Walking the Wilds

Sarah Marquis tells Asian Geographic about her expeditions walking around the world – solo

Leaving More Than Footprints

Working with Pathein University and the Myanmar Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry, Worldview International Foundation (www.wif.care) was asked to restore acres of barren forest, and by the end of 2015 they had rescued and planted no fewer than 2.5 million trees. The site was completely transformed, and it is now known as the Thor Heyerdahl Climate Park.

A Pilgrim’s Progress

Follow five of Asia’s most majestic pilgrimages – from Japan’s snow country, to the mountainous vistas of Tibet and Sri Lanka, and trace religious passages through India and Turkey.

Into the Wild

The past 13 years have taken me on several journeys through many parts of India. These opportunities to experience the rich biodiversity of Nature on the subcontinent has led me to return again and again, begging for more.

Conquering Great Heights

In conjunction with International Women’s Day on 8 March this year, five brave women from Singapore’s Ace Adventure Expeditions went on a trekking adventure – and not just for a good challenge, but to raise funds for a good cause.

All for a Good Cause

It’s International Women’s Day on 8 March and Ace Adventure Expeditions will be sending two all-women’s team from Singapore to scale two of the world’s highest mountains, in an effort to help teenage girls in Singapore under the Project Pari.

The Big Durian

Every relationship with Jakarta is a love-hate one. Well, it is not called the “Big Durian” for nothing


“Huế Tinh Yeu Cua Toi” (“Huế My Love”) is one of the many songs written about the beautiful city of Huế. Visiting the city, you’re almost certain to hear one of the many Huế songs playing in coffee shops.