Johor isn’t only about shopping malls – there are excellent outdoors activities and National Parks – if you know where to look.Read More
Tanjung Piai National Park is a small area of protected mangrove forest in Johor, Malaysia, known as the most southerly point in mainland Asia.
Swim in a beautiful underground lake and explore narrow, dark tunnels in Gua Rangko and Batu Cermin – two caves near Labuan Bajo, Flores, Indonesia.
MacRitchie Reservoir Park, Sinagpore has hikes ranging from 2.5km to 13km, through jungle and around a reservoir, with a good chance of seeing wildlife.
Despite constant development and redevelopment in fast paced Hong Kong, World War 2 ruins still exist in areas like Mount Davis.
Pinewood Battery is one of several World War 2 era ruins that can still be found on Hong Kong Island, with insights into the Japanese invasion of 1941.
The Wong Nei Chung Gap was a key defensive position in the Battle of Hong Kong and saw fierce fighting. Ruins of British positions can still be found today.
The short but fierce fighting during the Battle of Hong Kong cost many Allied soldiers their lives. Their sacrifice is commemorated in Sai Wan War Cemetery.
Ala Archa National Park offers great day hiking with spectacular alpine views over rivers, meadows, and snow capped mountains – within an hour of Bishkek.
Pulau Kukup National Park is a small island off Malaysia’s west coast, with recently refurbished boardwalks through mangrove forests and observation towers with great views. Kukup is home to wildlife including long tailed macaques, monkeys, herons, and crabs.