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Mustang, Dolpo, Kanchenjunga… sound familiar? Probably not. These are treks that you might not have heard before and are typically off the radar for first timers to Nepal. If you have been to Nepal and were struck by its charm (scenery, food, people simplicity of life on the trails), it’s highly likely you’re craving for more....
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Located in Cebu, Moalboal has plenty to offer. Cebu is less than 4 hours away from Singapore and is ideal for a short getaway trip. The small beach town is very laid back with a thriving marine life underwater, making it a popular destination amongst divers around the world. Situated within close proximity to other...
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It is hard to imagine how we can get ourselves ready for trekking trips in the mountains on our flat little island. If you didn’t know this, we have produced several Everest summiteers and many other experienced climbers and trekkers. So if there’s a will, there’s a way. From experience, you can never get your...
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1. You Might Fall in Love With Dal Bhat There’s quite a variety of food available in the teahouses in Nepal, which includes fried rice/noodles, instant noodles soup, momos (Tibetan dumplings), and even steak and fries. However, the main delicacy for the locals is Dal Bhat. Dal is a soup made from lentils and/or other...
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Heard about all the good things from your friends who have been to Nepal of how beautiful it is (or seen all those stunning photos on Instagram? Thinking about seeing the Himalayas for yourself but unsure of what will be a good trek to fit your needs? Here are the top 5 treks in Nepal –...
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A Heli-Hike Tour is a MUST DO When You Visit the South Island The West Coast Glaciers of Franz Josef (FJ) and Fox are New Zealand icons and a trip to the South Island is not complete without visiting at least one of them. They are a seeming paradox – rivers of ice that descends...
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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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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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