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How to get to Sapa, Vietnam

[caption id="attachment_2473" align="aligncenter" width="500"] All ready to board our overnight train to Sapa![/caption] A 9-hr train ride from Hanoi, the journey to Sapa is an adventure itself. There are so many private operators for this route that I got confused trying to book my tickets online...

Fansipan summit

Hiking Mount Fansipan

Fansipan is the highest peak in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, hence earning itself the romantic title 'Roof of IndoChina'. So when we went to Sapa this April, it topped our list of things to do (pun unintended haha). In general, there is not much info online on...

Top Things to Do in Penang

Dating a native Penangite for the past 7 years meant I had plenty of chances to visit this charming island, just off the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Even so, I've never grown tired of going back. Penang is a delightful mix of history, culture,...

8 Best Places to Visit in Morocco

Morocco is a burst of colours. Its landscapes display extremities of geography. Sandy beaches. Medieval Cities. Lush green hills. Snowcapped mountains. Even, the Sahara. This gateway to Africa is a melting pot of cultures, lived by mostly Arabs and Berbers (an indigenous ethnic group of North...