Turkey’s largest city, Istanbul, bridges both Europe and Asia and has so much to offer, making for an amazing place to visit. Filled with culture and history, spectacular architecture, all kinds of shopping experiences, and great dining opportunities, Istanbul is a cosmopolitan city that has something for everyone. In contrast, the Turkish city of Konya … Read more
The capital of Turkey, and the country’s second largest city, Ankara is situated right in the heart of Turkey. Proclaimed the capital of the country by Atatürk in 1923, Ankara is actually an ancient city that’s a great destination for history buffs who are happy to look beyond the modern façade. From here, a trip … Read more
Turkey’s Mediterranean coastline is simply full of amazing sights and scenery, whether you enjoy exploring the ruins of ancient civilizations or want to spend your days on the beach, there’s an abundance of both, and plenty more! Antalya, Turkey’s fifth largest city, is a bustling place and a good starting point for a tour of … Read more
The Turkish city of Antalya, like many others on the country’s Mediterranean coast, was first established in ancient times and became prosperous under the reign of the Romans. Today it is the fifth largest city in Turkey and attracts millions of tourists every year for its combination of history, culture and beaches. There is so … Read more
Bangkok to Krabi Train, Night Bus, Direct Flights Looking to escape the commotion of Bangkok and enjoy the breathtaking scenery and fresh beach air of Krabi? You’ve got options! The 800km journey can be done by plane, train, bus, or minibus, and prices vary depending on which option you choose. It will take you anywhere … Read more
Turtle island, named after the sea turtles that swim through the crystal-clear Thai Gulf all around it, Koh Tao is a laid-back alternative to chic Samui and hedonistic Phangan. It’s sat some 41 miles to the north of its Chumphon Archipelago compadres, mimicking a desert island with its coconut-strewn beachfronts and hidden coves, not to … Read more
The hop from the Thai mainland at Chumphon to the sparkling beaches and azure seas of Koh Tao island is under 80 kilometres. That makes it one of the shortest ferry crossings for travelers keen to get to the famous diving mecca in the midst of the gulf. In addition, it’s a particularly convenient choice … Read more
Going from Bangkok to Chiang Mai means traveling right through the heart of the fabled Land of Smiles. You’ll leave the glimmering skyscrapers of the capital for a place of temple-capped hills, frenetic bazaars, and mystical shrines. But the journey’s also an adventure in itself, whizzing through rolling rice paddies and elephant-stalked forests. In total, … Read more
Hong Kong is part futuristic megacity, part immersive East Asian metropolis. You can spend your days glowering up at the mighty skyscrapers of Central or gazing at the shimmering high-rise blocks from Victoria Peak. Then come evenings of trawling bazaars in Kowloon and eating steamy dim sum in ramshackle wet markets. But Hong Kong is … Read more
Ditch the shisha pipes and Grand Bazaar of ancient Istanbul and set your sights on the sun-kissed south of Turkey. That’s where Antalya beckons with old Ottoman architecture and access to some of the very best beaches in the country. You’ll need to be ready to do a pretty long trip, because there’s over 500km … Read more
Tokyo is a place where you find a new experience around every corner. It’s a fast and furious mix of style, culture and quirkiness. Gaze in admiration or take a step back in time walking along cobbled streets. Immerse yourself in pop culture, sit back and enjoy the delicious cuisine that’s on offer or get some serious retail therapy in one of its malls. There are a myriad of different things to do in Tokyo but if you’re still looking for inspiration we’ve put together a list of our top 10 Tokyo attractions.
One thing’s for sure, you’re never going to be short of things to do in Johor Bahru. The city provides a fun and interesting mix of partying, history, shopping and family friendly adventure. You can admire the beautiful architecture of religious buildings, immerse yourself in hours of retail therapy or play with Hello Kitty. It’s a fascinating and enticing amalgam of attractions. If you need some help deciding on where to dedicate your time, here’s our top 10 list of what to do in Johor Bahru.
And breathe…Goa is where the pace of life slows down and the hubbub of India drops away behind the swaying palm trees and jungle-covered hills. It might be the smallest state in the country, but it pulls in a whopping 7.1 million visitors every year with its promise of R&R and good-time living on the … Read more
Tokyo is the sprawling, seething, neon-hazed capital of Japan. A megacity of more than 37 million people, it’s a heady overload of ramen stalls and sizzling BBQ kitchens, manga emporiums and steel-dressed skyscrapers that sprout like a forest of trees across the midriff of Honshu Island. At least it’s a heady overload until you discover … Read more