Aptly named the Venice of India, the city of Udaipur is one of the most beautiful and romantic destinations in Rajasthan, with pastel coloured houses, a magnificent palace and the best of Rajput architecture centred on a dreamy crystal coloured lake.Read More
Regional Discovery, Cellar Press: The NSW Riverina Marina TrajkovichPrint, June 2020Read More
The new face of pageant fever in the Philippines are young men, competing for fame, prize money and national tours offering the promise of social mobility, writes Marina Trajkovich.Read More
One of the most popular things to do when travelling in Vietnam is to ride the Ha Giang loop- a four day motorbike journey through the incredible northern mountains of Vietnam, up near the Chinese border.
The views are incredible but for those who have never ridden a motorbike before or are travelling solo this road trip might seem daunting and impossible.
Here I explain how you can conquer the Ha Giang loop as a beginner rider.Read More
Why you shouldn’t miss the temples of Bagan in Myanmar.Read More
Originally published in the Daily Telegraph By Marina Trajkovich CANDY St Louis’ mother had different expectations when she put her daughter through ballet school. The Brooklyn-born burlesque dancer laughs about it, as she applies her makeup before her latest nude review show. “My mum was really surprised when I wanted to do Crazy Horse, she…Read More
Tampat Do Aman Graphic Design, PR and Copywriting Work. (Sample) This year I spent a few weeks volunteering with an eco retreat in a remote area on the northernmost tip of Borneo- staying in an amazing jungle and beach location, built on the foundations of environmental sustainability and creating projects that directly benefit the indigenous…Read More
Cyanide and dynamite fishing still occurs in many waters and reefs across the Philippines and South East Asia despite continual attempts to stop the practice. Sustainable tourism and education efforts have seen an increase in protected areas of Coron’s marine ecosystems and a new fervour from locals to protect the marine environment, but many areas of reef remain vulnerable, writes Marina TrajkovichRead More
Christmas of 2016, my family decided to go on a cruise because we are one of few families in the world who could not be bothered to cook for Christmas day… we instead decided to go on a huge floating boat with an endless drinks wristband, gorge ourselves at the buffet every day and spend…Read More
Why you should never wander off and stray from the lump of tourists on the beach to go for a topless swim on the opposite end of the Isle of Pines no matter how much of a ‘free spirit,’ you are: You might get called over to a ‘psst-ing’ local who is literally crouched in…Read More