The smallest big city in the world, Sydney is a treasure throve of excitement. Sure, almost everyone with a Lonely Planet guidebook can pinpoint the must-sees of Sydney such as the Opera House, Darling Harbour and Paddington Market. But there’s more to Sydney beyond all that jazz. While your wanderlust takes you through Sydney’s major tourist hotspots, pace down your journey and make a stop at one of these lesser known yet equally exciting places to visit as well!
By: Irvin Hanni
Kuala Lumpur shone bright last night (26th March 2014) as world-class athletes, Hollywood celebrities and Malaysian VIPs walked the red carpet, or rather, BLUE carpet at the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards 2014. Held in the iconic Istana Budaya, Malaysia’s very own cultural palace, we caught some of the distinguished guests at their fashionable best on our red carpet highlights!
Words & Photography: Ellyse Ng
Kelantan, dubbed “the Cradle of Malay Culture”, is a trove of Malay heritage treasures. Get to know various offerings of the state with our list to get you started on your next Culture Vulture destination.
By: Ari Fajar
Mandalay, the last royal capital of Myanmar, is a delight for born explorers, temple-hoppers and even penny pinchers. Let our four-day itinerary and travel tips help you make the most of your visit to this famed city without parting with much of your hard-earned cash.
Words & Photography: Abby Yao
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