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Pork and Rice, By: Abigail Gilbert

Food Adventures on Cambodia’s Streets

By: Abigail Gilbert Breakfast porridge, deep fried insects and fertilized eggs - there’s plenty to discover in Cambodian street food. On a budget or like to eat...

Total relaxation in Kep, By: Gabrielle Yetter

Crabs, Jungles & Massages on the Beach: Kep, a Languorous Cambodian Hideaway

By: Gabrielle Yetter Want to relax after exploring the temples and cities around Cambodia? Visit the seaside town of Kep where you can do nothing, and enjoy it! What...

The ION Shopping Mall on Orchard Road, By: William Cho

Orchard Road: Singapore’s most Famous Shopping Street

By: Cher Tan The famous main shopping street in Singapore, Orchard Road can be considered Singapore’s pride and joy. Emblematic of how Singapore got its reputation...

Ngatinem in her shop, By: Reyhard Matheos

Post Merapi Eruption: New Hope & a New Tourist Attraction in Yogya

By: Reyhard Matheos Ngatinem, a middle aged women, waved to us to visit her small bamboo made “warung” that sells bottled water, jaddah tempe (a traditional local...

Getting married by the Angkor Wat, By: Willem van Gent

Cambodia Highlights

By: Willem van Gent Our ―and most visitors’ ― first destination in Cambodia is Angkor Wat, the famous temple complex. It is advisable to buy a three day-ticket, ...

The front room of Karang Aji Villa

A trip to Karang Aji, or, my rocky journey to the waters

By: Beatrice In the first pages of what is considered by many to be a classic American work of fiction, Herman Melville elaborated on the human race’s eternal love...

Grilled Fish With Dabu Dabu Sambal

So You Think It’s Hot? A Hotlist of Favorite Manado Recipes!

By: Reyhard Matheos Manadonese are a proud people and one thing they are proud of is their very very hot food.  Whenever they cook fish, pork, bat, dogs (yes it’s...

Climbing the Less Well-Known Peaks of Indonesia

By: Daniel Quinn As editor of the not-for-profit hiking website Gunung Bagging, I have spent the last few years exploring countless mountain peaks – both famous and...

French colonial houses in Kampot

Spirits of the Bokor mountain, Cambodia’s Mountaintop Casino

By: Willy van Rooijen At the beginning of the last century, the French built a hotel and casino on top of the Bokor Mountain in the south of Cambodia. Today, the...

Minah Agong

JUNGLE FEVER IN JULY: Sarawak’s Rainforest World Music Festival

By: Antares THIRTEEN YEARS have elapsed but the euphoria hasn’t evaporated. The euphoria of being transported to a different world for several days – a world of...