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MT. PINATUBO: Budget Travel Guide + Itinerary & Why It Is Indeed A Beautiful Disaster

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

Comprehensive Guide To Hiking Mt. Pinatubo with info about budget, itinerary and other useful tips.

11 Best Things to Do in Cornwall, United Kingdom – Where to Go, Attractions to Visit

by Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Lush countryside, dramatic coastal sceneries, famous castles, culinary genius – there are never-ending things to do in Cornwall. It is a peninsula located in the southwestern tip of England with a unique culture and mild climate. This ancient Celtic kingdom is beautiful and inspirational, guaranteed to enthrall any traveler. Here are 11 things to do in Cornwall, but definitely, these ...

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How to get around Bangkok by BTS Bangkok, MRT Bangkok & Bangkok Airport Rail Link?

by Emily Nguyen @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Bangkok’s “feature” is the traffic jam, so even if the cost of a taxi is cheap, moving by taxi when traveling to Bangkok is not a wise choice. By contrast, the subway system in Bangkok runs exactly in a minute, covering most major tourist destinations, can help you save a lot of time and money. […]

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Don’t Tell Your Mother | A Mother’s Day Special

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

Dear Mum, I have a confession or two. Sometimes when I travel or I relay an anecdote from an adventure somewhere, I may leave out a few choice details. But, especially for Mother’s Day, I thought it was time to share/scare you with a couple of revelations: I have travelled without insurance. Not a lot (I’m usually pretty good with... Read more »

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Reactie op How To Spend A Short Layover In Beijing door Kristen Tcherneshoff

by Kristen Tcherneshoff @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

Heading to Beijing in a few days for a long layover, glad I stumbled across your article! And I love your photos!

The Backpacker’s Guide To Hanoi

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

Like many capital cities in Asia, Hanoi is mistakenly seen as a stepping stone to better destinations. The rapidly-developing city is massive and full of things to do, yet most backpackers tend to just skim over it.… Read More The Backpacker’s Guide To Hanoi

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10 Essential Things to Do in New Orleans For Solo Travelers

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

Visiting Louisiana? Make sure to spend some time in the Big Easy. There are so many things to do in New Orleans for solo travelers! Here are some of them.

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Let’s Send Another Set of Students Abroad (Exciting Updates from FLYTE)

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Two years ago I started FLYTE, a charity designed to help students from underserved communities see the world. Since then, we have raised over $100,000 and sent three classes on trips around the world. Here are updates on the organization.

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A City Guide to Edmonton, Alberta

A City Guide to Edmonton, Alberta

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

My first trip of 2018 has been on my travel bucket list for as long as I can remember: the Canadian Rockies! My first stop on the trip was initially one of convenience, flying in to Edmonton as one of the two gateways to the region (the other being Calgary). But I soon realised this city is worth so much more than a stopover as it turned out to be a really fun few days! Below you will find my recommendations for the city of Edmonton, which is bursting with so many great restaurants, cafes and bars. Its the kind of city you can really kick back and enjoy yourself in, especially if you consider yourself a bit of a foodie like me. So, lets dive in! Your Guide to Edmonton, Alberta I landed in the afternoon after a 24 hour flight journey from my hometown in Tasmania. If you’re flying from Australia you will be spoilt for choice, as Air Canada have just launched direct flights from Melbourne to Vancouver, in addition to the Sydney-Vancouver route already on offer. From there, its just a 1 hour and 15 mins flight through to Edmonton. Once you’ve arrived, I would recommend […]

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Hiking up to hidden Ursa Beach – Portugal

by thetouristoflife @ The Tourist Of Life

While I’m not really convinced about the saying ‘travel the unknown’, knowing that ‘unknown’

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A Singaporean’s Guide to the Work and Holiday Visa Programme in Australia

by Amira Rahmat @ TripZilla Magazine

Book and Travel Without a Credit Card: Top Tips

by Janice @ Solo Traveler

No credit cards? No problem. Here's how to travel without a credit card and, bonus, it will help you stay within your budget.

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5 Countries that are cheap to live in and offer a high quality of life!

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

5 Countries that are cheap to live in and offer a high quality of life! While everyone’s definition of ‘cheap’ and ‘high quality of life’ may differ, these countries offer an affordable cost of living certainly in comparison to most developed countries whilst still having a huge amount to offer. A budget of US$1000/month (€850, […]

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Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe

Thailand: what lies beneath

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

By Julie Foster Our first journey to Thailand was amazing. Having flown through the night we arrive in Bangkok first thing in the morning. After a day of negotiating tuk-tuks, ferries, temples, markets and crossing roads – all of which can be overwhelming for first-time visitor but to us was exhilar...

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Here’s What Travelling Alone As An Introvert Feels Like

by Teri Anne Tan @ TripZilla Magazine

A Study Reveals Singapore As The Most Expensive Holiday Destination – But Is This True?

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

The Lost City Trek With Expotur: How to Prepare For This 4 Day Adventure

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

I went on The Lost City Trek with Expotur and it was 4 days jam packed with adventure. Expotur promises adventure, and adventure you shall receive! From intense jungle trekking in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountains, raging rapid river crossings, and 1,200 steep stone steps to get to Cuidad Perdida, it’s exhilarating, challenging … Continue Reading

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7 REASONS JAPAN IS A MUST

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: NAMIBIA

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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MT. ROMELO + BURUWISAN FALLS: Budget, Hiking Guide + Itinerary & Why It Should Be On Your Bucket List

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

Mt. Romelo + Buruwisan Falls Guide complete with hiking tips and other useful information such as budget, itinerary, fees & how to get there.

Saigon vs. Hanoi - I Choose Saigon - Solo Wayfarer

Saigon vs. Hanoi - I Choose Saigon - Solo Wayfarer


Solo Wayfarer

Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon as it is more commonly known, is Vietnam’s largest and busiest city with a population of 8 million. I didn’t expect much from it, mostly because I didn’t know too much about the city, expecting it to be like Hanoi, only dirtier, busier and filled with even more motorbikes. ... [Read more...]

Backpacking Route for Mexico

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

latin america routes south america | brazil | patagonia | central america | mexico Mexico Backpacking Route Our backpacking route for Mexico takes in the best the South of the country has to offer. If you follow it, you’ll travel from the tranquil seas of the Caribbean to the giant waves of the Pacific via […]

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Climbing Kilimanjaro | Lemosho Trek to the Roof of Africa

by Editor @ Drink Tea & Travel

Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro was by far the biggest mental and physical challenge we have ever undertaken on our travels, but with the help of an amazing team from Kilimanjaro Brothers (www.kilimanjarobrothers.com), we managed to reach the top and conquer Africa’s tallest mountain! We choose to ascend using the Lemosho 8-Day route, selecting it for its […]

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Living Lagom in Sweden: An Interview With Lola Akerstrom

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Lagom is the key to unlocking the Swedish psyche, and it governs all aspect of Swedish society. In this interview, Lola A. Åkerström talks about why lagom is about more than just balance, and what it's like to assimilate into life in Sweden as a writer and photographer.

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Solo Female Travel in Bhutan

by highheelsandabackpack @ www.highheelsandabackpack.com

Solo Female Travel in Bhutan Land of dragons, mythical creatures and magic. Nestled deep within the high Himalayas awaits the mysterious dragon Kingdom of Bhutan. As one of the world’s least visited countries, not an awful lot is known about Bhutan internationally. Talk of travel here is accompanied by concerns of expense, and frets about inaccessibility. […]

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Can You Travel Hong Kong on a Backpacker Budget?

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

Over all, Hong Kong cost us around HKD$3,500 for two people for three nights. Solo travellers might find themselves spending a little less than this. It’s a beautiful city with so much to offer, and its often overlooked by backpackers. We wholeheartedly believe that anyone who doesn’t visit here is missing the opportunity to see a different side to China, unlike anywhere else.

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How to avoid food poisoning in India and what to do when you are unfortunate to get it

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

India is a country of flavours. The food here is one of the best in the world and it is really hard to stop yourself from eating. The smell of food and spices is everywhere. People come here not only...

Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Darknight @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

Same here, ill be there last week of November. This article will really help me on where to stay there.

Door: Holly Hollyson

by Holly Hollyson @ Reacties op: The Solo Female Travelers Guide To Vietnam

I had no idea that Vietnam was so safe! I just read this out loud to my Dad, who said, 'well it must be pretty safe because there are plenty of people there. Did you know that there are more Vietnamese in Vietnam than in any other country in the World'. #dadlogic

That Vancouver Lifestyle: One Week in Vancouver, City of Hipsters

by Amy @ Page Traveller

This past July, I spent one week in Vancouver, getting a little taste of Canada and visiting fellow ACLE alumna/travel blogger The Global Shuffle. But, the city wasn’t quite what I expected. This is the story of how I learnt to put down my old faithful Lonely Planet, stopped sightseeing and starting experiencing what can only be described as the Vancouver lifestyle: One Week in... Read more »

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Florida Travel: What to Do in Punta Gorda & Englewood Beach in 2018

by Solo Travel Girl @ Solo Travel Girl

'Tis the time of year for my annual month-by-month listing of what to do in the Southwest Florida community of Punta Gorda and Englewood Beach (basically Charlotte County) in the New Year. As usual, most activities can be enjoyed anytime of the year. And, I hope you try something that pushes your personal boundaries in the New Year because that's how you learn, grow and maybe find your new passion.

23 Best Things to Do & Places to Go in Hong Kong

by Darren Yeoh @ TripZilla Magazine

Vietnam Itinerary: 7 Days (1 Week) - Travel Happy

Vietnam Itinerary: 7 Days (1 Week) - Travel Happy


Travel Happy

In seven days, you’ll be able to see Vietnam’s highlights, making your way from Ho Chi Minh City in the south to Ha Long Bay in the far north.

The Best Advice For Your First Time Traveling Solo

The Best Advice For Your First Time Traveling Solo

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

I’ve been on so many solo adventures now that I am often quick to forget how daunting my first time traveling solo was. On my first trip, I embarked on the 30+ hour journey to Europe and made my way to Paris, Prague, Budapest and London. Since then, I’ve never thought twice about packing my bags and heading off on a trip solo. But there are so many things I know now that I wish I knew back then, like what to do when you catch the right train but in the wrong direction, or how to convince yourself you’re more adventurous than you really are. Below are my top tips to help you build the courage we both know you have to take your first solo adventure! 1. When packing: less is more The best piece of advice I was given before I set off on my first adventure solo was to pack my bags, take it all and cut it in half, then put only half back. The old saying “you can only wear one pair of jeans at a time” is remarkably true, moreover, your favourite pair of jeans is always going to be your go to. Anything […]

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Our Weekend Guide In The Beautiful City Of Bergen, Norway

by Kach Medina @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

After 6 days of cruising along the beautiful and rugged coasts of Norway with Hurtigruten, we finally arrived in the very beautiful City of Bergen! It was raining and cold when we arrived but the coldness was tolerable that I noticed that my hands weren’t shaking. Haha. It is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been to ...

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Top Luxury Safari Lodges in Kenya that Are Worth A Visit

by Shannon Lee @ Drink Tea & Travel

This post was contributed by our Luxury Travel Expert, Shannon Lee. On a recent trip to Africa, my partner and I were delighted with the abundance of wildlife everywhere we went. We were also thrilled with our accommodations! We stayed at three different “camps” – each with a unique flavour. All three resorts were luxurious […]

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7 Fun Facts You Didn’t Know About Jakarta

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Travellers visiting Jakarta will easily find that the Indonesian capital is quite the enigma. The galling dichotomy between rich and poor, and the wildly diverse population often make the city seem impenetrable. Even if they spend their trip by the...

5 Best Low Cost Long-Haul Airlines for Budget Travellers

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

10 THINGS I CAN’T TRAVEL WITHOUT

by Steven @ The Hungry Suitcase

Recently I’ve taken a four-month break off of travel to settle into a comfortable life in a quiet town. It’s been nice, mostly.

I do miss packing and unpacking the bags. I miss tossing away ripped up socks, giving away paperback books, and moving what’s left of my big shampoo into a small little shampoo thingy.

Some things are essential to have packed and ready to grab when I’m on the road. I will not include the obvious things like a camera, computer, passport, etc. These following are the little home run hitters that are easy to forget about, but always needed:

1. DENTAL FLOSS

I like to eat. I like to eat meat. I like eating late. My teeth are spaced fairly far apart from laughing too much. Stuff gets in there and I need to get it out. I’ve often been wandering ... Read More »

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My Journey to Catanduanes: The Less Travelled Gem in Eastern Philippines

by Willester Yap @ TripZilla Philippines

Get ready to be mesmerised.

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Here’s What Travelling Alone As An Introvert Feels Like

by Teri Anne Tan @ TripZilla Magazine

25 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE TRAVELING IN THAILAND

by Steven @ The Hungry Suitcase

Thailand, with over 26 million foreign entries in 2016, can be a very touristic place to visit. By some accounts, 20% of the Thai GDP is based on tourism (worldwide nations average about 10%). Thailand is often an entry point for all of Asia, a constant revolving door of tourists on short or extended trips. We’re writing this article to help you avoid getting your hand caught in that often dangerous door.

Thailand is a country that can live up to its high expectations and reputation. It really can be paradise. On the other hand, it can be a disappointing place filled with drunken pub crawlers, tourist scams, empty promises and subpar made-for-tourists versions of local dishes. Pad thai made with instant noodles? You’ll find it all over Phuket and Koh Samui. If you venture past the tourists districts, the food ... Read More »

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Reactie op These Are The Stops I Made Between Hanoi And Hoi An door em-ily-grace

by em-ily-grace @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

How did you travel between these destinations? Bus, motorbike...?

And the winner is….

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

I received thousands of submissions for my round the world contest, and I enjoyed reading every single one of them. Unfortunately, there can only be one winner. Today, I'm very excited to announce the official winner of the round the world contest! The journey begins next month.

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Solo Travel Tips: Rishikesh, India

by Reshma Narasing @ Solitary Wanderer

Interested in yoga and planning to visit India? Here's a Rishikesh solo travel guide for you, with tips and safety considerations for women traveling solo.

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Nan, Thailand: Remote Mountains & Indigenous Communities

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

Nan, located in the most eastern part of Northern Thailand in the valley of its namesake river, is a charming little town with a historical center. Surrounded by the spectacular misty mountains of Doi Phu Kha National Park bordering Laos, Nan is a place where you will find many old temples and teak wooden houses, where foreigner tourists are rare and people still enjoy the traditional slow lifestyle of the Northern Thai people.

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15 Most Eco-Friendly Destinations to Add to Your Travel Wish List

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

If you’re anything like us, sustainable travel is extremely important to you. We love visiting destinations and finding small ways to contribute to sustainability, ethical tourism, and the local economy. But what we love even most is visiting destinations that are already KNOWN for their dedication to environmental responsibility. Luckily for us, and for you, there are […]

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Is New Year’s Eve in Times Square Worth It?

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

New Years Eve in Times Square is possibly the world’s most famous New Year’s celebration. Watching the ball drop, jamming to the musical performances, and joining more than a million people filling a tiny area of New York City seems like a great way to ring in the New Year. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime kind of… Read More Is New Year’s Eve in Times Square Worth It?

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New Video: Backpacking Through Peru

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

When someone asks me what to expect going into Peru, the answer is everything. You literally do not know what can happen in Peru or what you’ll see. Machu Picchu? Yeah. Rainbow-colored mountains? That too.  A desert oasis? Why not. Gigantic drawing carved into the ground? Would you expect anything less? Backpacking through Peru remains… Read More New Video: Backpacking Through Peru

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The Best of Stockholm in 2 Days

by Hannah Logan @ Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

Nicknamed the Venice of the North, Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, quickly became one of my favourite cities.  Made up of 14 islands in the inner city, Stockholm is a Scandinavian gem with tons to offer. Although it is also…

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Manila Hostels for Budget Travelers

by RJ Abellera @ iWander. iExperience. iKwento

Metro Manila has a booming business for high-end and budget hotels. But for shoestring travelers, these rates are still out of bounds especially if they try to extend every cent from their travel fund. Most foreign travelers visiting the Philippines decide not to spend a night in Metro Manila because of two main reasons; congested […]

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Christmas Tours in England and Scotland

by Bryan @ The Budget Your Trip Blog

From the glistening, frosted landscapes to bustling Christmas markets on cobbled squares and carols carrying on the breeze, the UK is the ideal place to celebrate this very special time of year. Every destination is dressed with its finest decorations. During your Christmas Holidays in the UK you will make memories for a lifetime and you will bring back home the best traditional Christmas presents. Travelers looking for a different Christmas experience are in for a delicious and visually enchanting treat when visiting the UK from late November until Christmas each year. With so much charm, fantasy, and tradition, a trip to the UK during the Christmas season is bound to inspire awe in any traveler, and luckily there are several tour options available to allow you to make the most of these Christmas-wonder-lands.

