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Toxic Tattoo Yogyakarta, By: Astrid Reza

Got Ink? Yogyakarta Tattoo Guide

By: Astrid Reza Indonesia has a long history in tattoo cultures and traditions. The Mentawai tribe, who refer to tattoos as titi, are considered to have the oldest...

The Annexe gallery KL

Introduction to Central Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur (KL) & Beyond!

By: Melissa Lin In the central region of Peninsular Malaysia we encounter the federal territories of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, as well as the state of Selangor. The...

kota kinabalu

Introduction to Sabah, The Land Below the Wind

By: Melissa Lin Sabah, known as the land below the wind, lies on the island of Borneo, sharing the island with Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan Indonesia. Interestingly,...

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”,...

Visit Timor Leste

Introduction to East Timor

By: Dalih Sembiring After approximately 200 years of Portuguese colonialization and more than 20 years of Indonesian rule, the world’s second-youngest state was...

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...

Rujak, favorite street food Indonesia

Eating out in The Big Durian, Jakarta Food Guide

By: Chandra Drews With The Big Durian’s (a stinky but delicious fruit, a nickname that aptly symbolizes the capital of Indonesia) 19 million inhabitants it's no...

Ricecooker shop Kuala Lumpur

Insider Tips Kuala Lumpur

By: Melissa Lin An insider’s insight into getting more out of your experience in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Indulge in gastronomic delights, explore KL’s eclectic...