A Travel Guide For Introverts

Social Life and Personal Sanity Whilst Travelling. It’s a balancing act. Let’s get this out of the way. “Introverts” is just one of those abstract, polarized labels very much like “hipster” or “vegan”, that even someone who identify with it are not entirely sure that it describes who they are — or want it to…

Your Free, Self Guided Walking Tour In Melbourne

Some of the best things to do in life come free. It doesn’t take a lot for a place to please me. Just as long as I can capture moments and certain feelings, I’m good to go. And most times they don’t cost much and who knows maybe that’s how you roll too. So if…

How To Travel Using Less Plastic

One of my biggest regret in my time travelling is not because I didn’t visit Europe more, or the islands in Bali or sticking to a tight budget a little too strictly. Nowh! It’s the unfiltered amount of plastic I consume while travelling. Sometimes it was necessary and sometimes it was wholly and utterly avoidable….

6 Most Non-Dodgy Hostels In Malaysia

From the buzzing heights of Kuala Lumpur and the pearl orient island of Penang to Sabah’s cultural towns. Malaysia have an abundance of incredible adventures to offer travellers from around the world. If you are young, travelling long-term solo, a small family on a budget, chances are hostels (and affordable hotels) are your best bet….

Staying Healthy While Traveling, Naturally

While traveling, your body can get into all sorts of crazy. Different air, different time-zones, different water, different atmosphere, different food. Throw in too much street food, and too much sun, long-haul flights and long days, it’s no wonder people get sick easily. Despite it all, it doesn’t mean we start packing and dismiss our…

Coogee To Bondi: The Perfect Coastal Urban Day Walk

Looking to kill time in Sydney for a day? Or to sample Aussie’s urban coastline at it’s finest? Coogee to Bondi is a two-hour walk with stunning views, beaches, cliffs, bays, rock pools, and parks. This guide will show you how to spend a day (or even longer) in Sydney and where to eat –…

Edgewater, Te Anau: A Modish Budget Motel

I have a new found appreciation for motels now. Truth be told, I’ve been obsessing over camping out in tents and sleeping in a Kombi lately. If given the choice to camp out or sleep on a bed, I’d pick camping anytime. And it’s not because I’ve been staying at hotels or Couchsurfing too much…

Kayaking Milford Sound: What You Need To Know

Did I mention I was planning on my next escapade in my previous post? Thanks for staying tuned. As soon as I got my tickets, I knew I was heading into 2018 with a bang. I was going to explore South Island and its majestic mountains and Fiords —by sea kayaking. The first and the…

2 Year Gallivanting: 2016/2017 Review in Photos

My gallivanting isn’t about going around the globe and staying on the road hopping from one city to the other. It is about the things that I had set out to do and who I did them with. I remember the first time I had a really long talk with myself. I was 26. I…

How To Actually Roadtrip Without A Hitch In Australia

Many talk about driving The Big Lap when travelling to Australia. Also known as Highway 1, which skirts the entirety of Australia at a whopping 14,935 kilometres long. You need 3 weeks to a month to finish driving it. But for this post I will be covering a mini version of The Big Lap. Lets…

Roughing It Out In The Grampians, Australia

I’m writing this now 2 days after I arrived back in Kuala Lumpur. In fact, I meant to be back 3 days ago (12th October) but I missed my return flight. There’s really no other explanation other than I totally neglected the date and time. Perhaps, the strong inertia from living out in a tent for…

Loving Mellow Okinawa

My trip to Okinawa was rather on a whim, and I wasn’t planning on visiting Japan in the next two years or so. I guess sometimes plans we make tend to have a mind of its own. I knew after my last trip to Phuket, I would be traveling again and it didn’t matter where the next…