One of the great pleasures of modern Australia is the multicultural variety that has produced its enviable lifestyle, culture, and cuisine. Take the time to explore Melbourne’s diverse ethnic neighbourhoods and your appetite will be very well rewarded.
The Archipelago Journal Lake Toba
Toba is the largest volcanic lake in the world, situated in the midst of the Sumatran wilderness. From colonial times to the present day, it has been a popular destination for tourists. But the Toba region is more than just a lake – it is also rich in culture.
As the human race moves faster, reaches higher, pushes harder, records are always being broken. And the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics will undoubtedly see countless records fall as
Three Days Away in Melbourne
Start your first day in Melbourne from 19th century Flinders Street Station,then walk to Federation Square to explore the ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image) and Australian art at the Ian Potter Centre. Grab some delicacies at Queen Victoria Market
Historically known as the Spice Islands, Maluku is now just as renowned for producing some of Indonesia’s biggest singing talents. Valentino Luis explores the musical legacy, natural beauty, and centuries-old sites in capital Ambon and surrounds.
Mauritius :Rainbow Nation
When opposites meet, often there is a magical, alchemic reaction. And where Mauritius meets the sea where the volcanic island touches the shimmering aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean there is a miraculous seam of palm-fringed beaches.
Set in the picturesque highlands of West Sumatra, Bukittinggi is a small, welcoming city flanked by a tranquil green valley. Fatris MF of Colours delves into its serenity.
Barcelona is one of the most vital and cosmopolitan cities in Europe. Ancient and modern architecture, from gothic to contemporary through modernism, blends together in an urban landscape that never ceases to amaze even those who have been living there for a long time.
Seeking paradise in Manokwari
Fringed by alluring beaches, Manokwari in West Papua is the gateway to mist-clad highland forests filled with the singing and dancing of birds of paradise. Fatris MF of Colours explores its natural wonders – and the area’s spiritual significance.