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10 New Years Resolutions For A More Sustainable Lifestyle

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

At the end of each year, we like to sit down and take stock of what we’ve accomplished, as well as make a list of New Year’s resolutions for the coming year that we’ll actually stick to. In 2017, we committed to living a sustainable lifestyle, so it felt suiting to share some of our […]

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Scheveningen Beach | A New Year’s Dive in the Netherlands

Scheveningen Beach | A New Year’s Dive in the Netherlands

by Amy @ Page Traveller

After booking a last-minute flight to the Netherlands to spend New Year with a friend living in The Hague, I found myself being roped into the Nieuwjaarsduik Scheveningen. So, while you were nursing your New Year’s Eve hangover, I was taking a plunge into the North Sea as part of Den Haag’s New Year’s Day swim! This is the story... Read more »

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Mount Fuji day trip blog — How to spend one perfect day itinerary in Mt Fuji?

by Rose Nguyen @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Let’s discover the most famous iconic of Japan through our Mount Fuji day trip blog — Mount Fuji one day itinerary (Mt Fuji one day itinerary, Mount Fuji day trip itinerary) start from Tokyo and from when to visit Mount Fuji to best places to visit in Mt Fuji with Living Nomads: One-day excursion to […]

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Town Tours and Island Hops in Coron, Palawan

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

Coron can be considered the quiter sibling of El Nido. El Nido definitely didn’t feel very urban and is still in the super island mode, but the town already has a good no. Of bars and restaurants for all kinds of tastes. Coron on the other hand is much smaller than El Nido, and we […]

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Best Australian Vacation at Mission Beach

by Kate @ Where In The World Is Kate

Are you looking for a romantic location for your Australian vacation? Why not try Mission Beach, a small town in the Cassowary Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. The total population including the small villages surrounding is a little over 3,100 people, and the Great Barrier Reef guards the coastline. Best Australian Vacation in Mission Beach Life […]

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Exploring Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand for Just ₱15K All-In - TripZilla Philippines

Exploring Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand for Just ₱15K All-In - TripZilla Philippines


TripZilla Philippines

Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand in 7 days and just ₱15,000 ALL-IN -- whoa!

Door: Eden Mint

by Eden Mint @ Reacties op: The Solo Female Travelers Guide To Vietnam

Great tips! I have a couple of Vietnamese friends who travel back home each year. They always encourage me to visit there someday, it really does sound like an amazing place! I love the culture and food. Have a great day :) <a href="http://www.mintnotion.com" rel="nofollow">http://www.mintnotion.com</a>

Top 10 Free Attractions in Bali

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Bali is a beautiful and extraordinary place. There is no other island like it in the world. Thanks to its size and the local culture, it offers so much. However, because it is such a popular tourist destination, it can...

Singapore night safari tips — How to have a wonderful trip in Singapore Night Safari  

by Ann Minh @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Singapore Night Safari is the first night zoo of the world, which can give visitors a chance to explore the mysterious and interesting nightlife of the wildlife in Singapore, therefore, this place is always a tourist destination that any visitor wants to come at least once when traveling to this island nation. Let’s explore Singapore night […]

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SINGAPORE | Lush Surroundings of Singapore Botanic Gardens

by RJ Abellera @ iWander. iExperience. iKwento

When we stayed at Hotel Jen Tanglin Road, I mentioned to a friend that a UNESCO World Heritage Site is in the neighborhood. A laugh was an instant answer I got with a sarcastic question, “Is that true?” She actually didn’t believe that Singapore has a heritage site, and it’s the only one they have. […]

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Grand-Bourg, Guadeloupe

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Grand-Bourg, Guadeloupe

Bali without the Bogans

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

By Kim-Ling Richardson “Ling, I’ve been told to call you a Bogan”, my friend said to me at Denpasar airport, eagerly waiting for my reaction. “What!?” I yelled, as the others around us began to giggle. After the laughter passed, my friend turned back to me and sheepishly asked, “What’s a Bogan?” Wha...

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Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe

In Hindsight, Maybe La Paz Wasn’t As Terrible As I Thought

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

Man, I really struggled in Bolivia. Being sick the entire time, terrifying transportation experiences, and more rude locals than I’d met in all of South America up to that point certainly didn’t help. After having a glorious fairy-tale time in Peru, I decided to cross the border and give Bolivia a try. It can’t be… Read More In Hindsight, Maybe La Paz Wasn’t As Terrible As I Thought

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Best Hostels in Ho Chi Minh City for Solo Travellers, Couples, and Groups | Budget Your Trip

Best Hostels in Ho Chi Minh City for Solo Travellers, Couples, and Groups | Budget Your Trip


Budget Your Trip

Vy Khanh Hostel, Long Hostel, Diep Anh Guesthouse, and Bich Duyen Hotel are among the best hostels in Ho Chi Minh City

Danasan Eco Adventure Park in Danao

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

It’s been a long stay in Cebu, and the three weeks that we spent have been incredible, topped by a very new experience we had with Danasan Eco Adventure Park. If you’re headed to Cebu, and have a day or two to spare outside the city, this is one perfect destination. How to get to […]

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Here’s What Travelling Alone As An Introvert Feels Like

by Teri Anne Tan @ TripZilla Magazine

My First Time Traveling Solo

by Sandra @ TOURLINA – Female Travel App – Buddy, Companion

My First Time Traveling Solo     You want to travel, but your friends are busy, don’t have enough money to travel or don’t want to go to the same places you do. Have you ever thought about solo travel? It is an amazing and empowering experience. Here you can read about, what kind of […]

Byron Bay: where the beautiful people come to play

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

  By Sarah Novakovic No one can deny the scenery in Byron is exquisite. No, I’m not just talking about the beach bodies. I didn’t think I would be that impressed by the luscious tropical greens and the long sprawling coast lines. But I am. The humidity is high enough that you can justify ...

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The 26 Safest Cities for Female Solo Travelers

The 26 Safest Cities for Female Solo Travelers

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

Over the last five years travelling the globe solo I have had many ups and downs, good experiences, terrible experiences, and most important of all, life lessons. However if I could have known then what I knew now, there are some cities I would have avoided and others I would have visited sooner. Below is a comprehensive list of the safest cities for female solo travelers, where I have felt most comfortable and enjoyed every minute of my time in. Sure, there are many more… but these cities are a safe bet! The Best Cities for Female Solo Travelers 1. Zurich, Switzerland Switzerland as a whole is one of the safest countries to travel to solo, but Zurich is the city that captured my heart most. Just big enough to remain interesting for a few days but with a small village feel, the city is full of winding alleyways and postcard-worthy views. For an authentic experience consider renting an apartment (with a balcony) for a few nights and spend your days meandering the cities’ many pockets. Read more: How to Spend 48 Hours in Zurich 2. Vancouver, Canada Vancouver is the kind of city you imagine yourself living in just […]

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Travel is A Privilege & Not Everyone Can Travel As Much As You

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Puerto Madryn, Argentina

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Puerto Madryn, Argentina

Your Guide to Staying Fit While Traveling

by Michael Henri @ Drink Tea & Travel

This post was contributed by our Health and Wellness Travel Expert, Michael Henri There are SO MANY benefits to getting fit and staying fit while traveling. For many people, it’s difficult to make exercise a priority. Whether you are going for 2 weeks or 2 months, there’s some key information that will help get you motivated to […]

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To Travel Or Not To Travel?

by Serene Leong @ TripZilla Magazine

Backpacking in the Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca & Formentera)

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

Backpacking in the Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca & Formentera) The Balearic Islands have long been popular holiday destinations, mostly for Northern Europeans looking for a short sunny getaway. Typically people fly in and fly out, only visiting one island but it is possible to do a longer, backpacking trip in the Balearic Islands. You […]

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Fluid + Form Action Camera 4K: A Review

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

This blog post is about our new acquisition: Fluid + Form Action Camera 4K. We just got the package and the first thing that we did was to plan a small trip to take pictures. Where was the planned place? One of our favorites and one of the closest places from Pampanga– Subic. We have […]

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TripZilla’s Picks: Top 18 Travel Destinations for 2018

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Fort-de-France, Martinique

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Fort-de-France, Martinique

Best Budget Destinations for Solo Travelers: the 2018 Shortlist

by Janice @ Solo Traveler

I've scoured the lists of budget destinations recommended by other sites and come up with a shortlist of my top destinations for budget solo travel in 2018.

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Here’s Why You Should Consider Taking More Trips on High Speed Rails Than Flights

by Lydia Lee @ TripZilla Magazine

Top of Queensland, Port Douglas, Australia

by Kate @ Where In The World Is Kate

On the Coral Sea, in tropical north Queensland, a small town, Port Douglas is another slice of Australian paradise. Known for beach resorts, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s most extensive reef system, Queensland is exquisite. Daintree National Park, an eco-diverse rainforest is a millennium and boomer vacation paradise. No matter your […]

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Why Middle Eastern Airlines are Increasingly Becoming Millennials’ First Choice of Travel

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

How to Save Money for Travel: Top Tips to Save

by Janice @ Solo Traveler

Here are 12 ways to save money for travel. No advice to cut lattes. No talk of shorter showers. Just a solid how-to approach to saving cash for travel.

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Dolomites Alta Via 2 Stage 3: Genova-Schlüterhütte to Puez

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

So up until today, everything had been great. It hadn’t been the easiest of treks, but I came to the Dolomites expecting to be challenged, having never done a proper hut-to-hut trekking trip before and I was loving it. If this is the first post of mine you’re reading on the Dolomites, you might want ... [Read more...]

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Stoking Siargao: Fun Activities for Non-Surfers

by RJ Abellera @ iWander. iExperience. iKwento

No doubt, Siargao Island has a reputation when it comes to surfing. But admit it, the intimidating waves sometimes only allow professional surfers to enjoy. Cloud 9 wasn’t coined if not for the thick waves and hollow tubes that can go as high as nine-foot. However, I didn’t find myself riding a board and doing […]

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To Travel Or Not To Travel?

by Serene Leong @ TripZilla Magazine

VIETNAM: HO CHI MINH CITY TRAVEL GUIDE (Budget +Itinerary) 2017

VIETNAM: HO CHI MINH CITY TRAVEL GUIDE (Budget +Itinerary) 2017


The Pinay Solo Backpacker

comprehensive DIY budget travel guide and itinerary of Ho Chi Minh City

Hong Kong tourist card — 7 useful Hong Kong travel card every traveler must-have

by Emily Nguyen @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Your trip will be easier if you know the type of card (Hong Kong travel card or Hong Kong tourist card) you need when traveling to Hong Kong. Especially, when using these cards as a universal key as a wallet. From MTR to Octopus cards, you will not have to worry about carrying too much cash […]

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The best hostels to stay in Taipei

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Going for a holiday to Taipei? Maybe you will be staying there a little longer. Looking for places to stay in Taipei for a good price? Skiddoo.com.sg, an online travel agent with the largest selection of the lowest airfares anywhere in...

So, You’re Headed to Boracay for the First Time…

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

So… you’re headed to Boracay for the first time and you don’t really know what to expect. Well, before anything else, let me commend you for including the island in your travel plans since it is one of the Philippines’ biggest tourist draws and ideal if you want some all-out summer fun. It’s better if… Read More So, You’re Headed to Boracay for the First Time…

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Vietnam Express Southbound - For Solo Travellers - Peregrine Travel Queensland

Vietnam Express Southbound - For Solo Travellers - Peregrine Travel Queensland


Peregrine Travel Queensland

Capture the spirit of magical Vietnam on this compact tour from the colonial charm of Hanoi to the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, on this new adventure, designed for solo travellers only. Sip coffee with locals in Hanoi and shop up a storm in the Old Quarter, cruise along emerald waters on a Halong Bay boat trip, travel through old-world Hue and Hoi An, and get lost in the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City. This is an adventure full of beauty and contrast that introduces Vietnam as a country of incredible food, lively locals, stunning scenery and cosmopolitan cities.

7 One-Week Itineraries for Vietnam – Take Your Pick!

7 One-Week Itineraries for Vietnam – Take Your Pick!


TripZilla

With one week to spare, which part of Vietnam should you visit? Take your pick from these one-week itineraries which combine destinations such as Ho Chi Minh City, Ha long Bay, Sapa, Mui Ne, Sapa, Phu Quoc and more!

5 Facts about unique Hostels in Style

by Gomio.com @ Blog : Backpacker Accommodation | Barcelona Youth Hostel | Hostels in Trinidad | Hostels in Tel Aviv

Looking for a cool and unique Hostel which fits completely to your needs can be very tough and annoying. Therefore we recommend to ask the Gomio Team simply via our social channels such as Twitter or Facebook. Go and stay at the unique hostels of this world! It’s important to realize that Hostels can be read more »

Exploring Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

Our first stop in Uganda – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park turned out to be so much more than we expected. Not only is it THE place to track mountain gorillas in Uganda, but it is a beautiful forest, home to other primates, many birds, and some nice waterfalls. During our time in Bwindi, we stayed […]

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Mandalay, Myanmar

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Mandalay, Myanmar

My Favourite Quotes from Wild by Cheryl Strayed

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

I’ve been quiet for a few months on this blog. This has been partly an intentional break and partly because I’ve struggled to find the right words to articulate the reasons behind my hiatus. However, if there are any words that can best describe the tumultuous swinging between wanderlust and a craving for home that I’ve been feeling, they can be... Read more »

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Langkawi travel blog — The fullest guide for a Langkawi budget trip of Malaysia

by Ann Minh @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

It’s definitely not an overstatement to say that Langkawi is a tropical paradise of Malaysia. Considered to be the jewel of Malay tourism, this destination is home to 99 different large and small islands. About 30km west of the mainland, Langkawi is not only well-known for its potential in island tourism but also loved for […]

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Ho Chi Minh City Travel Advice & Budget Planning

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

So, I’d covered Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia. Next was a brief few days in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, also known fondly by its previous name, Saigon. I only spent a few days in the city, so here is my Ho Chi Minh City travel advice and budget planning for a brief visit. This was my second trip to Vietnam,... Read more »

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A Whirlwind New York City Trip: Part 2

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

If you’ve lost track after our first full day in New York and the New York Marathon the following day, we’re now on Monday. This was our final day in the city as we were due to catch a flight that evening. We didn’t really have any set plans, and just wanted to wander around ... [Read more...]

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Best Solo Travel Destinations and Travel tips for Saigon Vietnam

Best Solo Travel Destinations and Travel tips for Saigon Vietnam


Where In The World Is Kate

Must See Best Sites in Ho Chi Minh City aka Saigon Best Sites Ho Chi Ming City sightseeing list and sites to see Notre Dame,War Remnants Museum

How to Survive in Japan without Being Called a Rude Gaijin

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Gaijin is a term used in Japan to describe a foreigner and an outsider. Many say that it does not have a positive connotation, while others say it is just a word to describe someone, who is not a Japanese,...

21+ Unique Literary Gifts for Book Lovers Who Travel

by Amy @ Page Traveller

I love receiving candles as gifts. But, as a candle-loving, book-consuming backpacker, books and candles are sadly not the most practical of gifts for readers who explore both real and fictional worlds. So, to represent the page travellers out there, here are the best literary gifts for book lovers who travel, which are practical, cute and – most importantly – kind to... Read more »

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7 Festivals in Myanmar That You Should Not Miss

by Zaw Ye Naing @ TripZilla Magazine

Best Solo Travel Memories of 2017

by Tracey @ Solo Traveler

As the year drew to a close, I asked the Solo Travel Society, "What are your best solo travel memories of 2017?" Here's what they had to say.

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TOP 5 EXPERIENCES IN BERGEN

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Séjours au vietnam @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

Super chouette article ! Les photos sont subimes avec une très bonne qualité d'image ! On apprend beaucoup de chose plus qu'utile pour un séjour au Vietnam avec des "bons plans" à ne pas oublier ! Merci beaucoup pour ce partage et toutes ses informations précieuses !

Korea’s Launching A Grand Shopping Festival on 18 January

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Let’s Stop Encouraging The “Counting Countries” Style of Traveling

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

Before I started traveling nearly full-time, the measure of my travel experiences was always summed up by the number of countries I had crossed off. Lately, I’ve begun realizing how meaningless that number actually is. Let me clarify that this isn’t a stab at knowing how many countries you’ve been to, but the mindset of… Read More Let’s Stop Encouraging The “Counting Countries” Style of Traveling

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Travel Resolutions Filipinos are Embracing This 2018

by Joser Ferreras @ TripZilla Philippines

Because no traveller is perfect.

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Skiing For A Week In Les Arc, France

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

I had one week off work between Christmas and New Years Eve 2017, with no where to go. We were holding out to see what snow conditions would be like in the Alps this year, and luckily for us, we were in luck. Snow had already started falling in early December, and significant amounts of ... [Read more...]

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Joy Mendiola @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

Vietnam is one of our list to visit. Hopefully soon. Thanks you for sharing your adventure.

Travel Opportunities Filipinos Can Look Forward to This 2018

by Joser Ferreras @ TripZilla Philippines

Better save up!

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Culture in Sydney on a Budget

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

Culture in Sydney on a Budget Sydney Harbour Bridge, CC BY-SA 2.0 by Alex Johnson No doubt that even finding cheap flight deals; you just spent around $1500 flying to the great land down under. G’day. Chances are you’ve also flown into Australia’s largest city, the beautiful Sydney but that doesn’t make up for the […]

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Thieves Are Targeting Luggage in Hong Kong’s Airport Buses

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Visiting the Jim Thompson House in Bangkok

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

If you have more than a few days in Bangkok, include the Jim Thompson House in your itinerary. It is definitely one of the must-sees in the Thai capital.

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Where to go in Rwanda: Destinations You Just Can’t Miss

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

Just a decade ago, a visit to Rwanda was not on many travelers’ bucket lists. This tiny African nation suffered tremendously following the events of the 1994 genocide, but a great sense of unity and many successful government policies have driven the country out of despair and into prosperity. Slowly but surely Rwanda reclaimed its […]

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How Much Money Do I Need For Hong Kong?

by Guest Travel Writer @ Travel Happy

Hong Kong has it all – heavenly food, high-octane nightlife, striking architecture and top shopping all laced with heaps of culture and tradition. There are plenty of ways to spend a fortune, but Lee Cobaj explains how Hong Kong doesn’t have to be prohibitively expensive Hong Kong © barbara-pictures Compared to its SE Asian neighbours, […]

12 Best Things to Do & Places to Visit in Hoi An

by Sarah W @ TripZilla Magazine

How Many Days of Leave Do You Get Compared to Other Countries?

by Lydia Lee @ TripZilla Magazine

Best Places to Travel Solo: Ireland

by Hannah Logan @ Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

The Cliffs of Moher, pints of Guinness, myths and legends, and the greenest grass you have ever seen; Ireland is somewhere every traveller should visit at least once in their lifetime. Already on your list but you can’t convince your…

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WHEN AND WHERE TO TRAVEL: 2017 sorted!

