11 kick ass caves you should add to your bucket list

Barton Creek Cave, Belize This cave, easily accessible by tour from San Ignacio, is a great day trip for those who like to mix history with adventure. You'll canoe into darkness while your guide points out pottery shards and human remains from the Mayans who used to inhabit the area. Batu Caves, Malaysia These huge... Continue Reading →

Living the dream in Langkawi

Getting there and where to stay While in Penang we were offered an easy option for getting to Langkawi for RM60, but we decided to do it ourselves and use public transport. It might not be quicker or easier, but it's always cheaper and makes for a much better story. We took a free ferry... Continue Reading →

Temples and tea in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur Most people start in the capital of Kuala Lumpur. It's one of the most convenient places to fly in and out of when visiting South East Asia. From here you can catch a bus to almost anywhere in the country, you can even easily head north to Thailand or south to Singapore. I... Continue Reading →

Dinosaur hunting on Pulau Tioman

This small island off the coast of peninsular Malaysia was our first stop because I read that beer was cheaper than water there. This is (or was) most definitely true, you can take a stroll down to the tiny airport and buy yourself a lot of beer and alcohol for very little cash. You can... Continue Reading →

Visa Requirements for South East Asia

Let me give you one very important piece of advice. Always look into the visa situation before you travel to a new country, whether it's in the same region or on a whole new continent. Visa regulations vary from country to country and change depending on how long you want to stay and what you'll... Continue Reading →

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