Malaysian Borneo: Sarawak in 5 Photos

After enjoying travels in Sabah and Labuan, in Malaysian Borneo earlier in the year, I just had to go back and explore the state of Sarawak. So I made my way back to Malaysia from Indonesia for more Bornean adventures! Interestingly when you travel to Borneo from West Malaysia and in between the Bornean states…

Indonesia: Java in 5 Photos

My 5 month journey through South East Asia moved on from the Philippines to Indonesia, a vast chain of islands with a Dutch colonial past, along with muslim and catholic cultural influences, amongst others, it has a lot to offer. Throw in amazing volcanic scenery, unique wildlife and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and you have…

Brunei in 5 Photos

Whilst in Malaysian Borneo (Sabah and Labuan) during my 5 month journey through South East Asia, I could not miss visiting the oil rich Sultanate of Brunei. This small country, wedged between the Malaysian states of Sabah and Serawak is an interesting and unique place to visit. So off I headed from Labuan island by…

Malaysian Borneo: Sabah & Labuan in 5 Photos

Of my 7 weeks in Malaysia during my recent South East Asian journey, a month of that was spent in the Malaysian Borneo, travelling in the states of stunning Sabah, the Federal Territory of Labuan (a tax-free island between Sabah and Brunei) and beautiful Sarawak. I enjoyed travelling in Sabah so much, I just had…

West Malaysia in 5 (and a bit) Photos

After leaving Yangon in Myanmar, I headed to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Over my 5 month South East Asia journey, I ended up going to Malaysia twice and spending about 7 weeks in this beautiful country, roaming from West Malaysia to wild Borneo and back again! With friendly people, a diverse culture (Muslim,…

Myanmar in 6 Photos

Continuing on from Singapore, my 5 month journey around South East Asia next went to Myanmar, a country often shrouded in controversy and mystery. Politics aside, it’s a beautiful place with friendly people who are pleased to see you (expect lots of requests to be in photos and selfie’s!) and always make you feel welcome….