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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How Many Days of Leave Do You Get Compared to Other Countries?

by Lydia Lee @ TripZilla Magazine

The Best Mexico City Bookstores for Books in English

by Amy @ Page Traveller

I have an addiction. I arrive in a new city and plan to see the sights, but when I stumble across a bookshop en route, I can’t help but pop in “for five minutes”. Several hours later, I leave with my purse much lighter and my backpack significantly heavier. Yet, despite my lack of Spanish, this has not stopped me... Read more »

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Japan and my unpredictable adventure

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

By Tahlia Crinis, Peregrine Travel Qld Blogger winner 2017 – open category If you’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting Japan, you’ll understand when I say it’s the land of the unpredictable. Just when you think you’ve got Japan all figured out, it has a way of producing something completely unexpect...

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Why Now is the Best Time to Plot Your 2018 Travel Goals

by Joser Ferreras @ TripZilla Philippines

Start planning!

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How to get around Singapore — 6 means of transportation in Singapore for tourists

by Rose Nguyen @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

With a wide network of stations located across the city, MRT seems to be an absolutely perfect solution for traveling in Singapore. However, there are still other vehicles in the city that you can use in other cases such as taxis, buses, or rental cars, motorcycles or even walk. With the range of only 50 […]

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Guide to Bali: Budget Planning & Travel Tips

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

After lugging my backpack around Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, I had finally reached the last destination on my backpacking bucket list. I had finally arrived in Bali! So, after all my previous ‘travel advice’ posts, this is the final one: my guide to Bali, Indonesia. I couldn’t wait to go to surf school, laze on the beach all day... Read more »

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Dolomites Alta Via 2 Stage 2: Plosehütte to Genova-Schlüterhütte

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

I tend to have trouble sleeping in new places and this night was no different despite desperately wanting to after that tough first day’s trek. Today was Stage 2 of the Alta Via 2 route in the Dolomites, trekking from Rifugio Plose (Plosehütte) to Rifugio Genova (Schlüterhütte). We opened the doors of the hut to ... [Read more...]

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FIRST TIME TRAVELING SOLO IN SAIGON, VIETNAM

FIRST TIME TRAVELING SOLO IN SAIGON, VIETNAM


the young and frivolous roamer

Almost everything about this trip was spontaneous – destinations, flights, accommodation, midday indulgence in a downtown coffee shop, late night dancing (or should I say twisting and twirlin…

7 Farms to Visit in Malaysia With Your Whole Family

by Adrian Chew @ TripZilla Magazine

Tales of a Solo Traveler: What I Learned From Getting Food Poisoning in Malaysia

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Solo travel is not easy. Things not only can, but will go wrong, and it’s up to you to decide how you’re going to handle it. Here’s a story about a perfect plan gone awry during my last trip to Southeast Asia as a solo traveler and what I learned about myself in the process. … Continue Reading

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FIRST TIME TRAVELING SOLO IN SAIGON, VIETNAM

FIRST TIME TRAVELING SOLO IN SAIGON, VIETNAM

by wingyinfor @ the young and frivolous roamer

Almost everything about this trip was spontaneous – destinations, flights, accommodation, midday indulgence in a downtown coffee shop, late night dancing (or should I say twisting and twirling) to improvised jazz performed by a prestigious Vietnamese musician – nothing was the same as anticipated. Skeptical about my capability of self-defense and vigilance, most of my […]

Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Aika @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

I believe these are the cheapest amongst the hostels around but all of them looks so clean, beautiful and serene i thought yiu were just kidding. This is a much needed list for travellers!

23 Best Things to Do & Places to Go in Hong Kong

by Darren Yeoh @ TripZilla Magazine

DIY Itinerary and Travel Guide: 3D2N in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - iWander. iExperience. iKwento

DIY Itinerary and Travel Guide: 3D2N in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - iWander. iExperience. iKwento


iWander. iExperience. iKwento

Here's a do-it-yourself for 3D2N in Ho Chi Minh City itinerary and travel guide. Places to see, stay, and eat. Things to see and do in Saigon.

Top Shopping Malls in Kuala Lumpur

by Alestra @ TripZilla Magazine

12 Years Of Travel: Perhentian Kecil Beach, Perhentian Islands, Malaysia

by Chris Mitchell @ Travel Happy

Malaysia’s Perhentian Islands are a backpacker haven with great beaches and cheap scuba diving Perhentian Kecil Beach, Perhentian Islands, Malaysia 28 June 2006, 9 Years Ago This Week: I’d been commissioned to write a story about diving in the Perhentian Islands by Asian Diver magazine – while it’s a bit of a trek to get […]

Why Middle Eastern Airlines are Increasingly Becoming Millennials’ First Choice of Travel

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Timisoara / Temesvar, Romania

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Timisoara / Temesvar, Romania

The Hidden Gem of the Pacific – New Caledonia Travel Guide

by thetouristoflife @ The Tourist Of Life

New Caledonia, also called Kanaky by its Melanesian inhabitants, is a tropical paradise with a cosmopolitan flair.

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Travelling in Kuala Lumpur With Kids

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

When going on vacation, taking your kids with you can truly be a nightmare – wondering if the hotel will have everything you need, stressing when everyone in the restaurant is looking at the scene they’re causing, fretting over whether...

CUATRO ISLAS: DIY Budget Travel Guide + Itinerary To The Hidden Treasures Of Inopacan Leyte

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

CUATRO ISLAS - Uncover the secrets of these four islands in Inopacan Leyte with the help of this DIY Budget Travel Guide.

A Singaporean’s Guide to the Work and Holiday Visa Programme in Australia

by Amira Rahmat @ TripZilla Magazine

A Study Reveals Singapore As The Most Expensive Holiday Destination – But Is This True?

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Travel For Women | Cultural Immersion | Guided MissDirection

Travel For Women | Cultural Immersion | Guided MissDirection


Travel For Women | Cultural Immersion | Guided MissDirection

Guided MissDirection is a travel company designed exclusively for women. Our all-planned small group tours allow for safe culturally immersive adventures!

Jakarta, Indonesia

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Jakarta, Indonesia

Tips for trekking the Dolomites Alta Via routes

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

Having now experienced part of the Alta Via 2 route on the Dolomites, and lived to tell the tale, here’s what I’ve learnt from my trip. Be sure to bring a guidebook with you. We used the Gillian Price book “Trekking in the Dolomites” and would highly recommend it. Buy a Tabacco map, either before ... [Read more...]

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Tamshuk @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

Thank you for this post. I am planning to travel to Vietnam later this year and I really needed a list like this. I will definitely refer this post to decide on my accommodations there

5 of SAIGON’S BEST HIDDEN COCKTAIL BARS

by Steven @ The Hungry Suitcase

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is a place of surprises, much of them elusive to first-time visitors with just a few days on the ground. Though a bit challenging at first, Ho Chi Minh City eventually became our favorite city in the world and a base for many of our adventures in the Southeast Asian region. It’s also a pretty great place to go out and grab a drink, whether it’s a Monday or Saturday, Saigon’s music venues, breathtaking rooftop bars, and tiny neighborhood spots are buzzing.

Unlike the more world famous, easy-to-find spots of Bangkok and Shanghai, Saigon is a city of tight neighborhoods which unveil themselves only to those intrepid enough to explore the tiniest, faintest lines on the map. Saigon doesn’t have a Times Square or Pudong. It’s a megacity comprised of small, distinct districts and alleys. Perch ... Read More »

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Why Japan’s Suicide Forest Should Not Be Considered a Tourist Attraction

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

21 Best Life Changing and Motivational Books To Read

by Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Reading can truly bring us to places. It can also inspire us and bring the best out of people even during the darkest times in their lives. Books are like personal mentors. They build us. They help us see the wrong and the right in the things that we are doing in life. Books are words of wisdom intricately designed ...

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Yangon, Myanmar

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Yangon, Myanmar

TripZilla’s Picks: Top 18 Travel Destinations for 2018

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

25 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE TRAVELING IN VIETNAM - The Hungry Suitcase

25 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE TRAVELING IN VIETNAM - The Hungry Suitcase


The Hungry Suitcase

Thailand enjoys a 50% return rate for foreign tourists. In contrast, Vietnam only pulls back 5% of visitors.Personally, I feel that Vietnam walks all over Thailand in almost every travel category except beaches. So, why do so many people have such bad experiences and never return to Vietnam?I hope the list I have made below helps out first-time visitors. It may seem cynical and anti-Vietnamese. It’s not. I love this country; I want you to love it, too. I’d just like to alert travelers to beware of the common first-time mistakes that may sour their experience of the local people and the country overall.Do your homework, know what to expect, and this is the most rewarding country in Southeast Asia to explore.Here goes:-1-TAKE YOUR VISA SERIOUSLY, VERY SERIOUSLY INDEEDYes, it seems like common sense, but I have seen tourists turned ... Read More »

A Whirlwind New York City Trip: Part 1

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

So I’ve already written about the wonderful experience that was the 2017 New York Marathon, but let me just go back and fill in the rest of the gaps in my whirlwind 4 day New York trip. I’ve been to New York only one other time before, and that too was for a 4 day ... [Read more...]

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Guide to The Best Shopping Spots in Singapore

by Stephanie Lauw @ TripZilla Magazine

7 Festivals in Myanmar That You Should Not Miss

by Zaw Ye Naing @ TripZilla Magazine

The 5 Best Night Markets in Taipei

by Bill @ The Hungry Suitcase

Taipei is inarguably one of the top street food cities in the world. Taiwan is known as the land of snacks: they have literally invented and re-invented genre after genre of snack food over the years. From pearl tea to fried chicken, the Taiwanese are all about inventing and perfecting the ultimate snack foods. Think Chinese-influenced foods created with the ingenuity and dedication to perfection that (you would think) only the Japanese would bring. While Taipei isn’t quite as famous with local Taiwanese as Tainan for their snack culture, they’ve got it covered and will most likely be your first stop in Taiwan. The sheer volume of street food options available alone are enough but, matched with the quality and price of the food available on the streets, it’s pretty much unbeatable. The catch with Taipei street food though, is ... Read More »

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Florida Everglades Open for Business After Hurricane Irma

by Solo Travel Girl @ Solo Travel Girl

My eyes watered with sadness as I drove through Everglades City on my way to Chokoloskee and spied the piles of debris sitting by the road, eyed blue tarps, and saw some closed businesses with obvious damage. These manmade hills were made of toilets, bedding, and a mish-mash of what were once personal effects and home fixtures damaged by the storm’s fury waiting to be hauled away, more than two months following the storm. It was a sad scene to absorb.

8 of the Best Cafes in Hanoi

by Bill @ The Hungry Suitcase

The big cities in Vietnam have a cafe culture that is virtually unknown to the rest of the world. Don’t expect a Chemex of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe with hints of blueberry and strawberry or an Aeropressed Kenyan. You might be able to locate one eventually, but not before tripping over scores of cafes serving up tumblers of coffee so dark it looks like used motor oil and smells like the most intense mocha you’ve ever had. It’s no secret that we love Vietnamese coffee and as a follow up to our very popular Saigon cafes list, we offer a list of some of our favorites in the northern capital city. Also be sure to check out our handy guide to ordering coffee in Vietnam.

So, in the event that you can’t find this guy rolling around town, keep scrolling and we’ve got ... Read More »

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CATCH UP WITH KATE: NAMIBIA

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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PHUKET PHOTO DIARY

PHUKET PHOTO DIARY

by wingyinfor @ the young and frivolous roamer

Grabbing our passports, budget flight tickets and sloppily-packed suitcases, my friends and I headed to Phuket, Thailand in early June for a one-week summer vacation. Severely aquaphobic and unable to swim (or even float), my vacation consisted of mainly onshore activities – sunbathing (almost got sunburnt), afternoon naps in the shades of coconut trees and […]

How I Spent 3 Days in the Secret Paradise of Port Barton in Palawan

by Paolo Rellama @ TripZilla Philippines

We present to you, Port Barton!

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San Fermin – More than the Running of the Bulls

by Mattea Kearney @ Blog : Backpacker Accommodation | Barcelona Youth Hostel | Hostels in Trinidad | Hostels in Tel Aviv

     Get ready to get wild. We’ve all heard about the glorious event that is the running of the bulls. Thousands of tourists being chased down little Spanish streets by a parade of bulls. But the running of the bulls is only one component of a much bigger festival: San Fermín. Festivities commence with read more »

How Many Days of Leave Do You Get Compared to Other Countries?

by Lydia Lee @ TripZilla Magazine

9 Helpful Tips For Your Trip to Parque Tayrona

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Parque Tayrona is a nationally protected park in Northern Colombia sandwiched between the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta Mountains and the Carribean Sea. It’s known for its lush jungle and wild coastline of virtually untouched beaches. Although many of the beaches between the park entrance and Cabo San Juan are frequented by tourists, they are only accessible … Continue Reading

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DUMAGUETE + NEGROS TRAVEL GUIDE (Budget + Itinerary)

by thepinay solobackpacker @ The Pinay Solo Backpacker

Dumaguete City in Negros Oriental has long been a tourist-magnet.  It is one of the more popular spots for expats who wish to retire in the Philippines.  The bustling city is home to the scenic Siliman University, the oldest American private university in the country.  Dumaguete City is dubbed as a University town because a large percentage of its population …

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Things To Do in Cebu City: Where To Sleep, What To Do

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

Our last trip to Visayas, one of the Philippines’ main islands, was indeed an adventurous one! We visited different provinces including Cebu, Dumaguete, and Siquijor. It was our second time visiting Cebu City. On our first time visiting this beautiful city in Visayas, we didn’t have so much time to explore it. But luckily, this […]

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How to Bargain in Vietnam

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

How to Bargain in Vietnam A guest post by Jim from Asia Marvels Many travellers in Vietnam are so afraid of paying more than they should that they forget to enjoy their trip. Here is some insight into bargaining in Vietnam to make your time here easier. The first thing you should know about bargaining […]

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A Letter to Kyrgyzstan: One of the Best Places I’ve Ever Visited

by Hannah Magsayo @ TripZilla Philippines

Oh, Kyrgyzstan.

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Adventures 2018-19

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

Plan your next adventure. Click on the cover of your choice and download it. We look forward to sending you away!  ...

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2017: Seven Memorable Trips of the Year

by RJ Abellera @ iWander. iExperience. iKwento

Some unplanned trips this year made me leave my day job in Cebu that led to a travel-filled second-half of 2017. This year started with the much-anticipated Sinulog Festival of Cebu City. Travel bloggers from Cebu and different cities usually have meet-ups before the parade or during street parties. The blogger-weekend continued with a staycation […]

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Solo Travel Tips: Budapest, Hungary

by Barbara Wagner @ Solitary Wanderer

Hungary should be in your list of countries to visit if you plan on backpacking in Europe. Here are some Budapest solo travel tips from Jet-settera.

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DIY Guide to Halong Bay: Dodge the Crowds & Get More Bang For Your Dong!

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

If you’re planning a trip to Vietnam, chances are that the UNESCO World Heritage site of Halong Bay is on your itinerary… and so it should be! Made up of around 2000 limestone islands, Halong Bay is just a stone’s throw away from Hanoi. A few clicks on your favourite search engine will suffice to understand […]

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Swayam Tiwariswa @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

I am happy to see Vietnam emerge as a travel destination considering the fact that it is overshadowed by some of the more popular travel destinations. Are the prices in US Dollars? And, would you guys be interested in tying up with me here in India?

New Year’s Eve in the Netherlands | Dodging Fireworks in Den Haag

New Year’s Eve in the Netherlands | Dodging Fireworks in Den Haag

by Amy @ Page Traveller

This year I literally saw in the New Year with a bang, as I celebrated New Year’s Eve in the Netherlands visiting a friend in Den Haag. She had warned me about a few odd Dutch traditions for New Year, but I was unprepared for the level of crazy my New Year celebrations in the Netherlands would bring! Here are... Read more »

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18 Must-Visit Street Markets in Hong Kong

by Darren Yeoh @ TripZilla Magazine

My Favorite Hostels in Vietnam - Be My Travel Muse

My Favorite Hostels in Vietnam - Be My Travel Muse


Be My Travel Muse

The best hostels in Vietnam, from a girl who has spent the better part of 2 years exploring Southeast Asia, spending one full month in Vietnam.

Here’s Why You Should Consider Taking More Trips on High Speed Rails Than Flights

by Lydia Lee @ TripZilla Magazine

5 Reasons Why Tokyo is Great for Solo Travelers

by Lena @ Solitary Wanderer

Is Tokyo great for solo travelers? Yes, according to Lena of The Social Travel Experiment blog. Here are 5 reasons why it's recommended to go to Tokyo by yourself.

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MASASA BEACH: DIY Budget Travel Guide + Itinerary & Its Sad Story

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

DIY Guide to Masasa Beach. Contains information about budget, itinerary, where to stay, how to get there and other useful information.

Solo Travel Destination: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Solo Travel Destination: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


Solo Traveler

This Solo Travel Society member offers her top ten things to see and do in Ho Chi Minh City.

