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Mi Quang, Eating and Cooking Noodles in Vietnam

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

Mi Quang- Mì Quảng is a noodle dish that originated in the Quang Nam province of Central Vietnam. It translates as Quang (province) style noodles. Travelling around central Vietnam you will see an abundance of street stalls all tooffering mi quang for around $1 US. After 4 months in Hoi An I haven’t seen any […]

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Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory – New Flavours Rule!

by Mei @ CC Food Travel

What a cute name you say. Well.. Chir Chir is actually pronounced Chi-Re Chi-Re,  and you have to imagine the sound of boiling oil when...

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Tips when traveling in Vietnam

by Hoi An Food Tour @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

Tips when traveling in Vietnam Image source: tootlers.com Before you travel to Viet Nam, I am pretty sure you go on the Internet, do the researching on Google then read, read and read a lot about what you SHOULD and SHOULD NOT do in Viet...

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Starting field work in Brenu

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

So we just arrived at our home for the next three weeks. A great part of Development Studies 2 is the three week field work that is in the middle of the course. It is important because the following part of the course will incorporate our findings in a more theoretic module the last three

10 Best Foods in Quy Nhon and Where to Find Them

by Eleanor Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Last January, my friend invited me to visit her hometown in Quy Nhon. According to her words, she was born and raised in a peaceful coastal city in Binh Dinh province, where she would walk the unspoiled beaches every day in a beautiful dress, and drink a cocktail at a beach bar. This is exactly […]

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Quang An Flower Market Hanoi Vietnam: A Beautiful Early Morning Adventure

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Our early morning adventure to Quang An Flower Market in Hanoi was about so much more than just flowers, although the flowers are magnificent. It’s one of the most unique and memorable things to do in Hanoi Vietnam. Being a…

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What’s the most important trait a traveller can have? This.

What’s the most important trait a traveller can have? This.

by Hannah Edensor @ Intrepid Travel Blog

When you leave your creature comforts at home and hit the road, the concept of openness takes on a whole new meaning.

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Three best ways to get to Cat Ba island from Hanoi

by Mintyle @ I Love Vietnam Tour

Cat Ba is considered as one of the biggest islands in Hai Phong, as well as “ precious pear island ” of the national tourism. In the summer, thousands of tourists pour into Cat Ba enjoying the beautiful beach with smooth white sand, the best seafood, and variety of plants. And you spent a lot […]

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Hamleys Toy Store

by Morgans Go Travelling @ Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

When London was confirmed on our trip itinerary high on our son’s list of places to visit was Hamleys Toy Store in Regent Street Central London. Hamleys Toy Store History: Hamleys has a rich history.  It was founded by William ...

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Food Facts: Vietnam - Blogabout

Food Facts: Vietnam - Blogabout


Blogabout

Food frames travelling, marketing each point set to rest, perceive and nourish. From the moment we taste something new, to the time we arrive home and tell everyone they “…have to try this!” We’ve kicked off on a food journey, and there’s no better place to try new food than Vietnam. One of the best things about Vietnam is the incredible street food; however a common anxiety is the fear of food poisoning. It’s a common misconception that street food will be sole cause for an upset tummy, resulting in discomfort and annoyance that can interrupt and ruin a day’s sightseeing. However, street food is the safest bet for fresh cuisine. A good rule of thumb is to follow where the locals eat. A dingy little food cart that serves noodles from a communal pot but is overflowing with customers and bustling with noise, is much more trustworthy than an expensive make shift Western restaurant in the main tourist district! Street food is so indicative of local delicacies, how foods are traditionally cooked and cheap-cheap in price! It’s a no-brainer you’ll have your best food experiences for $2 from a little cart on the side of a market street. If …

Vietnam Visa for South Korean citizens

by admin @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

As a South Korean passport holder, you are allowed to enter and stay in Vietnam without a visa for up to 15 days. In case South Korean nationals wish to stay longer than 15 days, Vietnam visa is of crucial. There are 3 ways to get Vietnam visa for South Korean passport holders Option 1: […]

Hyde Park and Changing of the Guards

by Morgans Go Travelling @ Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

We were in London at end of Summer and the weather was mostly cloudy and wet. This meant we spent lots of time at home but when we did go out we always made the most of it.  As part ...

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Hoi An: Home to Vietnam's Best Banh Mi and Other Special Eats

Hoi An: Home to Vietnam's Best Banh Mi and Other Special Eats


Not Quite Nigella

The UNESCO world heritage area of Hoi An's ancient town is a popular place for tourists. The 15-19th century buildings are well preserved and offer a glimpse into the former trading port. Although thick with people weaving in and out of the streets, selfie stick wielding tourists and pickpockets, it still retains a charm nevertheless and some fantastic food can be found in this picturesque area. It is easy to navigate and is laid out in a grid pattern. There are two sides of main area of Hoi An straddled by an 18th century Japanese wooden bridge that spans over Hoai River. And Hoi An is said to be the home of Vietnam's best banh mi as well as other specialty foods.

Melbourne’s Best Mexican Restaurants

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

Melbourne is a food lover heaven! There are so many good restaurants and you can slice and dice them in so many ways. This...

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Beyond the beach: 5 awesome experiences to have in Phuket

Beyond the beach: 5 awesome experiences to have in Phuket

by Ange Takats @ Intrepid Travel Blog

When people think of Phuket, it's usually beach resorts and palm trees that spring to mind. However, this popular Thai island has so much more to offer.

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Catalan Cream Quick and Easy Recipe

by Hannah @ Street Food World Tour

Crema Catalana or Catalan Cream is Spanish for the popular dessert we are use to calling crème brulée which is French. Catalan cream just melts in your mouth…Don’t think you can make it home? Don’t doubt yourself, follow this quick and easy recipe. Catalan Cream Serves 4 Ingredients: 3 egg yolks 500ml/16 ounces milk 80g sugar 20g cornflour 1 cinnamon stick Pieces of lemon peel Zest of 1 lemon Step 1: Whisk the egg yolks with the sugar and...

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Which London Museums with Kids?

by Morgans Go Travelling @ Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

  London is full of world class Museums.  We were intrigued how many artefacts the museum had collected from other countries.  Not only are the Museums top notch but many are also free.  These are some of the London Museums ...

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The Luxe Manor – Stylishly Quirky Hotel in the Heart of Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui Neighbourhood

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

The Luxe Manor is an ideal accommodation for those of you who prefer hotels with wacky and unconventional designs and a great location.

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What it’s really like exploring Southern Africa on an Intrepid trip

What it’s really like exploring Southern Africa on an Intrepid trip

by Joy Elliott @ Intrepid Travel Blog

My responsibilities were limited to packing up my gear in the morning, returning from bathroom breaks on time, and choosing what bottle of Pinotage to get for dinner at camp.

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10 places you must eat in Hoi An

by Hoi An Food Tour @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

10 places you must eat in Hoi An Recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Hoi An Ancient Town is always in a list of must-see tourism spots in Vietnam. It is famous not only for its old houses with Chinese, Vietnamese and...

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Red Bridge Cooking School @ Hoi An, Vietnam

Red Bridge Cooking School @ Hoi An, Vietnam


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A magazine [Vietnam Pathfinder] that I picked up from a tourist office in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) mentioned Red Bridge as an exciting newcomer to the culinary scene in Hoi An. Unfortunately, the magazine didn't specify its address. I cycled around the Ancient Town of Hoi An for a couple of hours on

Cafe Avocado

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

I just adore the neighbourhood of Mangwon, it’s like my own charming area of Gyeongridan / HBC without all the hills. It is also very close to Hongdae which makes…

Travel To Armenia – A Beginner’s Guide

by Thijs Broekkamp @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

From enjoying the world’s longest cable car ride through the mesmerising landscapes of Vorotan canyon to admiring some of the oldest monasteries on record, these are just some of the reasons you should travel to Armenia. When you travel in Armenia you will often wonder, how come more people aren’t placing Armenia higher on their […]

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How to Pick the Best Carry-on Luggage

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

Packing less stuff is only part of what you need to travel carry-on only. It’s also important to have the best carry-on luggage. Your carry-on luggage has to fit within the airline’s restrictions and work well for you. Make sure you know the carry-on restrictions and carry-on allowances for the airline you’re flying. Also make […]

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Hoi An Local Food Tour

Hoi An Local Food Tour


A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

You may have noticed from the change in logo that I am once again enjoying a relaxing vacation. This time I have traveled to the beautiful city of Hoi An in Vietnam. I was very excited to try as mu…

How to Plan for the Yee (Yi) Peng Festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

After experiencing Yee Peng in 2017, I wanted to write an article describing the ins and outs of the festival, something that could answer important questions about the event in a single post. If you're looking to attend the 2018 Yee Peng Festival, then I hope you find this guide useful.

SAP Thai Food – Delicious Thai Basil Chicken Noodles!

by Sean Ng @ Miss Tam Chiak

I have a penchant for Thai food. Sawadee khrup! So, imagine my joy when I found this humble eatery which offers possibly one of the most authentic Thai dining experiences in Singapore. SAP Thai Food serves them up with a twist. A unique must-have from SAP is the Thai Basil Mama Noodles ($5), which is...

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Taiwanese Food Guide: 57 Things to Eat in Taiwan and Where to Try Them

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

We spent a full two weeks eating our way through Taiwan and it's many night markets. We visited Taichung, Tainan, Kaohsiung, Hualien, Tamsui, Jiufen, and Taipei. We tried as many dishes as we could and in the process reconfirmed what we had gotten a taste of almost four years ago – Taiwan is a magnetic country with a rich, vibrant, and storied food culture.

10 Interesting Facts about Costa Rica’s Cloud Forests

by OTG Team @ The Inside Track

Dotted around the Central Highlands of Costa Rica you’ll come across several cloud forests – highland forests characterised by almost 100% humidity year round. The country is a popular destination for this reason, so we have compiled a list of 10 interesting facts about Costa Rica’s cloud forests. 1. There are a number of cloud...

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20 Fantastic Things to do in Vegas Besides Gamble

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

I don’t mind gambling. Well, I like gambling when it comes to horse racing. But slot machines are not my thing – kind of...

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14 Best Places to Visit in Greece

by David Ball @ Goats On The Road

To list all of the places to visit in Greece would be impossible. This is a spectacular land of beauty with an endless variety of landscapes. From rugged snow capped mountains and ancient ruins to turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, Greece can satisfy every traveler’s needs. Along with the stunning Greek Islands, some of […]

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Explore Yukijirushi Parlor Honten — Enjoy Japan’s Largest Ice Cream in Sapporo, Hokkaido

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

Of course, you will feel better with a big food part, right? No, with ice cream, the more you have to eat, you will be more wonderful. If you want to enjoy a cold feeling in your teeth with one of Japan’s biggest ice-cream, definitely go for the Yukijirushi ice cream store in Hokkaido. It […]

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Discover the Wildness of Phu Yen (Craft a Day for Yourself with These Recommendations)

by Panda Tran @ The Christina's Blog

The name Phu Yen might sound unfamiliar to many foreign tourists who want to explore Vietnam. Many travelers only pay attention to the popular sites that the government and tourism companies promote heavily such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Nha Trang, and Da Nang. However, to the Vietnamese people, Phu Yen’s reputation is well known, […]

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Where to Stay in Bangkok: The Best Hotels and Neighborhoods

by Ivana Greslikova @ Nomad is Beautiful

Your decision about where to stay in Bangkok can determine the outcome of your experience in the Thai capital. Especially if it’s going to be your first time in Asia. Bangkok is a vibrant metropolis that welcomes you with a...

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The Best Desserts In Paris + Printable Paris Dessert Map

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Desserts in Paris are reason enough to visit this beautiful city. From eclairs and macarons to ice cream and so many more amazing options. To help you eat your way through Paris, here are our favourite desserts in Paris with…

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Coolest Accommodations in Phu Yen for Every Budget

by Salt @ The Christina's Blog

“Yellow Flowers on the Green Grass,” Phu Yen has entered Vietnamese novels and film with such an innocent feeling. Phu Yen today has yet to become a major tourist attraction. Hence, nature preserves its pure beauty and the locals are indeed sincere and friendly. See here for a full itinerary of See and Do in […]

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House Sitting in London

by Morgans Go Travelling @ Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

We spent just under 1 month in London and were very lucky to stay with old school friends while visiting the expensive city.  Our friends live in Chiswick and we were only a 10 minute train ride away from South ...

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5 must-try snacks for true taste of Saigon...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Hey you, ready to explore lovely streets of Saigon? Many surprises are waiting out there. By the way, it’s time the hunger strikes so why don’t we go down the street and get something to eat? Hang on tight because we are going on the most exciting culinary adventure and I’ll be your guide to show you the 5 must-try […]

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3 Days in Prague: An Itinerary

by Andy @ Travel Made Simple

The Bohemian gem of Eastern Europe, the centuries-old buildings, the quirky art, the tasty beer…these are just a few of the reasons Prague makes such a great destination for travelers. With so much to see and do, you could spend your entire vacation exploring Prague, but many people choose to spend a few days there […]

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Hoi An Blog: What to do in Hoi An for 3 Days

Hoi An Blog: What to do in Hoi An for 3 Days


The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

Looking for what to do in Hoi An for 3 days? My Hoi An blog covers the best attractions, accommodation, and activities including Red Bridge Cooking School

Hanoi nightlife turn right tour

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

“Hanoi nightlife turn right” tour “Hanoi nightlife turn right” tour takes you to explore a different Hanoi at night with just nearly turn-right route. What makes the tour special is, in your journey, you just need to turn right to discover various streets to feel a very different Hanoi. Now, […]

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Vegan Food Quest in Vegan Life Magazine

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Did you know that as well as writing our blog and vegan travel guides, we also write a regular vegan travel feature in the leading vegan lifestyle magazine in the UK and USA? Since late 2015 we’ve been writing about our vegan travels in Vegan Life Magazine which also happens to be our favourite vegan magazine, ever. […]

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Love Italian food? Here’s why Bologna is the perfect city for you

Love Italian food? Here’s why Bologna is the perfect city for you

by Kristin Amico @ Intrepid Travel Blog

As part of Intrepid's 8-day Italy Real Food Adventure that winds through Bologna, I was able to do more than just eat. I learned how to cook.

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The RTW Trip Giveaway: A Winner’s Update (Part 1)

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Back in December, I announced Heather T. as the winner of my round the world contest. A month into her journey, Heather shares some highlights (and low points!) of her experiences in South America so far. Find out what she's been up to, and what her year ahead looks like.

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Backen

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

I first came across Backen on Instagram, where my feed was pretty much jammed with pics of their amazing looking croissants. I took it for a sign and figured we…

Ironman Malaysia 2017. Race Recap

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

My ‘A’ race and only race of 2017 was Ironman Malaysia located on the tropical island of Langkawi. Originally I was targeting Ironman Wales but due to a lack of accommodation and running out of time to train we decided to head overseas and give Ironman Malaysia 2017 in November a go. I’d previously raced the […]

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GHANA – The perfect one-week Ghana itinerary: exploring the Gold Coast

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Ghana is a perfect country for a first time visit to Africa. It’s safe, easy to reach and has a huge variety of sights and activities which are all included in this Ghana itinerary. The [...]

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Once upon a time: 5 fairy-tale towns and cities in Europe

Once upon a time: 5 fairy-tale towns and cities in Europe

by Kiri Nowak @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Whether you’re roaming around Budapest’s beautiful castle district or visiting Copenhagen’s famous Little Mermaid, there are fairy-tale towns and cities waiting to be discovered all over Europe.

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Win a drone with Western Australia and Austravel

by Seamus McDermott @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

National Geographic Traveller (UK) have teamed up with Western Australia and Austravel to offer you the chance to win a FPV DROCON Cyclone X708W drone with HD camera

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Cover yourself in color at Hanoi Holi Festival 2018

by Fiona @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

Holi is a traditional Hindu festival that marks the end of winter and arrival of spring. Known widely as the Festival of Colour, it is a celebration of color, love, as well as the triumph of good over evil. Every year, Holi is overserved in the evening of the full moon that comes in ‘Phalguna’ (it usually falls …

Hat Yai Best Food Guide – 15 Eateries You Must Not Miss!

by Maureen @ Miss Tam Chiak

Hat Yai, a city in Thailand’s far south, is known for its Buddha statues, markets, parks and observatories. The city is also home to a slew of shopping, entertainment and dining options. I was planning for a weekend getaway with my friends and we wanted to look for a destination in Thailand that is less...

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Chilean Patagonia Destination Highlight

Chilean Patagonia Destination Highlight

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

Patagonia. It’s a major bucket list item for some but to be honest, it really never crossed my mind to add Patagonia to my list of destinations I really wanted to travel. When my company received an invite to go to Chilean Patagonia (Patagonia also extends into Argentina!) in the spring, I accepted the invitation hesitantly really only because I was already going to be in Santiago, where the trip began, two days before the start of the Patagonia trip. Time-wise, it made sense for me to go so I said “yes” to the invitation. And I’m soooo glad I did. Patagonia is unique because the landscapes are so varied. During my time in Chilean Patagonia, I saw countryside extending as far as the eye could so, enormous mountains, crystal blue glaciers, waterfalls, etc. There was a new delight around every corner. Patagonia is an adventurer’s paradise – I loved […]

Why Antarctica is an amazing destination for solo adventurers

Why Antarctica is an amazing destination for solo adventurers

by Maggie Hereford @ Intrepid Travel Blog

You’ll leave the white continent feeling fulfilled, accomplished, in awe of our planet, and with a special bond to the special souls that accompanied you.

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10 Things to Do in and near Quy Nhon That’ll Help You Make The Most of Your Trip !

by Duong Next Door @ The Christina's Blog

Have you ever heard about the one and only “martial-art land” in Vietnam? The word “martial-art land” was born in Binh Dinh because many popular martial arts of the country originated here. Quy Nhon city, the heart of Binh Dinh province, is fully packed with awesome activities that won’t let you down. These ten things […]

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Polar Pointers: All your Antarctica questions, answered

Polar Pointers: All your Antarctica questions, answered

by Jo Stewart @ Intrepid Travel Blog

What you'll see, what you'll eat, who you'll meet, and what it's *really* like crossing the Drake Passage.

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Sunday Lunch at Longview Vineyard in the Adelaide Hills

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

Exceptional wine, fabulous food, stunning views –  take a drive up to the Adelaide Hills and enjoy Sunday lunch at Longview Vineyard.   After a pretty torrid beginning to the new

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16 interesting experiences definitely worth a try in Hoi An

by Hoi An Food Tour @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

Some people say Hoi An has nothing to do apart from going shopping, eating, and sightseeing, which are generally similar to many other tourism cities all over the world . However, it is the fact that a large number of travelers decide to come...

