Caves Feature Malaysia Sarawak

Clearwater Cave: Asia’s Longest Cave System

Coming from Cave of the Winds, we had very short boat ride to our last cave visit – the Clearwater Cave. On the boat ride to the cave, I noticed the plank walk hanging by the rock walls leading to the cave. It looks fragile but walkable. I’m sure it would be fun to take that trail if we had more time. The boat was faster as we arrived soon at the scenic picnic area before clearwater cave. The colorful longboats gather by the riverbanks as the boatmen await each of their guests. We’re excited to explore Asia’s longest cave system but not before having our lunch first.

General Travel

Going Off-beat in the Middle East

It’s not often that you’d find a Pinoy traveler headed for the Middle East for purposes other than work.  But coming from Southeast going towards where the sun rises over dramatic desert landscapes and modern iterations of ancient cities can be one heck of an adventure. And it doesn’t have to be prohibitively expensive either, if you get your flight tickets to fly via GulfAir using the Tajawal website. After all, priceless adventure trips needn’t be expensive.

Caves Feature Malaysia Sarawak Travel

Upriver to the Cave of the Winds

Our adventure in Sarawak continues. In our first day in Gunung Mulu National Park, we were able to visit two of the four show caves in the park. The massive Deer Cave and the small yet impressive jellyfish-like rock formations at Lang Cave. This time we rode a boat at Melinau river to reach our first cave for the day, Cave of the Winds. But before that, we took a quick side-trip at a Penan Settlement to get a glimpse of the life of an endangered ethnic tribe.


What Is the Safest Method of Travel?

If you’re thinking about taking a vacation alone or with family once it becomes safe to travel again, then you’ll want to know what method of travel gives you the greatest chance of getting there in one piece. 

Travel is something that millions of people participate in every year, some doing it for business while others do it for pleasure. Travelers share the need to move long distances, but how they do this is not always the same.

You can travel in one of four main ways. This includes driving, taking the train, riding a boat or vessel, and flying. These travel options vary in their speed, cost, convenience, and safety level.

Driving may seem like a cheap choice, but there are 7 million car accidents in the U.S. annually. Is it worth taking this risk just to save a few bucks?

Below we’ll look at each method of traveling and see which you’re best-suited with to keep yourself safe! 

Feature Romblon Travel Guide

Romblon Island Travel Guide

Romblon Island is one of the three main islands of Romblon province. The others being Tablas and Sibuyan islands. With an area of 33.54 sq mi, it is the smallest of the three island groups. The town is the capital of the province and is widely known for its marble industry, minerals, Spanish heritage and beautiful beaches.

Feature Islands and Beaches Romblon

A Quick Side-trip to Cobrador Island

Aside from Bonbon Beach, the main island of Romblon has some island hopping activities too with its fare share of equally stunning islands and beaches. Since we’re covering the Biniray Festival and Tonton ng Sto Niño that day, we only have the morning to visit one of the three islands at the northwestern side of Romblon island, the Cobrador Island. The island is the farthest of the three and a 45 minute boat ride away from the poblacion.

Romblon Travel Guide

Sibuyan Island Travel Guide

Isolated to the rest of the world since the ice age, and never connected to any Philippine archipelago since history, Sibuyan Island’s seclusion has kept its pristine state since geological formation. With the seismic forces pushing its jagged mountain peaks up to 2,000 meters above sea, much Sibuyan Island is untouched. Naturalist and scientist around the world were quick to give the island a moniker, “Galapagos if Asia”. The island itself has its own character, having one of the richest concentration of endemic flora and fauna. The island also has the densest forest in the world.