3 Things to Consider Before Renewing COE of Your ROPC/OPC

by Contact us @ DirectAsia Insurance

With the high expenses of owning a car in Singapore, many people consider renewing their COE instead of buying a brand new car. Cars under the Off-Peak Car scheme (OPC) and the Revised Off-Peak Car (ROPC) schemes cannot be driven from Mondays to Fridays from 7 am to 7 pm, except during Singaporean public holidays. […]

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Solo journeys is not about loneliness

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

Lovers are not alone, and a real lover never destroys your aloneness. He will always be totally respectful toward your individuality, toward your aloneness. It is sacred. –Osho They said that no trip to India will be complete without getting diarrhea – which is what happened to me on my last day in Bangalore (also … Continue reading »

Reactie op 7 Of My Favorite Moments In Iceland door RosieBaillie

by RosieBaillie @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

Yes we did, and it was amazing. We were really lucky because the weather was bad most of the time we were there. It surprised me that in real life they don't often look as bright and vibrant as you see on TV or in photos.

10 Reasons Why Bhutan Should Be On Your Travel Bucket List

by highheelsandabackpack @ www.highheelsandabackpack.com

With less than 29,000 international visitors each year, the mysterious Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is one of the least visited countries in the world. It is a nation that sparks the intrigue of many an intrepid adventurer. Captivated by the allure of the road less traveled, a land fabled to be occupied by dragons, magic, and […]

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From Townsville to Sydney Australia

by Kate @ Where In The World Is Kate

After visiting Port Douglas, Cairns, Mission Beach, Airlie Beach, and Whitsunday Islands, our perfect Australian vacation was about to end. Townsville and then on to Sydney, my last stop before arriving back in Seattle. I wasn’t ready to leave Austrailia and my romantic Australian holiday. But my flight was departing the next day; I had […]

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5 Best Low Cost Long-Haul Airlines for Budget Travellers

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

A Singaporean’s Guide to the Work and Holiday Visa Programme in Australia

by Amira Rahmat @ TripZilla Magazine

The Backpacker’s Guide To Granada, Nicaragua

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

If one can fight through the unbearable heat of Granada, then there’s a lot to enjoy about this laid-back colonial town in Nicaragua. About an hour away from Managua, it is one of the go-to destinations for travelers flying in. Similar to how most travelers skip Guatemala City and go straight to Antigua, most travelers… Read More The Backpacker’s Guide To Granada, Nicaragua

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San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago

Radical Change

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

Text and photos by Prime Sarmiento   I celebrated my first Chinese New Year in a country which, despite its sizable ethnic Chinese population, has no Chinatown to speak of.  Nevertheless, the first day of the CNY was declared a public holiday (not that I benefitted from it as I was on holiday duty). Most … Continue reading »

10 Reasons to Visit Ho Chi Minh City Now

10 Reasons to Visit Ho Chi Minh City Now


Condé Nast Traveler

If you're visiting Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, take the time to visit these ten hot spots, spanning cafes, historic buildings, and temples.

The Best of Ho Chi Minh City in 1 Day - Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

The Best of Ho Chi Minh City in 1 Day - Eat Sleep Breathe Travel


Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

Headed to the capital of Vietnam but short on time? Not to worry, I've got you covered. Here is the best of Ho Chi Minh City in 1 day.

Reactie op 7 Of My Favorite Moments In Iceland door RosieBaillie

by RosieBaillie @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

Beautiful photos. I went to Iceland in December, and would love to go back in the summer months to see the contrast. Since we went in the middle of winter and didn't hire a car, there was so much we didn't have chance to see. The Fjadrargljufur Canyon looks breathtaking and so huge.

KALANGGAMAN ISLAND: Budget Travel Guide + Itinerary & Why It’s More Than Just The Sandbar

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

Kalanggaman Island Travel Guide complete with info on how to get there, budget, itinerary and useful tips.

Jeepneys – Getting Around Manila

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Cheap flights to Manila are easy to find if you book them in advance, but the difficulty arises when you get there. Metro Manila is arguably the most densely populated stretch of land anywhere on Earth, and if you thought...

Bagan, Myanmar

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Bagan, Myanmar

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

5 Wholesome Things To Do In Amsterdam

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

I know this blog is called “the partying traveler” and Amsterdam has a reputation for being one of the world’s top party destinations, but I figured every other blog out there has already beaten Amsterdam’s party scene into the ground. Amsterdam’s red light district, hookers, and weed are definitely the first things that come to… Read More 5 Wholesome Things To Do In Amsterdam

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Jet Journal Is A Must-Have App For Any Traveler

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

As much as I love winging trips and choosing my adventures on the fly, I have to admit that I waste a lot of time wondering what I should do once I actually get to my destination. It would save a lot of sitting around if I could effortlessly plan my trip ahead of time.… Read More Jet Journal Is A Must-Have App For Any Traveler

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How Motorcycle Riders Can Keep Cool in Hot Weather

by Contact us @ DirectAsia Insurance

One of the downsides of using a motorcycle is that you are exposed to all the elements. Heat, rain, and humidity are some of the conditions motorcycle riders have to adapt to in Singapore’s tropical climate. With hot weather more common this time of year, we are listing down some tips to keep you cool […]

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DIY Itinerary and Travel Guide: 4D3N Bangkok for First Timers

by RJ Abellera @ iWander. iExperience. iKwento

Bangkok is a backpacker haven and it’s commonly the initiation for aspiring backpacker travelers. You might wave your white flag when the city’s culture bit you but I’m sure you’ll enjoy its crazy vibe and offerings. I know a friend who immediately got out of Bangkok after his first night on his first-time visit to […]

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Unique Christmas Gift: Save Snowmen From Extinction and Give Earth a Fighting Chance

Unique Christmas Gift: Save Snowmen From Extinction and Give Earth a Fighting Chance

by Solo Travel Girl @ Solo Travel Girl

I have a request of you this holiday season and hope you will join me in this crusade. Together, we MUST stop snowman extinction! Okay, that is a little silly, but seriously, the clock is running out in both days until Christmas and in the negative impact humans are making on our planet.

Thieves Are Targeting Luggage in Hong Kong’s Airport Buses

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Staying at the Gorilla Safari Lodge in Bwindi National Park in Uganda

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

Bwindi National Park is the premier destination for mountain gorilla tracking in Uganda. The park is home to over half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas and draws in thousands of visitors to the area. Those planning a visit to this area have lots of accommodation options. Every sector of the park has lodging […]

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TripZilla’s Picks: Top 7 Travel Blogs in Singapore for 2017

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

4 Things to Note When Renewing Your Motorcycle COE

by Contact us @ DirectAsia Insurance

Due to the price drop of motorcycle Certificate of Entitlement (COE) premiums within recent months, more and more Singaporeans are renewing their motorcycle COE – with 30 per cent more than the previous year. With higher capacity motorcycles facing steep Additional Registration Fees (ARF), it’s not as surprising to see why as well. However, there […]

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Humahuaca, Argentina

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Humahuaca, Argentina

2017 Destinations and 2018 Travel Goals

by Kate @ Where In The World Is Kate

When the new year begins, I try to revisit last year, and if I accomplished my goals.  In 2017, I went to most of the places on my 2017 Bucket List. I didn’t make it to Cuba because U.S. tourist, visa, and visitor rules changed because President Trump won the election and his US administration changed […]

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5 best rooftop bars in Ho Chi Minh City for a glamorous night with a view

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

If you want to enjoy Ho Chi Minh City night life at its best, don’t forget to visit a rooftop bar, overlooking the vibrant city. These are great places to meet friends to share the views with. Here are our 5 go to rooftop bars in Ho Chi Minh City. The Social Club & Pool […]

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Dolomites Alta Via 2 Stage 4: Rifugio Puez to Passo Gardena

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

Before reading this post, be sure to start from the beginning of this Dolomites series here. **** We awoke to completely different weather. The ground was still covered in snow of course, but the winds had died down, it was no longer snowing, and the sun was out. My sister and I decided to gulp ... [Read more...]

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Saigon: 2nd Most Popular City for Solo Travellers According to AirBnB | Student Exchange Vietnam| Internship & Study Abroad in Vietnam

Saigon: 2nd Most Popular City for Solo Travellers According to AirBnB | Student Exchange Vietnam| Internship & Study Abroad in Vietnam


Student Exchange Vietnam| Internship & Study Abroad in Vietnam

Terrific news coming: Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) is ranked the 2nd Most Popular City for Solo Travellers According to the most recent data from AirBnB .

Filandia: The Hidden Gem of Colombia’s Coffee Region

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Although Salento is the golden child of Colombia’s coffee region, there’s a little underrated town about 45 minutes away that deserves much more attention. This quaint pueblo is called Filandia, and is a must for anyone looking for an authentic experience in the Zona Cafetero region. It’s also much less frequented by foreigners than other … Continue Reading

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Why Middle Eastern Airlines are Increasingly Becoming Millennials’ First Choice of Travel

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

A different experience of El Nido

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

Want other plans in El Nido aside from the regular Tours A to D? After spending a few weeks in El Nido with One Life Adventures, we will share with you my most recent El Nido trip with Rachel. Here we break down other activities that are worth doing in one of the famous islands […]

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5 Best Egyptian Holiday Destinations for Sightseeing

by Jim Allen @ Where In The World Is Kate

Ever thought of traveling to the Egypt? Maybe not, because there is so much in the news about travel safety in this area. Maybe it’s worth reconsidering. Recently, I went to Egypt and never felt unsafe during my two weeks vacation. I want to share my 5 Best Egyptian Holiday Destinations for Sightseeing. I’m a […]

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The Best Books I Read in 2017

The Best Books I Read in 2017

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

You know that break I’ve been taking? It’s finally over. This year I have done what I haven’t done in five years: I’ve spent more time at home than I have abroad. Crazy, I know. At the start of the year on a trip to Tahiti, I made a promise to myself that I would take some time off exploring the world to explore other interests. As such, I’ve had a lot of time to read and this has led me to find some really positive-perspective books that I want to recommend. MILK AND HONEY BY RUPI KAUR If you haven’t already read this book then put on some clothes, get in your car and go buy it now (or just click the link – whatever is easiest). This is hands down one of the most soul-revealing books I have read. It makes you realise you’re not the only one, that someone else has been through that too. It leaves you with answers to questions you thought would forever be unanswered. It’s the kind of book you want two copies of: one to devour and ripe out the pages to put in frames around your living room and the other […]

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PHOTO DIARY: RIGA

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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Vietnam Highlight: Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam Highlight: Ho Chi Minh City


TOURLINA - Female Travel App - Buddy, Companion

Traveling Made Fun in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)     Old Meets New in Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, is still also given its colonial French name of Saigon, and the French inf…

How to Buy Wine in Sydney

by Roxana Oliver @ Where In The World Is Kate

There’s no way you haven’t heard the Latin saying “in vino veritas” which literally translates to “in wine, truth”. But what is the Veritas about where to get good vino in Australia? Since wine is regarded as one of the most popular alcoholic drinks, you have to pay attention to what wines you’re buying and […]

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12 Years Of Travel: Jawfish With Eggs, Derawan, Indonesia

by Chris Mitchell @ Travel Happy

Indonesian Borneo has several islands with some great scuba diving – there are plenty of surprises waiting underwater Jawfish with eggs, Borneo 2 June 2010, 5 Years Ago This Week: Jawfish are one of my favourite sea creatures – they live in vertical tunnels dug in the sand and peer out over the top with […]

Visiting Malapascua: Things To do In Malapascua

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

During our recent trip to Cebu, our first stop was Malapascua. It was our second time visiting Malapascua and it didn’t really disappoint us. It was so beautiful with nice weather for swimming and taking pictures. How to get to Malapascua If you are in Cebu, there are two ways to get to Malapascua- by […]

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12 Years Of Travel: Thames Barrier, Greenwich, London

by Chris Mitchell @ Travel Happy

London is steeped in history, but it’s also shaping the future of how we control the landscape Thames Barrier, Greenwich, London 10 June 2012, 3 Years Ago This Week: I spent a few days in Greenwich for my 40th birthday – it seemed appropriate to go back to the Source Of All Time as I […]

16 Travel Essentials to Buy From Daiso Before a Vacation

by Hafiza @ TripZilla Magazine

The Ultimate Guide to Mountain Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda, Uganda, and Congo

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

An opportunity to come face to face with the largest ape on the planet is an incredible experience worthy any bucket list. Mountain gorillas share 97% of their biological make-up with humans which makes them absolutely fascinating to observe in their natural habitat. Their population is divided between the forests of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park […]

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Top Shopping Malls in Kuala Lumpur

by Alestra @ TripZilla Magazine

The Best Value Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals for Travel Bloggers in 2017

by Amy @ Page Traveller

Oh yes, those all-American holidays Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are upon us! It’s the perfect time for travel addicts and travel bloggers (i.e. me) to take advantage of plummeting prices, so here is my personal wishlist of Black Friday travel deals, including gadgets, cheap flights and hotels, and even travel blogging courses: This post contains affiliate links, which means this... Read more »

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You’re Not Alone: You’re Solo!

by Janice @ Solo Traveler

Musings on solo travel. Thanks to our readers. Cheers to 2018!

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Oranjestad (Sint Eustatius), Caribbean Netherlands

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Oranjestad (Sint Eustatius), Caribbean Netherlands

A Traveler’s Guide To India On A Budget

by Cal Bailey @ The Budget Your Trip Blog

India is a popular destination for travelers around the world thanks to its beauty, ancient and modern wonders, and the pull of adventure.

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A Study Reveals Singapore As The Most Expensive Holiday Destination – But Is This True?

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide

Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide


Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

A comprehensive budget travel guide to the city of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam with tips and advice on things to do, see, ways to save money, and cost information.

Win the “Guess the Destination” Giveaway!

by Janice @ Solo Traveler

Some lucky solo traveler will win a fabulous New Year's gift from Exodus Travels and Solo Traveler.

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3 Days in Siem Reap – A Quick Getaway to Cambodia

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

I took a flight to Siem Reap without much planning. I just knew it was a friendly little town and decided to figure out what I am going to do there after I arrived. It wasn’t very difficult to come up...

TACLOBAN CITY TOUR: 3 Places You Shouldn’t Miss On Your Visit

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

This post contains The Top Places you should visit in Tacloban City along with useful travel tips.

MEMORABLE MYANMAR: GUEST POST BY KATE CHARLTON

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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A Year in Review (And a Needed Break)

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

As dawn broke on this year, I was excited for a fresh start. Last year, I dealt with panic attacks and anxiety from taking on too many projects, a breakup that left me heartbroken, and a mini-identity crisis from settling down. But that “greatest worst year of my life” set the stage for a year […]

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My Top Travel Fails of 2017

by Hannah Logan @ Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

Ah, the start of a new year. That magical time when you can look into a bright window of opportunities ahead, wipe your hands of the crap you dealt with the year before, and pray to anything that will listen…

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Cusco Travel Guide: What To Do in Cusco, Peru

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

Heading to Peru to go to Machu Picchu? Here's my Cusco travel guide to give you an idea of what else you can do in and outside the city.

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Here’s Why You Should Consider Taking More Trips on High Speed Rails Than Flights

by Lydia Lee @ TripZilla Magazine

A Distilled One-Bag Travel Gear List: The Best Products for Indefinite International Travel

by Nick @ SoloGuides

It’s 2018. There has never been an easier time to travel internationally with just one or two bags — a variety of products and services are available to make the experience as smooth as possible. At the same time, we are now completely overwhelmed with choices for clothing, electronics, and accessories. There are many great companies … Continue reading A Distilled One-Bag Travel Gear List: The Best Products for Indefinite International Travel

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Travel to Iran: 24 Tips for Your First Visit

by Dina Malyana @ TripZilla Magazine

The rise of the transatlantic budget airline – WOW, Norwegian & Level compared

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

The rise of the transatlantic budget airline – WOW, Norwegian & Level compared The cost of travelling from Europe to the United States and Canada (or vice-versa) is going down. The suggestion that budget airlines could start operating transatlantic flights has been around for a while but it’s only in the past year or so […]

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7 Muslim-Friendly Destinations for The Budget Traveller in 2018

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

10 Tips For Budding Travel Photographers

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

In response to requests throughout my trip for picture-taking and gear tips, I’ve compiled a list of insights that have helped me improve my photography related experiences throughout the past two months.

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List of the Best Hostels in Vietnam – From $6

List of the Best Hostels in Vietnam – From $6


Two Monkeys Travel Group

In this article, you will find the following - Best hostels in Hanoi; Best hostels in Sapa; Best hostels in Hue; Best hostels in Hoi An; Best hostels in Nha Tra(...)

Your Guide to Eco-friendly, Green and Natural Skin Care Products

by Michael Henri @ Drink Tea & Travel

This post was contributed by our Health and Wellness Travel Expert, Michael Henri. I wash my body 5-7 times a month. I should also mention that I do not use ‘traditional’ soap in the shower. Yes, I have a partner. No, she has no complaints about my cleanliness or odor. Hard to believe right? Alternative […]

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Leah Arique @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

Thank you guys for the info.i will be traveling alone to Vietnam on August 8 2016 staying in district 1 area I never been to Vietnam before so I need info on how to get around and what to do there?:)

Sibiu, Romania

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Sibiu, Romania

Ho Chi Minh City Walking Tour – You’ll find it’s more than a modern city

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Ho Chi Minh City – also known as Saigon – is no longer a strange destination for travellers visiting Vietnam. Arriving at Tan Son Nhat Airport, you are free to venture and explore a number of destinations in Vietnam, but believe me, don’t mistake Ho Chi Minh as another sprawling modern city without personality. With […]

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When To Go To Delhi – Avoiding the Extremes

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Though one of the oldest and most varied cities in the world, and easily the most fascinating places to visit in India, the extremity of Delhi’s weather may be off-putting for some tourists. While travelling through the immense metropolis taking...

Bedtime Stories | The Best Hostels in the World (And Some of the Worst)!

