Nusa Penida is the bigger, but somewhat unexplored island of the two but it certainly doesn’t disappoint. 30 minutes away from Sanur, the island has become one of the new main reasons to visit Bali. The famous photos of Kelingking Beach and Angel’s Billabong posted all over Instagram have meant a huge increase in tourism on Nusa Penida Island. Here’s a few of our favourite places and activities we did while we were on the island! Read More
About 30 minutes off the south of Bali lies three beautiful islands, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. There are less tourists, no cars and compared to Bali, there aren’t many motorbikes either. Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan are joined by a small, yellow suspension bridge, allowing only pedestrians and motorbikes across. This is our quick guide to Nusa Lembongan! Read More
Ubud was one of our favourite spots during our two-week trip to Bali. Compared to places in Bali like Denpasar, Ubud is more of what you call ‘authentic and traditional’ Bali. Yes, Ubud is becoming more touristy and westernised but some how; Ubud has managed to keep so many of the traditional roots. Ubud is known as the spiritual home of the island with iconic, stunning landscapes perfect for a relaxing getaway. Read More
About an hour away from Sihanoukville lies Cambodia’s paradise island, Koh Rong. Koh Rong is beautiful, peaceful and undeveloped, just like its smaller sister island. It is an unspoilt paradise of white sand beaches, turquoise water and rainforest. Apart from the main town, Koh Toch, Koh Rong remains nearly untouched and until recently, the island didn’t have 24-hour power and even now, the power still isn’t brilliant! You’ll struggle to find anywhere with air conditioning or hot water as well!
Home to the biggest religious monument in the world, Siem Reap has so much more to offer than what you first think. Despite being so developed for tourism, Siem Reap is a beautiful, quiet town with a great atmosphere throughout the day and night.