Phillip Tang grew up on typically Australian pho and fish'n'chips. A degree in Chinese- and Latin-American cultures launched him into travel and writing about it for Lonely Planet's Canada, China, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Peru and Vietnam guides. More pics and words: philliptang.co.uk.
Phillip Tang has made his home in Sydney, Melbourne, London and Mexico City. His travels include most countries in Europe, much of Asia and Latin America, as well as the greatest hits of North America.
Phillip Tang has written for the Lonely Planet pictorial and gift books The Cities Book, Cooks Clowns and Cowboys, Calm, 1000 Ultimate Adventures, Guide to Pride, World's Best Drinks, World's Best Brunches, World's Best Spicy Food, The Best Things in Life are Free and Best in Travel 2017.
Phillip Tang writes about travel and the people there, who just call it living. He likes smelling fresh mint in a market in a new town and imagining a parallel life there.
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Mexico City (Mexico), Porto and Lisbon (Portugal), Tokyo (Japan), Bangkok (Thailand), Barcelona (Spain)