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5 facts that’ll have you boarding Japan’s bullet train in a hurry

There is no doubt that Japan's Shinkansen bullet trains have become a cult hit amongst die hard railway buffs, in fact, they’re almost universally known and you don’t have to be a railway fan to appreciate the allure of these world-leading rail networks. Check out these five fast and fascinating facts that will have you wanting to catch the next bullet train.
Hiroshima Castle by Mirza Ariadi

Hiroshima - From devastation to determination

It can be difficult to think of this Japanese city and not recall that devasting day in August 1945, but the people of Hiroshima are determined to make their home a place of ‘peace and creativity’. And this is exactly what their ‘Hiroshima 2045’ future city plans have been developed towards.
Mt Fuji by Dennis Bunnik

Fast Fuji Facts

Easily one of Japan’s biggest drawcards, the gorgeous Mount Fuji is a significant symbol of the country. Standing at a staggering 3,776 metres, it’s the tallest mountain in Japan, and is an active volcano sitting on an intersection of tectonic activity! Let’s delve into some fast Fuji facts!
Baphuon Temple, Cambodia by Priscilla Aster

Discover the wonders of Asia!

As the continent with the largest land mass, it is no wonder Asia has so much to see and experience. From the bustling city centres to the tranquil fields of rice and tea plantations, the countries of Asia offer a myriad of cultural influences, just waiting to be explored. And travelling with a small group of up to just 20 travellers ensures you don’t miss a thing!
Bunnik Tours Guide, Priya at Negombo's fish markets by Dennis Bunnik

Sri Lanka: a welcoming and diverse country

In recent years Sri Lanka has been discovered by the world and transformed from an up-and-coming tourist destination to a destination on everyone’s list and it’s not hard to understand why.
Sumo Wrestlers, Japan by Bob Fisher, Unsplash

Sumo Wrestling: A national sport born from ancient traditions

When we think of sumo wrestling our minds take us to large Japanese men in a ring wrestling until someone hits the ground. But it is so much more than this. Read on as we uncover the history, the traditions, and the sumo lifestyle.
Photo credit: Global Wellness Institute

Travel with Confidence through Embracing Fitness, Food & Life

So, you’ve just booked your next holiday adventure and your travel countdown has begun. We bet you’re already imagining all those incredible sights, the stunning landscapes, ancient ruins and vibrant cities.
Cambodia by Dennis Bunnik

Fast facts - Cambodia

Nestled between Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam in Southeast Asia, the small country of Cambodia packs a punch. From the UNESCO World Heritage listed Angkor Wat, to the friendly and proud locals, and the delicious cuisine, get to know Cambodia a little more with these fast facts.
Phnom Penh by Dennis Bunnik

24 Hours in Phnom Penh

Cambodia’s capital is a captivating mix of bustling streets, traditional architecture, European influence, Buddhist culture and so much more. The meeting point for the Mekong, Tonlé Sap and Bassac Rivers, Phnom Penh was once regarded the Pearl of Asia before it was tainted by war and hardship. Today, the city continues to evolve offering visitors a hip café and restaurant scene, incredible history, and warm hospitality. The city is also the gateway to some of Cambodia’s most poignant landmarks and sights.