The next time your co-workers suggest going out for happy hour, be sure to ask if there will be bikini-clad girls remotely battling giant robots
Only have a few days in Malaysia’s most bustling city, Kuala Lumpur? Check out our guide for what to do.
Celebrated mid-April in Thailand as the traditional New Year’s Day, Songkran has evolved into the absolute largest water festival in the world – and is the festival to end all festivals.
…Meanwhile a fellow backpacker just next door woke up to a monkey chilling out in his less-than-private room and just days before my friend had woken to find a chicken – and its egg – on her bed (breakfast in bed doesn’t get much fresher).
Bangkok is a city unlike any other, and the best things to do can’t be found in a guidebook. Check out our list.
Most don’t consider Korea to be a top beach destination. But flocking to the ocean on those pre-monsoon season days of 100% humidity is simply second nature no matter where in the world you are, and Korea’s got a few nice areas to boast about.
The city of Georgetown, Penang has developed into a major art and culture hub of Malaysia. In addition to its incredible, government-subsidized street art and charming cafes that dot every corner, the area has introduced significant contributions to the global art community – notably an increasingly popular style known as Batik.
Malaysia has a rich history that’s been woven together by several distinct cultures, making the country an epicenter for the intermixing of customs, traditions and of course, cuisine.
Melaka, Malaysia is not a city in the traditional, busy sense – there’s this sense of history and charm that breathes through the place and keeps you captivated for days. Life goes at a slower pace and while you’re just about 2 hours from the traffic and hawking and noise of Kuala Lumpur, you may as well be worlds away.
It’s easy and rather tempting to spend your days lounging along the main beaches, but we arrived on the island equipped with a detailed, surprisingly well-scaled hand-drawn map directing us through a jungle trek to a few secret beaches toward the North of the island.