Travel Gear Review: Nomad, Bazaart, Tom Chalky Designs

For many of us travelholics, the past few months have been pure torture with dusty suitcases, unopened bottles of suntan lotion, and dog-eared passports waiting to see the light of day. In between binging The Blacklist and making enemies out of friends geeking out on Catan, I’ve managed to use some of that unexpected downtime … Read more

Travel in a Post-Pandemic World

While the coronavirus has adversely affected practically every aspect of life around the world, the hospitality and travel industries have been among the hardest hit, putting tens of millions of jobs at risk. According to the UN World Tourism Organization, international travel could decline by up to 80% in 2020 compared to 2019, depending on … Read more

My Cambodia, Your Cambodia

Personal essays on the Golden Land As told by James Pham, Rachael Mussig, Shauna O Mahony, and Leanna Payne Living in Cambodia is at times incredibly infuriating yet touchingly endearing. Streets are alternately dusty or muddy, depending on the season, but reliably congested with tuktuks, cars, and motorbikes, especially in Phnom Penh, where even short … Read more

Singapore Fling

Uncovering Singapore’s past, present, and future Despite being a quick two-hour flight from Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore and Saigon could not be more different. With gorgeous green spaces, spotlessly clean streets, a multi-cultural population harmoniously co-existing, and a modern, breezy lifestyle—Singapore is often held up as a model for Southeast Asia and beyond. Walking, eating, and … Read more