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[Off-the-beaten track] Hiking a lesser-known, crowd-free section of the Great Wall of China

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Humans look so tiny compared to the grandeur of the Great Wall! When it comes to the Great Wall of China, what comes to your mind? Tall, formidable walls perched atop the spine of the...

Kickstarting the year with great Onsen, Amazing views of the Sea and Mt. Fuji...

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The Izu Peninsula (伊豆半島) is a place I would not have visited or even crossed my mind if it weren't for my co-worker who's a big fan of the Japanese anime and is quite knowledgeable...

An unexpected act of kindness in Malta

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The modern society continues to progress. The population of urban dwellers continues to grow and expand at an unprecedented rate. And people are more in tuned with technological gadgets. However, it seems like humanity...

Chiang Mai – First Impressions

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This was my second visit to Thailand. My first trip was to the hustling and bustling metropolitan city Bangkok. I had mixed feelings for that city probably because I was never a huge fan of...

Ethical and Mindful Trekking in Sapa – 2D1N 25-km Trek + Homestay with the...

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Sapa, located deep within the mountain ranges bordering China and Vietnam, has always been on my list of must-go places. So, when I finally had the opportunity to travel to Vietnam I made sure...

Kumamoto Foods: The Strange and the Bizarre

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When we talk about Kumamoto, first thing comes to mind is the "Kumamon" - a cartoon character of the rosy-cheeked, stoned-looking black bear mascot with a which is seen plastered and advertised everywhere from...

Kyushu Highlights: Top 4 things you should not miss

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Apart from being famous for its Ramen, I honestly didn't know much about Kyushu before setting out on this trip. Who would have thought its volcanic landscape, lush greenery which really reminded me of...

Bun Cha (Vietnamese grilled pork patties with rice noodles) Recipe!

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Doesn't that just look gorgeous? Bun Cha rocks! I really enjoyed myself at the previous Vietnamese cooking lesson that I actually signed up for a second session! You could read up on my experience at the...

Recipe for Vietnamese savoury crepe: bánh xèo

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I was fortunate enough to have the chance to experience a Vietnamese cooking lesson organised by Betoaji and the participation fee was incredibly cheap! Only costs 1,500 yen per person which includes the cost...

Osaka Food Guide: Top 3 Ethnic Foods and Where to Find Them

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If you are on a holiday in Osaka and you are growing tired of Japanese food after eating it for a few days in a row. And if you are looking for alternatives, why...

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