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Gotten used to Bangkok traffic? By Noel Lindquist

You May Have Been Living in Thailand for too Long

By: Noël Lindquist 1. When an ant crawls into your noodle soup or plate of spicy som tam, you don’t bother removing it and chock it up as extra protein. 2....

Bar Jakarta

Jakarta at Sundown: Explore Jakarta by Night

By: Chandra Drews Nightclubs & Cafes in Jakarta After-hours. You can say many things about Jakarta, but not that it's dull! Check out this top 5 Jakarta Nightlife...

View of Bangkok from Wat Arun, By: Isaac Olson

Bangkok Living Costs, a City that Caters to All Your Wants and Needs

By: Isaac Olson January is Indo-China month at Latitudes. One major draw to Bangkok is the city's reputation for having a low cost of living, which helps attract...

Flexing the old grey matter for charity in the Warehouse, By: Simon Hare

Let’s get Quizzical in Siem Reap…

By: Simon Hare January is Indo-China month at Latitudes. Time for something a bit controversial: Anyone who stays longer than 3 days in Siem Reap might just  risk...

Doing business in Indonesia, it's all about the Rupiah

Doing Business in Indonesia: a Short Guide

By: Julia Tchezganova, first published on Bali Expat With a population of nearly 240 million people, with more than 17,000 islands, and with a significant political...

Hung and Sonia in Paris

Cross-Cultural Couples: Sonia and Hung

By: Diana van Oort Our family of mixed couples is growing bigger and bigger. The Latitudes Cross-Cultural Couples series is a testament to the intermingling of cultures...

The Early Years

By: Thomas Weber Carlsen Thomas Weber Carlsen is a Danish architect who has been living in Cambodia with his Cambodian wife and their two children for over 10 years...

Jakarta can have you spinning in circles, By: Bonita Suraputra

Jakarta Living Costs: Accommodation, Transportation, Food & Entertainment

By: Ario Triwibowo Jakarta is one of the world’s busiest, largest and most populous cities. The Indonesian capital is ranked as the 9th largest city and 13th most ...

Yannick Expat-Life Research Jakarta

Wanted: Dutch Expats for Research on Expat Life in Post-Colonial Indonesia

Hello Latitudes.nu readers. My name is Yannick Wassmer, and I am a 24-year old 'Dutch' student. I'm currently finishing my masters degree in Intercultural...

Design on Bali, Less is more?

Design on Bali: Less is More

By: Ed Caffin, first published on Jakarta Expat Keeping up with the latest contemporary trends, architectural design on Bali is of course all about minimalism. Or at...