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

“You’ve slept in a lot of beds,” one of my oldest and best friends said to me a few weeks ago. When I gasped in offence, he was quick to add, “I mean, travelling, of course!” That got me thinking about all the places I have stayed on my travels: some the best hostels in the world, the comfiest of pillows and… some... Read more »

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Bonaire, Caribbean Netherlands

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Bonaire, Caribbean Netherlands

My Photo Journal: Urban Trekking Nathan Road In Hong Kong

by Jasmine Gui @ TripZilla Magazine

Two Months in Southeast Asia Itinerary | Backpacking on a Shoestring Budget

Two Months in Southeast Asia Itinerary | Backpacking on a Shoestring Budget

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

This post is a comprehensive travel guide to all the places I managed to squeeze into my two months in Southeast Asia, travelling solo and backpacking on a cheap shoestring budget – including a detailed itinerary, my travel diary entries and the entire route, broken down by country. Southeast Asia Travel Guide: Before You Go Before you set off on... Read more »

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Planning a Trip: Are You a Planner or a Panster?

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

There are lots of different ways to travel, but there are also some very different travelling styles, especially when it comes to planning a trip. Here are the two ends of the spectrum: the Planner (Stephanie Fox of Newcastle & Travel) and the Pantser (uhhh… yup, that would be me). Stephanie Fox: Newcastle & Travel – Planner! When it comes... Read more »

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Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Solitary Wanderer

Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Solitary Wanderer


Solitary Wanderer

Here are things you can do in Saigon (HCMC), Vietnam for a few days.

No Indonesia Visa Required For Citizens Of 45 Countries

by Chris Mitchell @ Travel Happy

The Indonesian Government recently announced citizens of forty five countries no longer need a tourist visa to enter Indonesia. Indonesia Immigration Stamp How Does Visa Free Entry To Indonesia Work? If you are a citizen of one of the countries listed below, arrive at one of the entry points below and proceed to Passport Control. […]

Solo Travel Tips: Austin, Texas

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

Heading stateside soon? Make sure to drop by Texas! Fellow blogger Dan Bagby provides this month's solo travel city guide to Austin.

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Staying Dry in Taiwan – When to Go!

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

In other holiday destinations, the drill is simple. You check the weather, the attractions and the hotels, you look for cheap flights, and then you go. With Taiwan, there’s one added step. Thanks to the many fantastic festivals that take...

5 Things to consider before you teach English in China

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

5 Things to consider before you teach English in China image via Brian Yap, CC BY-NC 2.0 A guest post by Dimitris Vlachos If you’re interested in teaching English in China, then you’re in for an exciting and rewarding adventure. As a company which specialises in helping people like you teach abroad, we understand what you’re […]

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New York for Pastry Lovers: The 10 Best Bakeries in NYC

New York for Pastry Lovers: The 10 Best Bakeries in NYC

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

On my recent fleeting visit to New York, I had just enough time to check out what was happening on the bakery scene in the city and sample my way around some old favourites. Below you will find my handpicked selection of the 10 best bakeries in NYC and what each of them specialises in to make over-the-counter ordering a breeze! Supermoon Bake House (The Cruffin) New on the scene and only open a few days before my arrival, the creator of the cruffin (an Aussie himself) has departed Mr Holmes Bakehouse (West Coast) and branched out on his own with Supermoon Bake House in the lower east side. Of course, the speciality is still the croissant-muffin hybrid “the cronut”, but you’ll have to arrive bang on opening time to get your hands on one. If you miss out, the croissants are really good in terms of technique and flavour, but be ready to flake the whole thing all over you. Bonus: the coffee is great thanks to some Aussie baristas. 120 Rivington Street, Lower East Side, New York Woops! Bakeshop (The Cuteness) Over in Williamsburg I came across this little gem of a place that I’ll admit, looked better than it […]

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Why Japan’s Suicide Forest Should Not Be Considered a Tourist Attraction

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

My Mom Says This Blog is Boring

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Last month, my mom told me she thought this blog was boring. “Where’s all the fun stuff? I want to see more photos of you traveling. I don’t care about these other updates.” “Mom, I live in Austin now. You know I’m not on the road that much,” I replied. “I know but still….I want […]

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What You Should Do If Your Car is Hit while Parked

by Contact us @ DirectAsia Insurance

One of the worst things for a car owner to encounter is to find their parked car damaged or scratched. This is especially frustrating and alarming when this happens to you for the first time. In this article, we will run through with you some of the things you should keep in mind if this […]

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Travelling the World as an Introvert: How I Coped

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

What difficulties might one face when travelling the world as an introvert? One traveller describes her personal experiences on a world trip and how at first, she ignored her needs and tried to be someone that she's not. Introversion is something that affects many people and in spite of the obvious challenges, this article proves that it is possible to fully enjoy travel as an introvert, you just need to listen to yourself...

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The Ultimate Vietnam Itinerary For Backpackers - The Partying Traveler

The Ultimate Vietnam Itinerary For Backpackers - The Partying Traveler


The Partying Traveler

For most people traveling to Vietnam, the question really isn’t about where to go, but about how long to stay somewhere. I went into Vietnam relatively blind, knowing only about Hanoi, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh, and Ha Long Bay. That doesn’t matter because within your first couple of days of backpacking in Vietnam, you… Read More The Ultimate Vietnam Itinerary For Backpackers

Travel is A Privilege & Not Everyone Can Travel As Much As You

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

12 Best Things to Do & Places to Visit in Hoi An

by Sarah W @ TripZilla Magazine

The World of Wanderlust Complete Guide to Paris

The World of Wanderlust Complete Guide to Paris

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

Paris is a city that captivates you in every sense of the world. A waft of fresh croissants as you walk past your local boulangerie, the texture sensation as you bite into your first macaron, the sounds of street buskers as you meander through the local fruit markets… and that is just day one. This complete guide to Paris will prepare you for the city of romance like you’ve never seen it before: through the lens of a wannabe Parisian who will guide you through the highlights of Paris and make your first experience a memorable one. Guide to Paris: Neighbourhoods Paris is sectioned into twenty arrondissements, also know as neighbourhoods. Each of these has their own unique appeal, but if you’re looking for the creme de la creme, check out the below: My favourite Hoods Le Marais – Currently my favourite neighbourhood to stay and play in for its’ effortlessly chic boutiques, an abundance of cafes and great cheap eats. Best enjoyed on a Saturday when the streets are packed with locals and a buzz fills the air. St Germain des Pres – The posh part of town and rightly so! Here you will find some of the most […]

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Ho Chi Minh Travel: 5 Saigon City Attractions You'll Love!

Ho Chi Minh Travel: 5 Saigon City Attractions You'll Love!


DirectAsia Insurance

Looking for things to do in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon)? Discover 5 of the very best, with this short guide to what is probably Vietnam's most vibrant city...

Reactie op How To Spend A Short Layover In Beijing door Celine Lai

by Celine Lai @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

Thanks! What was the tour company you used called?

Our Favourite Places In The World To Stargaze

by Mack & Laura @ Drink Tea & Travel

This post was contributed by our Couples Travel Experts, Mack & Laura. The night sky is magical. It captivates us, transports us, and makes us feel as though we are a part of something so much bigger than ourselves; it always has and it always will. Laura and I believe that spending a night beneath […]

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A useful 2 day itinerary for your trip to Ho Chi Minh City

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Most visitors spend around 2 days in Ho Chi Minh city, and although the city has a lot to offer, with a well designed itinerary you can certainly get a good taste of the city lifestyle and make the most of your time here. Here’s a list of things to do for your 2 day […]

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Christmas Tours of Italy

by Bryan @ The Budget Your Trip Blog

Italy makes a spectacular destination any time of the year, but for an even more magical experience, come during the Christmas season to join festivities celebrating the holiday season which date back for centuries. Lights are in the trees and there are decorations everywhere, just waiting for you in the most beautiful cities of Italy. During your Christmas Holidays in Italy you will make memories for a lifetime and you will bring back home the best traditional Christmas presents.

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Two Weeks in Cambodia | Travel Diary

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

OK, so if you’ve been keeping track then you’ll know that so far on my travel diary, I’ve done 10 days in Myanmar, one week in Laos. Next up in my Southeast Asian adventures is two weeks in Cambodia. I had been anticipating a trip to Cambodia ever since I first moved to Asia, so this part of my trip... Read more »

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The Secret Sauce Behind Scott’s Cheap Flights

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Scott Keyes turned a simple newsletter into a popular travel hacking site, Scott's Cheap Flights. In this interview, Scott tells us how he and his worldwide team find cheap flights using a combination of manpower and knowledge of industry trends. Every flight is hand-searched!

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Nikon KeyMission 180 And 70: The Next Best Action Camera for Sailors

by Kach Medina @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

One month ago, Nikon sent us their action cameras to review, but I didn’t know where to use it for as we have three units of GoPros. If you’ve been following our adventure, you’ll know that we are now focused on our first sailing across the Caribbean. I’ve been focusing now on being a housewife (or shall I say boat ...

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Why Japan’s Suicide Forest Should Not Be Considered a Tourist Attraction

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Pomp and ceremony: the lowering of the flags

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

By Vanessa Mercer “HIN…DOOO…STAAAAAAN!” The crowd-warmer bellows into his microphone, whipping up the crowd into a chant as they surge into the stadium. In the outside carpark, small children sell merchandise: flags, visors, DVDs and photos. I’m here to see a couple of flags lowered and a gate close...

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10 FREE Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur for Travellers on A Budget

by Alestra @ TripZilla Magazine

SIEM REAP’S 10 BEST BARS: CLASSY, HIDDEN DIVES JUST OUTSIDE OF ANGKOR

by Steven @ The Hungry Suitcase

Every year I find myself in Siem Reap, Cambodia for a week. It’s inevitable, and always enjoyable.

Angkor Wat is, along with Bagan in Myanmar, one of the two most spectacular temple sites in Asia, if not the world. I’ve come back again and again with friends, or by myself. Although lately I barely spend time in the temples of Angkor Wat, I love the cafe and bar scene of nearby Siem Reap, a charming little French colonial town adjacent to Angkor that now serves as the tourist-amenity center of the region. Though a tourist town, it’s far from a tourist trap. There is something about the clear blue sky, slow clouds and that long twilight that I love here. And, there’s the drinks.

Pub Street is famous here. It is the center of Siem Reap and the fulcrum of activity in ... Read More »

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Discovering the capes and coastal gems of Prince Edward Island, Canada

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

Discovering the capes and coastal gems of Prince Edward Island by Jared Nusinoff Tourists venture out to Eastern Canada to experience the geographical beauty and tranquillity which makes this part of the country unique. Prince Edward Island is the smallest province in Canada, and a destination to experience the charm and beauty of a relaxed […]

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Reactie op The South Seas Hotel Miami door Carlos Rent

by Carlos Rent @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

These are wonderful photos! How do you made it! beautiful

One Day Of Walking in Verona, Italy

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

So if you’ve been reading my posts in sequence, you’ll have known that my Dolomites trip was cut short unexpectedly. My sister and I decided to take the opportunity to visit Verona instead, since (1) we knew the weather would be a lot warmer than the mountains; and (2) we could use it as a ... [Read more...]

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Top 10 best places to visit in Pattaya

by Angela Smith @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Pattaya is known as a place to party (of course with a good meaning). But it does not stop there, Pattaya also has a lot of things to do and to watch for the whole family in the wilderness of the city again. You can enjoy the impressive beauty of the city, sandy beaches, and […]

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12 Years Of Travel: Newquay Cliffs, Cornwall, UK

by Chris Mitchell @ Travel Happy

Famous for its burgeoning surfing scene, Newquay also has some stunningly beautiful scenic walks along its cliffs too. Newquay Cliffs, Cornwall 21 May 2013, 2 Years Ago This Week: Less than fifty miles from where I grew up, I’d never been to Newquay until this visit to see a friend who I’d first met in […]

8 Inspiration Ideas That Will Have You Booking Your Solo Trip Today

by Guest Writer @ TOURLINA – Female Travel App – Buddy, Companion

8 Inspiration Ideas That Will Have You Booking Your Solo Trip Today     Solo travel may sound like a crazy concept to some people. They wrinkle up their noses as they spit out the words; a bitter taste in their mouth that they disagree with. Just like your preferences in food, solo travel is […]

Top 10 Most Adventurous Trails in the World

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

A guest post by Rebecca If you love going on adventures and hiking, then we have the list for you! These trails listed below are challenging, beautiful and remote, and will definitely fulfil your need for some adventure! Below, we will share with you the top 10 trails we have found. Top 10 Most Adventurous […]

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Top night market in Bangkok — Top 5 best night markets in Bangkok you must-visit

by Emily Nguyen @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

The night markets in Bangkok will bring you a festive atmosphere with hundreds of products to choose, as well as snacks, bars and live music band to make people enjoy. This is one of the unique local cultures which you must definitely experience behind the glittering commercial center. Let’s discover top night market in Bangkok — […]

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Ho Chi Minh vs Hanoi: 6 highlights and you’ll get your perfect choice

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Finding reasons to love Vietnam is not a difficult task, especially when you look at the charming landscapes, sprawling beaches, mesmerizing mountains and unique scenery only found in Vietnam. With all this, it is easy to forget the big cities of Vietnam, such as Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. We are going to compare and […]

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2017 Travel Highlights: Our Top Destinations from 2017

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

2017 has been the most travel packed year for us yet. This year, we traveled all around the world, visiting 20 countries (13 of them we have never visited before) on 5 different continents.  With our new commitment to sustainable travel, we approached travel in 2017 from a slightly different perspective, focusing on making responsible […]

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7 Muslim-Friendly Destinations for The Budget Traveller in 2018

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Pic of the Week: Sarangkot, Nepal

by Tracey @ Solo Traveler

A Solo Travel Society member shares his view of the mountains in a photo taken in Sarangkot, Nepal, a popular location for watching sunrises and sunsets.

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A Visit to Colombia’s Coast: Costeño Beach & Palomino

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

Although Cartagena is the most popular seaside destination in Colombia, those looking for a quieter beach getaway head further north to Costeño Beach & Palomino. These relatively underdeveloped beach towns are home to stretches of rugged coastline, most of it completely untouched. You won’t find any resorts or big name hotels here, just small locally run … Continue Reading

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A 46km Walk Across Singapore Was My Year-End Vacation

by Eugene Ang @ TripZilla Magazine

Lost in Chiang Mai: A Personal View of How the City Has Changed in 5 Years

by Nikki Scott @ South East Asia Backpacker

Have you ever revisited a place only to find it completely transformed? This is how I felt recently upon revisiting Chiang Mai after being away from the city for five years. Chiang Mai had been the home for the SEA Backpacker Office and was personally my home for the best part of three years. During […]

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On a healing journey

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

Text and photos by Gypsy Prime   Most people won’t equate traveling to Kuala Lumpur as a spiritual journey. The Malaysian capital is not exactly famous for its temples or spiritual retreats. Like most cities in ASEAN, one usually go to KL to shop and eat and perhaps after you’re done with the eating and … Continue reading »

7 Things I Did In Miami

by thetouristoflife @ The Tourist Of Life

I can still pretend I’m in Miami, even though I’ve been home for a couple of weeks now.

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Safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the most popular safari destinations in all of Uganda. The park is renowned for diverse ecosystems and an abundance of wildlife and the Ishasha sector within the park is one of the few places in the world where you can spot tree climbing lions! Unlike other safari destinations […]

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My Ultimate Birthday Present – A Dinner and a Show at Moulin Rouge

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

‘So, I thought that maybe you want to go to Paris for your birthday?’ said my husband to me on one rainy, spring morning. Did I want to go to Paris? Of course I did! The last time I had...

12 Years Of Travel: Bangkok Canal Bike Ride

by Chris Mitchell @ Travel Happy

One of the best ways to see everyday Bangkok is to take a bike ride into the sprawling suburbs Bangkok Canal Bike Ride 21 June 2014, 1 Year Ago This Week: Most people greet the idea of cycling in Bangkok with some variation of “Are you insane?”. And while the city’s traffic can be dangerous, […]

Real Food Adventures: eat the world!

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

Moroccan Briouats – try at home first and then try on location! The recipe: Moroccan Briouats (pictured far right) Ingredients • 250g blanched almonds • 1 tsp ground cinnamon • 2 tsp flower water (orange blossom, rose water or lavender water are popular) • ½ cup butter, melted • cup brown sugar • 1 ...

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Notes from AWE 14: Why you need to follow your dreams

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

 Text and photos by Prime Sarmiento Yes I did spend a long weekend in Kota Kinabalu, but don’t ask me about climbing Mt. Kinabalu, or taking photos of orangutans in a rainforest reserve or about the happenin’ clubs in this city. Apart from drinking wine and listening to some live music during a Halloween party … Continue reading »

18 Must-Visit Street Markets in Hong Kong

by Darren Yeoh @ TripZilla Magazine

Sinulog Festival 2018 Schedule of Activities

by RJ Abellera @ iWander. iExperience. iKwento

Holiday season is over and most cities of the country go back to their regular programmings. But for Cebu City, the Queen City of the South, has the festivities still on high-spirits because of the annual Sinulog Festival. The much-awaited festival is celebrated in the entire month of January with its highlight activities on the […]

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Solo Travel Destination: Vancouver, Canada

by Guest @ Solo Traveler

A Solo Travel Society member finds that Vancouver offers many athletic activities to balance out all of the great dining and drinking options.

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The Musts of Eje Cafetero: Salento & the Cocora Valley

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

To me, visiting Eje Cafetero is about two things: nature and coffee. So when I arrived to the shining star of this region, Salento, those are the two things I set out to enjoy the most! This region produces the largest amount of Arabica variety in the world, and is said to cultivate some of, if … Continue Reading

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Top 5 hostels for backpackers in Saigon

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Hostels are the way to go for budget-oriented travelers. Visitors can enjoy full of services with small angles, affordable rates. the suggestions below will give you the perfect choice. The Common Room Project Bizarre in concept yet strangely nice in the way it brings it all together, The Common Room Project is where hotel meets […]

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Vietnam by the night train: Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi | Travel Feature

Vietnam by the night train: Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi | Travel Feature


Rough Guides

Find out the best way to explore this coastline using the Vietnam railways.

