10 Must-Do Experiences on a Perth to Broome Road Trip

Perth to Broome Road Trip

One of the best road trips to complete in Australia is along the Western Australia coastline from Perth to Broome.  There are so many awesome experience that you can’t miss out on doing along the way, that this trip is best done by road, despite the long distances between some destinations.  Allow plenty of time … Read more

Palawan vs Maldives: Where Should I Visit?

palwan vs maldives

It’s no wonder that the Maldives is considered the ultimate tropical beach destination for romantic getaways. It is so enchantingly beautiful with its gorgeous white sands, aquamarine waters that are glowing in the night in some places and amazing sea life. There is magic everywhere and it is hard to find a place that can … Read more

Why I Still Want to Visit Iceland

Note: This post was created in collaboration with Guide to Iceland. One of the questions I’ve been asked by multiple people about my current travels around Europe, is why I’m not visiting Iceland. This isn’t surprising given that I said before leaving Australia for Europe that Iceland was one of the destinations I most wanted … Read more

5 Destinations to Visit Without Your Dog

While many places in the world are dog-friendly, unfortunately there’s a few destinations where it’s very difficult or downright impossible to visit them with a dog. Destinations where there’s a long quarantine to enter the country, or there’s even laws about bringing dogs full stop. But, some of these are still absolutely amazing destinations to … Read more

The Travelnuity Guide to Western Australia

Western Australia (or WA for short) is home to some of the most stunning scenery in Australia, not to mention some epic road trips. No matter if it’s crossing the Nullarbor (from South Australia), taking a quick jaunt to the Margaret River wine region, cruising up the coast to Broome or exploring the Kimberley region, … Read more

48 Hours in Sydney: The Ideal Itinerary

48 hours in Sydney

I see a lot of requests from people about what to do in Sydney when they visit for 2 or 3 days.  Additionally, people are also aware that Sydney is an expensive city (especially hotel prices), so they want to do it without spending too much money. Luckily Sydney has many beautiful sights to see … Read more

Malacca (Melaka) Street Art: Photo Essay

Malacca (Melaka) and George Town are two historic cities along Peninsular Malaysia that have been jointly World Heritage listed for their unique architectural and cultural townscape, the result of 500 years of trading and cultural exchanges between East and West. George Town is also rightly famous for its delightful street art, including stand out pieces by … Read more

The Ultimate Darwin Road Trip: Exploring Australia’s Top End

Darwin road trip

Australia’s Top End, the northernmost part of the Northern Territory including Darwin and Kakadu, is a world away from the cities along Australia’s southeastern seaboard. With its tropical monsoonal climate, vast wetlands and gorgeous waterfalls, not to mention man-eating crocodiles, it’s more similar in some ways to South East Asia. (And closer, especially to Indonesia; flights to Bali take … Read more

5 Places To Visit In India For Self-Realization

This is a guest post from Indian blogger Rohit Agarwal. India is a mystical realm of marvel and wonders. It is the abode of the Himalayas where sages meditated for centuries in the ancient times to attain salvation. In the modern times, century sounds like an exaggeration of a lifetime but everyone still needs to break monotony from … Read more

5 Reasons Queensland is Called the Sunshine State

Sunshine State

This week we have a guest post from Roxana Oliver, a fellow Australian who loves sunshine and our sunny state otherwise known as Queensland. You may think 300 days of sunshine a year, a tropical climate, 8hr to 9hr of sunshine a day and the average maximum and minimum temperatures of 25.3C and 15.7C are enough for Queensland to … Read more