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
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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