HOW TO EAT LIKE A LOCAL IN SONGKHLA, THAILAND – During our last visit to Samila Beach, Thailand, we went to lunch at Nakham Thai seafood restaurant. We came across a totally semi-outdoor space with vintage decor, filled with lots of light and very welcoming. The menu all… Continue Reading

Travel Like A Local at Chet Samian Old Traditional Market, Ratchaburi – Thailand – I have heard so much about the Chet Samian or Jed Samian or the ancient 119-year-old Chet Samian Traditional Market in Ratchaburi, but I’ve never been there before. It is about 100 kilometers away from Bangkok, and it… Continue Reading

A Lovely W’DANK Blogger Luncheon with The Travel Junkie – I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at Nutrifood W’Dank Blogger Luncheon – explore the warmth of Indonesia through exotic culinary with The Travel Junkie at the Plataran Dharmawangsa in South Jakarta, with the actual gathering. The… Continue Reading

Like A Local at Ameyoko Markets, Ueno, Tokyo – Japan – On the weekday, we went to visit Ameyoko Markets, Ueno – Tokyo. This maze of streets next to the railway tracks between Ueno and Okachimachi stations comprises two markets: the covered Ueno Centre Mall and open-air Ameyoko itself.

Travel Like A Local in Raja Ampat – I love traveling but I hate being a tourist. I traveled like a local in Waisai Island, Raja Ampat – Indonesia. When I’m traveling, I don’t want to hear anything but the sweet sound of the local language.… Continue Reading

Gulai Jengkol Recipe Ala The Travel Junkie – Gulai jariang or gulai jengkol (Archidendron pauciflorum gulai). My mother, have using this recipe for over 25 years. And, it’s a damn good one. I absolutely love Indonesian food. Gulai is a type of food containing rich, spicy… Continue Reading

Because We Are @Tenoon_Ethnic – Do you have any traditional textiles and clueless what to do with it? Send it to us! We’ll turn it into strong, beautiful bags. Ready to follow your adventure. Because we are Tenoon Project : bag lover, Indonesian… Continue Reading

Top 10 Indigenous in Western Australia – Today, the Indigenous cultures of WA provide a continuous and living link with ancient knowledge and the land, passed on through song, dance, visual arts, the reading of the seasons and ceremony. There are more than 250 Indigenous… Continue Reading

Top 10 Sustainable Travel Tips – Sustainable travel is about respect and care for local environment, culture and economy. A responsible way to travel is to conserve those natural resources that we all use, including air, water, and land, which can also support local… Continue Reading