An Art and Coffee Lover’s Guide to Vienna, Austria

If I were to throw the words “art” and “coffee” at you right now, which European cities would spring to mind? Paris or Rome, most likely. However, Austria’s capital city, Vienna, has the potential to knock those

Festivals of Montreal, Canada

Montreal is a lively city, rich in history and culture, and it only makes sense the city would have a festival line-up to match. There are festivals for all kinds of artistic, culinary, and cultural endeavours, for

Travel to the Galapagos Islands on a Budget

The Galapagos Islands: home to the giant tortoise, loads of playful sea lions, incredible biodiversity, blue waters and white beaches, and, unfortunately, a sometimes hefty price tag. Touring these islands is typically regarded as a form of

Top Places to Eat on Malaysia’s West Coast

There are plenty of reasons why Malaysia should be on every traveller’s go-to list — my personal favourite? Eating. This underrated country has some of the best food I’ve ever tasted, from the chilled-out tourist island of

An Afternoon in Arrowtown, New Zealand

Arrowtown, a historic gold mining town in New Zealand’s south island, is adorably quaint. It’s a small village with a lot of character, and a place of quiet and calm while being close to the adventure capital

Antarctica for Endurance Athletes

Let’s face it: Antarctica is a place most of us can only dream of visiting. It’s the coldest and southernmost continent on Earth, expensive and sometimes treacherous to reach, and, well — the thought of its conditions

South Africa: Cape Town and Beyond

South Africa has been getting a lot of hype over the past few years. More and more people are realising South Africa’s potential for all kinds of tourism, particularly in Cape Town — a place often quoted

Detroit, Revitalised

Detroit, the most populous city in the state of Michigan, United States, earned itself a bad reputation in the last century. While its automobile manufacturing sector boomed, Detroit became a hotbed of racial tension and discrimination, before

Peru: More than Machu Picchu

When you think of Peru, what’s the first image that pops into your head? Chances are, it’s Machu Picchu — the famous ruins of a long-gone Incan civilisation. While this staggering testament to human ingenuity and endurance

Oslo for the Budget-Conscious

Typically, the words “Norway” and “budget” don’t belong in the same sentence — unless that sentence is, “Never to go Norway if you’re on a tight budget. Ever. Never ever.” And it’s true — Norway and Oslo,