Born and bred in New Zealand, Luke Clark has lived in Singapore for 26 years. A writer, editor and co-founder of brand storyteller CP5, Luke spent over a decade in travel and inflight media before successfully relaunching the multi-award winning Discovery Channel Magazine as editor in 2011. A part-time DJ and fond nightlife writer, he’s enjoyed seeing the Lion City become the cross-cultural musical hub that it is today.

What does a journey mean to you?
It’s a feeling more than a place. Finding yourself momentarily lost in a different world. That describes the very best gig for me too.

Which other country or location most inspires you?
I’m becoming ever more enamoured with Italy. Over time, it just gets under your skin.

Where would you go back to, and why?
Nepal. It’s ancient and magical: and got me at a time when I was most gettable.

Top insider tip for Singapore?
Walk everywhere at night and early in the morning. In the afternoon, find somewhere nice to enjoy the tropical rain.

What journey would you most like to go on?
My wife and I have loved introducing our teenagers to music gigs and festivals. I’d love it if we could in time take them to Coachella in Palm Springs, and Fuji Rock Festival in Japan.

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