With a name like Kebun Villas & Resort (kebun means garden in the local language), I was expecting a property surrounded by greenery, but nothing prepared me for the lush Eden of tangled vines, blushing frangipani and fiery red heliconias that awaited me and my partner.
Words: Beverly Rodrigues
From the sandstone gorges of The Kimberley and golden fields of the Wheatbelt to the lush wine-growing region of Margaret River and the red plains of the Goldfields-Esperance region ablaze with wildflowers, Western Australia offers fiery, rugged landscapes and quiet, untouched beauty.
Compiled by: Beverly Rodrigues Photography: Ken Duncan & Steve Fraser
Rich in natural resources and one of the wealthiest kingdoms in the world, Brunei Darussalam reveals yet another treasure, which is perhaps more valuable than all its petroleum put together: Its untouched coral reefs and marine biodiversity.
Words & Photography: Lawrence Alex Wu
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