An altruistic guide to travel in Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville, the party capital of Cambodia, known for it’s notorious nightlife and myriad of parties that line the beachside every night. Tourists come from all over the world to get a piece of seaside Cambodia, sun tanning by day and partying by night. It’s a vibrant city that is continuously expanding and welcoming an increasing…

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Koh Chang – A small taste of the old Thailand

There’s not too many islands left in Thailand that haven’t been slowly discovered by adventurers and then secured their spot on the Banana Pancake Trail for every other backpacker looking for an island escape. That’s why I was surprised to hear of a place that had yet been taken over in the same way that,…

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Penang – For the love of Food, Art and Cats

My journey has taken me north to the island of Penang, where I have found myself taking a step back in time to the colonial city of Georgetown. In 2008 Georgetown became listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has since kept and maintained its unique colonial architecture to which it is most recognised…

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