Granted, we loved Breaking Bad and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, but there’s a real hidden gem on Netflix Originals, and it lies in the travel section.
Netflix Original travel shows are one of the streaming platform‘s biggest attractions right now. We’re also unable to travel at this present moment. A coincidence? We think not.
But that isn’t to say that being able to travel is gone forever. Day by day, we’re hearing news of more and more countries reopening itself to the rest of the world. While it still looks to be some ways away for Malaysia, we’re aided by the fact that our numbers have never looked better. As we’ve managed to successfully flatten the curve, the thought of travelling comes to mind once more.
And what greater way to kickstart the ideation process once more than with the help from Netflix and its original travel shows?
With its number of subscribers surging to almost 16 million new users in the first quarter, you have to expect more content. The likes of lifestyle, travel, and food docu-series have seen a surge like never before. It also includes some familiar faces in 21st-century pop culture with the likes of a two-Michelin star chef, a creator of one of the greatest long-running sitcoms, and an English comedian.
What’s great about these Netflix Original travel shows are the places you get to visit. Across five different docu-series, it spans across the globe so as to give you a wider range to work with. With the weekend approaching, grab your notebook and start planning your next trip with any of these shows.
All images courtesy of Netflix.
This article first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Kuala Lumpur.