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July 17, 2016

Photography Guide to Iceland

Where to go to take amazing photos in Iceland There are certain places that every photographer wants to go. Iceland is certainly one of the most exquisite places for all of us. Its fascinating culture, dramatic landscape, vibrant wildlife, and […]
July 12, 2016

Cruising through Trang An Grottoes in Ninh Binh, Vietnam

Like Ha Long Bay, but more dramatic The “inland version of Ha Long Bay”, Trang An Grottoes is a great day trip destination from Hanoi for those who are looking for some nature. Trang An is the key tourism area […]
July 8, 2016

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park: Vancouver’s Playground

A Squirrel’s-Eye View of Capilano River One of Vancouver’s iconic landmarks, Capilano Suspension Bridge in North Vancouver is a place that triggers childhood memories. The wobbly suspension bridge, treetop canopies, labyrinth-like cliff walk make us feel like being a kid […]
June 27, 2016

Let There be Land… The Creation Story of Wendat

According to The Book of Genesis… “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the […]
June 24, 2016

#CityAdventures A Foodie’s Guide to Sydney

A Foodie’s Guide to Sydney, Australia Sydney is cosmopolitan, bustling and multicultural. The city’s immigration background from Europe to Asia has introduced cuisines from every corner of the world to this harbour city, where it is common for locals to […]
June 20, 2016

Val Jalbert: The Story Continues

The ghost town of Val Jalbert is a lot more cheerful than it sounds. Led by the real-life figures of the village, visitors are invited to travel back to the 1920s. The town of Val Jalbert was established in 1901 […]
June 19, 2016

#CityAdventures Los Angeles for Health-Seeking Travelers

Los Angeles for Health-Seeking Travelers Beyond the glamor of Hollywood, Los Angeles has another reputation. It has to do with the healthy lifestyle. How is it that so many people are fit and good-looking? Well besides the year-round beautiful weather […]
June 17, 2016

Via Ferrata Madness in Quebec: Walking on the Iron Road

So, let’s talk about via ferrata. How many of you have done it or even heard of it? The first time I got to know this foreign concept was while translating Sabah Tourism’s website from English to Korean back in […]
June 8, 2016

#CityAdventures Beginner’s Guide to Shanghai

Visitors to China have an enduring love for Shanghai. China’s most modern and ‘westernised’ city (with the possible exception of Hong Kong), dynamic and cosmopolitan Shanghai is often liked to China on training-wheels: the charm and culture of China mixed […]
May 30, 2016

Sur: On The Coast of the Gulf of Oman

Oman is the first country I visited in the Middle East. Frankly, I didn’t know much about the region. The common conceptions are… It’s a war zone. Women are treated terribly. It’s dangerous. There’s nothing but deserts and oil fields. […]
May 16, 2016

Have You Been to Indonesia Yet? You Should!

Why Indonesia Should be Your Next Holiday Destination Indonesia is still a mysterious place to me. Understandably so, I’ve only seen a small part of this diverse country. Only 9 islands out of 17,000! It’s one of the places where […]
May 14, 2016

The Eight Elephants and Dreaming Dragons

This wasn’t my first visit to Eight Elephants Hostel. Six years ago, during Chinese New Year, I traveled to Taipei alone. I think this was one of the only hostels I could find in Taipei. I landed in rainy Taipei […]