Travel

lifestyle

The Sleaze and Danger of Working 88 Days on an Australian Farm

Backpackers share their stories of sexual harassment and isolation in the pursuit of second-year 417 working visas.
Claire Hubble
6.4.19
weird

Welcome to the Indonesian Village That Builds Guns

VICE travelled to West Java where the residents of Cipacing have been making air rifles for over a century.
Iqbal Kusumadirezza
5.21.19
Travel

This Theme Park Devoted to Ancient Aliens Really Makes You Think

One of the park's main attractions is a flight simulator that suggests Peru's Nazca Lines might be a landing strip for alien craft.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
5.12.19
LGBTQ

How One Woman Created a Home for the Trans Community in Vietnam

Meet Jessica Ca: founder of the only trans club in Ho Chi Minh and mentor to the city's LGBTQ community.
Zoe Osborne
5.1.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

You Can Now Hike Along the World’s Most Heavily-Armed Border

The demilitarised zone separating North and South Korea has been opened to civilians for the very first time. And it's crawling with rare and endangered wildlife.
Gavin Butler
5.1.19
lifestyle

The Story of How Airbnb Eradicated Rentals in Byron Bay

...And turned Byron's rental property landlords into millionaires.
Nat Kassel
4.11.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Taking a Selfie on this Thai Beach Could Score You the Death Penalty

Phuket authorities are trying to keep a popular holiday spot safe by threatening tourists with capital punishment.
Gavin Butler
4.10.19
Photography

Photos of Japan's Office Workers During Their 60-Hour Weeks

Sleeping on the street is socially acceptable in Japan, where nightly overtime is normal.
Laura Woods
4.9.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Komodo Island Is Closing Because People Keep Stealing its Dragons

Tourists will be banned from visiting the Indonesian island as of January 2020.
Gavin Butler
4.3.19
Singapore

I Was on a Plane and the Pilot Announced There Was a Bomb Onboard

“Mum, are we going to be ok? Are we going to reach Changi?"
Vijay Singh
4.2.19
Feasts

Want to Know Who Partied at Stonehenge? Look at the Pig Bones

Some 4,500 years ago, the ticket to a megalithic party was a pig from your local farm.
Becky Ferreira
3.14.19
Travel

The Kitchen Divides Pakistan's Rich and Poor

When visiting my extended family in Pakistan, I am hyper-aware of the differences between the rich and the poor. Even at home, the classes are separated as young, impoverished men cook meals in sweltering heat for their employers.
Javaria Akbar
3.4.19
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