Gastronomers delight in dining out in Manila because the city offers a smorgasbord of international cuisines and street food. Here are some popular Filipino foods that you should look out for when you visit Manila.
Balinese dance routines are an ancient tradition that represent religious and artistic expression amongst the Balinese people.
This guest post was written by Stephanie Long Warm, white sand feels as fine as dust as it runs through my fingers. Palm trees wave in the wind further along the deserted beach, and the clear blue ocean stretches off unbroken to the horizon. The motorcycle is parked far behind us in Calitang village, and […]
This guest post was written by Stephanie Long. From the top of the hill, Mai Chao looks like the Vietnam I’ve always imagined: rice paddies and small huts, nestled in a valley in the midst of sharp mountains. After a chaotic week in Hanoi, I was craving a trip to rural Vietnam. Too short on […]
The Kota Kinabalu City Mosque should be on your list of things to do in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. It’s a stunning example of Islamic modern architecture.
Travel Philippines: MSW Guest Writer Pie Rivera writes about her favorite places to travel to in her home country, The Philippines. Pie encourages us to travel to the Philippines and explains what lumzivim are. Read on to learn more about this incredible country in Southeast Asia.
The Lunar New Year is the most important festival in the Chinese Lunar Calendar, luring thousands of friends and families to participate in games and watch Lion and Dragon dances, martial arts demonstrations and other fun events. We witnessed no less than three lion dances in various areas throughout the Lunar New Year in Kota Kinabalu.
This guest post, written by Stephanie Long, gives an inside look into the art of ceramic making in Vietnam’s Bat Trang village.
Today’s guest photo essay and article on Samal Island in the Philippines is by Josh Aggars.
Today’s guest post from Jayson Bagio is about street food in the Philippines, featuring delicacies such as kwek-kwek and balut.