Never-ending holidays: Travellers who turned memorable experiences into businesses

From surf camps in North Korea to reindeer expeditions in Mongolia's far north, these travellers fell in love with their experiences and wanted others to share in their joy

Mr Cheang Qing Xin and Ms Kelly Khiew are used to people being sceptical of their dreams.

When they wanted to start a rock-climbing business in Taiwan, fellow climbers warned that they would lose all their money. When they found an old house to refurbish for their business, people saw how derelict the house was and said they were nuts.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 17, 2019, with the headline 'Never-ending holidays'. Print Edition | Subscribe