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Rightly called out by contributor Valerie Wong, on page 56, the hype of wanderlust for the ‘gram is about escapism. Perhaps, all of us are so fixated on the drudgeries of life that running away from our responsibilities seems like the easiest and most convenient option. Therefore, the romanticisation of going on a voyage is widely accepted by the masses. One such romanticisation is idealised by the biker riding his café racer in the countryside, which inspired the accessories spread (page 26) by fashion stylist and writer Sapphire Chin. The downside of voyages is often downplayed and outweighed by the upside. Celebrity contributor, Juni Goh, shares his travel experiences (page 54) with his a capella group, MICappella, to give us an insight into some of the perils he faced. While social media has shaped our travel habits, it does not dictate that one’s personal beliefs need to be congruent with the “usual”. Our cover star, Eric Chou, shares his views about this disconnect between social media persona and personal preferences on page 62, from the musical styles he dabbles in to growing up in two contrasting cultures. Take the road less travelled; the world is bigger than what #wanderlust on Instagram has to offer. Editorial assistant Marcus Li gives us a heads-up on some recently anointed UNESCO World Heritage sites on page 124. Editorial assistant Khoo Yong Hao also provides a list of fantastical Airbnb offerings around the world (page 128) that lets one get the full experience of cultural immersion. Costly fancy hotels and crowded backpackers hostels are not the only two extreme accommodation options. Speaking of “usual”, associate art director Jeremy Ang, features and watch editor Yong Wei Jian, and fashion stylist and writer Sapphire Chin collectively took a very different journey for the theme of “voyage” – they travelled through time in a winsome spread on page 44.

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