Asian Inspiration

South-East Asia has to top the list of Australia’s most fascinating neighbours. Vastly different landscapes, cultures and traditions can all be found within a hop-skip-and-jump of each other; providing travellers with a rich array of things to see and do. Enchantment can come in the form of Thailand’s Lantern Festival, relaxation through a massage on…

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Viceroy Bali

If your impression of Bali is traffic jams, cheap souvenirs and overcrowded tourist areas, then let us give you an insight into the real beauty of the island. Ubud and its neighboring areas offer some beautiful experiences to transform you from your busy day-to-day, to total relaxation and cultural emersion. From the cascading rice terraces,…

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It was with both trepidation and excitement that the plane dropped through the haze and we saw our first glimpse of Myanmar beneath us. With our prior understandings of Myanmar’s hardships and governmental problems, we were eager to make up our own minds about this obscure nation, relatively untouched by the boom of modern tourism….

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Villa Mawar Bali

Steeped in pure luxury, swathed in tranquillity and saturated in relaxation. At EWT we are constantly on the lookout for properties that are stand alone and suit the desires of our discerning clientele. Suited for up to 12 people and set away from anything but the birds and the trees, this Balinese paradise villa is…

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Del Boca Villa Bali

I discovered the little town of Canggu in Bali a few years ago and found it to be incredible. A fine mix of local charm, whilst catering to visitor’s needs with international cuisine – not to mention the best coffee this side of Melbourne! Akin to the Seminyak of yesteryear, it was a little slice…

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Traditional Myanmar Feast

We came across this little restaurant after following a tip from a local fisherman, filled with smiling locals and a few foreigners, I asked the waiter for what was listed as a traditional Myanmar feast. As you can see my cheeky grin says it all! What a feast it was! Every meal in Myanmar was…

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