Taipei for me is the midpoint between the grit of Hong Kong and the modernity of Singapore.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
What amazes me the most about Kuala Lumpur (and the whole of Malaysia for that matter) is how three cultures – the Chinese, Malay, and Indians – seamlessly coexist in such a bustling capital.
Penang is an unassuming island north of Kuala Lumpur that’s sprinkled with fantastic Malay-Indian cuisine and a fast-growing arts scene.
Photographer Hub Pacheco
Production Design Frances Mortel
Produced by Gino Parma/INDIOBOY PRODUCTIONS
Client BENSIMON Philippines
If there’s anything I learned after almost a week in Tokyo, it’s that there’s always something happening everywhere in this frenzy of a capital. So much so that you can practically leave your guidebook behind and just go with the flow.
As I would later find out, a day trip to Kyoto does not suffice.
Osaka, Japan. October 2013
My first point of entry to the Land of the Rising Sun, the oft-overlooked Osaka has this big city vibe but with a more laid-back atmosphere.