Asianmapleleaf

I’m a Canadian currently living in New York. I fell in love with traveling the first time I flew to Hong Kong when I was a kid, and since then I have been exploring new destinations each year. I love experiencing different cultures and also trying the local food! I have also always taken a lot of pictures while traveling or even at home, turning every moment into unforgettable memories. My Instagram and blog share these moments – my adventures in New York, my journey in self-discovery, my experiences traveling the world, and my favorite brands, which I take with me while traveling.

Asianmapleleaf showcases vacation destinations, unique experiences and culinary adventures. I’m also a contributing editor and writer for Swagger Magazine, global correspondent for ManAboutWorld, contributing writer for followsummer and Outings & Adventures, and ambassador for ilovegay. My goal is to inspire you all to travel more, experience more, and love more.

Go to London, Keep Calm, and Drink Tea

Right after our trip to Switzerland, we spent a few days in London to attend the World Travel Market.  It is a massive trade show where the travel industry comes together with almost 5,000 exhibiting destinations, technology and private sector companies, to find and network with travel professionals from all… Read more »

Canada 150 and Quebec Getaway

This year marks the 150th anniversary of Canada and we were fortunate enough to pass through Ottawa on July 1st to be part of the celebration. We arrived on the morning of Canada Day and the city was alive! There was a sea of people wearing red and white, eagerly… Read more »

Annual Ski Trip to Whistler

Just north of Vancouver, the town of Whistler has one of the largest ski resorts in North America. We visit this gorgeous winter destination with friends every year to hit the slopes. Super cool fact, it hosted the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics!We skied two days out of the trip. It… Read more »

Weekend Getaway in Philly & Outfest

Please follow us and share! A few weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to check out Philly and the Philadelphia Outfest – the world’s largest National Coming Out Day festival! Philly is only about an hour and half away by train from NYC’s Penn Station. It’s super easy to get… Read more »

First Timer’s Travel Guide to Barbados

Please follow us and share! Last month I traveled to Barbados for the first time and I felt relaxed the moment I walked off the plane and felt the warm humid island air! Barbados is known for its distinctive charm, beautiful beaches and warm hospitality – it did not disappoint…. Read more »

Winter Wonderland

Every year we plan a trip to Quebec to enjoy a week of nature and to disconnect from the world. This year we decided to go in the winter time to enjoy the snow. On our way, we stopped in Ottawa for the Winterlude Festival which celebrates winter and all… Read more »

Celebrating Pride Month: Meet StreetStylePoser

I’m back with the last Q&A… for now. This has been a fun series and I hope you’ve enjoyed meeting new people, and getting to know more about the ones you already knew. Today, I’m interviewing Henry from streetstyleposer.   Tell us about yourself. When did you start blogging and… Read more »

Being a Total Tourist – Whirlwind Trip to Atlanta

This fall, I spent a week on Emory’s main campus located a few miles from downtown Atlanta in the Druid Hills neighborhood. During the weekend I went to check out all the things the city has to offer! And Atlanta does have a lot to offer! Definitely more than can… Read more »

NYC staycation and food adventure

I realize I unfortunately cannot be on vacation all the time. Sometimes when my friends visit me in NYC I take to opportunity to have a mini staycation weekend being a tourist in my own city.  We decided to make it a food filled weekend!   We started our weekend… Read more »

Asia Adventure Part 1 – Hong Kong

Hong Kong has always felt like a third home to me – following Toronto and New York. Hong Kong is where my family is from and one of the cities I visit the most. I remember visiting Hong Kong for the first time when I was a teenager and I… Read more »