• Travel Photography

    3 Reasons To Get Into Travel Photography

    Like many bloggers, travel is a huge part of my lifestyle, and when it comes to loving the jet-setting lifestyle, it seems I’m not alone. After all, according to research, 39% of Millennials and Gen Z workers wouldn’t take a job that didn’t offer them at least some form of travel. It’s pretty amazing when you think about it. With travelling, many of us would argue photography is one of the biggest parts. If it’s not on Insta, did it ever really happen? As we all spend increasingly more time researching the best spots to snap on holiday, perfecting your pose, and working out how to ask your Instagram boyfriend/girlfriend/hubby/wife/bestie…

  • Best time to visit Borneo

    Best Time To visit Borneo Island, Malaysia

    Borneo Island is one of the places that I was looking most forward to visiting during our Southeast Asia travels. Home to around 222 mammals, 420 birds, 100 amphibians and 394 fish, Borneo is a haven for wildlife and nature lovers. I fell in love with this island and cannot wait to go back.

  • 2 Days in Singapore

    2 Days in Singapore: The Ultimate Guide

    If you’re travelling through Southeast Asia, Singapore is likely to be on your radar. It might be the smallest country in the region, but it’s also the most dynamic. When you arrive in this city you will feel as though you’ve stepped into the future. If you’re visiting for the first time, 2 days in Singapore is the perfect amount of time to explore.

  • Dreams to reality

    5 Ways To Go From Dreaming To DOING

    I know you’re a dreamer. Just the fact that you’re reading this let’s me know you’re a dreamer - and that is a beautiful thing. Dreamers make the world a better place. We hold desperately onto hope and feel everything deeply.

  • Island hopping Langkawi

    Island Hopping Langkawi: 5 Things To Know

    Over these past few weeks we had the opportunity to visit the beautiful island of Langkawi. Unfortunately, the weather didn’t treat us all that well, but we did get the chance to take an island hopping Langkawi tour. Island hopping is one of the most popular activities to do in Langkawi.

  • 2 Days in Langkawi

    2 Days In Langkawi: The Ultimate Guide

    Langkawi, a picturesque island found off the coast of Penang is one of Malaysia’s most popular beach destinations. It’s the largest of more than 100 islands that make up the Langkawi archipelago in the Andaman Sea. If you’re putting together a Malaysia itinerary, you definitely going to want to spend at least 2 days in Langkawi.

  • Things to do in Phuket old town

    5 Best Things To Do In Phuket Old Town

    Phuket - a rainforested, mountainous island of the Andaman Sea, home to some of Thailand’s most popular beaches. An exotic, albeit “touristy” paradise home to many high-end seaside resorts, restaurants, and spas. But on our recent trip we discovered Phuket Old Town and it was incredible.

  • Instagrammable places in Australia

    The 4 most Instagrammable spots in Australia

    Travelling has been transformed by photography and even more so by smartphones. Instagram has become a key part of the tourist experience, where you can take amazing holiday snaps to share with your friends and followers. Australia offers its tourists plenty of fantastic backdrops for selfies and holiday spam. The Australian tourist board even created the Giga Selfie app, for tourists who want to take their selfie game to the next level. However you decide to take your shot, Australia is the place to do it. These Instagrammable spots don’t need a filter to look incredible! 1. Wildlife Kangaroos, koalas and wallabies, oh my! A trip to Australia wouldn’t be…

  • Phi Phi island tour

    Phi Phi Island Tour: Exploring Paradise

    Phi Phi Islands - one of the most iconic places to visit in Thailand. If you like the idea of gliding peacefully on a boat through the clear, turquoise waters, between soaring limestone cliffs, then you will love the Phi Phi island tour.

  • Why See One Country When You Can See Three?

    When we think about going on holiday, we usually always think about going to one country. It might be a lovely hotel in a beach destination. Or it might be a little city break in Europe. And it’s usually only that one country that people stick to, because who has the money to hop from country to country? Well, you do, because it’s not as hard as you think. It’s so easy to think of a big going to different countries as being too expensive, or stepping into backpacking territory. But in fact, this is an opportunity of a lifetime that so many of us are missing out on. Even…