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Best destinations and dishes in Ha Giang

by Lan Hương @ I Love Vietnam Tour

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THAILAND – My personal favorite Chiang Rai & Chiang Mai craft beer bars

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

During my Thailand road trip, I tried to visit as many craft beer bars as possible to test the Thai craft beer scene. I came up with this Chiang Mai craft beer and Chiang Rai [...]

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5 Tips for Eating Street Food in Vietnam - Travel Blog

5 Tips for Eating Street Food in Vietnam - Travel Blog


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Vietnam Travel Blog: 5 Tips for Eating Street Food in Hoi An for travellers when to travel to Vietnam. Find your best tours in Vietnam.

USA: Where to Find the Best Poke in Hawaii

by Jayson Goetz @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

Poke, a dish that is very much the result of multicultural influences, came to existence in the 19th century when Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Filipino plantation workers arrived in Hawaii to work the sugar and pineapple fields.

24 Things Every Solo Female Traveler Learns on the Road

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Kristin Addis, our solo female travel expert, reminisces on the lessons she's learned over the years as a solo female traveler -- whether it's the freedom of not having to answer to anyone else, or simply slowing down to enjoy the ride. Some lessons are only learned when you travel alone.

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Ecuador in one week: The ultimate guide

Ecuador in one week: The ultimate guide

by Marie-France Roy @ Intrepid Travel Blog

You could spend months exploring Ecuador. But if you’re vacation-deprived or short on time, take heart: you can still see a lot in a single week.

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Vegan Green Curry Recipe

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Every time we go to Thailand we make it our mission to eat as much Gaeng Kiew Wan Pak as we can (that’s vegetable green curry if you hadn’t already guessed). It’s a habit we’ve been developing for nearly 20 years of travel to the land of smiles but we can never quite get enough […]

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Top 5 cheap hotels in Hanoi recommended for budget traveling

by Mintyle @ I Love Vietnam Tour

When you travel, the accommodation is not only a crucial factor but costs a lot on your trip. Therefore, choosing a cheap hotel will help you save money for other fantastic activities. You are going to Hanoi and want to get a cheap and comfortable hotel? I think some suggests about cheap hotels in Hanoi […]

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Best Hoi An Eco Cooking Class- Fun With Vietnamese Food!

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

Walk around Hoi An Old Town and her maze of backstreets and you’ll see a dedicated Hoi An cooking class on offer at every turn, sometimes from purpose built cookery schools other times at local restaurants. Hoi An is often recognised as a culinary centre of Vietnam and the local businesses capitalise on their cuisine […]

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The top destinations for travel in June

The top destinations for travel in June

by Liv Bohn @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Whether you’ve always wanted to slurp schnapps at a Swedish celebration, track endangered mountain gorillas in Rwanda or hike to the summit of Mount Batur in Bali. Here’s your guide for where to travel in June.

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My 2017 in 97 flights, 172 hotel nights in 34 countries: I love bleisure travel!

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

It’s that time of the year to look back and make a summary of all the places I visited but first I would like to thank you for following CTB Global and wish you a [...]

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Death Railway – A Witness of History

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Are you a history enthusiast? Or just looking for a day trip from Bangkok to a place that is not as crowded as Ayutthaya? Then you won’t find a better choice than Kanchanaburi. Featuring a famous railway bridge over the Kwai Yai River; a part of the Burma railway, notorious for its haunting look and […]

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Three RV Trips For Foodies

by Hannah @ Street Food World Tour

Foodie road tripping has become something of a trend in recent years, and state tourism departments have been quick to pick up on it. Some states have even started to promote historic “food trails” in order to advertise famous dishes and culinary centers that are worth checking out. RVing isn’t just for campers, anymore — if you’re a foodie looking to explore the incredible culinary variety of North America, it’s about time that you prepare...

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The charms of Ragusa, Sicily

by John @ HeNeedsFood

Discover the magic of Ragusa, Sicily

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Visit Venice of Bangkok- Amphawa Floating Market

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

If you happen to be in Bangkok on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, then visiting Bangkok weekend market must be in your “To Do” list. Tourists can easily find plenty of open markets in the weekend right in Bangkok center. Floating markets, on the other hand, require a day trip to the rural area of the […]

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I Heart New York

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

It is no secret that I love New York hard. Each trip back to the city reinforces the feelings and brings back nostalgia and distant memories of idealistic dreams of moving to the big apple. You see I fell in love with the city when I was a teenager and as every teenager does, I fell […]

Hugh Hamilton Wines Dark Arts – the Exciting New Range Puts the Adventure Back into South Australian Wine

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

Noted for their boldness, with the new Hugh Hamilton Wines Dark Arts range the black sheep of local wine offers wine lovers an exciting new tasting adventure. Stepping carefully down

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Maeklong Railway Market from Bangkok

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

Maeklong railway market is really no distance at all from Bangkok, is easy to get to and well worth the trip. The Maeklong market itself is a fascinating warren of stalls many selling local seafood, but it’s the trains passing through that most want to see. We’ve tried getting to Maeklong by local bus ( […]

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A Beginner’s Guide To Budget Travel In Japan

by Richard Barnes @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

From seeing up close the famous Mt Fuji, exploring the architecture of Japanese castles to slurping down the best bowl of ramen you ever had, all these epic memories to-be-made are possible even with our guide to budget travel in Japan. Today’s Japan is a fascinating example of blending the ancient traditions and modern day culture. […]

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48 Hours in Dubai – Itinerary

by Mikolai Napieralski @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

Dubai is an unlikely combination of 7 Star hotels, theme parks and giant malls on the edge of the desert. It’s also one of the world’s busiest transport hubs. Given all this, it’s worth exploring Dubai on a stopover en route ...

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What Best Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam – The Best of Saigon

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

The collection of the best things to do in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam promises to call you to this ideal city. Formerly called Saigon and famed as “The Pearl

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6 local experiences to help you learn a European language

6 local experiences to help you learn a European language

by Intrepid Travel @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Being able to communicate a little more than the basics when visiting somewhere new will only enrich your travel experience. So, here are six different local European activities you can enjoy that’ll teach you some key phrases you can then use for the rest of your adventure.

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THAILAND – Restaurant hotspots in Chiang Mai & Chiang Rai; my personal list

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai are two cities in northern Thailand which are probably, if you are doing a 3-week Thailand itinerary, cities you’ll visit too. Several weeks ago, I did a Thailand road trip [...]

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Indiechine - from my heart to my kitchen a Vietnamese food blog, American in Hoi An blog, cooking, photography, style, travel, Vietnam


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VISIT TO KIM BONG CARPENTRY VILLAGE

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Kim Bong Carpentry Village is located on Cam Kim Commune, Hoi An, Quang Nam. The people originated from the north of Vietnam and village was formed in the late 15th […]

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Teach English Online: Get Paid With These Top 5 Companies

by Dariece Swift @ Goats On The Road

The internet is a wonderful thing. It’s opened the door for people to earn a full-time income, or side income from anywhere in the world. Teach English online, learn how to start a travel blog, or become famous on social media and be a brand ambassador for large companies. It’s all possible. If you’re looking […]

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Top 10 restaurants in Phnom Penh (P2)

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

10 best restaurants in Phnom Penh (Boeung Keng Kang Market) (Part 2) Last time, we already visited Boeung Keng Kang Market, the popular market for young people to look for fashion clothing at a reasonable price, and explored 5 of their best restaurants in Phnom Penh. Let’s continue looking further […]

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Cycling In Costa Brava: All You Need To Know To Plan Your Trip

by Ivana Greslikova @ Nomad is Beautiful

It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and can coast down them. Ernest Hemingway Cycling in Costa Brava isn’t on the bucket list of...

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How To Pack for the Camino de Santiago: The Ultimate Camino Packing List

by Audrey Scott @ Uncornered Market

How do you effectively pack for the Camino de Santiago — light and prepared? This is the place to find out. But first, some quick background. A beautiful walk, a memorable journey — one that comes up in conversation over and over again. That is our Camino de Santiago. Lessons learned, a stack of stories […]

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11 Things to do in Kampot, Cambodia for Mindful Adventurers

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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Kampot is a quiet riverside town near the south coast of Cambodia – and it’s also one of our favourite places in the world. Here’s your guide to the best adventurous things to do in Kampot, Cambodia. Kampot is quickly climbing the list of must-visit destinations in Cambodia but it’s not yet as overrun as […]

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Chicken with Fennel and Sticky Figs

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

Just four ingredients, plus some pantry staples, are all that you will need to produce this tasty,  speedy Chicken with Fennel and Sticky Figs recipe. It’s Mad March here in

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Top 8 Best Places to Visit in Manila: A Guide for Travellers

by Nikki Vella @ Goats On The Road

If you are travelling to the Philippines, it’s likely that your first port of call will be Manila. While it’s largely a city overshadowed by the far more popular destinations within the same Philippines archipelago, the attractions and places to visit in Manila are plentiful. Metro Manila is the metropolitan region surrounding the capital, Manila […]

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HOI AN STREET FOOD TOUR

HOI AN STREET FOOD TOUR


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Enjoy the street food at Hoi An HOI AN STREET FOOD TOUR  Hoi An street food tour is perfect introduction of Hoian cuisine and culture. This is great way to

Must-try Sapa Street Food for Memorable Vietnam Food Tours

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Sapa Street Food is on the list of discovery things for adventurers traveling to the North of Vietnam. Sapa is so lovely and scenic that enchants photographers, nature lovers, adventurers,

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6 month and 1 year Vietnam Visa (for non-US nationalities)

by admin @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

A couple of years ago it was impossible for first time travelers to apply for 6 month or 1 year Vietnam visa. The maximum visa duration available was 3 months, and those who wished to stay longer had to go through a strenuous visa extension procedure that required various proof of staying purpose: invest certification, […]

What to do in Halong Bay when you only have 1 day

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Halong Bay is one of the most popular travel destinations in Vietnam. It’s chock-full of things to see and to do. To visit and enjoy the place thoroughly in one day, there will be lots of things to consider, like what to see, what to eat, where to book a tour. To make your one […]

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The Gruesome World Of Harbin’s Siberian Tiger Park

by Alesha And Jarryd @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

Hidden in the isolated terrain of Far East Russia, one of the world’s most almighty species roams under an ominous threat. Poachers and deforestation have left the largest feline on the planet at a critical risk of extinction. With numbers in the wild dwindling below 500, the extraordinary Siberian tiger may not have long left […]

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3 days in Naples, Italy

by John @ HeNeedsFood

How you could spend 3 days in Naples

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An Experiential Travel Guide to Karakol, Kyrgyzstan: 25 Ideas to Get You Started

by Daniel Noll @ Uncornered Market

When readers ask, “I’m traveling to Karakol. Is there anything to do there? Where should I go?” We have a raft of ideas, often surprising them. Why? Because most travelers (and guidebooks) know Karakol, a town in eastern Kyrgyzstan, only as a jumping off point for popular day hikes and multi-day treks in the nearby […]

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Sharp decrease in stamping fees for Vietnam visa on arrival since 23rd November

by admin @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

After the 15 days visa-free proposal by Vietnam Tourism Association in July for five European countries (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the UK), a new circular 157/2015/TT-BTC has been recently issued setting up the regime of collection, remittance and use management of fee for issuance of passports, visas and papers sheet on entry, exit, transit […]

Khai Dinh tomb

by admin @ Hura Cars

Khai Dinh Tomb situated in the Chau Chu mountains. It is the resting place of the 12th emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty – Khai Dinh (1885-1925). Although the area of ​​this tomb is not too big but build it very meticulous and time-consuming, it took 11 years to built. Overall of tomb is a rectangular blocks rising to 127 steps. Maybe when you step foot in here, look at the step likely bored, don’t want to walk. But if you overcome these steps, you will have no regrets at all. Inside Khai Dinh Tomb brings a majestic beauty that anyone easy overwhelmed. This works

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A Quick Guide to Vancouver Bike Share and Vancouver Bike Rental

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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Vancouver bike rental couldn’t be easier. Here are all the details you need to use the Vancouver bike share program, to rent from a bike shop, or to rent a bike to ride the Stanley Park Seawall. Psst, if you’re in Vancouver, you need these posts, too: Grab our guide to 3 gorgeous Vancouver bike […]

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Stay here: The Art Inn, Florence, Italy

Stay here: The Art Inn, Florence, Italy

by Jess Carey @ Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

The Art Inn 6, Piazza di San Lorenzo, Florence http://theartinn.com Once we realised we’d be in Florence for New Year’s Eve, husband and I thought we’d better to book our accommodation in ASAP – it’s not the biggest city in the world, but young people from all over Tuscany come flooding in for it and … Continue reading Stay here: The Art Inn, Florence, Italy

Investing in Women: How Travelers Can Make a Difference on Their Next Trip

by Daniel Noll @ Uncornered Market

Reflections on the broader import of International Women’s Day, including why investing in women around the world is an investment in our future generations. We also examine how travelers can seek out organizations and travel service providers who directly invest in or indirectly impact the well-being of women in communities around the world. When we […]

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Two delicious dishes you can only find in Hoi An Vietnam - Inspitrip Blog

Two delicious dishes you can only find in Hoi An Vietnam - Inspitrip Blog


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Hoi An food is one of the best in Vietnam and we have narrowed down on two traditional dishes that can only be found here. The flavours and the taste can't be found elsewhere in Vietnam, making them legendary around food...

Mexico Monarch Butterfly Tour Review

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

This is part of a series of interviews with inspiring travelers. Today’s interview comes from Lauren about her Mexico Monarch butterfly tour. See more about tours and traveling with purpose here. All photos are by Lauren except Pinterest image. Tell us about yourself and your travel experience. I’m technically not a traveler, but rather I’m […]

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The Bizarre Salvation Mountain, California

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

As you take the repetitive drive down the never-ending straight roads, surrounded by the flat and barren Southern Californian Lower Desert, you...

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Tavern 38

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

As I wrapped up my Olympic adventure I was invited to one last brunch with my catering crew. It was on the fancy side of town, so I dusted off…

Hoi An Japanese bridge

by admin @ Hura Cars

Hoi An Japanese Bridge or Chùa Cầu  in Vietnamese is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hoi An ancient town, Vietnam. The original name of covered bridge is Lai Vien Kieu. It is considered that the Bridge belongs to the Japanese community in Quang Nam. It was built in the early 17th century. Arrive Hoi An, you must take trip to visit this pure beauty bridge. History and location A legend has it that the monster name Mamazu which has its head in India, tail in Japan and its back in Viet Nam when it move is reason

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CAO LAU – THE BEST STREET FOOD IN HOI AN

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Cao Lau is a unique dish in Hoi An. It has appeared since the 17th century when Nguyen Lord opened Hoi An trading port. It is not a Chinese or […]

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Vegan Guide to Taipei

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Our vegan guide to Taipei was easy to write as Taipei is heaven for vegans. In fact, we’d go as far to say that there are few cities in Asia where the vegan options are so plentiful, close to each other and downright good. If you haven’t been before, then stick it on your travel […]

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What it’s really like to visit Kyrgyzstan, the land of the nomads

What it’s really like to visit Kyrgyzstan, the land of the nomads

by Melissa Fagan @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Kyrgyzstan – as difficult to pronounce as it is to place on a map – is somewhere special. The only way to understand what it’s really like to visit is to experience it for yourself.

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3 Days in Rome: a Whirlwind Itinerary in the Eternal City

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and you certainly can’t experience it all in a day or even 3 days. Maybe just a taste, because come on, part of being in Italy is the food, right? Three days in Rome is enough to see the big sites and have a few decent meals along the […]

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London: Sunday Roast with Aunt Kim + Jules

by eandl @ where's your sense of adventure

We purposely left Sunday morning free to meet up with Kim and Jules, who proposed lunch at a pub on the Thames. To get out there we took the Tube to the Kew Garden station and met up at Tap on the Line pub for a quick drink, then took an Uber to The Bell & […]

10 of the World’s Best City Parks

by Hannah Lane @ The Inside Track

Surrounded by towering skyscrapers, roaring traffic and crowded streets, sometimes all you want to do is find some peace. Luckily, many of the world’s busiest urban areas also contain beautiful green spaces. Whilst some simply provide a quiet oasis in the midst of an urban jungle, others offer museums, world-class events and more. From the...

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CHINA – Chengdu craft beer bars; my personal hotspots

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

The craft beer scene in China is rapidly evolving since a few years. When I last visited Chengdu several years ago there wasn’t much going on but now bars are popping up around the city. [...]

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Health on the Road: 13 months with 4 kids

by Morgans Go Travelling @ Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

Before we left to travel the world with our four children we were very conscious of what food and what kind of environment we were living in.  Our health shift came during our 5 year old nephews battle against Leukemia ...

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Yin Ji – Have We Finally Found The Best Chee Cheong Fun?

by Sean Ng @ Miss Tam Chiak

When I think of chee cheong fun, I think of typical white rice rolls being drawn out of commercial metal steamers. Commercially produced or handmade, these slippery Cantonese rice rolls have received the plaudits of both street food eaters and food critics. One of the owners, Stephanie, shared with us the beginnings of the eatery....

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The Week That Was #43

The Week That Was #43

by Little Grey Box @ Little Grey Box

A look at the week that was and a little insight into the #bloglife, sharing things I just can’t share anywhere else! Highlights of the week My decision to take a bit of time off and give back to myself was a very good one! This week I’m feeling much more energised and refreshed. If you missed last week’s TWTW, my anxiety has resurfaced with a vengeance recently and brought a little depression with it for good measure! Thanks, anxiety, you’re the best! Again, I made myself clean the house last Friday, getting everything clean, tidy and in order. On Saturday morning, Matt and I got up early and went to the coast for a swim and just to spend some time laying out in the warm, morning sunshine, soaking in the fresh, salty air. It’s truly the best feeling in the world and it makes me so happy.  I’ll be going with Matt again tomorrow morning, so if you want to see the beaches we visit and get a dose of beach love yourself, I’ll post some updates on my Instagram’s Insta-Stories for you. All the photos in TWTW this week are from our beach trip last Saturday – so [...]

