Top 10 Facts about Chinese New Year

  1) The date varies. Chinese hold their new year celebrations between the 21st January and 20th February, depending on the Chinese lunar calendar; so although calendar years have a fixed start and end date, the ... Read More

Be Hong Kong! What’s your Plan Be?

Hong Kong has been a city of many identities: a community of fishing villages, a refuge for immigrants, a global business hub and a former British colony. Today, it continues to question its personality as it finds it... Read More

Trash The Party with Trasher in Bangkok

Trasher isn’t a specific bar or event, it’s a group of party enthusiasts, headed by Tichakorn ‘Jojo’ Phukhaotong and Saroj ‘Ark’ Kunatanad, who host different events around Bangkok and have become famous for their par... Read More

From Berlin to Bangkok: Modern German food by the Sühring twins

In a city where German food offerings come in trios of wurst, sauerkraut and schnitzel, the arrival of Sühring’s light, contemporary fare is a total triumph. Using seasonal ingredients and a large dose of techni... Read More

Be Bangkok! What’s your Plan Be?

Bangkok is not a destination off the beaten path. From backpackers to business travellers, the Thai capital has attracted visitors for centuries, making it the most visited city in the world. It’s a city, both liberal... Read More

Is Singapore suffering from #FOMO?

I moved to Singapore from London nearly two years ago and I’d only been on the island for a few days when I had my first experience of “kiasu”. It was a Sunday afternoon and after a couple of hours exploring the herit... Read More

The Dance of the Flaming Arseholes – Before hot yoga, there was this workout

Singapore’s reputation as a safe, clean and efficient nation is something the city worked hard to attain. And many visitors hardly look beyond the conglomerate of fancy and sanitized buildings. But there is a lot that... Read More

Responsible Travel: Be the change that you wish to see in the world

Boracay is being shut down for the next 6 months following concerns of excessive damage to its once pristine shores. The tiny island, known for its white-sandy beaches, attracted nearly 2 million visitors last year pu... Read More

José Naranja – a travelling artist finds greatness everywhere!

Instagram, note apps, blogs— all the cool kids are using tech to document their travels. But what about keeping it old-school? Give those thumbs a rest and jot down your travel experiences along the way using notebook... Read More

Art Fair Philippines 2018

Set in an alternative urban venue, the six floors of a carpark building in Makati will be converted into a pop-up art space for the sixth edition of Art Fair Philippines (1-4 Mar). The premier platform for one of Sout... Read More