FAR EAST

Spending 6 months living and studying in Western Australia, Perth as part of my Media Arts degree during university was a once in a lifetime experience where I encountered beautiful places such as wandering through the quaint and cultured town of Fremantle, cycling around the idyllic island playground of Rottnest Island, hiking through a less known national park called Kalamunda, sailing down Swan River, to even kangaroo stalking in Heirisson Island. 

Visiting Sydney during my study break was like home away from home - a lively social life with sightseeing, shopping, joining entertainment activities and enjoying a diverse spread of food culture here. There is an abundance of breathtaking landscapes in Sydney that you should explore and enjoy, namely The Sydney Habour, Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Tower, The Royal Botanic Garden, and much more.

Another study break saw a backpacking trip to Indonesia, Bali where I spent a few nights around the lanes of Poppies 1&2 in Kuta which was such a buzz, walking traffic, bikes and the odd car or two or three during the day, then it comes alive at night when everyone heads out for a cheap chicken mie goreng meal. Onwards to artsy Ubud I found myself at the sacred Monkey Forest and the stunning Tegallalang Rice Terrace. Heading south I stayed in the remote area of Uluwatu staying in a beautiful bamboo hut and visiting the Monkey Forest. 

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AUSTRALIA
COMING SOON!

AUSTRALIA

 

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INDONESIA COMING SOON!

INDONESIA 

 

THAILAND

THAILAND