SINGAPORE | Singapore Hostels for Budget Travelers

by RJ Abellera @ iWander. iExperience. iKwento

Singapore is a prime destination in Southeast Asia and sometimes scares every traveler because of its cost of living.  But Singapore is not purely about luxurious hotel accommodations and fancy dining on Michelin-starred restaurants. Surprisingly, food is cheap with hawker centers scattered around the city-state. In addition, Singapore hostels make the backpacker scene less intimidated. With […]

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Brasov, Romania

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Brasov, Romania

TripZilla’s Picks: Top 7 Travel Blogs in Singapore for 2017

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Women Who Travel Solo: Solo Travel in Vietnam

Women Who Travel Solo: Solo Travel in Vietnam


Something In Her Ramblings

Female solo traveler Hannah Smith talks the ins and outs of traveling alone in Vietnam, from avoiding taxi scams in Ho Chi Minh City to the best way to visit the famous My Son ruins in this week's Women Who Travel Solo. How did you get started traveling? I went... #blog #vietnam #womenwhotravelsolo

One Day in Mumbai

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Mumbai is an ancient city, put together over thousands of years by hundreds of different groups of people, so trying to take it all in in one day seems like a herculean, if not completely stupid task! Visitors are always...

Top 10 Things To Do Around Bled

by Nam Cheah @ TOURLINA – Female Travel App – Buddy, Companion

Bled, Slovenia – 10 Best Things To Do   Bled is arguably the most famous place in Slovenia, with its picture perfect lake that manages to look good in every season and weather condition. Situated an hour from the capital Ljubljana and half an hour from the Triglav National Park, there is plenty to do […]

4 Amazing Waterfalls In Biliran That You Should See On Your Visit

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

Featured in this post are 4 stunning waterfalls found in the province of Biliran.

South Africa – 10 Best Things To Do

by Guest Writer @ TOURLINA – Female Travel App – Buddy, Companion

South Africa – 10 Best Things To Do   Zuid Afrika can offer you so much more than you can even imagine. If you’ve read countless travel magazines, articles, blogs and watched a million YouTube videos – trust me when I say, there is still so much more than that. Here are 10 things I […]

Solo Travel Guide: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Solo Travel Guide: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


SoloGuides

QUICK FACTS Also known as Saigon, this is the largest city in Vietnam, and is home to 7,750,000 residents. Despite its current size, Ho Chi Minh City began as a fishing village known as Prey Nokor. Nicknames: Pearl of the Far East, Big Market PRACTICAL INFORMATION Currency: Dong (VND). Spoken languages: Vietnamese. English is also widely spoken. Best time to … Continue reading Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide

The Best Buddha Quotes About Life

by Amy @ Page Traveller

Who else loves a good Buddha quote? *Raises hand* Yup, sometimes I just need a little pick-me-up from the B. Man. So, if you’re like me, then please enjoy this little compilation of the best Buddha quotes about life that have finally pulled me out of my blog slump. After #40days40blogs I kinda burnt out on blog writing. My week off turned into... Read more »

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Guide to The Best Shopping Spots in Singapore

by Stephanie Lauw @ TripZilla Magazine

Izmir, Turkey

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Izmir, Turkey

A 46km Walk Across Singapore Was My Year-End Vacation

by Eugene Ang @ TripZilla Magazine

Pangea Dreams Blogger Retreat: The Full Review

by Lauren Mae Pelkey @ Wanderluluu

When I first heard about the Pangea Dreams Blogger Retreats, they had never run one before. There were no reviews, testimonials, or alumni to ask questions to. I mean, it all sounded great: one week at a luxury villa in Bali, daily yoga, sunset dinners, photo shoots… but I thought to myself, am I really … Continue Reading

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Pet-Friendly Florida: I Stayed at a Red Roof PLUS+ Hotel and Cannot Believe the Experience I Had

by Solo Travel Girl @ Solo Travel Girl

Recently, I stayed at a Red Roof PLUS+ hotel and cannot believe the experience I had with my dog. Yes, I admit I am a bit jaded when it comes to hotels. When I was younger, I stayed in ratty roadside motels that were a little suspect. As I grew in my career and travel blogging, I have since stayed in a range of accommodations that can be described as simple to stately and plain to posh. 

World Travelers: Stop Being Pretentious Arseholes

by highheelsandabackpack @ www.highheelsandabackpack.com

  Athens, Greece – It’s Christmas day and I sit among a group of expats, international world travelers, and a general motley crew of individuals like myself that were unable to make it home to enjoy the festive period with their families. In an arguably less than traditional manner, we sit down to a Christmas […]

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Things To Do in One Day in Central Park, New York

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

Central Park is huge, but it doesn't mean you won't be able to appreciate it if you're only there for a short visit. Here's what I did there one winter day.

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SAMBAWAN ISLAND: Budget Travel Guide + Itinerary To One of Biliran’s Paradise Islands

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

Discover Sambawan Island with the help of this Travel Guide On a Budget complete with itinerary and travel tips.

A 46km Walk Across Singapore Was My Year-End Vacation

by Eugene Ang @ TripZilla Magazine

Door: Yvonne - The Tourist Of Life

by Yvonne - The Tourist Of Life @ Reacties op: The Solo Female Travelers Guide To Vietnam

Fun! I hope you'll have a great time in Vietnam!

Explore Croatia video

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

Are your ready to explore Split – Croatia? By Chris Milici Checkout Chris’ video which includes a dawn arrival in this beautiful city, a stroll through the old town and some great discoveries including some foodie delights! About Chris Chris is from Melbourne, Australia. Her love is travel and...

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What You Need to Know About Hiking Solo in Israel

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

If you love hiking, you should visit Israel. There are so many hiking trails here, and yes, hiking solo in Israel is safe and easy. Find out why.

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The Plant Quandary (or why sometimes a gypsy has to put down roots)

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

      By Prime Sarmiento I always knew that I need to have some potted plants in my flat. I know that I’m no green thumb but my interest on natural skin care, traditional forms of healing and environmentalism have nudged me to grow some potted herbs and flowers in my balcony (and perhaps … Continue reading »

Things That Surprised Us About Traveling to Rwanda

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

Up until recently, our only reference of Rwanda had been the tragic events of the 1994 genocide that swept the nation and put it on the map of the international community. Today, some 23 years later, Rwanda is once again getting a spotlight in international media. But this time, the reason is much more joyous. […]

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Best onsen in japan — Top 5 best onsen towns in Japan

by Angela Smith @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

If you are planning to go to a place and want to find an Japanese onsen (Japanese hot springs) place that fits your itinerary, there are plenty of options along the Japan country. Are you are looking for the best Japanese onsen? Let’s discover the famous and best onsen in Japan with top 5 best […]

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6 (Non-Millennial) Solo Female Travelers Share Their Travel Wisdom

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Solo female travel isn't just for millennials! In this column, Kristin Addis introduces us to some older solo female travelers who are following their dreams to see the world. These women come from all backgrounds and all walks of life, proving it's never too late to start traveling.

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Why Backpacking in Cuba is Different than Anywhere Else

by Bailey Busslinger @ The Budget Your Trip Blog

Only a couple of weeks ago I returned from a backpacking trip that was like no other I have ever been on, exploring the Caribbean island of Cuba! Arriving in Cuba was like taking a time machine back to the 1950’s, which is probably why travelling there was such a different experience - and such an unforgettable one.

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Sighisoara, Romania

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Sighisoara, Romania

Man vs. Dog. Why a Canine Companion is Better than a Human One.

by Solo Travel Girl @ Solo Travel Girl

Seemingly unlucky in love, am I better off with a canine companion than a man in my life? After spending Thanksgiving alone (by choice) I hopped in the car and headed to the Everglades for a couple of days with my dog in tow. Hours spent driving meant idle time which always gets my mind churning.

7 Festivals in Myanmar That You Should Not Miss

by Zaw Ye Naing @ TripZilla Magazine

Zagora, Morocco

by Budget Your Trip @ Budget Your Trip Recent Updates

Travel costs and prices for Zagora, Morocco

Solo Travel Tips: Lake Toba, Indonesia

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

There is something for everybody in Indonesia. In this month's Solo Travel City Guide, find out what it's like to travel alone in Lake Toba, Sumatra.

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Experiencing Traveler’s High in Nepal

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

There is a moment in every traveler's life when everything seems right, when everything seems perfect. This is the traveler's high, and I felt it in Nepal.

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Christmas Tours in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland

by Bryan @ The Budget Your Trip Blog

Come explore Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, home to imperial palaces and fairy-tale castles, Bavarian villages and Baroque cities, the mysterious Black Forest and the snow-capped Alps. This is storybook Europe, where half-timbered inns painted with festive flowers lean over quiet country roads, and the Gothic spires of castles rise from craggy bluffs above the Rhine River.

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List of the Best Luxury Hotels in Mexico

by Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Before you go, check out our Ultimate List of Best Luxury Hotels in Mexico for recommendations that include rates, locations, and great reviews. This article will help you with your stay! Browse through our best hotel finds in these top cities that cover: Mexico City | Guadalajara | Tijuana | Puebla | Ciudad Juárez | Monterrey. Mexico has always been ...

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Toi's Travel Home, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Toi's Travel Home, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


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Boasting a shared lounge, Toi's Travel Home is situated in Ho Chi Minh City and is a 17-minute walk from An Dong Plaza.

Eight Things You Didn’t Know About Hong Kong

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Sitting at the crossroads of East and West, Hong Kong is the real global city, and those looking for cheap flights to Hong Kong will not be disappointed. The city has a long history of catering to business travellers, and...

Hiking Volcan Pacaya near Antigua, Guatemala

by Eli, The Partying Traveler @ The Partying Traveler

Close to Antigua, a little over an hour's drive away depending on the traffic, is the less physically imposing but still pretty cool Volcan Pacaya.… Read More Hiking Volcan Pacaya near Antigua, Guatemala

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How to Order Coffee in Vietnam Like a Local

by Bill @ The Hungry Suitcase

Vietnam is a country that runs on coffee. There is a cafe on just about every block in Saigon and Hanoi and they’re packed most of the day with a mix of locals leisurely sipping away enjoying the day and others grabbing a quick fix on their way to wherever they’re headed. The cafe culture in Saigon is why it’s one of our favorite cities in the world. To see the list of our favorite Saigon cafes, check out our post on it.

Coffee is brewed differently in Vietnam. It’s sort of a mix between the French press and pourover methods and despite producing great coffee, it’s surprisingly “low tech”. You won’t see any chem-lab looking siphons or giant blown-glass drip towers. Coffee is brewed in a little metal filter called a “phin”. Grounds go in, water goes in, and coffee ... Read More »

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5 Benefits of Solo Travel and Why You Should Try It

by Contact us @ DirectAsia Insurance

From total spontaneity to not needing to accommodate anyone, travelling solo has great benefits. It might seem daunting at first, but trust us, you’ll be hooked after trying it. Here are the 5 benefits of solo travel and why you should try it: 1. Power of Choice Travelling with others means that you’ll have to take […]

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Nichi Chan @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

Thank you for this informative post ! Will travel to Vietnam on November and we were planning on taking backpacker's accomodation , not booking on a hotel . Will check on the named list above .

Solo Travel Destination: Sao Miguel, Portugal

by Tracey @ Solo Traveler

Here's how a member of the Solo Travel Society spent two enjoyable days on Sao Miguel, the main island of Portugal's Azores.

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Saigon to Angkor Wat Cycling

Saigon to Angkor Wat Cycling


REI

Bike from Vietnam to Cambodia with REI! Tour Saigon, Angkor Wat, Phnom Penh, and more on a fully-supported cycling trip.

Don’t Miss Saigon! | A Few Days in Ho Chi Minh City | Travel Diary

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

I had spent 10 days in Myanmar, only one week in Laos and then two weeks in Cambodia, but I had only set aside a few days to explore Ho Chi Minh City, also known fondly as Saigon. It was my second visit to Vietnam, having been to Hanoi and Ha Long Bay back in 2013, but I desperately wanted to... Read more »

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Miss Saigon – 72 Hours in Ho Chi Minh City

Miss Saigon – 72 Hours in Ho Chi Minh City


www.highheelsandabackpack.com

My solo trip through Vietnam started in the Southern Capital - Ho Chi Minh City, former Saigon. Though Vietnam is becoming an increasingly popular travel destination, the City still felt un-spoilt by

New destination: Cabo Verde

by James @ Blog : Backpacker Accommodation | Barcelona Youth Hostel | Hostels in Trinidad | Hostels in Tel Aviv

Here at Gomio we are happy to announce that we are continuously growing the amount of affordable accommodations that we can provide you. Recently we have added our first hostel to the list in Cabo Verde and we want to share with you our excitement. What better way to do so than to get out read more »

The Best Solo Hikes in the U.S.

by Nick @ SoloGuides

Hikers who appreciate solitude as they travel do not have to visit far-off places. Some of the best spots for a solo hike are right here in the USA. Check out these less-traveled trails for a memorable experience. Don’t forget your camera: you’ll want memories to treasure and share. Lost Lake Trail, Alaska This trail … Continue reading The Best Solo Hikes in the U.S.

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PHOTO DIARY: RUSSIA

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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New York Marathon 2017: Race Recap

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

The 2017 New York Marathon took place on the 6th of November, a couple of weeks ago. It still feels like a bit of a dream but I was there. Running! Participating in one of my dream races and my first non-European race! The problem with hype though, is that the reality rarely manages to ... [Read more...]

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Food Intolerance Isn’t The Same As Food Allergies– Here’s Why And Why You Should Get Tested

by Kach Medina @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Most of my life, I was having problems with my indigestion and stomach cramps. I thought it’s normal for me since I lasted this far having the same problem everytime I eat my favorite Menudo, Nilaga, and even every Filipino’s favorite breakfast– Pandesal (Just thinking about its delicious smell when it comes out from the bakery’s oven makes me crave ...

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Korea’s Launching A Grand Shopping Festival on 18 January

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Keeping Your Stuff Safe While Traveling

by Bryan @ The Budget Your Trip Blog

While you are traveling, either for business or pleasure, it is always important to keep your luggage and personal belongings safe. Theft is always a risk, but more often, sometimes things just get lost. Listed here are various ways to keep your belongings safe whenever you’re traveling.

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List of the Best Luxury Hotels in El Salvador

by Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Before you go, check out our Ultimate List of Best Luxury Hotels in El Salvador for recommendations that include rates, locations, and great reviews. This article will help you with your stay! Browse through our best hotel finds in these top cities that cover: San Salvador City | Santa Ana | San Miguel | El Cuco | Sonsonate | Suchitito ...

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Travel to Iran: 24 Tips for Your First Visit

by Dina Malyana @ TripZilla Magazine

Top Shopping Malls in Kuala Lumpur

by Alestra @ TripZilla Magazine

TripZilla’s Picks: Top 7 Travel Blogs in Singapore for 2017

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Barkada Travel Goals: 8 Must-Visit Asian Destinations This 2018

by Therese Sta. Maria @ TripZilla Philippines

Time to get your barkada inspired!

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My Favourite Quotes from Wild by Cheryl Strayed

by Amy @ Page Traveller

I’ve been quiet for a few months on this blog. This has been partly an intentional break and partly because I’ve struggled to find the right words to articulate the reasons behind my hiatus. However, if there are any words that can best describe the tumultuous swinging between wanderlust and a craving for home that I’ve been feeling, they can be... Read more »

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List of the Best Luxury Hotels in Honduras

by Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Before you go, check out our Ultimate List of Best Luxury Hotels in Honduras for recommendations that include rates, locations, and great reviews. This article will help you with your stay! Browse through our best hotel finds in these top cities that cover: Tegucigalpa, Honduras | San Pedro Sula, Honduras | La Ceiba, Honduras | Sula, Honduras. If you’re pressed ...

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Traveling Solo in Tallinn, Estonia

by Evan Kristine @ Solitary Wanderer

Have you been to Estonia? Tallinn, according to fellow blogger Pretty Wild World, is a good option for solo travelers. Here's her guest post about traveling there.

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A guide on choosing a hotel around Hanoi Old Quarter

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Choosing a hotel for your holidays always takes time. Especially when you have a long list of places to visit, you have to book a hotel that is easy for you to commute. When in Hanoi, due to its complicated traffic system and the position of famous tourist attractions, you should book a hotel around […]

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To Travel Or Not To Travel?

by Serene Leong @ TripZilla Magazine

Viking River Cruises: The Best Pick for First Time Cruisers

by Hannah Logan @ Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

Cruising is something that a lot of people are on the fence about. The idea of travelling by boat and exploring several destinations in a relaxing manor is enticing. However, it also comes with a few fears; boredom from being…

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5 Best Low Cost Long-Haul Airlines for Budget Travellers

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

16 Travel Essentials to Buy From Daiso Before a Vacation

by Hafiza @ TripZilla Magazine

Cyber Monday: All Books and Courses Up to 50% Off!

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

This Cyber Monday, all of my books and courses are up to 60% off! If you've ever thought about learning to blog, improving your writing or photography, or wanted to become a travel vlogger then you'll definitely want to check out this sale! There is something for everyone, but the sale won't last so don't wait!

