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Scuba diving’s one sport where your guide matters just as much as your destination in determining whether you have a great time, safe dives and achieve your goals – whether it’s to see a specific marine animal, getting that shot that you’ve always wanted to, or simply getting the most out of your dives.  ...
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I’ve just come back from an amazing vacation to Taiwan, while I was there, I took some time off to suss out some of the best activities that can be done in this mountainous country. If you’ve been to Taiwan, I’m pretty sure you already know that the island of Taiwan is basically split into 4...
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1. Check if the reviews of the chef of the boat is good! 5 meals a day for a whole week. Imagine if the food wasn’t good… Picture by Rick Yang   2. Try to choose local guides, as they’ve dived their lives in the area, they would be more familiar with the tides and...
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Koh Tao is commonly known amongst the Ang Mohs coming to Asia as the diving mecca. After all, it’s one of the top 3 dive destinations that certifies the most number of PADI divers in the world! Second only to Cairns, Australia! With more than 50 dive schools on this small little island close to...
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Hammerheads are fascinating sharks – undeniably queer looking, there’s no questioning how their names came about. But did you know that not all hammerheads have, well “hammer” heads? The bonnethead shark, is belongs to the hammerhead family, but lacks the signature rectangular head – it sports a spade-like head that’s similarly packed with sensory receptors...
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DIVER SAIL OFF INTO THE SUNSET IN THE MALDIVES Pamper yourselves by choosing a luxury liveaboard that’ll bring you to all the best places in the Maldives without sacrificing comfort (oh no way!) with ScubaSpa! We’re almost hesitant to share this liveaboard with you. Both divers and non-divers alike will love this – how can...
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Those of us in Singapore think that we are familiar with the Far East. How far? Nope not the shopping centre. Further. Beyond Changi. Yes, further. Familiar eh? That was what I thought first as well, I mean the Wild in Wild Trips was probably only mildly Wild. And also because the salesperson of Wild...
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How to Go from Never Having Climbed a Mountain to Tackling Everest Base Camp in a Year Climbing a mountain might seem difficult and somewhat “best left to the professionals”, but with a bit of training, it’s really doable. And addictive! The crux though, is how enjoy the trek to the fullest. You could jump right...
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So you’re trudging up the trail. Your breathing is hurried, your heart is thumping against your chest bones, and your muscles are screaming for you to stop. But you chant the familiar phrase in your head, “Mind over body. Mind over the body…” The athlete in you says calm down, breathe, and push on. You...
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1. THE MOST DIFFICULT PART COULD BE THE DESCEND You’ve probably heard that climbing to Mt Rinjani’s summit is like taking a step forward, and two steps back due to a lethal combination of steep terrain and loose volcanic soil. But you probably don’t hear people talk about descending. Because hey! The whole trip’s about...
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