City Guides

We have both travelled for business for the last 15 odd years. And have been fortunate enough to see quite a lot of cities – across Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania and the US. Some of these city guides are based on our experiences of that travel.

But now we are travelling full time and so we’ve also supplemented that business travel experience with the latest sights and sounds of our world trip… so if you want to know where to go, what to do, the best things to eat and where to stay, check out some of our posts.

Things to do in Port Dickson | A Port Dickson itinerary for 2021

Things to do in Port Dickson | A Port Dickson itinerary for 2021

From world-class resorts shaped like a dazzling hibiscus flower to undiscovered beaches, mystical temples and even an ostrich farm, Port Dickson is a town …
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Penang Street Art Map | Exploring the art of George Town (2021 Guide)

Penang Street Art Map | Exploring the art of George Town (2021 Guide)

It’s been called the street art epicentre of Asia and, for good reason. Around almost every corner in the lanes of Penang you’…
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2 days in Kuala Lumpur Itinerary | A guide to Malaysia’s capital

2 days in Kuala Lumpur Itinerary | A guide to Malaysia’s capital

One of the most vibrant cities in Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur or as it is lovingly known, KL, is a fascinating place to spend …
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1 Day in Auckland Itinerary | How to spend 24 hours in Auckland

1 Day in Auckland Itinerary | How to spend 24 hours in Auckland

The most famous city in New Zealand, and by far its largest, Auckland is a fascinating place to visit. Situated between the Hauraki Gulf …
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Ipoh Street Art | A walking guide including map

Ipoh Street Art | A walking guide including map

Move over Penang, Malaysia has a new street art darling. Yup, Ipoh, the former capital of Malaysia has a burgeoning street art scene that …
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The ideal Rotorua itinerary | What do do in 2 days in Rotorua itinerary

The ideal Rotorua itinerary | What do do in 2 days in Rotorua itinerary

Geysers bursting from the ground below. Mud pools bubbling like witches cauldrons. Maori culture, rainbow trout, endangered kiwis, treetop walkways and so much more. …
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