The Midnight Snack Attack: Taipei’s Unbeatable Night Markets

Some of Asia’s best attractions open up after everything else shuts down. In the Taiwanese capital of Taipei when the sun sets and the street lights buzz to life, things are just getting started for an impressive number of insomniac shoppers.

Kuala Lumpur: Why This Small Malaysian Capital is Your New Best Friend

Going to Malaysia wasn’t a priority when I first came to Asia, but I was sorely mistaken in my assumption. Kuala Lumpur, the capital, was a visit-by-circumstance that turned out to be far more than I had expected. Here’s why the city should be on your next Asian travel itinerary.

International House of Mystery: Why You Need to Hostel in Asia

Travel is an expensive hobby. For anyone considering a long-term trek across Asia, hosteling is almost a financial necessity. But for those who are on shorter journeys or are hotel-inclined, it’s time that you considered the alternative. You’re missing out on a lot.

The Night I Slept in a Tube: Japanese Capsule Hotels

The Japanese are known for efficiency. They pride themselves on it. So when it came to making a hotel as cheap and efficient, Japan found a way to make it surprisingly minimalistic. And shockingly homey. 

Nobody’s Seen This: Parts Unknown With Anthony Bourdain in Myanmar

When I first started traveling I quickly learned that it’s good to have a mentor. Someone to give you inspiration, who can push you a little further than you’d normally go, even if it’s someone you’ll never even meet. For me, that someone is Anthony Bourdain.

5 Lesser-Known Temples in Asia

For thousands of years the nations of Asia have been undertaking immensely stunning projects of architecture. Here are some of the lesser known, but remarkably breathtaking, temples of Asia.