Archive for June, 2010

8 Great Malaysian Adventures

June 28, 2010  

8 Great Malaysian Adventures

The South East Asian country of Malaysia is a mix of two halves, separated by the South China Sea. The peninsula boasts the modern city of Kuala Lumpur, with its sprawling suburbs and adjacent towns, while the Borneo is renowned for their breathtaking, untamed landscapes, wildlife, spectacular diving sites and diverse cultural heritage. From timeless tropical rain-forest and national parks to rugged mountain terrains, there is much to explore and experience in this melting... [Read more of this review]

Honeymoon in Paradise

June 25, 2010  

Honeymoon in Paradise

Bali, the Island of Gods, is the perfect place to spend a romantic weekend getaway with that special someone. Rekindle your romance in any of these private luxury villas featuring all the comforts and conveniences of home, with the added privilege of personalized service and various luxurious indulgences. For more information or booking inquiries, call us at +62 21 3221 9988 or email us at info@unearthingasia.com. Alternatively, you can also fill out the booking form... [Read more of this review]

Raja Ampat, Diving’s Holy Grail

June 23, 2010  

Raja Ampat, Diving’s Holy Grail

Deep in the hearts of Papua, lies the Holy Grail of scuba diving. Back in our very first issue of the magazine we shared about the eco-conservation efforts being undertaken in Raja Ampat to ensure this paradise would last as long as it can. Here we’d like to showcase the amazing photography of Scotty Graham, which was featured then in our print magazine. Enjoy this photographic journey through Raja Ampat’s marine beauty! Raja Ampat, scuba diving's Holy Grail Eco-resorts... [Read more of this review]

Richard Kevin, Actor, Entrepreneur

June 23, 2010  

Richard Kevin, Actor, Entrepreneur

Left - Kevin Richard. Right - Komodo Dragon, photo credit - Bionic Teaching. Tell us about yourself. What do you do? What is your passion? My name is Richard Kevin, an actor and entrepreneur. I love my family, my job and my company (ICON Group) more than anything! This three are my passion in life and the things that keep me alive. How often do you travel? What was your most memorable travel experience? I love traveling so much, but I can only travel at least once... [Read more of this review]

Diving in the 3 Pearls

June 21, 2010  

Diving in the 3 Pearls

Indonesia is the widest archipelago in the world, with more than 80,000 km of coastline and 3.1 million square km of marine area. With such a large marine area, it’s no wonder Indonesia is often described as a diver’s paradise. There are plenty of attractions for all kinds of marine lovers, but this time around, we will focus our attention on three small gleaming pearls – North Sulawesi’s Gangga Island, Bali’s Candidasa, and Lombok’s Gili Trawangan. Photo... [Read more of this review]

Historic Duolun Road, Shanghai

June 18, 2010  

Historic Duolun Road, Shanghai

If places like Taikang Lu and Xintiandi are a contemporary and historical melting pot of Shanghai-ness, then Duolun Road is its timeline. When 50 Moganshan was still nothing more than a textile factory, some of the most radical and freethinking writers of their time were chilling out on Duolun Rd. It started with Lu Xun, China’s most celebrated literary son, who moved in to the area in the 1930s. Others, like Guo Moruo, Mao Dun and Ding Ling followed. Before long,... [Read more of this review]

50 Moganshan, Shanghai’s Art District

June 17, 2010  

50 Moganshan, Shanghai’s Art District

Less than 10 years old, 50 Moganshan Road, or M50 as it’s often referred to, is nothing if not modern. An old warehouse district from the 1930s, the buildings at 50 Moganshan Rd. once housed factories that made silk and calico. Up until 2000, when Shanghai art legend Xue Song moved his workroom into one of the restored spaces there, 50 Moganshan was essentially dead. Shanghai’s Art District Now, looking toward its 10-year anniversary, 50 Moganshan is the hottest... [Read more of this review]

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