Green Village Homestay: Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Green Village Homestay: Mekong Delta, Vietnam

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

As our bus leaves Saigon, the honking, bustling, moped-dodging city life makes way for Vietnam’s quintessential countryside scattered with bobbing straw hats that shelter rice paddy field workers. We play spot the cargo on passing mopeds – piles of coconuts,... Continue Reading →

Extreme activities Singapore — Top 10 best out door adventure activities in Singapore

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

Singapore has not only the lush green gardens and plentiful food paradise, but the island has a lot of wonderful things for you to explore. If you’re a member of a passionate group, the following activities are sure to bring you the most excitement. Are you looking for some best adventure activities in Singapore (extreme […]

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Where To Stay In San Sebastian Spain: Our Accommodation Guide

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

San Sebastian is a beautiful Spanish seaside town in Basque Country. San Sebastian is known for it’s delicious and fun Pintxos Bars, charming Old Town and beautiful beaches. So where to stay in San Sebastian? We’ve put together our San…

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Quick-fire Packing Tips

by Rach Kusel @ Blogabout

Your trip is planned and you’re ready to go, but you still haven’t packed and don’t know where to start. We know that feeling well, we’ve all been there before! Thankfully it’s nothing to worry about as packing can be easy as pie. Here are a few basic tips to help you wrap your head around the daunting task of fitting weeks’ worth of stuff into one bag. You got this! Keep It As Small and Light as Possible This may seem obvious. But you’d be surprised how many tourists you see stumbling around Europe with a bag larger than a small child strapped to their back. Alternatively you’ll see the regret in their eyes as they drag ridiculously large suitcases across cobblestones. Why put yourself through that horror? Whether you go for the backpack or the wheelie suitcase option, if you can aim to keep the weight to around 10-12kg you’ll definitely thank yourself later. For a size guide, a 55L bag should be more than enough if you pack wisely. Remember you can always buy things you need whilst on the road – you don’t have to bring absolutely everything from home! Packing Cells Will Make Life Easier […]

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Tun Sakaran Marine Park – A Hidden Gem in Malaysia

by Jonai Republica @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

With unspoiled nature, vibrant marine life and picturesque seascapes, the heavenly islands of Sipadan and Tun Sukaran Marine Park (aka as Semporna Islands Park) can be hard to resist. Not just for divers, but for anybody who needs to answer ...

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Hanoi to Sapa: By Train or Bus?

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Located in the north-west of Vietnam with mountainous terrain, Sapa is expected to make a little bit more effort to reach from Hanoi than other destinations. However, this article will make your trips very easy to choose the comprehensive transportations for a 380-km road from Hanoi to Sapa.From Hanoi, there are several means to move […]

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Everything you need to know about etiquette in Japan

Everything you need to know about etiquette in Japan

by Jessie Thompson @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Respect the respect and keep the charm alive on your next visit to Japan.

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Hello from Brenu village!

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

We are now a week into our field work process and it is so exciting! The other day we had a great interview with a woman called Vida. She sells broflow (I have no idea of how to spell this) and porridge which is a normal breakfast and afternoon snack here. She invited us to

What Now For Morgans Go Travelling?

by Morgans Go Travelling @ Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

We have been asked this question many times since settling down and I am only just feeling ready to write it.  Unless you have travelled for a long period of time before you will not understand what it is like ...

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Salon and Delamotte Champagne Tasting Dinner @ St Regis KL

by Mei @ CC Food Travel

“A great champagne is first and foremost a great wine..” agree? And I am definitely not one to turn down an exquisite, finely paired...

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Where to stay in Hoi An when travelling on a budget

by Duyen My @ I Love Hoi An Tour

Hoi An is one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam as well as in Asia. That is why Hoi An accommodation is always a hot topic on this issue. A good accommodation will make the trip more completed, especially when we don’t have to pay much for it.  If you are looking for cheap

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San Cristobal de Las Casas – The Mexican City With a Twist

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

Stumbling off the night bus in San Cristobal de las Casas with one eye open and the other shut, half asleep,...

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A foodie road trip in Ryedale, Yorkshire

A foodie road trip in Ryedale, Yorkshire

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

We’re leaning as far forward as physically possible, wishing we hadn’t indulged in that extra Fat Rascal at Betty’s or the additional five small plates at Skosh the day before, and patting the dashboard of my tiny blue car in... Continue Reading →

9 Unique Things to do in Sicily

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

I have travelled to Italy quite a few times and it is in my top 5 of all countries in the world. I think...

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Scuba Diving In Nha Trang – Is It Worth It?

by Alesha And Jarryd @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

Our review from scuba diving in Nha Trang. Is it worth it? From the cenotes of Mexico to the coral gardens in the Ningaloo Reef in Australia, we have been pretty spoilt when it comes to incredible scuba diving. That doesn’t stop us from wanting to explore as many underwater worlds as possible, even when […]

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You cannot leave Hanoi without trying these dishes

by Fiona @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

One of the things that make Hanoi so addicted to many foreigners is the street foods. Speaking of Vietnamese street foods, they aren’t limited in some of the famous ones you often hear about like Pho, Bun Cha, Banh Xeo, Banh My, etc. There are dishes which you probably never heard of and they taste… …

The biggest French Food Festival in the world starts on the 21st of March 2018

by Mei @ CC Food Travel

Goût de France (Good France) is all about celebrating amazing French cuisine. And what better way to do this, than to well… EAT! Starting...

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Hong Kong – Must Eats

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

Today I am flying to Hong Kong, for the third time in less than a year. I just adore Hong Kong, it is Asia’s food paradise as far as I…

Exploring Cuisine and Restaurants in Hoi An, Vietnam

Exploring Cuisine and Restaurants in Hoi An, Vietnam


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Cuisine in Hoi An, Vietnam resembles a confluence of Chinese, Vietnamese and fusion. A guide on where to eat and what to eat when visiting Hoi An, Vietnam.

Travel Diary: My Journey in Bhutan, the Kingdom of the Thunder Dragon

by Gitika Saksena @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

As soon as the peaks of Everest and Kanchenjunga emerged from behind the clouds, my sister and I went shutter crazy. We were on a flight to Bhutan, and we were hovering over the mighty Himalayas. Mandira, a Bhutanese girl ...

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Tracking rhinos on foot in Uganda: one Intrepid traveller shares his story

Tracking rhinos on foot in Uganda: one Intrepid traveller shares his story

by Tom Broadhurst @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Amazingly, we had encountered a large gathering of six or seven rhinos – adult females and their young – with two one-tonne youngsters jousting in a mock fight barely 20 metres from our bushy refuge. 

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The Art of Assisted Serendipity

by Daniel Noll @ Uncornered Market

And yet the arc of a career is not entirely random or shaped in the end by factors beyond our comprehension or control. I have felt my whole life that I’ve been on a course and being guided, even though I didn’t know by what. — Steven Pressfield in Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t […]

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5 lovely Danang homestay you should stay

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Homestay is now a very popular business in Danang, one of the most desirable cities in Vietnam. These are houses of local people, ready to open the door to welcome tourists. Homestay has the warmth and friendliness of being in the house itself, showing the characteristics of indigenous people. Therefore, […]

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What Does it Cost to Live in Phnom Penh, Cambodia?

by Jen joslin @ Tripeasel Blog

  Moving to Phnom Penh? Considering it or want to learn more? In this article we delve into what life is like in Cambodia’s...

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ARGENTINA – The northwest; best 7-day Salta itinerary including Jujuy

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

A 7-day road trip in northwest Argentina will give a good impression of the area. I did this 1-week northwestern Argentina itinerary recently by car and enjoyed it a lot. I decided to start in [...]

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Hoi An Travel Guide | Explore with Ecokats - Sustainable Travel Blog

Hoi An Travel Guide | Explore with Ecokats - Sustainable Travel Blog


Explore with Ecokats - Sustainable Travel Blog

Hoi An is quaint little town having the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999. With many activities to choose, Hoi An is must visit in Vietnam.

ONE FOR FOODIES: MODERN WAYS TO DINE ABROAD

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

Long gone are the days when dining out meant searching endlessly for the local hotspots only to endure the disappointment of choosing the wrong location. Today, food and travel go hand in hand and resorting back to your hotel doesn’t have to be the only option. It has become much easier for travelers to embrace […]

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10 Greek Islands You Should Visit in your Lifetime

by Hannah Lane @ The Inside Track

Offering stunning beaches, dramatic coastlines and a Mediterranean climate, it’s little wonder the Greek Islands are one of the world’s top destinations. Home to some of the oldest European civilisations, the islands boast unique archaeological sites and fascinating local traditions. Whether you want to explore Greek heritage, lounge on a remote beach or dance the...

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Where to eat Hoi An bread

by Hoi An Food Tour @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

Where to eat Hoi An bread Photo by travel.anandi Since the baguette was introduced to Vietnam by the French in the late 19th century, local people have developed the recipes and turned it into Vietnamese bread, bánh mỳ. The meat-filled sandwich is now popular...

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The Jungle Utopia Semuc Champey

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

Diving into crystal turquoise pools in the middle of the Guatemalan jungle.  Scaling rickety stairs 500m up a cliff to look...

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How to Maximize a 3D2N Vacation in Hong Kong

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

There's so much to do and too many local delights to eat in Hong Kong. This 3D2N itinerary is great for those who want to make the best out of their trip!

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3 day itinerary in Hoi An

by Thinh Bui @ Hoi An Cycling

Based on many years of experience working in the tourism industry, Local Man (Tin Tin) has some ideal suggestions for a 3 day itinerary in Hoi An! Day 1 Shopping –enjoy the perfect shopping experience on the first day so you do not have to rush! Hoi An is world-famous for shopping and there is no […]

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7 Reasons to Visit Malta this Spring

by Emily Luxton @ Emily Luxton Travels

Perfect weather, empty beaches, and festivals galore - I've rounded up just a few of the reasons you should consider a trip to Malta this spring...

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Top 10 Vegan Eats in Sydney

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Having explored South East Asia for nearly 20 years and lived here for 4 years we have a good understanding of vegan travel in this region. We are currently looking for new countries to visit and Australia is on that list for sure; therefore when Olivia from Great Lost asked could she write about her […]

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Do you know what’s in Thai Papaya Salad?? Come learn how to make your own

by Hannah @ Street Food World Tour

PAPAYA SALAD INGREDIENTS 200g. green papaya – peeled & grated into thin strips ½ cup carrot thinly sliced 1-2 long string bean cut 1 inch long 3-5 small green chilies 2 tablespoon fish sauce 1 tablespoon lime juice 1 teaspoon palm sugar 1 big tomato cut in half and sliced 2 tablespoon dried shrimp 1 garlic glove 2 tablespoon crushed and roasted peanuts 1 eggplant cut in half and sliced HOW TO COOK Step 1:...

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News from the field!

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

We still live in Brenu by the beach and are very happy with it 🙂 A few days ago it was Independence day. The groups researching in Accra sent us videos of giant gatherings of people on Independence Square in the capital city whereas in Brenu we do not have a square like that, but

Private Island Paradise in Belize

Private Island Paradise in Belize

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine myself on a private island paradise in Belize. The Central American country had been on my travel list for years since I’m a certified scuba diver – did you know that the second largest barrier reef in the world (after the Great Barrier Reef in Australia) is just off the coast of Belize? My company (I’m a travel advisor!) was lucky enough to receive an invite for 3 nights on Royal Belize Private Island…I’m still in disbelief that I got to go! Royal Belize is a private island buyout which means that only one party can use it at a time, whether it’s one couple (hello unbelizeable honeymoon!) or a multi-generational family or group of friends. The island can easily accommodate 10 adults and varies when kids are thrown into the mix. There are various ways to get to the island depending […]

Hoi An With Kids 2018

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

Hoi An is a magical little town on the coast in central Vietnam. Famous for its UNESCO listed Old Town, tailors’ shops and monthly full moon lantern festival, it also has long sandy beaches and 5 star resorts. As such, it attracts family holiday makers in large numbers, they visibly out-number backpackers these days and […]

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24 hours of food in Hoi An, Vietnam

24 hours of food in Hoi An, Vietnam


My Adventure Travel

24 hours of food in Hoi An, Vietnam Researched and written by Mister Weekender, who travelled with My Adventure Travel

Kalam Polow Shirazi (Cabbage herbed rice with meatballs)- Iranian Cuisine

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

Kalam Polo Shirazi (from the region of Shiraz, Iran) was introduced into the family by my father. His love for this fragrant Iranian rice dish dates back to his childhood in Shiraz where my grandmother’s cooking reigned.  Years later when his mother passed away, he had to ask around in order to obtain the recipe. […]

10 under 10,000

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

I can’t believe it has been a month since my last post. As you may or may not know I have been working my ass off at the Pyeongchang Olympics.…

The Mayan Ruins of Tikal from Flores

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

Tikal National Park rightly holds its spot as arguably the most popular and well-known destinations in Guatemala.  There are hidden gems...

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Water Parks Malaysia. Top 5 Guide Including Legoland Water Park

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

With Malaysia’s tropical climate there is a definite need for the many water parks that call Malaysia home. What is the best water parks Malaysia? Here is my guide to the top 5. The water parks are located across Malaysia from The Lost World of Tambun in Ipoh right down to Legoland water park near […]

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Condado Vanderbilt Hotel (San Juan, Puerto Rico)

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

After 5 days spent in the east of the island in Fajardo, we travelled back to San Juan to experience the much talked about Fiestas de la Calle de San Sebastián,- a weekend of celebrations, food and drinks in the heart of the old town. The experience would not have been complete had we not […]

7 Reasons why bloggers should be paid

7 Reasons why bloggers should be paid

by Little Grey Box @ Little Grey Box

From the outside looking in, the life of a travel blogger can seem quite glamorous – especially when perusing perfect photos posted on social media. But one of the biggest challenges I face is making money. It can be really hard to turn down unpaid work when it’s presented because you know if you say no, the brand will likely find someone else to do it and you will have missed out on creating fresh content and building a relationship with a new client. As the fourth post in my ‘For Brands‘ series, I thought I’d share a few of the reasons why brands should pay bloggers, influencers and creators. I also want to say this – I recognise the work we do doesn’t even begin to compare to the work other people do, such as nurses, service men and women and first responders, and I’m cautious of this post coming across as a whinge. Instead, I just wanted to share some of my experiences and what I’ve learned since leaving my job. It’s taken a long time to feel like we deserve to be paid, especially because we love our jobs so much. I’m hoping this post shares some insight [...]

Best Accommodation in Quy Nhon According to your Budget!

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Quy Nhon is an undiscovered gem of tourism in the central coastline of Vietnam that you should not miss. Everything is so untouched and wild that it should be a desired destination for everyone, and the waves of tourists have yet to come. Therefore, finding a place to settle down for a few days or […]

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Hoi An Travel Guide

Hoi An Travel Guide


Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

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

Alternative Vacation: Signing Up for a Language Program

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

I know what some of you are thinking: “School on vacation? No thanks.” But hear me out. One of the great things about traveling is experiencing another culture. This includes learning the country’s history, tasting the food, and talking to the locals. Going to another country can give you a new way of looking at […]

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A Lifetime of Hope and Regret

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

While reading entries for my round-the-world trip contest, one theme came up time and time again: regret. There always seem to be two selves -- the one we are and the one we imagine ourselves to be. But regret also gives us the power to make big changes in our lives.

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The best places to eat and drink in Copenhagen: Day Two

The best places to eat and drink in Copenhagen: Day Two

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

The beauty of staying in an air bnb is we get to kid ourselves (just for a short while) that we’re cool enough to live in a flawlessly decked out apartment in Vestebro. I listen to live jazz fluttering up... Continue Reading →

See Another Side of Bali at The Menjangan – on the other side of Bali!

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

So, think you’ve done it all in Bali – looking for something different?  Head to The Menjangan and see another side of Bali. Ever since some time in the 1970’s

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Hoi An on a plate

Hoi An on a plate


The Straits Times

"Now that is secret," the chef says cryptically as we chug down the silty Thu Bon River.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

3 Essential Traveler Faces (Travel Safety 101)

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

The most extensive and versatile toolset any traveler has at their disposition, which also happens to be free, is their behavior. In this post, I am going to introduce you to the in my experience three most important facial expressions that experienced travelers use to facilitate their travels and stay safe.

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19 Things I Learned From 10 Years Blogging

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

10 years ago today, I published my very first blog post. Here is everything I have learned about the business of travel blogging in those 10 years, including how I learned from my failures, and how my readers became my number one priority.

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Visit a Veteran in Hoi An

by Thinh Bui @ Hoi An Cycling

Visit a Veteran Family in Hoi An Meet locals and get to know their lives is always a highlight for our travelers. Mr Dau family is always a highlight on Cam Kim island discovery!   MR DAU FAMILY ON OUR BICYCLE TOUR IN HOI AN Only able to visit Mr Dau family by joining one […]

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Tam Coc: A Day Trip From Hanoi, Vietnam

by Ivana Greslikova @ Nomad is Beautiful

This article will bring you to Tam Coc, a natural site in Vietnam, which is part of the Trang An Complex that you can explore by boat. We won’t be saying anything new if we said how much a single...

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Unwrapped: White Rose Hoi An, Vietnam - Street Food World Tour

Unwrapped: White Rose Hoi An, Vietnam - Street Food World Tour


Street Food World Tour

Who doesn’t like white roses? They are so pretty and smell lovely. EXCUSE ME, this is a food blog. We are referring about the food dish called White Rose silly.  White Rose is a has a secret recipe held by one family in Hoi An, Vietnam who supplies all the restaurants. Why white rose you ask? Because it looks just like a white rose silly. One of our favorite things to do in Hoi An was...

Mayura Zipline in Mondulkiri Cambodia – All You Need to Know Before You Go

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga. My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga. - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

If you’re up for a little eco-adventure in Mondulkiri Cambodia, you’ll find it at Mayura Zipline. Fly through the tree tops and see the famous Bousra Waterfall from above! The goal of my solo trip through Cambodia and Laos was to leap out of my comfort zone and have a few adventures. Mayura Zipline, just […]

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Normandy with Kids: War sites

by Morgans Go Travelling @ Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

As we travelled through Asia and studied the Vietnam War and the effects on many of the surrounding countries the kids developed a big interest in the history of War.  We were all excited to visit Normandy and visit the ...

