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TRAVEL & FESTIVAL

The Celebrations of 4 New Years in Indonesia
9 months ago

The Celebrations of 4 New Years in Indonesia

New year is only few days away and people around the world are ready to welcome 2019, including Indonesia. Since the beginning of December, people started to decorate their …
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Huế – the forgotten gems
9 months ago

Huế – the forgotten gems

Hue first appeared in my mind through my dad’s out-of-tune singing songs about this city. After having bought a cassette player, Dad brought home a lot of tapes, …
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Mondulkiri Province – The Mother of Nature in Cambodia
9 months ago

Mondulkiri Province – The Mother of Nature in Cambodia

Among all provinces in Cambodia, Mondulkiri is the largest one which occupies the area of 14,288 square kilometers in the Southeast plateau. Bordering Ratanakiri to the north, Kratie to …
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Cambodian Water Festival
10 months ago

Cambodian Water Festival

Water Festival, beyond the meaning as Khmer thanksgiving ceremony, historically refers to the military training for battle. To protect the empire from enemies, Khmer King in an ancient …
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Urbanscapes: Malaysia’s longest running creative arts festival
10 months ago

Urbanscapes: Malaysia’s longest running creative arts festival

2018 marks the 16th edition to Malaysia’s longest running creative arts festival that garnered 73, 000 people from all parts of Malaysia. It kicked off on the 3rd …
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Car-Free Sunday Morning in KL
10 months ago

Car-Free Sunday Morning in KL

First introduced in 22nd September 2013, organised by Multigreen Events and supported by Kuala Lumpur City Hall, KL Car Free Morning is an attempt to …
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Ullen Sentalu: Where You Can Learn the History of Kraton Yogyakarta
10 months ago

Ullen Sentalu: Where You Can Learn the History of Kraton Yogyakarta

My trip to Ullen Sentalu was unexpected. My friends and I were just wandering around Yogyakarta and did not know where to visit anymore. We just came back …
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Khmer New Year Celebration

In an ancient time, Khmer New Year, also known as Bon Chol Chnam Thmei in Khmer language, was celebrated in either November or the beginning of December. Owing to the …
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Johor Bahru: What It Has to Offer

Johor is a Malaysian state in the south of the Malay Peninsula. Johor Bahru, formerly known as Tanjung Puteri or Iskandar Puteri is the capital of the …
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Trung Thu 2018: The Return of Old Things

While China, Malaysia and Singapore’s mid-autumn festivals, and even South Korea’s Chuseok festival, place more emphasis on familial celebrations and giving thanks for a bountiful harvest, in Vietnam, Trung Thu (literal translation …
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