Globe Guide

Why Souvenirs Suck

Will you ever wear that cheesy T-shirt again? Or those Aladdin pants you picked up in Turkey? Didn’t think so…

Dewan Undangan Negeri

What to do in and around Kuching, Malaysia

One of the biggest cities in Borneo is Kuching, which is the capital of Sarawak. Home to about one million people, it’s a vibrant, colourful spot that houses some incredible architecture, serene gardens and a giant dose of Malay culture.

Paris: Top sights in the City of Lights

Few cities in the world can rival the history, beauty and architecture of Paris. You could easily spend a week lazing around in an outdoor café, taking in the stunning views from the top of the Eiffel Tower or poring over priceless works of art. But how do you see it all if you only have a couple of days? Easy: stick to the main highlights.

10 fascinating things about Tokyo

Tokyo is perhaps one of the most interesting cities on earth, and has long been on the bucket lists of seasoned travellers. Home to more than 13 million people, it is a sprawling, hectic metropolis full of towering skyscrapers, lightning-fast trains, questionable fashion, temples, geishas and sushi. Lots of sushi.

Why you should skip Venice and stay in Lido

I like to think of Lido as the Hamptons of Italy. The perfect place for a getaway, the quiet island features a white sand beach, dozens of delicious restaurants and cafes, cute stores and a laid-back yet classy vibe.

Top 10 tips for travelling in Asia

Asia is a continent so diverse there is not a single word that could sum it up. It’s with this in mind that those lucky enough to be heading to the Far East need to be prepared for, well, anything! Here are my Top 10 tips for travelling to Asia.

Eclectic San Francisco: A city of contrasts

It was still early in the morning, so the city was still clouded in puffy white fog, and you could see the white houses tucked into the hillside peeking out from underneath. Soon, we were greeted with a glimpse of the glittering blue waters that are famous in the Bay area, as we made our way past the Victorian-era townhouses and those classic cable cars.