Jakarta’s shopping malls for their ostentatious Christmas displays is too easy. We can feel sickened by the crass commercialisation...

Slices, a solo exhibition by Ngo Van Sac (Vietnam)

Slices, a solo exhibition of wood burn, acrylic on wood paintings by Hanoi-based artist Ngo Van Sac. In his third solo exhibition at CTG, Ngo Van Sac returns to his...

The Esplanade Theatre, By: Noorman Wijaksana

Singapore Language and Culture

By: Cher Tan Malay may be enshrined in the national Constitution of Singapore as the 'national' language, but in practice the most common language is English,...

Denpasar City Of Culture, once was

I can still remember clearly the image we had when we were kids of Denpasar. In those days-before the word 'tourist' became part of our everyday...