Bronx native Suzi Siegel is an award-winning crime reporter turned travel writer. Her first book, Tiny New York, is an offbeat guidebook about the smallest things in the biggest city. The undersized coffee table book was chosen by Fodor’s as one of the year’s best travel books. Siegel lives in Jackson Heights, Queens, one of the world’s most diverse neighbourhoods, because it’s exactly like travelling even though it’s home.
A chaotic megacity where monks in saffron robes are as easy to spot as ladyboys, Bangkok is a study in contrasts. It’s traditional and it’s irreverent. It’s naughty and it’s spiritual. It will nourish you and suck you dry.Explore >
In Singapore as a gay traveller you will feel gladly received everywhere you go despite the antiquated laws still on the books.Explore >
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