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5 Tools You Should Always Have Ready in Your Car

by Contact us @ DirectAsia Insurance

As a car owner, vehicle maintenance should be right up there as one of your top priorities. However, car breakdowns and minor mishaps can happen to even the most well-maintained of cars. Luckily, you can troubleshoot common car issues pretty easily if you have the right tools. Here are five essential tools you should always […]

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Siem Reap for Romantics

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Flights to Siem Reap from Singapore run at just over two hours, so culturally minded couples who want to experience the biggest religious monument in the world have absolutely no excuse not to visit. Skiddoo.com.sg, an online travel agent with...

A Day Trip to Gozo, Malta

A Day Trip to Gozo, Malta

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

There’s no recommendation like that of a friend, so when an old school friend told me “you have got to go to Gozo” while in Malta, I took it as a challenge I was willing to accept. Like something out of a time-warped film set in Hollywood, this incredible island encapsulates everything Maltese living is about: sun, sea, and more sun!! Although I visited at the end of summer, the sun was scorching as the taxi driver translated the radio announcement to me: “the hottest day on record in a decade” he told me. Thank God, I thought to myself. So it isn’t just me… I’m not the only one melting into the abyss! We arrived at the bay area in Valletta and I almost threw myself into the shadiest seat on the boat, before the driver hit the engine and we made our way to Gozo. Arriving in Valletta The first thing to hit you in Valletta will be an overwhelming sense of wonder. Embrace it. The city is UNESCO World Heritage listed and presents one of the most awe-inspiring displays of architecture you will find anywhere in Europe. The church facades, statues and polished marble are just the beginning of this fabulous city that seems to reveal […]

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Make your loved ones feel special with MyPostcard

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

Traveling during special occasions can be both great and awful at the same time. It’s great because we get to spend our holidays, for example, with new people and we experience their culture and their own way of celebrating. But at the same time, feeling a little bit awful because we miss our family and […]

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by Sabine @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

So many hotels you've reviewed! It's so nice to compare a lot of different hotels. This mist be helpful for people that would like to stay over ther.le. I have never been there before but surely will check this post if I need a hotel :)

10 Tips For Traveling Solo in Varanasi, India

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

Interested in traveling solo in Varanasi, India? Here are 10 tips for solo female travelers, written by Claudia Tavani of My Adventures Across the World.

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SINGAPORE | Things to Do in Singapore for First Timers

by RJ Abellera @ iWander. iExperience. iKwento

Singapore is a quick international getaway for Filipinos. A lot of Filipino travelers even consider the country for their first overseas travel. With Singapore as a prime destination in the region, tons of activities are waiting to be discovered especially for Singapore first timers. Going through the immigration on my first Singapore trip was a […]

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Top 5 Entry-Level Continental Cars in Singapore

by Contact us @ DirectAsia Insurance

For most Singaporean car buyers, nothing beats the superior quality and advanced engineering that European manufactured cars can provide. However, most continental car models in the market are still quite expensive compared to similar Japanese/Korean car models that dominate Singapore. If you are on the hunt for affordable continental cars, we’ve compiled a list of […]

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Backpacking Route for Vietnam - MyFunkyTravel

Backpacking Route for Vietnam - MyFunkyTravel


MyFunkyTravel

Take a ride on the re-unification express as you head by train from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City with our budget friendly backpacking route for Vietnam.

Travel Nepal to Everest Base Camp

by Jim Allen @ Where In The World Is Kate

Nepal is a tiny country sandwiched between China and India. In September 2017, I experienced the ultimate hike, a 14-day trek in the Himalayas. The highlight of the trek was Everest Base Camp, about 17,600 feet above sea level. This trek was exhilarating and challenging, and for those who love the outdoors and hiking, this […]

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The Solo Female Traveler's Guide To Vietnam • The Blonde Abroad

The Solo Female Traveler's Guide To Vietnam • The Blonde Abroad


The Blonde Abroad

Whether you prefer to eat your heart out or embark on an adventure on the back of a motorbike, this solo female traveler's guide to Vietnam has you covered.

10 FREE Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur for Travellers on A Budget

by Alestra @ TripZilla Magazine

Christmas Gift Guide for Travellers: Top 20 Travel Gifts

Christmas Gift Guide for Travellers: Top 20 Travel Gifts

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

  1. I’m Outta Here Passport Cover Every traveller, myself included, will take any excuse to hit the road again and this passport cover is just the reminder you need that. When life gives you lemons, get outta here!    2. Paris Photo Print This print gives me so much nostalgia that it is as good as feeling like I’m back in Paris – the perfect print for any Paris lover.   3. Revolve Sunglasses Is your travel-loving friend heading on vacay? Get shady!   4. Cluse Watch One of my favourite things to do abroad is to switch off from my phone, which I usually leave behind for the day and play social media catch up in the evenings only. A watch is a great way to keep track of time, but still be present in your travels. 5. Trunk Side Table This year I’ve been spending more time at home (though that is about to drastically change) and have been adding worldly bits and pieces to my house that make me feel like an escape artist without even going anywhere! 6. Suede Boots Suede is perhaps the most impractical material for shoe-wear, but boy do these babies look […]

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Miami Sunrise

by thetouristoflife @ The Tourist Of Life

While dreaming sweet dreams my travelbuddy tries to wake my up by poking my leg.

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Reactie op How To Spend A Short Layover In Beijing door Yvonne - The Tourist Of Life

by Yvonne - The Tourist Of Life @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

Thank you Kristen! Have fun:-)

5 Romantic Getaway Spots in New England, USA

by Christine Culgin @ Drink Tea & Travel

This post was contributed by our Couples Travel Expert, Christine Culgin. Whether you’re living with your significant other, married, or just settling into a relationship, we all need to get away sometimes.  If you’re unfamiliar with New England (a conglomerate of six states in the Northeastern US), it might be time to familiarize yourself! The area is […]

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12 Years Of Travel: View From Cortona, Italy

by Chris Mitchell @ Travel Happy

Famous as the backdrop for the 2003 movie Under The Tuscan Sun, Cortona is a stunning medieval town perched above the surrounding countryside View from Cortona, Italy 11 June 2013, 2 Years Ago This Week: Despite the vast amount of information about every conceivable travel destination available, I still find myself occasionally stumbling upon places […]

7 Farms to Visit in Malaysia With Your Whole Family

by Adrian Chew @ TripZilla Magazine

Guide to The Best Shopping Spots in Singapore

by Stephanie Lauw @ TripZilla Magazine

A Journey Through Madagascar: Notes on the Privilege of Travel

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

We travelers are a lucky bunch. It's easy to forget just how privileged we are to be able to travel the world. The truth is, most people rarely even leave their own country, let alone visit destinations all over the globe. My recent visit to Madagascar reminded me that it's important to keep this perspective in mind, and to give back to organizations that help the places we visit.

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DIY Spiritual Retreat

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

  Text by Prime Sarmiento Photos courtesy of Aaron Chua/House of Kite Early this month, I spent a weekend in KL for a spiritual retreat. Or perhaps it is a magickal one? I don’t know. All I know is when I went there and experienced what I had to experience, I finally learned to let … Continue reading »

A Solo Female Traveler’s Weekend Guide to Ho Chi Minh City

A Solo Female Traveler’s Weekend Guide to Ho Chi Minh City


The Gypsy Gals

  Text and photos by Prime Sarmiento   I spent one weekend traveling to Ho Chi Minh city – which I believe is the perfect getaway place for this Asia-based solo female traveler. I l…

A Tale of Two Earthquakes in Mexico City

A Tale of Two Earthquakes in Mexico City

by Amy @ Page Traveller

So, in my short time in Mexico I have managed to survive not one, but two major earthquakes in Mexico City. Of course, there have always been earthquakes in Mexico City and in Mexico in general, but these were some of the biggest that the country has seen. This is the story about what happened to me during and after both of these huge... Read more »

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The South Seas Hotel Miami

by thetouristoflife @ The Tourist Of Life

After spending a few nights in a crappy hostel in Miami Beach it was time to move over to the South Seas Hotel.

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by ASKSonnie @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

This is an extensive list, with a price bet $ 5-10, the hostels are very affordable. The photos you shared are inviting too. Will revert back to this list when I visit Vietnam soon

Thieves Are Targeting Luggage in Hong Kong’s Airport Buses

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Tips for Solo Travel in Ho Chi Minh

Tips for Solo Travel in Ho Chi Minh


Gamintraveler

If you are planning to do a solo travel around Vietnam. Read our tips in Ho Chi Minh City. How to meet people and how to spend amazing time.

Things to do in Guatemala as a Solo Female Traveler

by Sam Townsend @ Drink Tea & Travel

This post was contributed by our Solo Female Travel Expert, Sam Townsend Guatemala is a small Central American country that is often missed off travel itineraries and overshadowed by its apparently safer and more publicized neighbours. However, having lived in Guatemala for over 9 months I have found it to be a treasure chest full of […]

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‘A STOP AT WILLOUGHBY’: THE TWILIGHT ZONE EPISODE THAT EXPLORES OUR NEED TO TRAVEL

by Steven @ The Hungry Suitcase

“a place around the bend where he could jump off”

Created during a time (1959-1964) when American television seemed eerily clean and domestic, The Twilight Zone challenged viewers to examine a possibility of uncertainty beyond the comforts and assumptions of contemporary life. It was my favorite thing on TV. One episode in particular always stuck with me- A Stop at Willoughby. It brings up questions. How could such a ‘successful’ man working in a New York tower and living in an upscale suburb be so miserable? Why would he dream of escaping to a sleepy village where the streets have no name and the children wear overalls and go fishing?

A STOP AT WILLOUGHBY is the story of an advertising executive named Gart. Gart feels endless pressure from his pugnacious boss and his minion-like coworkers at his New York City office during ... Read More »

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BABUYAN ISLANDS: A First-Timer’s Budget Travel Guide + Itinerary To The Hidden Jewels Of The Extreme North

BABUYAN ISLANDS: A First-Timer’s Budget Travel Guide + Itinerary To The Hidden Jewels Of The Extreme North

by Keza M @ A Wanderful Sole

Babuyan Island Travel Guide For First Timers include useful tips, expenses, sample itinerary and ways to get there.

List of the Best Luxury Hotels in Vanuatu

by Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Before you go, check out our Ultimate List of Best Luxury Hotels in Ultimate List of Best Luxury Hotels in Vanuatu for recommendations that include rates, locations, and great reviews. This article will help you with your stay! Browse through our best hotel finds in these top cities that cover: Port Vila, Vanuatu | Luganville, Vanuatu. Vanuatu is an archipelago ...

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New Years Resolutions Worth Sticking To

New Years Resolutions Worth Sticking To

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

  Stop apologising for being yourself and just be   Immerse yourself in new experiences   Be kind to people who are unkind to you   Patience is strength, build it up   Plan your day the night before     Be your own soul mate   Leave bad situations   Make every day an adventure   Say thank you more   Be kind to your body, its the only one you are given     Look less at others and more at yourself   Give more than you receive, karma has a way of coming back to you   Write a list of places you want to go and go there   Smile more… way more   Learn to be happy in silence     Focus on the solution, not the problem   When all else fails, eat a tub of ice cream   When it comes to friendships: quality over quantity   Stop comparing   Let people go if you’ve outgrown them     You can google literally anything, ask google more   Read more about things that interest you   Go on more small adventures… to the beach, to the shop, to the fridge   Ask for help […]

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How to Use Your Social Network to Travel the World

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Celinne da Costa spent a year traveling the world and relying on the kindness of strangers to host her. She stayed with 70+ strangers in 17 countries across four continents. In this interview, Celinne tells us how she did it all, with surprisingly very few hiccups along the way.

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New Inspiring Filipinos Who Just Started a Life of Travel

by Joser Ferreras @ TripZilla Philippines

Could they be your next travel goals?

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What to Wear in Bhutan

by highheelsandabackpack @ www.highheelsandabackpack.com

When I started planning for my solo trip to Bhutan, I wasn’t entirely sure about what to wear in Bhutan or what to pack to take with me. When I tried to search online for advice and inspiration on what to wear in Bhutan, I found all of the information to be rather vague and […]

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TRAVEL MONEY TIPS

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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Travel is A Privilege & Not Everyone Can Travel As Much As You

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

The best shopping experiences in Ho Chi Minh City

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

99 percent of first-time travellers to Ho Chi Minh City will beeline for Ben Thanh Market in hopes of fulfilling all of their shopping needs. Locals, however, hardly frequent or recommend this market. Though it remains a must-see attraction, there are plenty of other shopping arenas that will delight all shopaholics visiting the city. Here, […]

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My Photo Journal: Urban Trekking Nathan Road In Hong Kong

by Jasmine Gui @ TripZilla Magazine

List of the Best Luxury Hotels in Zanzibar

by Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Before you go, check out our Ultimate List of Best Luxury Hotels in Zanzibar for recommendations that include rates, locations, and great reviews. This article will help you with your stay! Browse through our best hotel finds in these top cities that cover: Nungwi | Stone Town | Paje | Kendwa | Kiwengwa | Matemwe Zanzibar, an island in Tanzania, is ...

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Summer Destinations 2016

by James @ Blog : Backpacker Accommodation | Barcelona Youth Hostel | Hostels in Trinidad | Hostels in Tel Aviv

Want to travel the world this summer? Who wouldn’t? One of the biggest obstacles that comes from traveling the world is finding a way to do it without selling your house and car to pay for it. The solution that world backpackers and many a world traveler give is to stay in hostels and other read more »

MAGICAL MOROCCO: A GUEST POST BY KATE LANGTON

by admin @ Solo Travellers

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10 Shops in Singapore Where You Can Buy Cheap Travel Essentials

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Travel to Vietnam: Saigon Food Tour by Night

Travel to Vietnam: Saigon Food Tour by Night


Solo Travel Girl

Have I mentioned how much I enjoy culinary tours? Okay, I don’t need to be on a tour to enjoy food and beverages but, during my April trip to Vietnam, I joined Urban Adventures on a Saigon fo…

What Does it Mean to be an Expat? | A Few Thoughts on Living Overseas

by Amy @ Page Traveller

In a strange turn of events that involved an exchange with a friend of a friend, this week I was a guest on Keith Petit’s Expatriate Act podcast. (Sorry, Keith, I mean internet-based-radio-show!). This somehow turned into a two-hour discussion over Skype on what it means to be an expat and the weird and wonderful experience that is living overseas.... Read more »

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7 Muslim-Friendly Destinations for The Budget Traveller in 2018

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Solo Travel Tips: Manila, Philippines

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

Traveling to the Philippines for the first time? Here are some Manila solo travel tips to guide you, including where to stay and what to do in Manila.

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The Best Eco-Friendly Hotels in New York City

by Diana Rosario @ Drink Tea & Travel

Christmas in New York City is a magical time for both tourists and locals alike. It is the one time of year when the hustle and bustle of the city seem to fade away or at least falls into the backdrop of a special kind of winter wonderland. Even if the city’s sidewalks aren’t covered […]

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Christmas in Asia: What’s A Homesick Backpacker To Do?

by The Content Castle @ South East Asia Backpacker

Turkey, stuffing, Christmas crackers and a questionable present from your gran — this is what Christmas is all about, right? Wrong. Being away from home for the holidays can be tough for a backpacker on the road; some might even say it's the hardest part about travelling. so here's a guide to "Badaa Din" and how to sprinkle some backpacker Christmas spirit, no matter where in the world you are!

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Travel to Iran: 24 Tips for Your First Visit

by Dina Malyana @ TripZilla Magazine

The Best of Slovenia in 3 Days

by Hannah Logan @ Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

I first became interested in visiting Slovenia last year when I stumbled upon a photo of Lake Bled, and immediately fell in love. Wanting to see it for myself, I did some research on the country and discovered that there…

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Between deadlines: Relishing the slow life as a Brunei expat

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

  By Prime Sarmiento Note: Between Deadlines is a series of posts that I wrote, while literally chasing deadlines as a working journalist, last month when I joined Bootsnall's #Doyouindie travel writing challenge. Every day, for 30 days, Bootsnall emails a question (and challenge) which a participating travel blogger has to ponder on and write … Continue reading »

Top 5 best islands near Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam - Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Top 5 best islands near Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam - Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!


Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

A few hundred kilometers away, there are extremely beautiful paradises for Saigon residents. It is a sweet Phu Quoc, Con Dao poetic, Thanh An peaceful, Thieng Lieng wild, Long Son green. Do not miss these beautiful islands to refresh your experience, as you hide from the hectic pace of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). Now, …

27 Hours… Hanoi to Luang Prabang: The Worst Bus Journey in SE Asia?

by Guest Author @ South East Asia Backpacker

Have you done the 24+ hour bus journey from Hanoi, Vietnam to Luang Prabang, Laos? Or Vice Versa? Feared by backpackers all across Southeast Asia - is this journey as bad as they say it is? Read this and decide whether you want to book a flight instead!

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Top 20 Travel Blogs in the Philippines to Inspire Your Wanderlust

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Philippines

Presenting the top travel blogs in the Philippines! Did your idols make it to the list?

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One Life Adventures Experience

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

Recently, we went on a press trip or familiarization trip sponsored by One Life Adventures and Tourism Philippines, in cooperation with Philippine Airlines. It was an honor to be part of influencer trip, and most importantly because it will highlight a trip covering one of the most beautiful islands of the Philippines – Palawan. Complete […]

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Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

by John Jenkins @ Ultimate List of The Best Hostels in Vietnam

Hi Guys, I would like to make a correction if possible. Dorm beds at Mui Ne Backpacker Village start at $4/night during low season and $5/night during high season. Great value!!!

