Yogyakarta

Why my art-appreciation-schedule is always full in Yogyakarta

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What can I do after office hours? I respond to this question very easily as a resident of Yogyakarta: watching shows or visiting art exhibitions.

Hoi An

Hoi An: An ancient beauty of Vietnam

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Asia’s ancient towns and cities have always made me curious about the old days of that country. I have seen historical paths when living in Hanoi and visiting George Town in Malaysia.

Royal Thailand Flags

Royal Thailand flags

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Have you realized that Thailand’s Royal Family has a flag, symbol and colour that represents each one individually?

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An Ode to Ceylon Tea Lovers!

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There are two types of people in the world. The people who love their coffee and the other kind – those who can’t live without a cup of tea every morning and evening!

Exploring Vietnam through the eyes of chefs and travellers

Exploring Vietnam through the eyes of chefs and travellers

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Vietnam has been featured on several travel blogs and magazines all over the world.
Let’s explore this country through travel experts’ eyes.

Money in Thailand

Money in Thailand (THB or ฿)

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Thailand has a new king – Rama 10 – the design of our money has changed. Slowly the picture of Rama 9 is being replaced with notes that have a picture of Rama 10.

Cultures of Indonesia’s Mountain People

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Bromo is one of the active volcanoes in Indonesia which is a favourite destination for both local and foreign tourists. It is located in East Java, right in between Yogyakarta and Bali.
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Window shopping Phnom Penh night market

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If you are looking to go shopping in the evening in Phnom Penh, the night market is a great place to go and see. It’s located along the riverside, close to Phnom Penh port. It’s open daily from 5.30pm till 11pm. During the weekday there are not so many people, but you will find that it is very crowded at weekends.  Read more

Vietnam’s traditional iconic hat Non La

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Among Vietnam’s symbols, bamboo trees represent Vietnamese people’s solidarity; the lotus flower is for our timeless beauty; and the iconic hat, Non la , is the image that reminds people of Vietnamese women’s elegance.

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Vietnamese Signature Drink: Coffee

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When someone mentions coffee, you will probably think of Brazil, Colombia or Ethiopia.
But when in Vietnam, it is a must to taste the coffee of the second largest coffee exporter in the world.
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