Southeast Asia is a bustling region that has an eclectic mix of cultures and histories. The region’s urban landscapes are just as interesting as its natural attractions. The cities of this group of countries are modern but distinctly their own as well.
In what is known as the Central Luzon Plain, there is a landlocked province called Tarlac. Known for crops like sugar cane, and holding so much historical importance, it still somehow remains as one of the most underrated provinces in Luzon.
In the past years, hiking’s popularity has risen to greater heights. These days, spending as much time as one can in the mountains has become commonplace. Even most weekend warriors opt to leave the comforts of the city in exchange for a toiling albeit rewarding trek. The province of Rizal
Traveling is already something both men and women can do — together or not. There are several famous solo female backpackers known for going around places alone and being good at it. I have been traveling for more than two years, and I have traveled both with a company and
The Czech Republic is fast becoming a go-to destination whenever one visits Europe, whether it is for the first time or multiple visits after. There is something about this country that draws visitors in; it has an old world charm, with its architecture and historical landmarks, but it also has
When we look out the window and think about beautiful places, our minds tend to dash across continents and over seas that we tend to overlook what lies right in our front lawn. The search for wonder doesn’t necessarily need to take you far, far away. To me, the American
The video begins with a quote by Gustave Flaubert: “Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” And from there, it took me on an emotional virtual tour around Chile. There are countless of travel videos out there, but it is seldom that
Tokyo is one of those destinations I didn’t expect I would fall in love with. While I had a few courses on Japanese history and Japanese cinema back in college, there was never a point that I stopped and dreamt of going to Japan. But two years ago, when I