I’m Leaving on a Tuk Tuk…
Ok, I got you there with the click bait title. This post is actually about my overnight bus ride from Luang Prabang to a small border town along the Laos-Thailand border. Now, why would I want to go there? Read on to find out, and yes I did sleep with a stranger, although it’s not what you think it is.Continue reading “Sleeping With a Stranger”
Having a waterfall all to myself…
Starting off my series of blog posts on Laos is this first one on Luang Prabang, This ancient city and former royal capital of Laos has been designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Despite this honor, not that many tourists visit Luang Prabang, compared to the other usual tourist haunts in South East Asia. Which in my opinion is a good thing if you want to escape the tourist hordes.
If you’ve been to Ipoh before, you would have probably heard about the famous cave temples that can be found there. If you haven’t, I have a post about visiting these cave temples. However, the oldest and probably most well known of them all is Perak Cave Temple.
I had done a blog post for Gaston Luga, a Swedish brand previously, featuring their very fashionable and practical backpacks. So when they asked me again if I would like to collaborate again on their coming Spring campaign, I jumped at the chance.Continue reading “Gaston Luga Spring Campaign 2019”
One of the best ways to enjoy Hong Kong’s city skyline is to take one of the many harbor cruises that ply Victoria Harbor. There are a multitude of cruises to choose from ranging from standard cruises to dinner cruises, sitting on the Star Ferry or a traditional Chinese junk.
Mention Hong Kong and almost everyone will have in their mind a city full of skyscrapers, crowded streets and millions of people. However, Hong Kong does have it’s fair share of nature reserves, beaches and islands which are unfortunately missed out by most travelers. Continue reading “Taking the Island Cruise in Sai Kung”