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10 Things To See and Do in Florida Besides Theme Parks

by Kelly Helmer @ Goats On The Road

The first thing that comes to mind when somebody mentions Florida is of course the theme parks. Yes, Florida is known for its many attractions and especially Disney World in Orlando, and yes the theme parks are great fun for the whole family! However, what most visitors don’t know is that there are many other […]

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HOW TO HAVE A GREAT EXPERIENCE IN HOI AN

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Hoi An Ancient Town (Quang Nam) is a popular destination in Viet Nam, considered a haven for shopping with great souvenirs, antiques, handicrafts, art and silk. It is recognized since […]

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Top attractions in Hanoi city center

by Fiona @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

Hanoi is filled with cultural and historical charms – a place where you can find a perfect harmony of the old and the new, the traditional and the modern, the East and the West, all the conflicts co-existing and completing each other. Sword Lake and Old Quarter Sword Lake and the Hanoi Old Quarter together …

9 Best Nightlife in Hoi An 2017

by admin @ Hura Cars

Nightlife in Hoi An is blended within the Hoi An Ancient Town and Riverside, local activities, featuring trendy bars, coffee shop artistic lounges and live music area. Unlike other cities in Vietnam such as Hanoi, Hue or Sai Gon, most of the nightlife venues are within walking distance, open until 1h30 am, where you can buy the souvenir, play hard or just talk with the local. When the sun “fall in love”, all the streets of Hoi An Town are turned on with hundreds of red lanterns, and candles floating down Hoai River or somewhere you can hear a folk

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Free Penang Art – Street Art & Much More (Malaysia Guides)

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

When you think of Penang art, the first thing that might come to mind is Ernest Zacharevic’s street art. But these works are borne from a city that is a veritable melting pot of cultures: from the first Penangites to […]

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Best Zipline Chiang Mai — Swinging and exploring the tree tops in Chiang Mai

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

Not only is there a landmark with many famous temples, Chiang Mai (Thailand) also brings visitors a unique and unforgettable experience. One of them is the zipline swing experience to discover Chiang Mai from the tops of trees. Coming to this challenging game, you are not only flying over the cool green trees of the […]

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Shanghai 2017: overnight to Hangzhou

by eandl @ where's your sense of adventure

Wednesday For the middle of our trip we decided to visit one of the nearby cities, Hangzhou, which is famous for its leafy West Lake. To get there we took the metro about 45 minutes to the cavernous Shanghai Hongqiao train station where we planned to catch the high speed train to Hangzhou. We were surprised […]

5 reasons why I fell for Leon, Nicaragua (and why you will too)

5 reasons why I fell for Leon, Nicaragua (and why you will too)

by Isis-Maya Nissman @ Intrepid Travel Blog

One of the most refreshing aspects of Leon is how it truly feels like a city of locals. There is no better place to brush up on your Spanish, take a salsa class or even just visit the local market.

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Top 10 most common scams in Pattaya

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Pattaya is known for being one of the most famous resort towns in Thailand. When talking about Pattaya, one cannot avoid talking about its charming endless beaches, its sleepless night streets, and the sexy ladies of the walking streets. However, these scams below can totally ruin your experience while in the pearl of Pattaya Bay. […]

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Iconic Montreal Restaurants That You Cannot Miss

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Check out the iconic Montreal restaurants that are too good to miss during your next visit to Canada’s most epicurean city. We admit it. We adore Montreal. We’ve visited the French Canadian city five times in the past ten years including a recent month-long stay. And guess what? We can’t wait for our next visit so that we can enjoy more of the city’s culture, outdoor life and food. Especially the food. Montreal is a city that has it all when it comes to food – with bustling local markets filled with ...

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Where To Stay In Barcelona: Our Barcelona Accommodation Guide

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Barcelona is such a vibrant and beautiful city. We loved our time there, from exploring the little historic streets, the amazing architecture and the delicious food. So where to stay in Barcelona to make the most of your trip? Here are…

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Best Eats in Gangneung

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

If you are not an avid fan of my Instagram account, you may have been wondering where the hell I have been for the past two months.  For those who…

Things to do in Nha Trang – Travel...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Nha Trang is the ideal destination for those who want to go to the beach and enjoy vacation. But to have a “worthwhile” trip, have you already known how? Some of the travel experiences of things to do in Nha Trang 2018 summarized from many tourists will give you a […]

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THAILAND – Koh Samui restaurant guide: best food & craft beer bars

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Koh Samui is one of the most touristic islands of Thailand and a great place to finish a 3.5-week Thailand road trip. I enjoyed Koh Samui with my family. I went diving with my kids; [...]

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5 perfect destinations in Italy for solo travel

5 perfect destinations in Italy for solo travel

by Julie Faye Germansky @ Intrepid Travel Blog

From the rolling hills of Tuscany to the spectacular coastline, the dream Italy trip can be yours – whether you're thinking of adventuring on your own, or solo on a small group tour.

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Where to Eat in Zagreb – The Best Zagreb Restaurants, Cafes and Bars

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Wondering where to eat in Zagreb Croatia? Check out our Zagreb food guide for the best Zagreb restaurants, cafes, bars and markets. We didn’t know much about Croatian food until we spent two months exploring Zagreb cuisine. The same can be said for Zagreb itself, a city that lives in the shadow of Croatia’s sexy coastline with a plethora of over-touristed cities like Dubrovnik, Split and Hvar. Gaining favor in recent years as a European city break destination due to its quaint city center and trendy Museum of Broken Relationships, Zagreb ...

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Vietnamese Spices and Herbs to Know While Cooking The Local Food

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Vietnamese spices and herbs are important things when you want to cook the real Vietnamese food. Come to Vietnam, foreign tourists are not only impressed by a small country with

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All You Need To Know About Kayaking in Halong Bay 

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Kayaking has appeared in Halong Bay since the early 90s of the last century. At first, kayaking is mainly for foreigners who are adventurous. Up to date, the domestic visitors, especially the active young people who love exploring, are also very interested in this type of tourism. So what to prepare for the trip with […]

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Take a Day Tour of Gorge-ous Taroko National Park in Hualien, Taiwan

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

Before our trip, I read that Taiwan's east coast is near and dear to the hearts of many Taiwanese. For them, it's a special place, perhaps the most beautiful in Taiwan. We went on a day tour of Taroko National Park and our guide Tony described how it's one of the only places in the country where you could enjoy the mountains and ocean all at once.

Penang Food Culture: Street Food, Coffee, Instagramable Desserts & More

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

Penang food (and drink) culture is a reflection of the island’s people: a mix of flavors and traditions from around the World. Chinese, Indian, European, and Middle Eastern culinary concepts have blended with local Malay recipes and ingredients. And while […]

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Vietnamese Food for Beginners - World Travel Chef

Vietnamese Food for Beginners - World Travel Chef


World Travel Chef

Vietnamese Food blog and guide for beginners. Traveling to Vietnam and want to know what to eat? This simple guide lists 22 of the most common Vietnamese dishes you'll find in which regions. Dishes such as Pho Bo, Oc, Com Ga Mi quang, Cau lau and white rose of Hoi An.

This is how to find + approach bloggers about working together

This is how to find + approach bloggers about working together

by Little Grey Box @ Little Grey Box

For brands of all shapes and sizes, there are many benefits of working with bloggers, influencers and creators (I’ll just refer to us collectively as creators from this point on). If you missed my last post, you should read, ‘This is why brands really need to work with bloggers.’ While the benefits are clear, the steps on exactly how to work with creators can be a tad murky. To help brands understand how to find and approach us, here’s the second post in my ‘For Brands,’ series, sharing everything I know on the subject! This post is great for brands looking to learn more about how to work with creators but it’s also useful for creators too. You’ll learn what to expect, how a brand might find you and a little insight into best practice. Perfect for newbie bloggers or those wanting to turn their platform into a full-time career/source of income at some point. You need to know what you want Before you even start looking for a creator, you need to have a very clear understanding of what you want. The more organised you are and the better understanding you have of what you want, the more successful it will [...]

The 10 Best Weekend Getaways From Sydney

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

There are loads of great weekend getaways near Sydney. Sydney does have so much to offer – check out my Sydney Highlights and Watsons...

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Eight Festive Foods From Around The World

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

Whether it’s Icelandic laufabrauð, sweetly spiced German stollen or an elaborate New Zealand pavlova, families around the world have their own festive food traditions. If you’re traveling during the holiday season, take time to experience the joy of new and exotic seasonal foods. Alternatively, take inspiration from around the world and make room for something […]

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Experience Tramoramic Hong Kong — Explore Hong Kong on the 100 years old Tramoramic tram

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

Hong Kong is one of the most popular tourist cities in Asia. Hong Kong’s tourist attractions are not the wonders of nature, but there are many mystery things, but their own charms. Discovering Hong Kong on the centuries-old Tramoramic tram (Tramoramic Hong Kong, Tramoramic HK, Tramoramic tour HK) is one of the most popular tourist […]

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REMEMBER WHEN: SIX STYLISH TRAVEL REVOLUTIONS 

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

From boutique hotels to smartphone apps and personalized services, traveling and staying in style is a far cry from the paper tickets of the 80s or key cubbies of the 90s. Exploring your favorite destination has never been more chic or accessible. To celebrate our 40th Anniversary, we thought we’d reminisce and take a look […]

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How to enjoy your trip in Hoi An within 24 hours

by Hoi An Food Tour @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

What will you do if you just have 24 hours in Hoi An? This article will give you some recommendations about things to do, what to eat in Hoi An within a day. Hoi An by Tứ Khoa Lâm Something about Hoi An ancient...

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The Ultimate Guide to Sri Lanka’s North East

by Hannah Lane @ The Inside Track

Sri Lanka’s north east is a world apart from the rest of the island. Closer to India than Colombo, the area has retained its own unique character. Due to Tamil migrants from southern India repeatedly invading and colonising the north east, the area’s culture owes as much to Hindu India as to Buddhist Sri Lanka....

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Eating the city: Hoi An, Vietnam

Eating the city: Hoi An, Vietnam

by Jess Carey @ hoi an – Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

There is a truly ridiculous amount of great food in Hoi An, and as with most of South East Asia, the best of it is on the streets. Add these dishes to your “to eat” list when you visit… White rose dumplings. A shrimp-filled dumpling, wrapped in thin, translucent dough and shaped to look like … Continue reading Eating the city: Hoi An, Vietnam

LAOS – Top must see places in Luang Prabang if you have 1 or 2 days

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Luang Prabang is the former capital of Laos and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s a small city with a pleasant atmosphere. There are temples scattered around town, colonial houses from the time it [...]

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Through my eyes: waterside in Hoi An

Through my eyes: waterside in Hoi An

by Jess Carey @ hoi an – Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

So much happens by the water in Hoi An. Boatmen and women chasing tourists down for a river ride. Locals selling hammocks and fruit. Children running around barefoot and giggling. Slack-jawed tourists pointing their cameras in every which direction. A few long fisherman and women throwing out and pulling in nets. Lunch and cigarette breaks. … Continue reading Through my eyes: waterside in Hoi An

Day 53-54 Siem Reap

by Terry Mckenna @ Tripeasel Blog

Day 53 – 6th April 2016 When doing our research, a place of interest not widely known is Tonle Sap Lake that has a...

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Must Eat Food in Hoi An – Tips on Hoi An Cuisine

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Discover some of must eat food in Hoi An and know why the local cuisine is one of reasons for people travel to Hoi An
There is a saying that

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Exploring Vietnam: The Colorful Food Culture of Hoi An - 13 Things to Eat - Hoi An Food Guide

Exploring Vietnam: The Colorful Food Culture of Hoi An - 13 Things to Eat - Hoi An Food Guide


Bites & Bourbon

I've been to Southern Vietnam with family as a kid and I hated it. I found myself bored to death and glued to my Gameboy Original playing Tetris. Back then, I wasn't at an age to understand or embrace my roots. Things change with age, of course, and now I'm curious about the&nb

Belgian beer festival: a cultural exploration

by Haike @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

Belgians are proud people, even though they would not boast blatantly open towards other people, and as much as they try to berate things they don’t like about their country, they also do like to defend some parts of our culture that are worth defending. If one is to think about Belgium and its (in)famous …

How Much Czech Food Did We Eat on Our Epic Prague Food Tour?

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

We spent a full day eating our way around the Czech Republic’s glorious capital city on an epic Prague food tour. Was it fun? You bet. But how much Czech food did we eat? A weekend was not enough time for us to explore the charming city Prague. As slow travelers, we like to spend a month in each city that we visit. Prague is no exception to this rule. In an ideal world, we’d hang out at Prague cafes, wander aimlessly along the city’s ancient cobblestone streets and leisurely gaze ...

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Cherry Blossoms 2018 – Sakura Forecast Dates – Japan, Korea and Taiwan

by Expedia Singapore @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

The best time of year to visit Japan is during the Cherry Blossoms season. ‘Hanami’ or cherry blossom viewing, is a pretty magical experience as you wander through tree groves under the bloom of delicate petals of the sakura (cherry) ...

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BRAZIL – Belo Horizonte restaurant guide: my favorite hotspots

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Recently I did a 5-day Minas Gerais trip before a business conference in Sao Paulo. I had dinner at the following five Belo Horizonte restaurants. Although you can wake me any time for churrascaria I [...]

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Family in Tra Que herb and vegetable village

by Thinh Bui @ Hoi An Cycling

Family in Tra Que herb and vegetable village A great opportunity to close-up to local lives in Hoi An when we join Hoi An – Rural Experience tour, we visit a family in Tra Que village where we meet incredible happy couple who become history books for young people in Hoi An. Their lives have […]

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3 day itinerary in Hoi An - Hoi An Cycling

3 day itinerary in Hoi An - Hoi An Cycling


Hoi An Cycling

Based on years working in tourism, it is our sample 3 day itinerary in Hoi An for those spending your time in Hoi An. Hope you find some tips for your plan!

A teen’s eye view of Intrepid family tours

A teen’s eye view of Intrepid family tours

by Intrepid Travel @ Intrepid Travel Blog

As a teenager, Faye Wilkinson travelled on several Intrepid family holidays. We spoke to her about her memories of them and the lasting impression they’d had.

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Leanne’s Journal: Budapest

by Busabout @ Blogabout

The excitement is real as I head back to a city that stole my heart a few years ago! Definitely one of the most underrated cities in Europe, if you’ve never set foot here before you’re in for a real surprise. Commonly considered to be “the little Paris of Central Europe”, this Hungarian capital has the same amount of magic, a surprisingly pumping nightlife scene, and your money will stretch a hell of a lot farther here! Within a 1000-year-old culture, you will find historical monuments paralleled with modern buildings and a youthful vibrancy throughout this charming city. A post shared by Busabout (@busabouteurope) on May 25, 2017 at 2:22am PDT Budapest is made up of two distinct sides, Buda and Pest, which run on either side of the Danube River. Navigating this city in a day means a fair bit of walking, but our centrally located Wombat’s Hostel was the perfect base to plan our walking itinerary around. Just a few minutes away was the St. Stephens Cathedral, the largest church in Budapest dedicated to Hungary’s first king. This place houses Hungary’s most sacred treasure – St. Stephen’s mummified right hand. It’s well worth a look! We took a […]

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Visit Crush 2018 and Learn Why South Australians are Crushing on Adelaide Hills Wine

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

It’s going to be a hot one everywhere in Adelaide this long weekend, so why not head for the hills, visit Crush 2018 and chill out with some great wine?

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One Day In Colmar France: Colmar Itinerary + Printable Map

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Is it possible that every area of France is absolutely beautiful? I think so. I am absolutely in love with France. The Alsace region was an area I hadn’t explored until recently. After visiting Strasbourg and Colmar, it’s yet another…

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THAILAND: The Global Street Food Dish that is Pad Thai (Recipe)

by Jakob Polaco @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

Pad Thai is a street food item that everyone has pretty much heard of at this point. It is a global dish, and one which can taste completely different depending on where it was served.

Eat here: Hoa Anh Dao Sakura Restaurant, Hoi An, Vietnam

Eat here: Hoa Anh Dao Sakura Restaurant, Hoi An, Vietnam

by Jess Carey @ hoi an – Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

Hoa Anh Dao Sakura Restaurant 119-121 Nguyễn Thái Học, Minh An, tp. Hội An http://www.hoiansakura.com/ Back to Vietnam this morning, to one of the most brilliant restaurant experiences I’ve ever had. On the banks of Hoi An’s Thu Bon River stands a beautiful, golden building. It’s clearly been there for a while, with the peeling … Continue reading Eat here: Hoa Anh Dao Sakura Restaurant, Hoi An, Vietnam

A MINI GUIDE TO GHENT, BELGIUM

by Diana @ Tripeasel Blog

After my month in Scotland and before my adventure in Northern Ireland, I decided to leave the UK and escape to Belgium for a...

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Venice: meet the entrepreneurs set on preserving the city’s artisans

by Julia Buckley @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

Venice is a beguiling prospect. Tourists are pushing out the locals but one pair of entrepreneurs are set on saving the artisans

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THAILAND – Four Seasons Chiang Mai: A luxury treasure in the Mae Rim Valley

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Four Seasons Chiang Mai is a hotel that’s something different than your usual hotel stay and a unique place. They offer ultimate luxury in a magnificent setting between rice fields in the Mae Rim Valley. [...]

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Eight delicious street dishes you must try in Hoi An

by Hoi An Food Tour @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

Eight delicious street dishes you must try in Hoi An Hoi An is not just famous for its ancient beauty that has been recognized many times worldwide but also for its authentic cuisine. Hoi An is one of the 25 most attractive destinations for foodies...

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The Great Rio San Juan, Nicaragua

by Kate and Mark @ Tripeasel Blog

Crossing the border from Costa Rica into Nicaragua is a mere one-hour boat ride down the river. Emerging from the jungle towards the small town of...

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Trying Balut in Cambodia

by Jen joslin @ Tripeasel Blog

Trying balut The once in a lifetime experiences (read: the crazy sh*t you look back on) created through travel can make strangers into lifelong...

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9 best restaurant in Hue 2017

by admin @ Hura Cars

The top of restaurants in Hue that you must try and compare with other region’s cuisine. Here is list of best restaurant that close proximity to Hue’s iconic landmarks, most of these restaurant feature equally opulent interiors and exceptional service as well as traditional music and dance performances. Catering to the growing numbers of foreign travelers, the city is also teeming with trendy bistros and expat-owned cafes serving familiar European and western fare such as pastas, pizzas and grilled meats, paired with an extensive list of wines, beers and spirits. From frills-free local eateries to upscale international restaurants, read on

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A Mini Guide to Hoi An, Vietnam - Goats On The Road

A Mini Guide to Hoi An, Vietnam - Goats On The Road


Goats On The Road

Hoi An is a stunning fishing village located on the Central Coast area of Vietnam in the Quảng Nam Province. The main draw for visitors is the beautifully preserved UNESCO Ancient Town area running alongside the serene Thu Bon River. The narrow streets and abundance of beautiful hanging lanterns will make you feel like you’re …

Top 13 Best Things to Do in Bangkok

by Sasha Savinov @ Goats On The Road

Glittering temples and sleazy go-go bars. Towering high-rises and riverside shanty towns. Alms-receiving monks and bucket-guzzling backpackers. This, my friends, is a city of contrasts. Welcome to Bangkok, the Thai capital often referred to as the Big Mango. With so much going on, it can be hard to figure out the best things to do […]

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How to Travel From Hoian to Da Nang Airport

by Trinh Cherry @ I Love Hoi An Tour

Danang and Hoian tour are amazing tours in Vietnam. When you are in Hoian tour, you can enjoy the wonderful landscapes as well as the local food. Besides Hoian – ancient town, you should visit Danang to enjoy the fulfill of traveling in Vietnam. And when you want to travel from Hoian to Danang airport,

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Delicious Must-Try Dishes in Hoi An and Where to Find Them!

