If you’re preparing for a trip to Japan for the first time, you may have already decided which cities you’d like to visit, started looking into the climate to see what clothes you need to pack, and bought a Japanese phrasebook so you can try communicating in the local tongue when you arrive. But these…
Tokyo is one of the biggest, safest and most culturally diverse cities on the planet. Find out what to do and where to stay in Japan’s capital city in our Tokyo city guide.
All of Craig and Linda’s 2010 adventures compiled into one, handy, enormous post. Read about the Indie Travel adventures of 2010!
Heading to Bhutan in late October? Don’t miss the Naked Monk Dance in Bumthang, central Bhutan. Check out our Naked Monk Dance festival article for tips!
Cambodia is an amazing place: delicious food, a deep and interesting culture, complex cities, rich history. Check out our top 10 things to do in Cambodia.
Thailand’s Loi Krathong festival is a time of new beginnings and lanterns — head to Chiang Mai to release a lantern of your own and take part in the festivities.
Vibrant colours, parades, costumes, food stalls – you name it, the MassKara festival has it! Find out more about this vibrant event, which is held in Bacolod, the Philippines, every October.
We talk travel photography in Vietnam, and all kind of goodness with Joseph Linaschke who shares his thoughts on ultra-light cameras and why he uses an iPad.
There is no reason why anyone should avoid India, even solo women travellers — all you need is some preparation.
Kuala Lumpur, that bustling, muggy, shopping mecca, is a great place to start exploring Asia. It’s been referred to as “Asia lite” – it’s definitely Asia, but most home comforts can be found somewhere in the sprawling metropolis.
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That's All Folks!