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Southeast Asia: My Favourite Place in 5 Countries

In all of my travels around the world over the years, the majority of my time has been spent in Asia. In fact, I've probably spent the good part of a year of my life over… [more]

Southeast Asia: My Favourite Place in 5 Countries Southeast Asia: My Favourite Place in 5 Countries

Tan Ky House: A Traditional Home in Hoi An, Vietnam

The Old Town of Hoi An in Central Vietnam is full of beautiful old buildings, dating back to its days as an important trading port. The Chinese and Japanese merchants who… [more]

Tan Ky House: A Traditional Home in Hoi An, Vietnam Tan Ky House: A Traditional Home in Hoi An, Vietnam

10 Things to do in George Town, Malaysia

Penang is one of the most popular destinations in Malaysia, known as the food capital of the country and for its own unique mix of cultures. At the north-eastern tip of the… [more]

10 Things to do in George Town, Malaysia 10 Things to do in George Town, Malaysia

Must See Vietnam: 5 Places to Visit

Vietnam is one of those countries that has everything from a traveller’s point of view. It has big busy cities, interesting historical sites, breathtaking natural scenery,… [more]

Must See Vietnam: 5 Places to Visit Must See Vietnam: 5 Places to Visit

Instagramming Chiang Mai

It's time for another Instagram round up post! Living in Chiang Mai, Thailand for two months is one of the greatest travel experiences that I've had. It was the first time… [more]

Instagramming Chiang Mai Instagramming Chiang Mai

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Southeast Asia: My Favourite Place in 5 Countries

by Dean Wickham February 26, 2015 Asia
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In all of my travels around the world over the years, the majority of my time has been spent in Asia. In fact, I’ve probably spent the good part of a year of my life over there. In Southeast Asia, so far I have visited five countries – well, six including Singapore – and I [...]

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Tan Ky House: A Traditional Home in Hoi An, Vietnam

by Dean Wickham February 11, 2015 Asia
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The Old Town of Hoi An in Central Vietnam is full of beautiful old buildings, dating back to its days as an important trading port. The Chinese and Japanese merchants who settled here combined their influences with the local Vietnamese to create a truly unique mix of culture, and the architecture in Hoi An certainly [...]

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10 Things to do in George Town, Malaysia

by Dean Wickham January 30, 2015 Asia
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Penang is one of the most popular destinations in Malaysia, known as the food capital of the country and for its own unique mix of cultures. At the north-eastern tip of the island is its capital, and one of the most interesting cities in Malaysia – George Town. George Town was established as one of [...]

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Must See Vietnam: 5 Places to Visit

by Dean Wickham January 16, 2015 Asia
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Vietnam is one of those countries that has everything from a traveller’s point of view. It has big busy cities, interesting historical sites, breathtaking natural scenery, great beaches, thrilling adventure activities and mouth watering food. In fact, Vietnam has so much to offer that you could keep coming back time and time again and always [...]

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Instagramming Chiang Mai

by Dean Wickham January 9, 2015 Asia
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It’s time for another Instagram round up post! Living in Chiang Mai, Thailand for two months is one of the greatest travel experiences that I’ve had. It was the first time that I’ve actually stayed still for an extended period of time while overseas, and during that time I was able to discover the benefits [...]

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Photos: A Walk Through Kings Park in Perth, Western Australia

by Dean Wickham December 28, 2014 Australia
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I just love a city that has lots of green space and a big area set aside for parkland, right in the middle of the city. Perhaps the reason for this is that I grew up in one of these cities – Perth in Western Australia. I have lots of childhood memories of picnics and [...]

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272 Steps – Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

by Dean Wickham December 14, 2014 Adventure
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It’s another steaming hot day in Kuala Lumpur and the air conditioning on the train has made me consider a day of just staying in transit to keep cool. Another option would be to head to a nice air conditioned shopping mall or find a little cafe to chill out in with an iced coffee…Of course, [...]

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Video: A Sudden Downpour in Battambang, Cambodia

by Dean Wickham November 28, 2014 Asia
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We had one of the first big summer storms here in Brisbane yesterday. I was at work at the time, and as I looked outside at the huge sudden downpour of rain, instantly cooling down the hot and humid day, I felt a little “home sick” for Southeast Asia. I was reminded of travelling through [...]

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Day & Night at the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur

by Dean Wickham November 16, 2014 Asia
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The Petronas Towers are a true icon of Kuala Lumpur. For most people, it is the first thing that comes to mind when they think of Malaysia’s capital. At 451 metres tall, the Petronas Twin Towers were the tallest buildings in the world until 2004. Now, they sit in third place, but that doesn’t take [...]

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33 Photos That Will Make You Want To Travel To Laos

by Dean Wickham November 8, 2014 Asia
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Laos is a fascinating country. It’s not really an off the beaten path destination anymore, but it often still feels that way. This landlocked country in Southeast Asia has a tiny population compared to some of its huge neighbours, and it actually shares a border with five different countries, which perhaps is the reason for [...]

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