Delicious Must-Try Dishes in Hoi An and Where to Find Them!


The Christina's Blog

Hoi An is a magical lantern-lit town full of alleyways to explore. Equally amazing is the Central Vietnamese food. Here are our must-try dishes in Hoi An!

Vietnam visa for Lithuanian passport holders

by admin @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

Commonly, Vietnam visa can be applied either at a Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in your country, or at Vietnam Department of Immigration via a travel company or a visa agent. However, there isn’t a Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in Lithuania. The closest available Vietnam Embassy is in Poland. So for Lithuanians looking forward to visiting Vietnam, Vietnam visa is […]

Shanghai 2017: Nanxing

by leandra @ where's your sense of adventure

After a leisurely breakfast, we spent a couple of hours Friday morning on FaceTime with family and friends wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving back in the States (where it was still Thursday evening). After our calls home we took the subway northwest to Nanxing, known for its xiaolongbao street and Guyi Gardens. We started with […]

I Still F*ing Hate Koh Phi Phi

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Koh Phi Phi is one of the most popular islands in Thailand. But I hate it. It's overdeveloped, expensive, and bursting with an overabundance of tourists. What was once a paradise has now become a shallow tourist trap. It's for that reason that I don't think I'll ever go back.

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

by Victoria Pham @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Discover the fascinating Penang with its natural beauty, architecture and street art Penang is dubbed as a jewel of the culture and tradition of Malaysia. This city is endowed with dazzling natural beauty along with unique architecture. Are you finding a Penang budget trip? Are you finding a Penang budget trip? Let’s discover the charming, hidden […]

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THAILAND – Akyra Manor Hotel Chiang Mai: intimate luxury for families & couples

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Akyra Manor Hotel Chiang Mai was my home for 4 nights when I was in Chiang Mai during my 3-week Thailand road trip. My wife and kids travelled with me. Akyra Manor Hotel is a 5-star [...]

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What to expect on a cycling trip in Southern Thailand

What to expect on a cycling trip in Southern Thailand

by Mark Hewitt @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Southern Thailand is the ultimate cycling destination in South East Asia – full of real-life experiences, superb food, beautiful beaches, wildlife-filled jungle and smooth roads.

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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE JAPANESE COVERED BRIDGE

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

The Japanese Covered Bridge is one of the famous tourist attractions in Hoi An, Vietnam. Visit Hoi An Old Town, you just don’t want to miss this Bridge. This topic is […]

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Ko Lipe: The Greatest Month in All my Travels

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Have you ever found yourself falling completely in love with an unexpected destination? A spontaneous trip to Ko Lipe, Thailand, ended up being one of the best decisions I have ever made. Here's how a quick visit to see a friend turned into a month-long journey of pure bliss.

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How to Conquer Java, Indonesia Like A Local

by Theodore Salim @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

Java, the most populated island in Indonesia, attracts many travellers each year and it’s easy to see why. Consisting of 6 provinces from Banten in the West all the way to East Java, this island has some world-famous attractions such ...

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU GET DETAINED AT THE BORDER

by Diana @ Tripeasel Blog

TRAVEL BLOGGERS SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCES AND TIPS With all these new immigration regulations coming I am absolutely sure that crossing borders will become harder...

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Palermo, Sicily

by John @ HeNeedsFood

Bumming about Sicily's melting pot of culture and history

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Hanoi airport transfer to hotel and services at...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Noi Bai International Airport is one of the three largest international airports in Vietnam besides Tan Son Nhat International Airport and Da Nang International Airport with 2 terminals: T1 terminal is for domestic flights and T2 terminal for international ones. To get more knowledge about Hanoi airport transfer to hotel […]

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Best Danang Seafood Restaurants – Where to eat in Da Nang

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Best Danang seafood restaurants is one of the most wanted information since 5 years. With the rapid development, Danang becomes not only the most-worth living city but also a very

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Naxos, Queen of the Cyclades

by John @ HeNeedsFood

Traditional villages, ancient history & delicious regional delicacies

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Ulla Hefel Böhler: My 2018 Insight Vacations and Luxury Gold Bucket list

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

What better way to plan your next trip than getting some inspiration from someone who lives, breathes and works in travel? We caught up with our CEO Ulla Hefel Böhler to find out what’s on her bucket list this year: Ulla: I’m very lucky to have traveled extensively both personally and professionally but it seems […]

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Best Time to Travel to Bangkok and Interesting Things to Discover

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Bangkok's charming city has a beautiful natural landscape and the vibrant atmosphere of the crowded city with the low-cost shopping paradises. Every year, Bangkok receives millions of tourists from all over the world. The tourist season in Bangkok usually starts from mid-October to April next year. In order not to affect your travel budget, the […]

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Best Camera For Travel 2018 (The Complete Photography Guide)

by Alesha And Jarryd @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

We cut out all the guess work and tell you the best camera for travel in 2018 as part of our Ultimate Photography Series. Updated to include the best travel cameras in 2018. One of the best souvenirs you can bring home from your travels is photographs. As the old saying goes, pictures are worth […]

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Homeschooling ( Worldschooling) History

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

I had a conversation over beers last night with two gorgeous young Hungarian women about the realities of homeschooling ( home education, worldschooling, unschooling, whatever you’d like to call it). They were totally new to the concept of education outside school and thought classrooms and teachers were the only way to get educated. They seemed […]

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I review Hoi An with unique central Vietnam dishes

I review Hoi An with unique central Vietnam dishes


Vancouver Sun

Until now, when I associate Hoi An in central Vietnam, not only with a little black dress I had made by one of the town’s many skilled tailors but with sending my husband on a frantic search …

Three days in Hoi An, Vietnam - HeNeedsFood

Three days in Hoi An, Vietnam - HeNeedsFood


HeNeedsFood

Three days in Hoi An, one of the world's most enchanting cities.

A journey through tea country, Sri Lanka

A journey through tea country, Sri Lanka

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

A journey through tea country in Sri Lanka – on the train from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya, meeting tea pluckers and their children, and a tour of a working tea factory.

Romantic Retreat At Alila Villas Uluwatu

Romantic Retreat At Alila Villas Uluwatu

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

The last stop on my work trip to Bali last December, Uluwatu, was new to me. I’d been in the area before for the famous kecak dance at the Uluwatu Temple – a must for any first time visitor to Bali that are interested in learning about Balinese culture – and spent an afternoon on one of the little beaches there. However, I had never stayed in Uluwatu before. Although I stayed with a group of travel advisors for work, I couldn’t help but imagine staying for a romantic retreat at Alila Villas Uluwatu in Bali. In general, Alila is quickly becoming one of my favorite hotel brands. I recently stayed at the newly reopened Ventana in Big Sur and at Alila Seminyak (also in Bali). The Alila hotels are sleek, sexy and modern while still feeling extremely comfortable. Alila Villas Uluwatu is entirely composed of villas ranging from one […]

Hotel Life: COMO Hotels in Ubud, Bali

Hotel Life: COMO Hotels in Ubud, Bali

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

Ubud, Bali is such a magical place. And as such, it’s a must on any Bali itinerary. I visited Ubud the very first time I was in Bali in July 2016 as one of my last Southeast Asian destinations before returning home from my year as an expat in Vietnam. When I had the opportunity to go back to explore Bali on a work trip, I jumped at the chance and was thrilled I’d be returning. Since it is a such a popular Balinese destination for travelers, it should come as no surprise that there are plenty of hotels to choose from. I have my favorites after my visit – of course every client is different, so one person may love hotel A, while another client loves hotel B. While I can count a handful of Ubud hotels I love for clients, two of my favorite hotels are the COMO […]

Dublin: where we stayed

by eric @ where's your sense of adventure

For whatever reason, hotels were quite pricey for the weekend we were in Dublin and we weren’t finding any good deals near the river. Leandra found a great rate on a car rental, so I expanded the search and found a few places that included parking near Baggot Street. This turned out to be good […]

Things to do in Bari, Italy

by John @ HeNeedsFood

Ancient streets, stunning cathedrals and excellent pasta

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The best time of year to travel to Costa Rica

The best time of year to travel to Costa Rica

by Emily Kratzmann @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Despite being so close to the equator and boasting a year-round tropical climate, the varying microclimates mean that the weather conditions can change quite dramatically, depending on when - and where - you travel.

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Hoi An Street Food: Our Favourite Vietnamese Dishes And Experiences

Hoi An Street Food: Our Favourite Vietnamese Dishes And Experiences


Almost Landing

Some of my favourite Vietnamese dishes and Vietnamese food experiences can be found in Hoi An. Here are our favourite Hoi An Street Food picks.

Top islands in Malaysia — Top 10 best beaches & best islands in Malaysia

by Q Chan @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Malaysia’s tourism is not only well known for the Twin Towers or the bustling metropolis but also for beautiful paradise islands, with the cheap price and the not-too-crowded ambience. Are you looking for best beaches (Malaysia beach holiday destinations) and top islands in Malaysia? Let’s discover top 10 wonderful beaches and best islands in Malaysia with […]

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5 Stops You Shouldn’t Skip On Your Euro Trip

by Rach Kusel @ Blogabout

If you’re in the planning phase of your upcoming adventure with Busabout, or simply daydreaming about where you’ll go when the time comes, there are bound to be some big city names on your list. Berlin, Amsterdam, Rome, Prague, Barcelona… But what about those smaller locations that you don’t recognise? Hop-on Hop-off has some truly epic optional stops that you might never have heard of, but don’t let that deter you from making the most of these hidden gems. Often it’s these lesser-known small towns that become the highlight of your trip, and they’re definite favourites among our past travellers! Zakopane Lying in the foothills of the Tatra Mountains in southern Poland, Zakopane is a beautiful village popular with hikers and nature-enthusiasts all year round, and gets a wave of visitors in winter for skiing. Wooden houses and chalets line the small residential roads, and the cute main street is filled with numerous stalls, traditional restaurants and cosy bars where you can get far too comfortable. You can wander the cobbled street and marvel at the old buildings that look like something straight out of a fairy tale. Find a restaurant and sit down to a warm, hearty Polish meal […]

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5 top reasons to take a cycling tour while traveling

by Thinh Bui @ Hoi An Cycling

5 TOP REASONS TO TAKE A CYCLING TOUR WHILE TRAVELING Taking a cycling tour while traveling? So many reason you should do, specially in Hoi An, Vietnam. Here are some reasons that summarized by an experts of Hoi An Cycling Team 1. Moving at your own pace Our modern life is about being busy, most of us […]

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Infamous Spanish Seafood Paella Recipe

by Hannah @ Street Food World Tour

Seafood Paella  Seafood Paella the national dish of Spain! You can’t go to Spain without having Paella, and there are several variations of Paella you are sure to find one that fits your tastebuds. Let’s learn how to cook the infamous seafood paella also known as seafood mixta. Serves 4 Ingredients 340g white Spanish bomba rice 4 large prawns with shells still on 200g mussels 200g clams 1 cuttlefish/squid 1 liter fish stock 1 clove...

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4 Hoi an Villages in Countryside You Should Try

by Duyen My @ I Love Hoi An Tour

If you want to escape from busy life, the countryside is always what you shouldn’t miss when you travel to Vietnam. The peaceful countryside in Vietnam is always the unforgettable thing in tourists’ eyes. Therefore, if you consider Hoi An as one of your destinations, you should spend time visiting Hoi An villages including Thanh

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Rules to eat healthily for safe travel

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Eating local foods is the best way to explore the culture of places you’re going to. However, when you’re travelling abroad, away from your lovely kitchen, you’ll be likely to get sick because of contaminated food and this can totally ruin your holiday. But don’t panic, you can totally prevent food borne illness with just some simple tips […]

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The first week in Kathmandu

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

Today it’s Monday, meaning the first week of studies has finished. What a mind-blowing week it has been! We are 18 students with very different backgrounds but with two important things in common, a love for travelling and a sense for humor, this of course includes our loving study leaders, Elida and Samrat. Last Sunday

Top 10 Things To Do in Hoi An

Top 10 Things To Do in Hoi An

by Jess Carey @ hoi an – Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

1. Take in an amazing view and a delicious meal at Hoa Anh Dao Sakura Restaurant http://www.hoiansakura.com/ Where? 119-121 Nguyễn Thái Học, Minh An, tp. Hội An Why go? It’s one of the fancier restaurants in town, and it’s well worth it. That said, we ordered 6 dishes (including seafood), 3 beers and a cocktail, and got away for … Continue reading Top 10 Things To Do in Hoi An

Bangkok’s panorama in 25 places to visit

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Bangkok originated from a small commercial center, which is a trading port located in the west of the Chao Phraya River about 200 years ago. Today, as the city grows at the pace of the times, the cultural, religious and historical beauty is still intact, becoming a feature attracting global tourists. Not just gorgeous temples, […]

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Montenegro, Tiny Have-It-All – A Complete Guide & 1-Week Itinerary

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

Nothing ever happens in Montenegro.’ What makes young Montenegrins despair is a lucky circumstance for visitors. Most of the people we’ve met on our two-week road trip across the country were warm, welcoming and curious for a chat with us; […]

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The Best Beaches in Puglia for your Vacations in Italy

by Ivana Greslikova @ Nomad is Beautiful

This is a guide for your vacations in Puglia, Italy. This beautiful region also known as ‘Italy’s bootheel’ is famous for its delicious food, amazing culture, wonderful people with high sense of hospitality and a crystalline sea with some of the most...

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Favourite and Recommended Hotels, Hostels and Guest Houses in Southeast Asia

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

It’s time for us to write a post on our favourite and recommended hotels, hostels and guest houses in Southeast Asia. We’ve been travelling the world for 5 years now and a lot of that time has been spent in Southeast Asia, some of these places we’ve used multiple times, others we’ve used once and […]

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How to prepare for your trekking adventure: our 10-step training guide

How to prepare for your trekking adventure: our 10-step training guide

by James Shackell @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Sure, you can rock up at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro with nothing but a song in your heart and a pocket full of dreams. But you’re going to be in for a bit of a shock.

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Best Travel Hair Dryers 2018

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

Hotel hair dryers can be a crapshoot. It is so disappointing to arrive at a hotel when you haven’t packed a hair dryer and...

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7 Must Eat Places When Visiting L.A.

by admin @ Street Food World Tour

When visiting L.A. the restaurant options are practically endless. It can even be overwhelming with the insane amount of choices, but we’ll help you narrow down where to eat while in Los Angeles. No matter if you are staying downtown or in a California beach house rental on the coast, we’ve got you covered in this list of must eat places in L.A. Pink’s Hotdogs LA is home to one of the most deliciously ridiculous...

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Beyond Marrakech: Top Five Experiences in Morocco

by Hannah Lane @ The Inside Track

Most people arriving in Morocco tend to flock to the city of Marrakech. And with good reason, the city is home to beautiful Moorish and Islamic architecture, bustling souks and a feast of spicy aromas. But beyond Marrakech is a host of other exciting and unusual experiences guaranteed to make your trip to Morocco all...

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Dessert Museum Manila: 8 Themed Rooms to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

The Dessert Museum isn't really a museum but a pastel-hued attraction dedicated to candy and sweets. It boasts eight themed rooms, each inspired by a different confection like donuts, marshmallows, and gummy bears. If you like sweets and Instagram, then you're going to love this place.

Ultimate Traveler Gift Guide

by Audrey Scott @ Uncornered Market

After over ten years of round-the-world travel we've learned a few things about what works and what doesn't when it comes to travel gear. So, we've put together some of our favorite travel gear into this gift guide for adventure travelers. If you're looking to buy something for an adventurous or curious traveler in your […]

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13 Interesting Markets in Asia

by Jen joslin @ Tripeasel Blog

Have you been to any of these markets in Asia? Stalls piled high with every good imaginable. Sense assaulting colors and smells. Fresh produce and...

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Our vegan fine dining experience at the highest hotel in the world

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Can we all just stop for a minute so we can talk about our vegan fine dining experience at the highest hotel in the world? You can probably tell it was exciting for us, right? Being anywhere that is the highest, tallest, biggest, hottest, smallest etc in the whole entire world always makes us a […]

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The best places to eat and drink on Tobago

The best places to eat and drink on Tobago

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

We weave our way through the car park of Scarborough Market in Tobago, dodging a man donning a giant beehive beanie selling green bananas from the back of his truck, another precariously dangling live blue crabs from a large stick to... Continue Reading →

What to Eat in Hoi An And Where

What to Eat in Hoi An And Where


World Travel Family

What to eat in Hoi An and where. The best food in Hoi An and where to find it. Local Vietnamese Hoi An Specialities, street food, restaurants and more.

Cao Lau - A must-eat dish in Hoi An - Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Cao Lau - A must-eat dish in Hoi An - Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip


Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Cao Lau is a special dish which you can only find in Hội An, known for its unique tastes and texture. Your experience in Hội An would be uncompleted if you didn’t try this special dish.

Vietnam Travels - Hoi An - Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

Vietnam Travels - Hoi An - Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog


Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

Hoi An - a gracious and charming part of old Vietnam and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Getting Around Phu Yen

by Eleanor Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Phu Yen is another hidden charm of Vietnam that not many people have a chance to discover. To describe Phu Yen in an adjective, there is nothing more accurate than astonishing! Mother Nature was a little biased in giving Phu Yen Da Dia Reef, a natural masterpiece that rivals the only four or five places […]

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10 Reasons Why House Sitting is The Ultimate Job

by Phil Ryan @ Goats On The Road

We’ve spent the last year traveling the world and house sitting in some amazing locations. Imagine spending the winter Down Under in Brisbane or Melbourne, exploring the lovely countryside in Oxfordshire England, or escaping winter on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. As you’ll read below, it’s easy to see why house sitting can become addictive. […]

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How to Choose the Best Elephant Sanctuary in Cambodia

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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Are you looking for a place to see elephants in Cambodia but are not sure which sanctuaries are legit and which are just in it for the money? Use our guide to decide which is the best elephant sanctuary in Cambodia for your visit. Mondulkiri Cambodia, in the wild northeast, is home to most of […]

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Portugal in one week: The ultimate guide

Portugal in one week: The ultimate guide

by Megan Arzbaecher @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Portugal will steal your heart. Especially if you follow this 7-day itinerary.

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Women’s Expeditions: How Intrepid is breaking the barriers of traditional tourism

Women’s Expeditions: How Intrepid is breaking the barriers of traditional tourism

by Intrepid Travel @ Intrepid Travel Blog

To coincide with International Women's Day, we're proud to launch three new women-only expeditions to Morocco, Jordan and Iran.

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Blog Post Title

by admin @ Hoi An Handicraft Tours

What goes into a blog post? Helpful, industry-specific content that: 1) gives readers a useful takeaway, and 2) shows you’re an industry expert. Use your company’s blog posts to opine on current industry topics, humanize your company, and show how your products and services can help people.

