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Grace is a blogger, digital and content marketer, and co-founder of Punch Travel. She has been living and traveling outside the US since 2015 and has logged over 350,000 kilometers since she started counting. She loves to try local dishes and isn't embarrassed to bust out a selfie stick. You can find her on Twitter @PunchTravel or Instagram @PunchTravel.

Day Trip to Penang Hill

Going to the top of Penang Hill is one of those things you just have to do when you go to Penang. Like the Empire State Building...

The Ultimate Guide to Snorkeling Redang Island

Redang Island is one of nine islands in the Pulau Redang Archipelago, located on the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. The waters surrounding the island is protected...

Visit Windsor Castle and See the Queen of England

With the royal wedding less than two weeks away, I thought it was high time we revisited our trip to Windsor Castle. Windsor Castle is of course,...

A Piece of History at the Pont du Gard

Throughout the south of France, remnants of ancient civilizations have stood the test of time. About 90 minutes from Marseille and east of Avignon is the Pont...

Discover Birds You Never Knew Existed at KL Bird Park

Kuala Lumpur boasts the world’s largest free-flight walk-in aviary. Spanning 21 acres within Lake Gardens, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is home to over 200 species of birds. The...

11 Travel Quotes to Inspire Wanderlust

A good quote can spark your sense of adventure and inspire you to travel the world. Just a few simple words can revive your spirit and be all...

Don’t Leave Kuala Lumpur Without Visiting the Federal Territory Mosque

I was on the 86th floor of the Petronas Towers, checking out the view from a tower viewer telescope in the corner. I scanned the landscape, trying to...

How to Get to the Teotihuacan Pyramids by Bus

If you want to see one of the greatest ancient man-made structures in the world, head to the Teotihuacan archaeological site.  It is about an hour north...

What to See at the Teotihuacan Pyramids

Teotihuacan was an ancient Mesoamerican city, and a site of great religious importance to the Aztec people. Today the archaeological zone is the most visited attraction in...

Weekend in Mexico City

We recently spent 5 weeks in Mexico City, and all of our friends and family back home were surprised that we spent such a long time there. Wow,...