Traveling The World With a 30L Backpack: A Review of the SLICKS System As A One-Bag Travel Solution

by Nick @ SoloGuides

Some context: I’m currently 15 months into a round-the-world adventure. Having already explored 15 countries across four continents, I feel it’s about time to do a review of the gear I carry with me. Many have asked me to review individual pieces of gear, and this post is designed to do just that. Let’s do this! … Continue reading Traveling The World With a 30L Backpack: A Review of the SLICKS System As A One-Bag Travel Solution

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Best nightlife in Pattaya — What to do in Pattaya at night?

by Emily Nguyen @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Having mentioned Pattaya without talking about nightlife activities is a big mistake. It is famous for its long, no sleepy streets, bars and with many types of entertainments, Pattaya has become a symbol of Pattaya. What to do in Pattaya at night and things to do in Pattaya for adults? Let’s discover the best things […]

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Solo Traveler’s Guide to Ho Chi Minh City

Solo Traveler’s Guide to Ho Chi Minh City


Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Traveling solo is a great way to explore the world and know more about yourself.

10 FREE Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur for Travellers on A Budget

by Alestra @ TripZilla Magazine

Philippine Festivals in January You Shouldn’t Miss

by Benjamar Gabawa @ TripZilla Philippines

Ready for a festive mood?

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Everything You Should Know about DirectAsia Insurance’s NCD60

by Contact us @ DirectAsia Insurance

Safe drivers are generally rewarded by many auto insurance companies with exclusive deals and discounts. In Singapore, one of the best ways good drivers can save on car insurance is through the No-Claim Discount (NCD) benefit. No-Claim Discount is rewarded to drivers who have not made any claims under their motor insurance premium for a […]

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Reactie op 7 Of My Favorite Moments In Iceland door Jen Hajime

by Jen Hajime @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

Wow. I love the layout of your blog and the photos of your trip are certainly inspiring me to travel there sooner than later. I hear it's utterly cold at this time of year though. How did you all fair? www.nynomads.com Rentfree, living on $100/week in NYC

Backpacking Route for New Zealand

by myfunkytravel @ MyFunkyTravel

asia/oceania routes southeast asia | thailand | myanmar | vietnam | indonesia | india | australia | new zealand New Zealand Backpacking Route by Kayla Kurin Our New Zealand travel itinerary starts in Christchurch and loops around the South Island for wildlife, camping, glaciers, and activities for adventure junkies. The route then crosses to the North […]

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7 Farms to Visit in Malaysia With Your Whole Family

by Adrian Chew @ TripZilla Magazine

Hostels in Greek Islands

by James @ Blog : Backpacker Accommodation | Barcelona Youth Hostel | Hostels in Trinidad | Hostels in Tel Aviv

Greece, a great country place to visit for the backpacker or budget sensitive traveler. In the past Greece was once very expensive to visit but it is now affordable. Here, we will focus on some of the wonderful Greek Islands. In Greece one of the amazing attractions that one can easily find are the Greek read more »

Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide - Southeast Asia Backpacker Magazine

Ho Chi Minh City Travel Guide - Southeast Asia Backpacker Magazine


South East Asia Backpacker

Known by locals by its former name, Saigon, the largest city in Vietnam became Ho Chi Minh City in 1976 following the country's victory over the French...

Day Trip In Lake Garda (From Verona)

by Jules @ Solo Wayfarer

We woke up nice and early to catch the train from Verona to Rovereto, which took us just under an hour. Upon arriving in Rovereto, we tried to find our bearings by getting some information from the tourist centre. Realising that hiking from Rovereto wasn’t our best bet for the limited number of hours we ... [Read more...]

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7 Things To Do in Ho Chi Minh City - Wanderluluu

7 Things To Do in Ho Chi Minh City - Wanderluluu


Wanderluluu

Ho Chi Minh City, (aka Saigon), was hands down my favorite city in Vietnam. Read on to find out the best things to do in this chaotic city!

New Geckos Adventures for 2018!

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

We’re taking over Earth! Not in a superhero movie villain kind of way – more like a “we now have over 100 itineraries in more than 50 countries across 5 continents” kind of way. At Geckos Adventures, we’re into keeping things interesting. And since the world has a lot of awesome places to explore, w...

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10 Shops in Singapore Where You Can Buy Cheap Travel Essentials

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

7 awesome ways to meet locals when travelling Vietnam alone

7 awesome ways to meet locals when travelling Vietnam alone


Inspitrip Blog

Getting to know the locals can really enrich your experience and I found this is particularly important when travelling Vietnam alone.

Top 5 exciting shopping experiences in Hanoi

by Phan Len @ Inspitrip Blog

Besides visiting famous places or trying authentic cuisine, shopping is one of the activities everyone should have on their list while traveling. Hanoi offers so many shopping options for any kind of interests. Find out more what you buy and where to shop in Hanoi. Hanoi Shopping Malls Keangnam Hanoi  Shopping malls are the best […]

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Le Charme Suites: A Luxury Experience

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

As our avid readers know, our most usual spot to visit in the Philippines is Subic. The main reason is because it’s very close to Angeles City, Pampanga where we are based. We love to swim in its beaches, to walk around and to watch the sunsets. In this trip we are about to share […]

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High Heels & a Backpack’s Best Hate Comments in 2017

by highheelsandabackpack @ www.highheelsandabackpack.com

I love to see the discussions that my writing sparks and witness the sharing of stories and experiences between readers to offer each other support and encouragement for their world adventures. It is exactly why I wanted to become a Travel Writer and Blogger. I have made so many great connections through the travel industry […]

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Between Deadlines: Saving money for your travels

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

  Note: Between Deadlines is a series of posts that I wrote, while literally chasing deadlines as a working journalist, last month when I joined Bootsnall's #Doyouindie travel writing challenge. Every day, for 30 days, Bootsnall emails a question (and challenge) which a participating travel blogger has to ponder on and write about. Everything of … Continue reading »

23 Best Things to Do & Places to Go in Hong Kong

by Darren Yeoh @ TripZilla Magazine

SURVIVING BORACAY ALONE

by Steven @ The Hungry Suitcase

In March of 2012, I was nearly finished with a 3-week journey moving west through the Visayas region of The Philippines. Visayas is famous for beach and diving destinations. I have never been very interested in beaches, so I was focused on the cities of Cebu, Dumaguete, Bacolod, Iloilo and Kalibo. I did, however, have a beach destination as my final stop before flying out of the country. That beach was the most famous beach in all of The Philippines- Boracay. I was all by my sad self during these weeks in the Philippines. I’d met people here and there along the way, but I didn’t join a backpacker caravan or fall in love. So, how is it traveling to Boracay alone, anyway?

Often beach destinations entice travelers of impossibly clear turquoise waters bookended by eternal sunrises and sunsets. So often, ... Read More »

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List of the Best Luxury Hotels in Mauritius

by Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor @ Two Monkeys Travel Group

Before you go, check out our Ultimate List of Best Luxury Hotels in Mauritius for recommendations that include rates, locations, and great reviews. This article will definitely help you with your stay! Browse through our best hotel finds in these top cities that cover: Grand Baie | Port Louis | Mont Choisy | Trou aux Biches | Flic en Flac ...

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A tale of two cities

A tale of two cities


Traveller

It's a tough job deciding which metropolis, Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh, is more worthy of a visit. Mark Dapin gives it a go.

16 Travel Essentials to Buy From Daiso Before a Vacation

by Hafiza @ TripZilla Magazine

12 Best Things to Do & Places to Visit in Hoi An

by Sarah W @ TripZilla Magazine

Top 10 Things To Do In Verona

by Nam Cheah @ TOURLINA – Female Travel App – Buddy, Companion

Top 10 Things To Do In Verona   Verona, the city of love and the home to the star crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet. Although it is not as popular as the other big cities in Italy such as Rome and Venice, there are plenty of things to do and see in Verona. A romantic […]

Top Solo Travel Posts of 2017 and All Time

by Tracey @ Solo Traveler

One post directing you to many. Here are links to the top solo travel posts of 2017 and the top solo travel posts of all time on Solo Traveler.

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What to Wear in Egypt: Packing Tips for Female Travellers

by Hannah Logan @ Eat Sleep Breathe Travel

Planning on what to wear in Egypt was not easy. In fact, after I got over the initial excitement of booking the trip, clothing was something I spent a long time worrying about. I scoured the internet for helpful tips and…

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10 Shops in Singapore Where You Can Buy Cheap Travel Essentials

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Korea’s Launching A Grand Shopping Festival on 18 January

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Temperatures rising in the onsen

by helengoltz @ Peregrine Travel Queensland

By Sean Mitchell One of my favourite idiosyncrasies of Japanese culture is the onsen: the hot spring bath house. After a long day wandering the streets, visiting shrines, hiking the hills, or eating ramen there is no way to recharge your batteries quite like sitting in volcanically heated mountain s...

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5 Ways to Travel Off the Beaten Path and Volunteer in Cambodia

by Sara Uduwela @ Drink Tea & Travel

This post was contributed by our Asia Pacific Expert, Sara Uduwela. Whether you are interested in exploring local communities, viewing some wildlife, or enjoy spending your time doing outdoorsy activities, Cambodia has something for everyone looking for a sustainable holiday, even those on a small budget. Avoid the crowds at Angkor Wat and see Cambodia from a […]

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Images of Solo Travel Girl’s April 2016 Trip to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Images of Solo Travel Girl’s April 2016 Trip to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


Solo Travel Girl

As I write this, I’m sitting on my couch, still fighting jet lag and thinking of the fantastic time I had in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It was less than a week ago I returned from my five-nig…

Visiting Bantayan: What To Do, Where To Sleep

by Ruben Arribas @ Gamintraveler

The most probable thing if you are visiting Bantayan is that you will be coming from Cebu or Malapascua. During our trip to Bantayan, we were from Malapascua and we really liked the vibe in Bantayan. The beaches were empty with white sand, clear water and a long shore perfect for walking. But sadly we […]

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Iceland Travel Guide: All You Need To Know About Traveling in Iceland

by Becca Robinson @ Solitary Wanderer

Have you always wanted to visit Iceland? Find everything you need to know about going there in this Iceland travel guide from a Girls Love Travel member.

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18 Must-Visit Street Markets in Hong Kong

by Darren Yeoh @ TripZilla Magazine

Zanzibar Beach & Mnemba Island Atoll From Above

by Oksana & Max St John @ Drink Tea & Travel

Zanzibar is a unique destination in Africa renowned for its beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters. The beaches are dotted with hotels and resorts and the waters near the island offer great snorkeling and diving. The northern coast is particularly picturesque, known for the beautiful Mnemba Island and the Mnemba Island atoll, a stunning reef […]

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A Quick Guide to Ho Chi Minh City | WORLD OF WANDERLUST

A Quick Guide to Ho Chi Minh City | WORLD OF WANDERLUST


WORLD OF WANDERLUST

A quick guide to the Vietnamese capital: A guide to Ho Chi Minh City.

Welcome to Vietnam! Musings on travelling solo. - A Life Full of Serendipity

Welcome to Vietnam! Musings on travelling solo. - A Life Full of Serendipity


A Life Full of Serendipity

This one evening, I was happily minding my own business – about to order my dinner at this street food stall, looking forward to half an hour of uninterrupted simply being with myself, when this dutch woman sits opposite of me. Eurgh. Really…what is it with people? I would never ever do that. If I saw someone sitting there on their own, I would not just waltz into their bubble and install myself smash bang in front of them.There is a reason, they are there alone.A few months on I realise it’s called ‘being social’ and that is what solo travellers do – it’s perfectly normal.

Why You Should Travel Now, Not Later

by highheelsandabackpack @ www.highheelsandabackpack.com

As I sat perched at the end of my bed, coffee in hand, I scowled as I scrolled through my email inbox, and tapped furiously away at my keyboard possessed with a rage that would rival the Incredible Hulk as I worked through sending out numerous chase emails to freelance writing clients that were dragging […]

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LIVE LIKE A LOCAL: RENT A SHORT-TERM APARTMENT WHILE TRAVELING

by Steven @ The Hungry Suitcase

If you want to experience the true life of a place, experience it like a local: get an apartment in a true neighborhood. Wake up to the sounds of street vendors and garbage trucks. Be recognized with a smile by your local noodle-slinger.

If a city strikes your fancy, rent an apartment for a month and stick around for awhile.

Another advantage of worldwide Internet networking is that it allows us to exchange short-term apartments without going through an agent or company. Check the New York City craigslist sublet page and you’ll find plenty of Parisians happy to exchange their Left Bank apartment for a little temporary stepping stone on the Upper West Side. Though apartment exchanges are rare in Asia, there are plenty of expats and locals alike who will be vacating their adobe and happy to have someone trustworthy in ... Read More »

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TripZilla’s Picks: Top 18 Travel Destinations for 2018

by TripZilla @ TripZilla Magazine

Patagonia: the Ultimate Travel and Hiking Guide

by Bryan @ The Budget Your Trip Blog

Patagonia is a huge region of South America covering both Argentina and Chile. With so much to see and do, including hiking, trekking, boating, skiing and snowboarding, touring historical sites, and more, we had to send someone down there to find out everything about it. And now our ultimate guide to Patagonia is awaiting those who yearn for more adventure in this beautiful and inspiring area. Come check out our guide and start planning your trip today!

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Tips To Stay Within Your Budget While Vacationing In Japan

by Tiffy @ The Budget Your Trip Blog

Vacationing to any foreign country can become an expensive venture in a short amount of time. The same holds true when vacationing in Japan. Besides the travel costs, there are a number of extra expenses that begin to add up as soon as you step foot in the country. From lodging to shopping, food costs to entry costs, the money you have set aside for your Japanese adventure can disappear quickly. But there are several things you can do to be a budget conscious traveler while still enjoying all that Japan has to offer.

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What to Do in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Drink Tea & Travel

What to Do in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | Drink Tea & Travel


Drink Tea & Travel

When you think of Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) do you picture shady tree-lined avenues, elegant French villas, ladies dressed in traditional áo dài strolling arm-in-arm beneath paper umbrellas whilst cyclo drivers gently peddle past, their conical hats protecting them from the sun? This was indeed the Saigon of yesteryear, but the city is changing so …

How to Recognize Ethical Wildlife Experience in South East Asia

by Sara Uduwela @ Drink Tea & Travel

This post was contributed by our Asia Pacific Expert, Sara Uduwela. Asia is full of exotic animal interactions. It is one of the main draws for tourism. The western world is filled with boundaries and limitations, and people often fantasize about visiting Thailand so that they can pet a tiger or ride an elephant. But the truth […]

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How My Scholarship in the UK is Helping Me Achieve My Travel Goals

by Beni Estareja @ TripZilla Philippines

This is what happens when you dream BIG!

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Why Some Women Choose Bali for Their Next Holidays

by Skiddoo Insider @ Skiddoo Singapore Blog

Flights to Bali Indonesia are usually packed with women. Why? I used to blame it on Elizabeth Gilbert’s ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ and was convinced that most of these women heading to Bali are divorced and are looking for a sense in...

Beach Hostels in Barcelona

by James @ Blog : Backpacker Accommodation | Barcelona Youth Hostel | Hostels in Trinidad | Hostels in Tel Aviv

It’s summertime and “the weather is high,” as Mungo Jerry said. And one of the biggest things going through everybody’s mind is probably some iteration of the first few lines of Nicky Minaj’s Starships, “Let’s go to the beach!” The olympics have been good to Barcelona, helping it rejuvenate itself and becoming one of the read more »

Reactie op The Hidden Gem of the Pacific – New Caledonia Travel Guide door Jen Hajime

by Jen Hajime @ Reacties voor The Tourist Of Life

I didn't even know where Caledonia was until I saw your post. Opening doors to new worlds for us readers! www.nynomads.com Rentfree, living on $100/week in NYC

Barcelona 360 Spotlight

by James @ Blog : Backpacker Accommodation | Barcelona Youth Hostel | Hostels in Trinidad | Hostels in Tel Aviv

Today we have the pleasure of introducing you to one of our favorite hostels in the city of Barcelona. Since we are based out of this city we take pride in promoting it and want others who visit to feel welcomed and have an unforgettable experience. Barcelona 360 Arts and Culture is a hostel that read more »

My Photo Journal: Urban Trekking Nathan Road In Hong Kong

by Jasmine Gui @ TripZilla Magazine

Why I’m speaking at the AWE ‘14 (and why you should care about it)

by Prime @ The Gypsy Gals

  Text and photos by Prime Sarmiento   After going through some paper work over my work visa, I finally managed to get out of the newsroom in Brunei to spend a few days in Kota Kinabalu. This is my first time not only in KK but in Sabah.     I initially had no … Continue reading »

Two Weeks in Bali, A Series of Unfortunate Events | Travel Diary

Two Weeks in Bali, A Series of Unfortunate Events | Travel Diary

by Amy @ solo travel – Page Traveller

I’d witnessed Bagan sunsets in Myanmar, splashed around in the lagoons of Laos, buffed up on history in Cambodia and stuffed my face with Vietnamese delicacies in Saigon. I was, sadly, coming to the end of my big Southeast Asian backpacking trip, but at least I was going out on a high. It was time for an incredible two weeks in... Read more »

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Casas Particulares, special lodging in Cuba

by James @ Blog : Backpacker Accommodation | Barcelona Youth Hostel | Hostels in Trinidad | Hostels in Tel Aviv

This blog is about Casas Particulares in Cuba, a special housing option available in Cuba. We have another post with some awesome travel videos related to backpacking in Cuba. Cuba is one of the fastest growing places to visit right now. Not only does it have some great sights to see, things to do, but read more »

Cairns – The Perfect Australian Vacation

by Kate @ Where In The World Is Kate

Cairns is a city in the tropics, located in northern Queensland. The area is known for the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park which focuses on the native culture of the indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Conversely, Cairns Esplanade, lined with bars and restaurants is a hip, urban, and a beach boardwalk. To the northwest […]

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A Cat Lover’s Guide to Traveling the World

by Aleah @ Solitary Wanderer

Do you love cats but can't take them on your trips? I can relate! Check out my cat lover's guide to traveling around the world.

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