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Katu Village

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

The whole class vent on a field trip to a Katu Village! Katu is a ethic minority in Vietnam and this is a village that hosts tourists to see how life is in rural Vietnam. The trip to the village took about four hours over blue rivers and green hills. We did fieldwork in the

A Guide to Vietnamese Spices and Their Usage You Should Know

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Vietnamese Spices are put into food to make it flavorful and fragrant which have been passed from generation to generation. Sometimes, the secrets of the delicious Vietnamese food lie on

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Food Paradise: 5 Essential Dishes to Try in Hoi An

Food Paradise: 5 Essential Dishes to Try in Hoi An


Pink Pangea: The Community of Women who Love to Travel

These dishes are kind of isolated from the outside world, and you’ll have to make a trip to Hoi An to sample them. Food Paradise: 5 Essential Dishes to

Top 5 that Hit the Spot for Sarawak Noodles

by Mei @ CC Food Travel

Low cost domestic airlines have increased travel and trade the last 10 years between East Malaysians and West Malaysians. Prior to this, the independent...

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The New Way To Send Postcards – Plus Win A Postcard From Us!

by Alesha And Jarryd @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

Remember the good old days when you used to travel the world, buying postcards, handwriting lovely messages and mailing them to your loved ones back home? You used to return home after a long sabbatical, and your grandmother would have all of the postcards you sent stuck to the side of the fridge, becoming a […]

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Students meeting Their Royal Highnesses

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

Last week, Their Majesties King Harald and Queen Sonja officially visited the Argentine Republic for three days. Never before have Their Majesties visited Argentina, and the last and only visit by the Norwegian crown to Argentina was in 1967 by King Olav. Wednesday, the Royal Couple went to Plaza de Noruega in the neighborhood Belgrano,

Featured In December Issue of Atlanta’s Jezebel Magazine!

Featured In December Issue of Atlanta’s Jezebel Magazine!

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

At the end of 2017, I was so flattered and excited to be featured in the December issue of Atlanta’s Jezebel Magazine. I shared my picks for the top 5 destinations millennials should travel to this year. In today’s post, I’m tickled to reveal more of why these five wanderlust-worthy destinations are not to be missed so keep on reading… Iceland Iceland has become a major bucket list destination within the last few years for those who want outdoor adventure and sweeping views of amazing landscapes. It’s easy to get to and flights are cost-effective. … Depending on time of year and hours of daylight, you can easily visit Iceland over a long weekend making it manageable with busy work schedules. Pro Tip: Visit the Blue Lagoon directly upon arriving in Iceland before checking into your first hotel. Be sure to book the VIP ticket to have access to the…… […]

7 Ways to Enjoy Your Stay at Hotel Stage & Explore Hong Kong Like a Local

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

It's a wonderful decision to stay at Hotel Stage as it offers lush amenities and homely comfort. There are exciting activities to do near the hotel too.

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13 of the BEST things visitors can do in Brisbane

13 of the BEST things visitors can do in Brisbane

by Little Grey Box @ Little Grey Box

With the Commonwealth Games right around the corner, Brisbane is getting ready to say hello to visitors and athletes from all over the world. With so many people coming to see our fine city, I got to thinking about what they might need. No doubt, they’ll be looking for amazing food experiences and some fantastic accommodation in Queensland. So, I thought I’d kick things off with 13 of the best things visitors can see and do in Brisbane. 1. Explore local markets There are loads of wonderful markets dotted in and around Brisbane, offering visitors the chance to get hands-on with the best fresh produce and delicious food the region has to offer. Foodies will love the Eat Street Markets and the yummy bites on offer at the Eagle Farm Markets too. Head to the Davies Park Markets and Northey Street Organic Market for great produce, The Finders Keepers and The Collective Markets for art, fashion, jewellery and more. 2. Food Truck Fiesta Take yourself on a DIY food tour of some of Brisbane’s very best food trucks! The guys at Welcome to Bowen Hills have set up Brisbane’s first permanent food truck park. You’ll find it open Wednesday and [...]

10 Best Travel Books to Inspire Your Next Trip

by Sarah Rothrie @ Nomad is Beautiful

Before the internet, TV or even radio, books have long had the power to transport the reader to other lands and create empathy and understanding for different characters and cultures. For me personally, many of my desires to visit a...

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Famous Hoi An Food To Eat For First Time Visitors

Famous Hoi An Food To Eat For First Time Visitors


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Many travelers not only vote Hoi An as their favorite city in the world but also the tastiest city in Vietnam. Hoi An keeps people tuned to its cuisine ranging from mouth-watering street food to 5 star fabulous feast. So if you are looking for an authentic food in Viet Nam, Hoi An is surely an ideal stop it is a heaven for all foodies. Here are top 10 local food that you must try when visiting Hoi An

J’S GATE DINING IN LOT 10

by Mei @ CC Food Travel

If there was ever, a hidden gateway into Japan’s culinary culture, this might be it. Enter through the pearly white doors of Japanese dining....

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Night Shrimping in Hualien, Taiwan with the River King

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

We tried our hand at urban shrimping in Taipei a few years ago and had the best time. So when I saw this Hualien night shrimping tour on Kkday, I didn't give it much thought. Urban shrimping is fun, but here, we'd be doing it for real in an actual river. Awesome!

Most popular restaurants in Hanoi

by Fiona @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

In this session we will introduce the famous restaurants in Hanoi for each Vietnamese delicacy as well as the restaurants for vegetarians. Home Vietnamese Restaurant, 34 Chau Long Street This is the perfect restaurant to enjoy the traditional taste of Vietnamese cuisine. Occupied a former French residence, close to the ever lovely Truc Bach Lake, …

Hoi An Food Tour “Bike & Bites”

Hoi An Food Tour “Bike & Bites”


Notes on traveling

An important part of all my travels is local food. I always venture out in search of street food and local specialties. So when I was asked to join a brand new Hoi An food tour, it didn’t take much to [...]

The Promised Land (part I) – Cycling in Northern Vietnam

by Rolling East @ Rolling East

With Christmas fast approaching and an apartment booked in Hanoi for the festivities, we quickly climbed our way from Laos to the border with Vietnam. Filled with anticipation and excitement we eagerly waited for the bus that should have taken us to Vinh, to then catch our connecting train to Hanoi. Skipping our way up […]

1 year multiple entry Vietnam Visa for U.S. citizens

by admin @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

What’s the news? From August 26th 2016 onwards, one month, three month, and six month Vietnam Visa are no longer available for U.S. citizens. US passport holders will only be able to obtain 1 year – multiple entry Vietnam Visa. The 1 year – multiple entry Vietnam Visa On Arrival (VOA) for U.S. citizens costs […]

Photographers be warned: the Taj Mahal is undergoing a mud bath

Photographers be warned: the Taj Mahal is undergoing a mud bath

by Intrepid Travel @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Yep, it's true. The Taj Mahal will, as of April 2018, endure a cleansing mud mask that will brighten its marble and unclog its pores for a youthful, radiant glow (...we may have made up that last bit).

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Things to do in Hanoi in 3 days

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam, is the city of antiquity and tranquility. Unlike the hustling Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi is more nostalgic with traditional and historical features at every corner of the city. The commute within Hanoi is fairly easy, you can choose among taxis, motorbikes, bicycles, or even a “xe om” – […]

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THE TOP 10 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN HOI AN

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Hoi An is a specially well-preserved South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century in Quang Nam, Viet Nam.  This Old Town’s buildings and streets are reflecting […]

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How Staci Didn’t Let a Rare Medical Condition Prevent Her From Seeing The World

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Staci was born with the rare medical condition known as Nager Syndrome. One consequence of Nager Syndrome is deafness, yet Staci has refused to let her condition interfere with her dreams of seeing the world. In this inspiring reader interview, Staci shares how she overcomes the obstacles in her way and manages to travel the world!

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A Guide To Hvar Croatia: Eat, See, Do, Stay + Essentials

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Hvar is such a beautiful Croatian island that has something for everyone. Although it can be known for its nightlife, there’s so much more to Hvar than just that. From medieval towns to clear blue water, stunning landscapes and delicious…

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28 awesome things to do in Bangkok

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Did you know: “Thailand”, in Thai language, means “the land of freedom”. Thai people are well-known for being friendly, open-hearted, and hospitable. Bangkok is the symbol of Thailand, a city of friendliness and fun! Golden hour. Keep inspiring with your stunning contents. (Cr. | @aka_swp ) ———————————————— For a chance to be featured keep tagging […]

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Bunny Tea – Thirst-Quenching Tea in Unique Flavours!

by Justyn @ Miss Tam Chiak

We know that the bubble tea craze in Singapore will never really come to an end. What was first assumed as a passing phase, is now a permanent fixture in our food and beverage scene! If you’re looking for new-fangled flavours as opposed to the usual milk tea, Bunny Tea has it all! The bubble...

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What Makes I Love Hoian Tour Different?

by Trinh Cherry @ I Love Hoi An Tour

Traveling to Hoian in a tour has a lot of benefits but you should select the suitable tourism company while traveling to Hoian. With the development of tourism companies nowadays, each of them has to make them different from other. As a part of society, I LOVE HOIAN TOUR always makes the difference and do

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What to pack for a trip to Patagonia

What to pack for a trip to Patagonia

by Intrepid Travel @ Intrepid Travel Blog

You can get back to planning hikes and the perfect Instagram shots; we've done the hard work for you.

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How to make it: Thuy Pham’s vegetarian summer rolls recipe

by Thuy Pham @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

This recipe, from the owner and executive chef of London’s The Little Viet Kitchen, is perfect for parties

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Undiscovered Thailand: Prachuap Khiri Khan

by Rolling East @ Rolling East

If you are dreaming of a white sand beach, incredible nature and wildlife, slow-paced lifestyle and great food then look no further than Prachuap Khiri Khan. Located on the North-Eastern side of the Malay Peninsula, this quaint village first became popular when the Royal family chose to set its seaside holiday residence here. Nowadays, this […]

Memories and stories from Lewis in the Outer Hebrides

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

More memories, images and stories from one of my most memorable trips ever –  Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. As we lurch from heatwave to heatwave in South Australia this

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One night in Tropea, Calabria

by John @ HeNeedsFood

The pearl of the Tyrrhenian coast

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Best beaches in Phu Quoc – Island paradise in Vietnam

by Thuyoanh @ I Love Vietnam Tour

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5 Luxury Hotels in Hoi An 2017

by admin @ Hura Cars

Save the best luxury hotels in Hoi An as top collections for your next vacation in Hoi An town. Here is list of recommendation of Huracar team, if you’re finding the best in terms of accommodation and service quality. Most of these resort and hotels fall into the five-star category, and with facilities, from good views and locations, A-class restaurant and wellness facilities and service that is top that follow suit. Enjoy all the sights and sounds of Hoi An town with only the best conveniences and pleasures. These accommodations offer a selection of luxurious rooms and suites, all with in-room amenities

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8 years of carbon neutral: this is how Intrepid offsets your trip

8 years of carbon neutral: this is how Intrepid offsets your trip

by Libby Shabada @ Intrepid Travel Blog

This Earth Day marks 8 years since Intrepid Travel became one of the biggest carbon neutral travel companies in the world. Want to know how we do it?

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Hai Xian Zhu Zhou – Simple but Tasty Ke Kou Mian in Yishun!

by Justyn @ Miss Tam Chiak

A bowl of instant noodle soup with a poached egg is really satisfying. When I was a kid, instant noodles was a ‘luxury’. My parents never allowed me to have too much of them, because of the amount of msg found in the packet of seasoning. When I did have it, it’s usually as a...

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Authentic Tiramisu Recipe

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

Serves: Approximately 12 Servings Ingredients: – 6 egg yolks – 1 cup white sugar – 1 1/4 cups mascarpone cheese -1 3/4 cups heavy whipping cream – 2 cups of espresso (cooled off) – 2  packages lady fingers (approx 24 lady fingers total) – 1/3 cup alcohol of your choice (grand marnier or rum) Topping extras […]

A taste of Hoi An - The Inside Track

A taste of Hoi An - The Inside Track


The Inside Track

Kelsey from our Brisbane office jetted off to Vietnam and enjoyed the many flavours and tastes of Hoi An's street food from White Rose dumplings to bánh căn

What To Eat And Drink When You Sail Croatia

by Georgia McGrath @ Blogabout

For a country so small, Croatia is bursting with an array of flavours and is the proud home to many mouthwatering dishes. Some originated in the country itself whilst others have been influenced by past links with numerous empires such as the Romans, Venetians, Greeks and Ottomans. Sailing along the Dalmatian coastline is the perfect opportunity to try lots of fresh seafood along with a Captain’s BBQ cooked onboard, and an optional excursion to try a traditional meal called Peka, paired with some local cheese and wine. Here are some of the tastiest things you can try on your sailing trip! Seafood Did you know that the fish in Croatia swim three times? Once in the sea, once in olive oil and once in wine. And a fourth if you include inside your belly. The whole west side of the country is coastline and a large part of the economy comes from fishing. Many restaurants cook up the fresh catch of the day and serve a variety of seafood straight from the Adriatic including fried and grilled squid. A post shared by Lea Ladybird (@lea_ladybird1) on Mar 4, 2018 at 11:53am PST Black cuttlefish risotto (crni rizot) is a must-try. Although visually […]

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What to Pack for Thailand: the Ultimate Packing List

by Ivana Greslikova @ Nomad is Beautiful

Planning your trip and thinking about what to pack for Thailand? If it’s going to be your first time in Southeast Asia, we completely understand the dilemma, especially if you travel to this part of the world from your home...

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Vietnam Visa for Portuguese passport holders

by admin @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

Commonly, there are two options to apply for Vietnam Visa: apply directly at Vietnam Embassy/Consulate or apply for Vietnam visa approval letter by Department of Immigration via a travel agent. Unfortunately, there are no Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in Portugal right now, despite several travel agencies and non-official sites falsely claiming otherwise. Portugal is not among the […]

Why you should ignore the headlines and visit Egypt now

Why you should ignore the headlines and visit Egypt now

by Hannah Logan @ Intrepid Travel Blog

‘Welcome' wasn't just a word; it was a feeling. A feeling that accompanied me from the streets of Cairo to the banks of the Nile. From the markets of Luxor to the temple of Abu Simbel.

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What Da Lat Street Food to Eat for Your Vietnam Food Discovery

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Da Lat Street Food is one of the most wanted things for people traveling to this beautiful city on a Vietnam food vacation. Da Lat is one of the ideal

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London: Imperial War Museum, a Polish Kitchen + the death of my phone

by leandra @ where's your sense of adventure

Our flight landed early at Heathrow and because we have done this trip over a dozen times it took us no time at all to get to our hotel in Earl’s Court. As it was Saturday morning there were (unsurprisingly) no rooms available at 8am. So we dropped off our luggage and headed out in […]

Mai Anh Dao – the spring’s flower symbol of Da Lat city

by Obs @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

Mai Anh Dao is Vietnamese name of a one-of-a-kind flower in Da Lat which blooms in the first months of the year to welcome spring. It has been a proud symbol of local people. Mai Anh Dao has Latin name of Prunus Cesacoides – a special cherry blossom tree. Its trunk is like peach, but […]

7 ways to be a responsible & respectful traveller in Croatia

7 ways to be a responsible & respectful traveller in Croatia

by Nicola Donovan @ Intrepid Travel Blog

No doubt about it: Croatia is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations right now. Here are some tips on how you can avoid offending the locals, be respectful and reduce your impact on your next Croatian adventure.

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The Islands of Vietnam – A Hidden Tropical Paradise

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

With 3,000 kilometers of coastline, Vietnam has countless beaches and seaside resorts to choose from. However, even though these places are beautiful, cities, noise, and traffic often aren’t far. So, if you are looking for a real getaway, deserted white sand beaches, historical sites and a truly local experience, Vietnam’s many islands are where you […]

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The Best Cheap Accommodation on Caye Caulker

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

The Best Cheap Accommodation on Caye Caulker With Caye Caulker being located right by destinations which are notoriously cheap in the...

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Enjoy Ice – Cream Bar and Restaurant in Hoi An

by Hoi An Food Tour @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

If you are an ice cream fan, Enjoy Ice – Cream Bar and Restaurant in Hoi An is a great place for you to have ice cream in Hoi An. With more than 50 flavors, Enjoy offers you a wide variety of choice, serves...

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Sudan, the world’s last male northern white rhino, has died

Sudan, the world’s last male northern white rhino, has died

by Intrepid Travel @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Sudan, the world’s last male northern white rhino, has died from age-related health complications. He was 45 years old.

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Scottish Highlands Tour Review

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

This is part of a series of interviews with inspiring travelers. Today’s interview comes from Karen about her Scottish Highlands tour. See more about tours and tour reviews here. All photos are by Karen. Tell us about yourself and your travel experience. My name is Karen. I’m a full-time worker and travel blogger, and I […]

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HAPPY HOLI

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

Thursday was the day we’d all been waiting for the entire week, it was the first of March, it was full moon and it was time for the color festival Holi. For those of you who don’t know what Holi is, it is basically a day when everyone is free from work and school and

8 fun places you must visit in Hanoi

by Fiona @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

Nightlife at Old Quarter From 2nd of September, the walking streets around Hoan Kiem Lake and parts of Old Quarter were officially opened making this familiar complex a perfect place to spend night time. No vehicle is allowed into the restricted area during 19:00 of Friday to 12:00 Monday every week. Tourists no longer have …

8 best restaurants in Hoi An 2017

by admin @ Hura Cars

Most of best restaurant in Hoi An is set in Hoi An center,  you can enjoy local or international cuisine with good service and nice ambiance. Hoi An ancient town attracts thousand of traveler every month, all of the trips to Hoi An is processed without trying its traditional specialties, we have recommended some of the favorite places to enjoy Banh Bao, Banh Vac, Cao Lau, Chicken rice, Banh My…. Hoi An is also teeming with expat-owned restaurants and bistros, serving western favorites, local dishes. Read on to discover Hoi An’s most popular dining places with Huracars team Ancient Faifo Restaurant

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Vegan Guide to Hanoi

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Our Vegan Guide to Hanoi was put together during a trip to the Vietnamese capital in September 2017. Despite having spent many months in Vietnam over the last few years this was our first visit to Hanoi since 2010 and we were blown away by the amount of vegan options in town and the obvious […]

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Ideal Da Nang Vietnam Travel Guide – Know What to Do and See

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

You might be in search of Vietnam’s cleanest and most worth-living city, then the Da Nang Vietnam Travel Guide below to discover the attractive destination better than ever. The tips

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Tianducheng – China’s Strange City Of Paris

by Alesha And Jarryd @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

Scattered along a barren landscape, towering skyscrapers collect cobwebs and apartment buildings are left abandoned. The empty streets of new age ghost cities in China have been attracting international curiosity for years. The rapid construction of new towns is being completed at a phenomenal rate, in the hope that the future will see a sudden […]

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Best Adventure Activities In Namibia

by Campbell and Alya @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

From four-wheel drive tours to rafting down crazy rivers, these are the best adventure activities in Namibia. Traveling through Namibia is an adventure on its own but there are plenty of thrilling activities that can challenge even experienced adventurers; hiking, canoeing, skydiving, sand-boarding, 4×4 driving are only some of them. Combine a safari in Etosha […]

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Hai Van pass – The pass of ocean and mist

by admin @ Hura Cars

Sea Cloud pass – Ocean Clouded pass or Hai Van Pass in Vietnamese is one of the most majestic hills roads in central coast of Vietnam. It’s no surprise that the Pass, a spectacular mountain pass between Hue and Hoi An, was perched firmly at the top of many people’s list when travel to Vietnam. Hai Van Pass route was known in a Vietnam Top Gear program. When driving the steep roads of mountain, you will have a chance to explore peace, quiet along the way from Hoi An to Hue or vice versa Hue to Da Nang. Address: in border

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Everything you need to know about visiting Hoi An

Everything you need to know about visiting Hoi An


Little Grey Box

The essential, first-timer's guide to Hoi An!

