If you’ve only got three months, this Southeast Asia itinerary will take you through the region’s best bits—both the highlights and the hidden gems.
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Nobody wants trouble in paradise, but scams in Thailand are all too common. Watch out for these nine tourist scams and ensure your visit is abundant with adventure and not rife with struggles.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, is one of the most chaotic and contrasting places in the world. With a difficult past, yet bright hopes for the future, the people of Ho Chi Minh are some of the strongest and most humble I’ve ever encountered.
Bangkok is a city like no other. Whether you love it or hate it, you’re bound to make a few mistakes when you first visit. If you’re new to Bangkok, these are six mistakes you don’t want to make.
Thailand has adventure at every bend. From rock climbing without ropes to scuba diving without a tank, there is no shortage of adventurous things to do in Thailand that will push you to your very limits.
I spent eight days volunteering in Cambodia with Hands on Journeys. Voluntourism is a difficult topic to address, but if it’s done in a sustainable and responsible way it can make a big difference. We might even be able to change the world, one village at a time.
Everybody should include Tokyo, Japan in their travel itinerary. Why? Apart from being the largest city in Japan, Tokyo is also considered as one of the most populous metropolitan centers in the world. Because of Tokyo’s immense land area as well as its huge populace, the city offers almost everything in terms of tourist attractions, […]
Curious to know what real, traditional Chinese food looks like? This isn’t that imitation Chinese you get from the 24-hour buffet around the corner from your apartment. I lived and traveled in China for ten months and got to experience the real deal, local cuisine of the cities and villages. These are 12 of my favorite traditional […]
There’s a part of Siem Reap that most people never see. Many of those who visit Cambodia have only one thing on their agenda: the temples of Angkor Wat. It’s a UNESCO Heritage Site that draws more than 2 million tourists every year. There are day passes and even weekly passes, meaning some people visit Siem Reap and only […]
I had just arrived in Luang Prabang and, by some luck of the universe, I was staying at the same guesthouse as a group of travelers I had previously met in Thailand. Their group had started as only two, but over the course of a couple of weeks, they continued to pick up other travelers until […]