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    A Crazy Experience At The Sinulog Festival

    Colourful in nature and massive in size, the Sinulog Festival is a much awaited event not only for the Cebuanos, but also for tourists from all over the world. It is a festival unlike any other in Southeast Asia, and it only happens once every year—on the third Sunday of every January. Read our close encounter with this unique festival! 

    Words & Photography: Irvin Hanni

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    Where to Celebrate New Year 2014, Yo?

    Goodbye 2013, hello 2014! Looking for ideas on where to spend the New Year at? The Travel 3Sixty Digital Team jetsetters are here to help you pick!

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    Touching the Other Side

    Celebrating Halloween this month, Travel 3Sixty looks at how different cultures commune with the spirits, appease wandering ghosts and honour ancestors with special rituals that lift the veil between the realms.

    Words: Efi Hafizah Hamzah

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  • Lanna Light

    Lanna Light

    Chiang Mai, the former capital of the ancient Lanna Kingdom, is home to one of Thailand’s most dramatic lantern festivals, and offers up a cultural and culinary escape to remember.

    Words & Photography : Timothy Tam Wae Yih

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    One with the Rainforest

    From her college years and well into adulthood, Haze Jalalludin had heard so much about the world-famous Rainforest World Music Festival ranging from incredible experiences to head scratching anecdotes. It was time for her to personally check the rainforest legends and play mythbuster in the jungles of Sarawak, Malaysia.

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    Bandung Raya Shopping

    Eid al-Fitr, better known as Hari Raya Aidilfitri in Malaysia, is fast approaching… meaning it’s time for some serious shopping! It’s never too early to do so, especially if you don’t want to get unfashionably famished during Ramadan shopping (with the fasting month and all). Our Indonesian writer Ari heads over to shopping capital Bandung for a quick getaway and Ramadan shopping spree, where he happily shares his list of favourite spots around town – complete with a killer shopping map to boot!

    Words by Ari Fajar

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    Mukah Kaul Festival: A Journey to Melanau Heartland

    Curious about the non-conforming customs (and the food) of Sarawak’s Kaul Festival, our resident Bornean took on the task to dig deeper into the Melanau’s unique festival.

    Words & Photos: Ari Fajar

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