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Europe’s Best: Places of Worship

As we continue on with our Europe’s Best series, we delve into majestic places of worship in the continent. In our first edition of the series, we’ve already covered some of Europe’s finest places of worship such as the St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow as well as La Sagrada Familia…

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The Philippines’ Best Street Food

As we move on to another addition to our street food series, we move to Asia’s Pearl of the Orient – The Philippines. The Philippine street food scene is alive and pumping and is enjoyed by everyone from all walks of life. In Manila, you can find street food almost…

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Red Wing Shoes

Made for the modern woman and stitched with archival inspiration.  Founded in 1905, The Red Wing Shoe Company released its first women’s boots in 1952. Since then, the Company has paved the way in building a legacy that combines comfort and style to craft the ideal boots for women. While…

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Wakeboarding

Calling all adrenaline junkies! We are taking you on an exhilarating ride across waterbodies. Wakeboarding has been gaining traction in the past few years as an incredibly popular activity amongst the lovers of water sports. Surf on a specially-designed board as you are tugged forward by a high-speed a motorboat…

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In Pictures: Jordan’s Monuments

Passed through the hands of many empires and rulers, Jordan’s landscape is peppered with megalithic monuments. These monuments tell stories as old as time and captivates the modern-day audience member precisely because so many of these places can still be seen, felt and explored. Influences from the Greeks, Romans and…

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Wayang Jogja Night Carnival #4

Designated as the ASEAN City of Culture for the period of 2018 to 2022, Yogyakarta is truly the cultural soul of Indonesia. Headed by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, Yogyakarta is a hub of Javanese culture and keeps its traditions close to its heart. With its fierce determination to maintain its…

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The Journey in Pictures

Whenever we travel, we’re always itching to arrive at our destination as soon as possible. We get restless on long haul flights; start counting down the number of hours as soon as we take our seats on the plane, and find anything and everything to do to cure our boredom.…

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Day of the Dead

Celebrated on 2nd November each year, the Day of the Dead commemorates family and friends of the living that have passed away, in their spiritual journey. What some might see as a sombre day is actually a day of celebration and joy as in the Mexican culture, death is seen…

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What is Sepak Takraw?

When we think of sports, the first few ones that come to mind are probably the usual – basketball, football, tennis, and volleyball. But have you heard of sepak takraw? What is Sepak Takraw? Native to the Southeast Asian region, sepak takraw is a sport also known as ‘kick volleyball’.…

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Photo Series: European Festivals

Asia’s vibrant and multicoloured festivals find themselves splayed across the pages of hundreds of magazines. From Holi to Songkran, we have heard of them all. But did you know that Europe has some of the most fascinating and diverse festivals as well? A mix of traditional and modern beliefs, these…

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The Colours of Morocco

Casablanca, Fez and Marrakech. These vibrant cities are just some of those that make up the bustling country of Morocco. Some people mistake Morocco to be part of Europe but in fact, is situated on the African continent. Morocco borders the Atlantic and Mediterranean coastline, which makes it one of…

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Europe’s Best: Castles

Most people have only heard of castles in fairytales and medieval stories. But here in Europe, there is a wealth of unbelievably stunning castles across the continent. As we move forward in our second installation of our Europe’s Best series, we explore the magical and other-worldly castles in Europe. Neuschwanstein…

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Travel Tips: Respectful Tourism

Being a tourist is an incredible adventure! Many of us embark on journeys across continents to marvel at gargantuan structures, foreign to our homeland. Many of these beautiful places plastered across social media are that of religious sites. Places such as La Sagrada Familia Basilica of Barcelona or Singapore’s own…

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The Art of Making Sushi

Sushi, sushi, sushi. Some say it is an acquired taste. While the idea of eating raw fish may make some people feel squeamish, some people get past that mental barrier and come to love eating sushi altogether. Origins Most of us think that sushi originated in Japan. But in fact,…

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Remarkable things to do in Krabi

Unlike its louder sister, Phuket, the province of Krabi has a quiet charm. Perched on the southwest coast of Thailand, it is a haven for tourists looking to escape the hubbub and soak in tranquility. Take a rejuvenating trip to the area blessed with some of nature’s most stunning formations…

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