Hiking in through the dramatic tea plantations of the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.

Malaysia is such a diverse country and one of the places that really illustrates that is the landscape of the Cameron Highlands. Whilst the rest of the country is baked in sun and sweating in the humid conditions, up here the temperature and climate is totally different. The landscape, wildlife and the lifestyle is unique

A guide to the bustling, diverse and fascinating Malaysian capital: Kuala Lumpur!

KL seems to be one of those love it or hate it places, some people told us of how they instantly fell it love with the intense mixture of culture, history, energy and food. Others proclaim it to be a boring city with little to offer but a concrete jungle of tall buildings and maze

A day in Bandar Seri Begawan: The capital of the tiny country of Brunei on Borneo

Of all the countries in South East Asia little old Brunei must be the least visited. Despite seeing far fewer tourists in Myanmar than in places like Thailand we didn’t even spot a single on in this oil rich Kingdom. It’s remote location on two small strips of land on Borneo, its awkward transport links

The amazing, creative and interactive street art of Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia.

Penang is known for its amazing street art, not just graffiti or tags which are a subject that causes much debate. But here there are lovingly created paintings that use their canvas as inspiration and embedding the amazingly crumbling texture of this historic island into the narrative of the works. Here they all tell a

23 reasons why you should visit MANCHESTER when you come to the UK (Our hometown we could not be more proud of!)

Manchester (we think) is better than London, but alas not that many people make it up this way. London, Edinburgh… even Liverpool with their Beatles stuff (I do love Liverpool)… but as with many countries there are lots of other places to see. Don’t even get me started on Leeds, Chester, York, Belfast and of course

Dirt biking along the black sand beaches of Bali, a different way to spend the day at the beach!

After our epic 7 week motorbike adventure through Vietnam a few months earlier we were keen to get back on some proper motorbikes after exploring Asia mostly on the more convenient and cheaper scooters! Heading over to Bali there is so much to keep you entertained, although, we’re really not ones to spend too long at

The paradise resort of Santan Gili Cottages on the tiny Indonesian island of Gili Trawangan!

The tranquil and tiny Gili islands are the ideal paradise getaway, walkable in an hour, no traffic other than push bikes and horses on the sandy roads. Beaches, palm trees, turquoise waters, rustic cottages and sipping from coconuts whilst relaxing on a hammock… you get the idea!! So when we finally headed to the largest

Where to see Melbourne’s Best Street Art: Australia’s most vibrant city!

Melbourne is one of the great street art cities of the world. Rather than fighting the graffiti artists, the city has recognised their artistic talent and has opened up many of the city’s laneways for these artists to express themselves through their graffiti art, while murals are commissioned on walls throughout the city. The great

Singapore on a budget: How to explore one of Asia’s most expensive cities on a backpacker budget!

Singapore is one of Asian’s most interesting countries, a bustling metropolis, so clean and well organised with so many western influences that create a real east meets west feel. Initially we were unsure how we would find the city, whether it would feel to clinical and be devoid of personality. But beyond the squeaky clean

Photo Essay: Gardens by the Bay, Singapore: Magical by night and day!

By far one of the most amazing, awe inspiring and simply magical sights of Singapore is also one of the most well known and even more impressively FREE! When across much of Asia is feels like you are made to pay for everything, including nature and public gardens it is refreshing to head to Singapore