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Dayak war dance, By: Verry Sahagun

Introduction to West Kalimantan

By: Robert Santoso West  Kalimantan is one of the provinces in Indonesia  located on Kalimantan island. It’s nickname is “province with a thousand rivers”,...

Ari Muyang Celebration

Ari Moyang: Malaysia’s Mah Meri People thank the Spirits

By: Ebrahim Harris The Orang Asli of Malaysia are divided into 18 sub-ethnic groups according to customs and languages.With a population around 1,400, Mah Meri is...

post museum Singapore

The Burgeoning of Art in Singapore

By: Cher Tan Singapore is going into a new age. With the turn of the '00s, the state has been slowly embracing art, with the ultimate goal of having Singapore...

Bambu Kuning Kupang

Porktastic: A (Forbidden) Taste of Kupang’s Se’i

By: Dalih Sembiring Se’i babi is East Nusa Tenggara province’s local delicacy that uses pork as its main ingredient. “Se’i” means smoked meat, while...

East Ocean is packed every day, this is silence before the storm...

‘Fine Dining’ in Singapore

By: Ray Teh Singapore stands as the gateway to South-East Asia, and over the years has grown into a international city and a “first world country.” As a true blue...

surfing Bali

Introduction to Bali

By: Labodalih Sembiring By the 1920s, the “civilized world” began to be intrigued by a beautiful, mysterious island called Bali. The following decade, films, books...

Footprints hostel lobby

Singapore: Hostels, Guesthouses & Budget Beds

By: Cher Tan Singapore is an expensive city. Any backpacker or tourist arriving in Singapore after having done their rounds in Southeast Asia can attest to that. Gone...

Schoolchildren at the Borobudur, By: Ogi Fran

Borobudur: the Largest Buddhist Temple in the World

By: Labodalih Sembiring The Borobudur is the largest Buddhist temple in the world. It took approxiamtely 75 years to build and stems from the Syailendra dynasty in the...

Hawker's center Singapore

Singapore Food, 5 Mouthwatering Specialties Not to be Missed!

By: Cher Tan Singapore is like a neverending food fest, with bitesized snacks and aromatic curries on every street corner. With  roots in Chinese, Malay and Indian...

The Hills are Alive in Malaysia: Explore Fraser’s Hill

By: Melissa Lin A favourite get away for locals and visitors alike from the sometimes unbearable heat of the Malaysian sun is Fraser’s hill. Located in Pahang, about...