How to Enjoy Your Time in Phuket, Thailand

Have you been searching for a destination to visit during the winter months? If so, your search might as well be over- Phuket is the place to be! In fact, it is the largest island in Thailand and is the home to about a quarter of a million people who are mainly Thai and Chinese. Many tourists from all over the world have their eye on this incredible Thai island.

8 Cheap Things to do in Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam, and also one of the most backpacker-friendly destinations in Asia. The unique cuisine, architectures, history, people and of course, the price have kept travelers coming back wanting for more. And today, we’re going to look deeper into Hanoi and find out 8 cheap things to do in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Exploring Marina Bay In Singapore

Singapore’s Marina Bay is in the heart of the city, located right next to the central business district and packed to the brim with restaurants, shops and attractions. With major tourist hot-spots, including the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay must be on your itinerary when you visit Singapore.

Bali’s Top 5 Best Kept Secrets

If you have ever been to Bali, it may be no surprise to you that this island was recently rated as the world’s top travel destination. From the breathtaking cliffside views, perfectly sculpted rice terraces, magnificent underwater world to intricately carved Hindu temples, it’s hard not to fall in love with this paradise also known as the Island of the Gods.

Travelling Malaysia on a Budget: What the Experts Say

Malaysia is one of those travel destinations that ranks high on the top preferences of the vast majority of travel enthusiasts. And luckily, for visiting this amazing destination, you don’t particularly need plenty of money. You just need some imagination to stretch the budget that you have. Some of the tips below will truly turn your incursion into a budget-friendly one, if you don’t mind some slight minor inconveniences.

Photo Friday: Vietnam

In 2006, we spent a month in Vietnam. We crossed the border from China in the north near Sapa, where we spent an amazing few days amongst the Hmong people and their beautifully terraced rice fields. Next we ventured down to Hanoi, and then spent a few days on a boat in the Halong Bay. Afterwards we made our way south, but for now we have plenty of photos to show of Northern Vietnam. If you find yourself wandering around Southeast Asia, don’t miss this amazing country, especially Sapa (sometimes spelled “Sa Pa”) and the surrounding areas.

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