• What to do in Penang in 3 days: The ultimate Penang itinerary

    Packed with incredible food and interactive street art, Penang features influences from across the world. Both the food and the architecture are the love-child of Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and Western influences. From the moment I landed, I fell in love with the historic streets, intricate temples and world-famous dishes. If you’re wondering what to do in Penang in 3 days,…
    Penang, Malaysia
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    How to see Oslo on a budget: 5 days of skiing and sightseeing …

    Notorious for being one of the most expensive cities in the world, Oslo has a rich mix of history, stunning architecture, great food, and a host of ridiculously fun activities. Despite its appeal, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard someone dismiss a holiday to Oslo because they deemed it “too expensive”. And it can be, I can’t…
    Oslo, Norway
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    8 unique hotels that belong on your ultimate Europe travel bucket list!

    I’m all for filling my ultimate Europe bucket list with awesome experiences or ridiculously Instagram-worthy places, but sometimes you stumble across a hotel that’s so unique and stunning that it becomes an entire destination in itself. From sleeping in the treetops to visiting an entire hotel made out of ice, there are some unexpected or once-in-a-lifetime experiences that I don’t…
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    An Instagram Travel Guide to NYC: 25 places you HAVE to visit for …

    Having been obsessed with American tv shows growing up, I’ve always loved New York City. A cultural wonderland, it’s filled with stunning architecture, fantastic restaurants and beautiful stores. It has a buzzing city life and this amazing atmosphere – one unrivalled by most places I’ve visited! Everywhere you look, you’ll find somewhere to take a gorgeous photo. My NYC-flooded Instagram…
    New York, USA
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    A Guide to the Great Barrier Reef: Is It Worth It?

    During my second year of uni, I spent six months studying abroad in Sydney (if you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll know I mention this at every opportunity). I didn’t have a lot of time to travel which, as you can imagine, killed me, but I made the most of every chance. The top experience on my bucket…
    Great Barrier Reef, Australia
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