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Discovering Bali: a simple and quick guide to the Island of The Gods

On the western-most end of Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east, lies the Indonesian island of Bali. It is mostly known for three things: wonderful beaches and dive sites, rich culture, and cheap massage.

While you can find all three in most, if not all, Asian countries lying in the Coral Triangle, Bali is a bit different. The mix of traditional culture and western influence makes it so.

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Australia: more than just Sydney

“Did you know that everything in Australia will try to kill you?”

That’s what my buddy told me when I told him I’m moving to Australia a couple of years back. In case you have been living under a rock for most of your life, the world (or at least in The Interweebz) has this perception about Australia being filled with the nastiest, scariest, and deadliest creatures. Well, yeah for the most part, it actually is. But other than that, when someone says “Australia”, all they could think about are two things: Sydney and The Opera House.

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Travel guide to The Lion City: Singapore

Singapore, oh Singapore! Marina Bay Sands, the Merlion, and Universal Studios: these are the things that come to mind when one says Singapore. But apart from these iconic tourist spots and being known as The Lion City, Singapore is also well-known for strict rules, humongous fines, and very disciplined people (no spitting, no littering, no jaywalking, no durian?).

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Travel tips: things you should remember when traveling

When traveling or going on an adventure, are you the strict-type Weekend Warrior who tries to do things as “by the book” as possible? Or are you the type who just goes out there freely, going YOLO and just seizing the days ahead? Whatever the case may be, take note that there are things that we should always remember when going out there and sometimes, things just doesn’t go according to our plans and, as the old adage goes, we’d rather be safe than be sorry.

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