Through my eyes: Colours of Hoi An

Through my eyes: Colours of Hoi An

by Jess Carey @ hoi an – Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

Because my lovely husband took me to House of Hoi An for a delicious birthday dinner this week, and the bright colours in the restaurant took me right back…

Visit Cantonese Assembly Hall on your trip to Hoi An

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Cantonese Assembly Hall is a popular tourist attraction in the small town of Hoi An. Go to Hoi An Old Town, you must visit this Cantonese Assembly Hall to get […]

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TravelCon Update!

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Hey everyone! As you (may) know, I’m hosting a conference in September called TravelCon. For a long time, I’ve dreamed of organizing a conference in conjunction with our Superstar Blogging program. Something that would take everything we have online and bring it to life. I want to bring our students, other travel bloggers, and industry […]

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A-Z guide to Vietnamese Lunar New Year (Tet)

by Yourlocalbooking.com @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

Vietnamese Lunar New Year – Tet is not only extremely significant to every single Vietnamese in the country but also somehow deeply impressive to foreign tourists who have a chance to experience the most special and important holiday in Vietnam. Tet in Hoi An has...

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Why Traveling Solo Doesn’t Mean Traveling Alone

by Laura Ostrow @ Pink Pangea: The Community of Women who Love to Travel

When people find out I’m going to be traveling alone, the first thing they say is “Won’t you be lonely?” I am here to tell you that I have never

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10 things you didn’t know about accommodation booking with Booking.com

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

For years, I had been booking my accommodation strictly via hostel websites (directly via links I found on Google maps and via the portals hostelbookers, hostelworld, and Hostelling International’s own hihostels.com). Then, I was approached by Booking.com to write about their […]

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Vertex Chicken

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

While I may be off travelling for the next few weeks, I absolutely have no plans to leave you all high and dry. I have visited many a restaurant in…

Desert essentials: Our definitive Jordan packing guide

Desert essentials: Our definitive Jordan packing guide

by James Shackell @ Intrepid Travel Blog

People packing for a Jordan adventure have to be prepared for all conditions. Mostly hot ones.

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What I wish I knew before my Intrepid trip to Peru

What I wish I knew before my Intrepid trip to Peru

by Katie Lockhart @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Whether it’s packing more sunscreen with you for your time at Machu Picchu or brushing up on altitude sickness, these tips will help you make the most out of your once-in-a-lifetime trip.

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A Traveler’s Guide to Quy Nhon

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

While Vietnam is becoming better known among international travelers, Quy Nhon is still not on most people’s radar. That’s why, if you are looking for a hidden spot to get to know the real Vietnam and explore some beautiful countryside and pristine beaches, Quy Nhon needs a place on your itinerary. Hop on a bus […]

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9 street food in Bangkok that tie your heart to the land!

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

  Southeast Asian countries are street food heaven. They have food like sticky rice (xôi) in Vietnam, green tea salad in Myanmar, deep-fried banana in Philippines, etc. However, don’t sleep on Thailand, especially Bangkok! Its richness and variety of street food is almost unparalleled, and absolutely worth the trip! Here’s our list of best street […]

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G Adventures China Tour Review

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

This is part of a series of interviews with inspiring travelers. Today’s interview comes from Nicole about her G Adventures China tour. See more about tours and traveling with purpose here. All photos are by Nicole except Pinterest image and first image. Tell us about yourself and your travel experience. I’m Nicole and I’m a […]

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Is Antigua, Guatemala Overrated?

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

Distinctive cobblestone streets are full to the brim with tourists, expats and locals alike.  Crumbling churches stand behind locked gates, while...

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Navigating your way around Bangkok’s floating markets

Navigating your way around Bangkok’s floating markets

by Ange Takats @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Bangkok's famous floating markets are a little more touristy than traditional now, but that doesn't mean they're not worth visiting. Here are four of our favourites.

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An Unexpected Detour in Brest Belarus

by Janice Lintz @ Pink Pangea: The Community of Women who Love to Travel

My young son and daughter decided it would be a fun adventure to travel from London to Moscow and St. Petersburg by train. My daughter visualized an elegant, Orient Express

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Experiential Guide to Lisbon: 22 Ideas to Get You Started

by Audrey Scott @ Uncornered Market

Ah, Lisbon. A city which evinces a simplicity on the surface just as its historical and emotional roots run deep. Experience-rich, engaging and fun — yet a lot to unpack. That's where this Experiential Guide from our recent visit to Lisbon comes in with some usual — and unusual — things to do, eat, and […]

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THAILAND – Amari Koh Samui is THE luxury family resort on the island!

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Amari Koh Samui is a luxury hotel located in Chaweng beach area on the island of Koh Samui. Chaweng beach is the area of the island where all the action is taking place. There are [...]

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Backpacking Basics: Booking & Staying In A Hostel (Even If You’re Not A Backpacker)

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

Whether it’s your first backpacking trip during a gap year or you’re a seasoned solo traveler – staying in a hostel is not just a way to save money while traveling but also an opportunity to meet people and get local […]

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Best Restaurants In Hoi An Old Town – Asia Travel Blog

Best Restaurants In Hoi An Old Town – Asia Travel Blog


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In addition to visiting the monuments and experiencing the nightlife activities, domestic and foreign tourists coming to Hoi An can enjoy the unique dishes

Luxury Bus From Kuala Lumpur To Singapore: How To Get From KL To Singapore

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Although I absolutely love train travel, I’ve never been that excited about travelling by bus. So I was a little surprised that after some research, travelling by bus to Singapore from KL seemed like the best option for us. So…

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Where To Eat In Madrid Spain: Madrid Restaurants, Tapas, Cafes, Desserts & Markets

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

If you’re visiting Madrid for the food, you won’t be disappointed. We fell in love with the food in Madrid during our delicious month there. From evenings in small cosy tapas bars to mornings in cafes and exploring markets, Madrid…

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10 Things to Eat in Hoi An, Vietnam - CC Food Travel

10 Things to Eat in Hoi An, Vietnam - CC Food Travel


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Someone just said to me recently, that there’s so much win, in Vietnamese street food. And I totally agree. a white rose by any...

JAPAN – Day trip to Himeji Castle from Osaka (or Kobe / Kyoto)

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Himeji Castle is Japans largest castle and one of the three most important ones. An Himeji Castle day trip is a must do if you’re in Osaka, Kobe or Kyoto. With almost a million visitors [...]

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From Puerto Rico with Love…

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

Ooooh I know its been a while but I just just returned from the colorful and magical island of Puerto Rico recharged and ready to take on 2017. Puerto Rico was too good not to share. From the picturesque crystal blue water and white sandy beaches of the coastal towns, sparkling bioluminescence bays,  rainforest and the […]

THAILAND – Katiliya Mountain Resort & Spa offers natural luxury north of Chiang Rai

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Northern Thailand north of Chiang Rai is a beautiful mountainous area. I included three nights at Katiliya Mountain Resort & Spa in my Thailand itinerary to explore the nature, tea plantations and the Golden Triangle. Katiliya [...]

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Singapore Among Top 7 Most Vacation-Deprived Markets Globally – Expedia.com.sg Study

by Lavinia Rajaram @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

2017 Vacation Deprivation® Study also found that six in 10 Singaporeans feel vacation-deprived and close to half take fewer days of annual leave than the amount they receive, despite local employers being supportive of vacations Singapore, 23 February 2018 – ...

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15 things you need to know about Cu Chi Tunnels

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Cu Chi Tunnels are among the top 7 most exotic destinations in Southeast Asia and are listed as one of the world’s coolest places by The New York Time. Cu Chi is located on the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, about 70km from the city. This tunnel is about 200 km long, built for […]

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8 reasons to try an adventure cruise in Indonesia

8 reasons to try an adventure cruise in Indonesia

by Elizabeth Zahur @ Intrepid Travel Blog

As an archipelago made up of more than 1,700 exceptionally diverse islands, there’s no better way to see some of Indonesia’s dazzling treasures than on a cruise.

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Luxury Accommodation in Bali – the Four Seasons Resorts

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

If your idea of a proper holiday break includes wonderful hotels, check out the Four Seasons Resorts for fabulous luxury accommodation in Bali. I love a great hotel when I

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Visit Mae Nak Shrine — Explore the hidden ghost story of Mae Nak Phra Khanong in Bangkok

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

If you have the opportunity to travel to Bangkok, many people will find the famous name Sukhumvit. Being one of the longest roads in Thailand, Sukhumvit is associated with a variety of dining venues, attractive spots, shopping centers, luxury hotels or bars, lively nightclubs … Hidden among the bustle is a small shrine nest under […]

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5 reasons why Antigua is the highlight of any trip to Guatemala

5 reasons why Antigua is the highlight of any trip to Guatemala

by Jen Welch @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Antigua is like finding an old jumper that you haven’t worn for a while – it fits perfectly and makes you feel all warm and fuzzy.

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Panama – It’s A Jungle Out There!

Panama – It’s A Jungle Out There!

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

I recently made my first trip to Panama on a work trip with 12 other travel advisors from around the United States. It such a fun way to travel because I get to meet new interesting people who also have a passion for travel, and because I can learn from other travel advisors in the industry that may have more experience in a certain destination or have a different way of approaching a trip. My absolute favorite day exploring Panama was our jungle boat adventure (we also hiked, did a Panama Canal Transit, enjoyed the beach and explored Panama City’s Old City – Casco Antiguo). Our jungle day was my favorite day in country because jungle’s excite me – the landscape is gorgeous, I always find it interesting that you are surrounded by wildlife – much of which you probably can’t see at any given moment. Panama – it’s a […]

A Foodie’s Guide to Lafayette, Louisiana (the Capital of Cajun Country)

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

It’s that time of year. Festival season has arrived in Lafayette! While having spent the majority of my time in New Orleans at the Jazz festival in the past few years, this year I am staying put in my new hometown of Lafayette to attend Festivale Internationale de Louisiana.  So I am preparing this guide for […]

Indein Village – Are You Able to Photograph All of the 1,054 Ancient Pagodas Here?

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

The combination of pagodas in different shapes, colours, textures and sizes made my head spin in a good way. I enjoyed visiting the Indein Village so much!

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Cooking Across Borders in Berlin

by Audrey Scott @ Uncornered Market

“Add a little sugar to the saffron,” Farzane said as she worked the combination in her mortar and pestle. “It makes it easier to grind.” Farzane, a 20-year old refugee from Afghanistan who’d come to Berlin with her family in the last year, was deep in the process of teaching us how to prepare several […]

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Hoi An Food Tour - Discover the best local street food in Hoi An

Hoi An Food Tour - Discover the best local street food in Hoi An


Miss Tam Chiak

Hoi An is a living museum featuring a unique mixture of East & West with old-town architecture & was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999.

3D2N in Beautiful Bagan

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

From photographing breathtaking landscapes to savouring tasty local cuisine, follow my 3D2N Bagan itinerary to experience the wonders of the ancient city!

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The Poon Hill Trek… in the Rain

by Elen Turner @ Pink Pangea: The Community of Women who Love to Travel

Poon Hill lies just inside the Annapurna Conservation Area north of Pokhara, which is 200 kilometres (and a 7-9 hour bus ride, depending on traffic) from Kathmandu. It was my

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HOI AN VIETNAM | 7 Awesome Things to Do

HOI AN VIETNAM | 7 Awesome Things to Do


SALT IN OUR HAIR - Travel Blog

A guide of the things you’ll find to do in Hoi An, Vietnam. Old town, beaches and free bike tours. All the fun things to do in Hoi An are included.

How to Get a Glimpse of the Rare Kratie Dolphins in Cambodia

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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For many people, the rare Kratie dolphins are high on the list of must-see things in Cambodia. This post covers the best ways to see the dolphins and what to expect from your visit. One of the big reasons most people go to Kratie (pronounced kra-chey) in Northern Cambodia is to visit the adorable snub-nosed […]

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The best places to eat and drink in Copenhagen: Day One

The best places to eat and drink in Copenhagen: Day One

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

The streets of Copenhagen ooze Scandi-cool – tall, beautiful twentysomethings glide past on sleek bicycles, minimalist copper pieces tempt you in to interior design shops, and old scarf-clad folk walk equally chic pooches. We are here to soak up as... Continue Reading →

Hoi An Vegan Restaurants: Your Guide to Vegan Food in Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An Vegan Restaurants: Your Guide to Vegan Food in Hoi An, Vietnam


My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

There are so many Hoi An vegan restaurants that even after a week in the city, I still didn't manage to visit them all. Here's my guide with printable map!

Winsland Serviced Suites – The 1-Bedroom Suites Are Great For Single Executives

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

Besides the comfortable suite and luxurious amenities, Winsland Serviced Suites is also conveniently located, making it an ideal accommodation!

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Reykjavik by night: A guide to the city’s best restaurants and bars

Reykjavik by night: A guide to the city’s best restaurants and bars

by Izzy Tolhurst @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Having spent two weeks exploring Reykjavik’s dining scene, I discovered that the world's most northerly capital city offers some exceptional eats and exciting nightlife – both of which offer a brilliant mix of traditional and cosmopolitan.

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13 of the BEST ways brands can work with bloggers

13 of the BEST ways brands can work with bloggers

by Little Grey Box @ Little Grey Box

While influencer marketing is becoming more and more popular, it can be a little unclear exactly how brands can work with bloggers, influencers and creators. If you’re a huge brand with a massive budget and access to PR gurus, figuring it all out can be easy. If your resources aren’t quite as grand, figuring out the different ways to work with creators, specifically, the most effective ideas for your brand, can be overwhelming. For the third part in my, ‘For Brands,’ series, I wanted to share with you a few ideas on how brands can work with bloggers, influencers and creators. If you haven’t already read them, you might like to catch up on the previous two guides: This is why brands really need to work with bloggers, and This is how to find + approach bloggers about working together. Before you reach out to a creator and approach them about working together, it’s important to know what you want out of it. Not all of the ideas below will get the same results and which ones you decide to go with will depend on your brand, what you want to achieve and the creator you want to work with. My guide [...]

The Week That Was #44

The Week That Was #44

by Little Grey Box @ Little Grey Box

A look at the week that was and a little insight into the #bloglife, sharing things I just can’t share anywhere else! Highlights of the week Welp, it has been an incredibly busy week this week. Matt and I leave for Chiang Mai tomorrow and I’ve had a lot to get through before we go. We have lots of jobs in the planning stage at the moment, so it’s been a bit like trying to plan four holidays at once (not a bad problem to have, I know haha) I’ve spent way too much time on the internet researching destinations, it is doing my head in. But, after feeling like everything is out of control for the past few days, it feels like it’s all starting to come together. I’ve put a few photos from my last trips to Chiang Mai in this post, to get you in the zone! One of the things that took up most of my time was preparing vlog episode plans for Chiang Mai. We’ve learned so much from the YouTube Incubator with the guys at Changer Studios and I realised how lazy I’ve been. The vlogs have been unplanned, haphazard and reactive. So, this trip, I [...]

15 Instagramable George Town, Penang Hotels That Capture The History Of The City

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

You are looking for instagramable Penang hotels that keep the promise the stunning images on Booking.com et al. make? I’m here to help! When planning your visit to charming George Town Penang, Malaysia, you’ll get to choose between more than […]

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Where to Eat in Bangkok Like A Local

by Marisse Gabrielle Reyes @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

Bangkok is one of those rare cities where you can get high-quality, consistent and delectable food both in stuffy hole-in-the-walls as well as elegant candle-lit restaurants. Although the lure of the Thai capital’s trendy cafes and fancy eateries is surely ...

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Siracusa – Sicily’s coastal gem

by John @ HeNeedsFood

Bustling markets, cathedrals, medieval palaces and a ruined temple - there's a whole lot to experience in Siracusa

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VIETNAM - Eat like a local! Do a Hoi An food tour in the evening! – Chris Travel Blog

VIETNAM - Eat like a local! Do a Hoi An food tour in the evening! – Chris Travel Blog


Chris Travel Blog

A Hoi An food tour is a must do in this charming city in Vietnam. Taste the local Hoi An street food. The best dishes? Read about my experience! Delicious!

Outstanding destinations for travelers visiting BinhThuan Province

by Obs @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

BinhThuan is a coastal province situated in South Central Coast. The province is gifted plenty of beautiful natural landscapes. Tourists have a lot of choices on their trip to BinhThuan. Located about 200 km from Ho Chi Minh City, BinhThuan is featured with white sand beaches, imposing rocky cliffs against the sea and immense green […]

Shwezigon Pagoda – Help! The Shimmering Gold Plated Stupa Has Blinded My Eyes!

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

The Shwezigon Pagoda is one of the oldest pagodas in Bagan. Great efforts have been made to restore this impressive architecture to its former grandeur.

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Hoi An, Vietnam Food Tour by Motorbike Review - Travel Made Simple

Hoi An, Vietnam Food Tour by Motorbike Review - Travel Made Simple


Travel Made Simple

Vietnam has a unique food scene and a great way to try new things and learn about the cuisine is by taking a tour. Here's a Hoi An food tour review by Jess.

Hoi An street food tour by night - special Hoi An tour you should join

Hoi An street food tour by night - special Hoi An tour you should join


I Love Hoi An Tour

Not only famous for its ancient beauty, Hoi An street food also attract tourists around the world. Voted one of the 25 most great destinations for foodies, what a big shame if you visit Hoi An without trying local cuisines here. Let’s try Hoi An street food tour by night to enjoy the best foods in Hoi An!

