Eat Your Way Through Hong Kong in a Day

Taste Hong Kong: One-day journey through culinary diversity Want to eat like a Hong Konger? Hong Kong is one of the world’s great food cities and its cuisine is world-renowned for being incredibly rich, influenced by Cantonese, European, Japanese, Korean, and Southeast Asian flavors. There’s literally something for everyone, at any time of day. Morning … Read more

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

Ideas For Tet Travel Closer To Home

Tet is a blursed time to travel. While it’s a great time for a quiet staycation, hanging out with friends and enjoying the blissfully empty streets, staying home feels like a bit of a waste of precious time off. Unfortunately, the alternative is dealing with crowds and jacked up prices if traveling anywhere in Vietnam, … Read more

Cyprus is Calling

Nicosia was our first stop on our trip to Cyprus and left a strong impression for a variety of reasons. The history of Nicosia and Cyprus is very interesting and controversial, but the city is completely safe and there are lots of interesting, fun and quirky things to do in Nicosia. We recommend spending two … Read more

V for Valencia

Better beaches than Barcelona, more picturesque than Madrid, and less visited than both Valencia bakes in the sun by day, smells of oranges at night and burns entirely once a year, during the world-renowned Las Fallas Festival, the city’s most important holiday—when the noise of fireworks and the stink of gunpowder fill the air for several sleepless nights in March. Valencia, the third biggest … Read more

Blueprint to Paradise

Can conservation and tourism co-exist in Coron? We slip into the glassy, emerald waters of one of Asia’s cleanest lakes, our hands feeling our way past smooth underwater boulders. Crystal clear visibility reveals a moonscape beneath the surface of Coron’s Kayangan Lake. Encircled by soaring, vegetation- clad granite cliffs and with no other tourists around, … Read more

Stay Awhile in WA

Western Australia is a land of superlatives and extremes, so take your time Like many world-traveling professionals there are a few cities now that I’ve lived in that can easily be called home, but when that inadvertent question comes up here in Saigon— “Where are you from?”—I have to always answer “Perth”, the city I was … Read more

Lesser Known Facts about Nagpur

From oranges to aerospace research and wildlife conservation to fire services Nagpur has some startling facts up its sleeve. The best time to visit Nagpur is from October to February during winter as the weather is pleasant. If you’re planning to visit Nagpur, just hop online and find cheap flights from Bangalore to Nagpur. It … Read more