15 Vegan Dishes that Blew My Mind in 2018

Although January is midway and many have almost half-completed Veganuary, I’ve only started reflecting on 2018. With many people reminiscing over life achievements and personal goals, I’ve reflected on… FOOD. Continue reading

Why I Keep Returning to Bali

I’ve written here before about Bali and its delicious food, so it’s no surprise that I still love visiting this beautiful Indonesian island. Continue reading

3 Places in Macau to Bring Your Omni Friends

Macau is a fascinating place to visit. With its Portuguese colonial buildings, Macanese cuisine, and flashy casinos, there’s so much to experience. Continue reading

The Vegan Scene in Thunder Bay

Many people have never heard of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Situated in the north-west of the province on Lake Superior, the city is beautiful, isolated, and usually a transit point for people travelling elsewhere. Continue reading

The Incredible Importance of the Bornean Rainforest

Growing up in rural Canada, I was always surrounded by forest. From a young age, I learned how to protect myself from wild animals, identify edible plants, deconstruct bear poop, and navigate in the wild. Continue reading

A Vegan Guide to Snacks & Street Food in Hong Kong

When I first moved to Hong Kong, I was excited to try all the street food that I heard was famous here. To my dismay, I soon discovered that most of the snacks grossed me out (intestines, anyone?) and definitely weren’t vegan! Continue reading

The Best Vegan Restaurants in Sri Thanu

Most people go to Thailand for the beaches, the yoga, the palm trees, and the parties. But have you ever thought about going for a food holiday? Continue reading

Brunei: A Hidden Gem

While I was visiting Borneo this summer, I stumbled upon Brunei Darussalam – a tiny country that I’d never heard of before. After doing some research, I became super excited about this place. Continue reading

Vegan Ramen Guide to Tokyo

We welcome our first guest blogger, Tim Tim, who researched and ate more ramen in a 7 day period than is physically possible, just to write this post. Thanks for sharing your delicious experience and giving us major food envy! 

breakI had too much vegan ramen and too little sleep during my one-week trip to Tokyo last month. With some help from my friends, I was still unable to taste as much as I planned! This just goes to show how vegan-friendly Tokyo is. Continue reading

Orangutans and the Problem with Palm Oil

Have you ever seen an orangutan before (and not in a zoo)? Not just ordinary monkeys, orangutans share almost 97% of their DNA with people. The only places in the world where you can find wild orangutans are in Sumatra, Indonesia and Borneo, which is an island shared by Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei. Continue reading

A Taste of Taipei

Although I live only a short flight away from Taipei, Taiwan, I never actually visited it until recently. I was told by many of my friends that Taipei was a vegan paradise. And they were right! Continue reading

A Birthday Getaway in Singapore

Singapore is a place that I heard about before, but wasn’t overly inspired to visit. Living in Hong Kong, many people compare it to Singapore because they’re both finance centres, both “multicultural”, and both located in Asia. Continue reading

Cooking for a Cause in Vietnam

A lot of people say that Vietnamese food, which can be very meat-heavy, is difficult to veganize. I say that they obviously haven’t visited Karma Waters, which is a charitable organization and group of restaurants in Vietnam, that make mouth-watering vegan food but also help the needy. Continue reading

A Vegan Traveller in Bali

Check out Kayla’s experience at the world’s first vegan cinema by reading her article published on The Vegan Society blog 🙂

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Accidentally Vegan Foods in Italy

Last summer, I had the opportunity to visit Italy. I had been there before, but it was long time ago, and before I was vegan. This time, I visited Rome again but also had the chance to properly visit Sicily. The weather was hot, the landscapes were stunning, and the food was delicious! Continue reading