Hi, I’m Aaron. Grew up in sunny Singapore before discovering the joy of traveling, exploring unfamiliar places and being within nature. I still hold my day job but try to do a couple of trips a year. I hope to share some of these amazing destinations so that you can enjoy them, be it in person or through the posts, and that’s what this blog is about.



Follow me as I hike and camp around the world! From the Arctic circle to desert valleys and beyond.


Dedicated to this sunny island I call home. There’s more to Singapore than the glitzy skylines and fancy gardens, read on to find out more!

Singapore to Europe Overland

My longest trip yet, spanning 50 days from Singapore to Moscow. That’s done but I suspect there’ll be part 2.

Popular Posts

All you need to know to hike the Kungsleden

Over a hundred kilometre through the Swedish wilderness, above the Arctic Circle.

How to Spend 2 days in Petra

Exploring the ancient city and uncovering its secrets.

Wadi Rum – Desert Camping

Scenes from Mars and nights under stars, with a hint of the Bedouin.

Tarfala: Hiking to the magical glacial valley

Spend a night next to a small lake surrounded by glaciers and mountains.

Wadi Dana/ Dana Biosphere Reserve – 2 hikes without a guide

A walk through a desert valley unlike any other.

Latest Posts

[Malaysia] Jungle Line Adventures – Perhentian Islands

Among the countless island getaways available in this region, the Perhentian Islands is probably offers among the best mix of accessibility, affordability and beauty. Great snorkelling, beaches, some hiking, and lots of great vibes. Just load up on sunscreen, a good amount of cash, and you’ll be in for a good time. Perhentian Islands is not directly on the Jungle…

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[Malaysia] Jungle Line Adventures – Kota Bharu

Been caught up with too many commitments, here’s another post a year late. This was a trip I took on a short career break in 2023, traversing the nostalgia-inducing Jungle Railway in Malaysia. On this trip I made 3 stops towards the northern end of the line – Kota Bharu, Perhentian Islands (not directly on the line) and Dabong. I…

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[Australia] Tasmania Road Trip Part 5 – Bruny Island

4 days in Bruny Island, the last stretch of our 3 week campervan lap around Tasmania. This was my second time to Bruny Island but the first time staying on the island. We made the most of our last days in the campervan by camping out at unpowered campsites for the next 3 nights and heading to some of the…

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Horseshoe Falls, Tasmania.

[Australia] Tasmania Road Trip Part 4 – West to South

The next leg of our 3 week campervan trip around Tasmania in December 2022, a little deeper into the slightly less popular regions from the west to the south. We made stops at Zeehan, Queenstown, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Mount Field National Park, New Norfolk, Franklin, Geeveston, Hastings Caves State Reserve and a couple other places along the way….

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Cradle Mountain.

[Australia] Tasmania Road Trip Part 3 – Cradle Mountain

Yet another highlight of Tasmania, Cradle Mountain! We spent 3 days around Cradle Mountain exploring the easier trails and learning more about wildlife. I’ve put together our itinerary and other useful information for planning a visit to Cradle Mountain in this post. Hope you’ll get the chance to visit this beautiful place too! From sea to summit. We couldn’t have…

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[Australia] Tasmania Road Trip Part 2 – North East/ North

Second part of our Tasmania campervan trip, leaving the East Coast and heading inland towards the verdant valleys in the North East/ North of Tasmania, before reaching for the coast again, this time along the Bass Strait. Tasmania North East/ North Road Trip Itinerary Overview After the many coastal wonders along the East Coast, our northern stretch was a change…

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