3 Best Places To Visit In Malaysia Outside Kuala Lumpur

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Malaysia has the harmony between three ancient civilizations in Asia. Every year, Malaysia attracts a large number of tourists thanks to the diverse culture. Visiting Malaysia, tourists not only visit and shop in the busy cities of Malaysia, visit the Independence Square, the Royal Palace, the National Monument, and the National Mosque but also are […]

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All You Need To Know About Thailand Travel Visa

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Thailand is a beautiful country with rich culture. If you want to have a vacation in this country, these guidelines and documents about Thailand travel visa will be useful before you board the plane bound for the “land of smiles.” Quick Navigation 1. What is a Travel Visa?2. Requirements for a Travel Visa3. Re-Entry Permit4. Cases […]

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JR Pass — Top 11 things about Japan Rail Pass you need to know

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

When the air tickets are getting cheaper (some under 300 SGD ~ 228 USD), you can easily travel to Japan at any time of the year. However, the domestic travel in Japan is much more expensive, which makes tourists’ exploring many nearby cities quite difficult. But do not worry too much – Living Nomads will help […]

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TOP TIPS FOR MAKING UNIQUE TRAVEL MEMORIES: THEN & NOW

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

Travel has come a long way since 1978 – the year we launched. In bygone times, travelers were more likely to be found at typical tourist spots than off the beaten track, and long-haul holidays were a privilege usually reserved for the super wealthy. Fast forward 40 years and the way we travel couldn’t be […]

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ARGENTINA – In Salta, Kkala Boutique Hotel is the place to stay

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Salta was the starting point if my 7-day northwestern Argentina road trip. I stayed three nights at Kkala Boutique Hotel which is a small-scale luxury hotel. The perfect base to explore Salta city and make [...]

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Vegan Guide to Cebu

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Cebu is a province in the Philippines with 167 islands to explore, including Mactan (where the airport is) and Cebu Island where the bustling Cebu City can be found. Despite most people telling us that finding vegan food in Cebu would be difficult, we managed to survive and our vegan guide to Cebu will show you […]

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“We need very little to be really happy” and other life lessons learned sailing the Greek Islands

“We need very little to be really happy” and other life lessons learned sailing the Greek Islands

by Intrepid Travel @ Intrepid Travel Blog

One of our favourite sailing skippers shares a few pearls of wisdom from the blue waters of the Aegean.

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WHERE TO STAY IN HOI AN

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Hoi An Ancient Town is very small town but it has more 700 hotels from homestay to luxury resort. When you visit Hoi An, deciding on Where to stay in Hoi […]

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How to restore your sparkle at Riad Star Marrakech

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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The glittery Riad Star in Marrakech is a great place to restore your inner glow and retreat from the buzz of the Marrakech souk. Use it for a romantic city break or a launching pad for your full-on Morocco adventure! Figuring out where to stay in Marrakech can be spectacularly confusing. There are almost 2,000 […]

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Pink Sands Club: The Height of Luxury

Pink Sands Club: The Height of Luxury

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

The Pinks Sands Club on Canouan Island was such a surprise to me! This was my second work trip (my first was to Uruguay, Chile and Chilean Patagonia) and it still hasn’t quite sunk in yet that I get to travel to some pretty fantastic places, The Pink Sands Club included. Snuggled on a private beach on an island in St. Vincent and The Grenadines in the Caribbean, the hotel is white with splashes of bright pink and blue – a favorite combo of mine. Each room is slightly different but all in the same style. Each room in the hotel has a large terrace overlooking the ocean – my sister came with me on this trip and we liked to sleep with the door open to the terrace so we could hear the ocean as we went to sleep. Canouan Island has a population of roughly 2,500 people. The […]

Where To Eat And Drink In Hoi An, Vietnam - Sunkissed Suitcase

Where To Eat And Drink In Hoi An, Vietnam - Sunkissed Suitcase


Sunkissed Suitcase

Hoi An's restaurant scene reigns supreme in Vietnam! After visiting on 3 separate occasions, here is my guide on where to eat and drink in Hoi An.

10 Fun Things to See and Do at the Amazing Artbox Singapore 2018

by Victoria Cheung @ Miss Tam Chiak

Artbox Singapore, the local edition of the pop-up creative market made famous in Thailand, will be making its comeback this May, bigger and better! This year from 25 to 27 May, and 1 to 3 June, Artbox is taking over the entire Bayfront Event Space of over 140,000 soft at Marina Bay. Artbox is set...

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Top 8 Food Spots – Hoi An, Vietnam

by Rolling East @ Rolling East

Hoi An is a charming city, even with its hoards of tourists. The car-free old town makes a welcome change from the relentless honking everywhere else in Vietnam. If you can try to ignore the swarms of selfie sticks, its pastel yellow buildings lining the lanes lit up by a multitude of lanterns feels quite […]

Accommodation Spotlight: Thalatta Seaside Hotel, Greece

by The Whole World Or Nothing @ Goats On The Road

It’s impossible to overstate the influence that Greece has had on the world as we know it today. From the foundations of democracy to the inspiration for the present day Olympic games, so many aspects of modern life stem directly from this historically vitally important country. These days Greece is also known as one of […]

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Hoi An Food and Drinks

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

Hoi An is a wonderful place for its old houses and beautiful river, but it also has a lot to offer when it comes to food and drinks, specially coffee. Hoi An Old-Town is filled with coffee shops on every corner. There are places on the rooftops where you could get a good view of

Things to do in Saigon – Travel guide...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City is known as the Pearl of the Far East, the cultural and economic center of Vietnam. Traveling to Saigon, you will admire high-rise buildings located close together, amusement parks, shopping centers … Cruises along the Saigon River by train, visit West Pham Ngu Lao […]

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The Giraffe Safari at Monarto Zoo – a Wonderful Family Experience

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

South Australia’s Monarto Zoo is the largest open-range zoo in the world, playing an important role in international conservation efforts – and it’s a fab family day out that kids

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An Experiential Travel Guide to Osh, Kyrgyzstan: 20 Ideas to Get You Started

by Daniel Noll @ Uncornered Market

If you visit Kyrgyzstan, it’s possible to overlook the Central Asian cultural mixing bowl that is the city of Osh. For many travelers, Osh serves as a transit point en route to the Pamir Mountains, Irkeshtam Pass to China, Dostyk crossing to Uzbekistan, or the newly marked trekking trails in the Alay Mountains. However, if […]

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Vietnam Visa Application Forms: Where to get them.

by admin @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

Where do I start? There are two ways to apply for Vietnam Visa: Via Vietnam embassy in your respective countries or via Vietnam Immigration Office in Vietnam. Vietnam Embassy in each country has their own Vietnam visa application form, and is available for download on their respective website. You can also choose to fill out […]

A Christmas Gift Guide for the Tech-Savvy Traveler

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

From noise cancelling headphones that are the savior of long-haul flights to the pen that is (almost) impossible to lose, the latest tech innovations are a match made in traveler heaven. Globetrotters in the know understand that efficient and cleverly designed gadgets can help guarantee a journey is as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Whether […]

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Travel trip: Sapa

by Haike @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

In November 2017 my friend came to visit me in Hanoi and we figured it would be a great opportunity to visit Sapa, as we both were keen on exploring that part of Vietnam. First things first, getting there. Our initial plan was to go by motorbike but since the distance was longer than anticipated …

Sher Casual Dining & Bar – Really Great Butter Chicken!

by Justyn @ Miss Tam Chiak

Sher Casual Dining & Bar is a family-run restaurant that serves authentic North Indian cuisine. You can find naan, butter chicken and aloo ghobi here. The owner of the restaurant, Mr Paul Welikande, shared with us how the name Sher came about. “Sher” translates to lion or tiger in Hindi, which is considered the king...

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Leanne’s Journal: Krakow

by Busabout @ Blogabout

Ok, I’ll be honest and admit I knew next to nothing about Krakow before I came here. And if you’re reading this thinking about how it’s never really crossed your radar, I’m telling you this little town should be right up there on your European to-do list! Upon our visit, myself and many other passengers all agreed that if it wasn’t for the country being on the Busabout network, we wouldn’t have thought to check it out. And I couldn’t be more grateful that it was, because this city is, for lack of a more creative word, beautiful. Krakow is a culturally rich city that somehow managed to remain alive after the traumatic events of WWII. I am convinced it is a pure representation of the beauty that is Central Europe. On our first night, a group of us headed out with our Busabout guide Ciara to join in a traditional Polish meal at a local restaurant, Chłopskie Jadło. This was our first taste of authentic Polish food – and when I say ‘taste’ I mean feast, which had me rolling into food coma for only 12 euros. A post shared by Busabout (@busabouteurope) on May 15, 2017 at 2:25am […]

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If You Want to Travel… Just Do It!

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

There are not many people who I’ve spoken to who have said they wouldn’t like to travel and see the world....

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Cau Lao, Hoi An - food in Hoi An, Vietnam - NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

Cau Lao, Hoi An - food in Hoi An, Vietnam - NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog


NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

Cau Lao, Hoi An - food in Hoi An, Vietnam

HA GIANG EXTREME MOTORBIKE LOOP – ADVENTUROUS JOURNEY

by Lan Hương @ I Love Vietnam Tour

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CLIMBING TARAW PEAK IN EL NIDO, PALAWAN

by Angelica ibarra @ Tripeasel Blog

I have always been interested in climbing. Falling from a fruit tree as a child would usually deter the average person but that was...

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Elephant Nature Park: A True Animal Sanctuary in Chiang Mai, Thailand

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

What drew me to Elephant Nature Park is it's "no elephant riding" policy. There are no bull hooks here, no elephants forced to kick soccer balls or paint for the entertainment of tourists. Instead, the park functions as a true rescue center and animal reserve.

Hoian wonton – one of the simple but fancy Hoian food you should try

by Trinh Cherry @ I Love Hoi An Tour

Hoian is one of the most famous paradises about street food in Vietnam. With a lot of amazing Hoian food like Quang noodle, Cao lau, Hoian chicken rice or Hoian Banh Mi, while traveling to Vietnam, you should not miss this wonderful place. There are many kinds of Hoian food you can try but Hoian

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5 essential spots you need to visit in Phnom Penh

5 essential spots you need to visit in Phnom Penh

by Hannah Edensor @ Intrepid Travel Blog

When it comes to incredible sights, Phnom Penh is no one-trick pony.

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Top 10 Foods to Try in Vietnam

Top 10 Foods to Try in Vietnam


CoffeeWithASliceOfLife | Travel and Scuba Blog

Some say Vietnam has some of the best food in the world, and I'm not one to hear such a statement and not go and check out if it's true myself. My 4 day trip with Travolor was a squeeze to fit in all the yummy food Vietnam has to offer, but lucky for me my friend Caitlin was there for 2 weeks and came up with this awesome list!

Five Places you MUST Eat in Hoi An, Vietnam — The Kitchen Paper

Five Places you MUST Eat in Hoi An, Vietnam — The Kitchen Paper


The Kitchen Paper

After spending six weeks in the wonderful town of Hoi An, Vietnam, here are my top recommendations on where to find delicious Vietnamese food!

The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Bohol, the Philippines

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

As beautiful as the Philippines is, many destinations offer mostly sand and surf. But not Bohol. Apart from its many white sand beaches and world-class dive sites, Bohol is known for unique attractions that you can't find anywhere else in the Philippines. Curiosities like the Chocolate Hills and the Philippine Tarsier come foremost to mind.

The Northwest in Vietnam – a hidden and breathtaking beauty

by Thuyoanh @ I Love Vietnam Tour

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Food and Cuisine of Hoi An - Paradise in Vietnam for the Food Lover - Tripeasel Blog

Food and Cuisine of Hoi An - Paradise in Vietnam for the Food Lover - Tripeasel Blog


Tripeasel Blog

A trip to Vietnam is not complete without visiting Hoi An, a Unesco World Heritage Site. While not being a large town (120,000 people)...

Discover Kuala Lumpur Nightlife

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Strolling alone on the road, taking a cyclo tour of the nightlife in the ethnic neighborhoods or being immersed into the bustling atmosphere of the night market, and watching the shimmering and fanciful clothes that Kuala Lumpur dressed up when the night falls are the exciting experiences you should try when coming to this beautiful […]

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The best street food in Hoi An, Vietnam

The best street food in Hoi An, Vietnam


Chasing Pineapples

I sit extremely close to the ground at a long table that dominates an alleyway in Hoi An, Vietnam. Above, hundreds of lanterns cast their warming glow onto intricate Chinese temples and Japanese te…

A Short Guide to Hoi An | The TRVL Blog

A Short Guide to Hoi An | The TRVL Blog


The TRVL Blog

A majestic and peaceful town in central Vietnam,  It is very easy to see why Hoi An attracts so many tourists...

The magic of exploring the Galapagos Islands on an active trip

The magic of exploring the Galapagos Islands on an active trip

by Amy Whitwood @ Intrepid Travel Blog

The group – along with the trip itinerary – were amazing, but I firmly believe that without our local guide, the trip would not have meant what it did to me.

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Vietnam - Hoi An To Hanoi with Joe

Vietnam - Hoi An To Hanoi with Joe


Alex & Madie

The infamous yellow walls and decorative lanterns of Hoi An’s old city. Bon Iver - Holocene Hoi An We leave Nha Trang at night, hopping on a 10-hour sleeper bus to Hoi An, a small town at the center of Vietnam. The bus departs full and add

Photo Roulette #101 Epic

by Hannah @ Street Food World Tour

Thanks to Brittany at The Trading Travelers for choosing our photo in round #100 of photo roulette as the winner for the theme “Celebrate.” Here was the winning photo: So it’s now my turn to start off the next round of #travelphotoroulette and choose a theme…I choose EPIC! Show me your best shot of any EPIC moments during your travels. The contest will be open for entries until Sunday May 3rd 8pm EST. The winner will be...

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Fujian Assembly Hall in Hoi An – A wonderful destination

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Hoi An is a small town in Quang Nam that is full of interestingness and tourist attractions. Go to Hoi An, you must visit Fujian Assembly Hall to encounter an […]

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Chennai Transport – Everything You Need to Know for a Hassle-Free Visit

by Stephen @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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Getting around Chennai is not easy, unless you know what you’re doing. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about Chennai transport for a hassle-free visit to this fascinating city. Some more really useful posts for you: Our complete guide to shopping in Pondy Bazaar, Chennai → Everything you need to know […]

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Day Trips from Brussels

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

There’s plenty to do in Brussels on your city break. But if you want to mix things up a little, it’s also the perfect city to use as a base for day trips around other parts of Belgium. Especially in such a small country, you can easily do some Brussels day trips to other fantastic […]

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The Promised Land (part II) – Cycling in Southern Vietnam

by Rolling East @ Rolling East

Between Hue and Hoi An, the hills and Hai Van pass marked the crossing of an invisible, yet well defined, border into Southern Vietnam. Peculiarly, it seemed that on the other side of the mountain another world was lying ahead of us. The sun was finally shining, and a glorious descent along the winding coast […]

Lambs’ Ears Has Another Birthday – Celebrating with a Pumpkin, Sage, Chicken and Spinach Pasta Recipe

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

Birthdays come and go, but the need for a handy cooking hack and a quick meal is always with us – so try my Pumpkin, Sage, Chicken and Spinach Pasta

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5 Fun Places to Eat in Nashville

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Nashville is a necessary stop on any U.S. road trip that spans the country from coast to coast. Dubbed Music City, Tennessee’s capital offers musical attractions like Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and a seemingly endless number of local clubs. When visiting the city, in addition to music, you’ll also find a full range of IHG hotels in Nashville at all price points plus lots of great food ranging from Southern comfort food to cutting-edge cuisine. Due to the city’s location, most places to eat in Nashville serve their food with sides ...

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An Unforgettable Trip To Maui

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

What can I say about Maui that hasn’t already been said? That it is majestic? That it is Paradise on earth? Relaxing? A beauty? I had resisted the urge to travel to Hawaii arguing in my mind that I should travel to more exotic and foreign destinations for as long as I can. But then […]

Shanghai: Thanksgiving Dinner

by leandra @ where's your sense of adventure

Before we left for our relaxing trip to Hangzhou, I had made a dinner reservation for Thursday night at Cucina at the Hyatt. Unfortunately, neither of us checked WHICH Hyatt the restaurant was located in and of course, we went to the Hyatt on the Bund instead of the Grand Hyatt. Instead of just taking […]

Leanne’s Journal: Vienna

by Busabout @ Blogabout

We made it to the city famous for the sweet sounds of Mozart’s music, orchestras and perhaps Arnold Schwarzenegger accents. This is a stunningly beautiful place, rich in history, music and grand architecture. There are countless museums and landmarks that prove why it is a world-class city. Here you’ll find many extravagant buildings, constructed in tribute to God, the rulers, or simply to the very rich. In Vienna there’s always something eye catching around the next corner! We hopped off the bus and checked into our funky hostel. I’ve heard a lot about Wombats, and was glad I finally got to stay in one! We had 4 nights here, and it was the perfect place to enjoy a little extra down time. This hostel had surfing stations, a communal chill out area and a bar with live music and different entertainment every night. After settling in we set off on our first excursion, an introductory guided Walk & Fork tour. Discover Vienna walked us through the streets of the Austrian capital, delving into its history as we passed one ornate palace and baroque building after another. This was a great way to orientate ourselves in the city, and we finished […]

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Best cheap eats Singapore — Top 7 cheap but delicious foods & best places to eat them

by Q Chan @ Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

In spite of being known for its high cost of living, Singapore has plenty of good food at affordable prices that you should not miss. Now, let’s explore best cheap eats Singapore (cheap food in Singapore) — Top 7 cheap but delicious foods and best places to eat them that you must try when traveling […]

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Vegan Guide to Hoi An - Vegan Food Quest

Vegan Guide to Hoi An - Vegan Food Quest


Vegan Food Quest

The Vegan Food Quest Vegan Guide to Hoi An will help you find your way around the many vegan options in the UNESCO heritage town of Hoi An.

Mi Quang - Hoi An Street Food in Vietnam

Mi Quang - Hoi An Street Food in Vietnam


2foodtrippers

Hoi An street food surprised us with our first (but not last) lunch. Check out our video to see more of Hoi An and its famous rice noodle dish, Mi Quang.

Vegan Guide to Kampot

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

If you’re heading to Cambodia then Kampot should definitely be on your list of places to visit. This sleepy riverside town has a great relaxed vibe, some excellent coffee shops, some of the world’s best pepper and a good number of places to eat vegan food. Here’s our Vegan Guide to Kampot to help you […]

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Traditional Food for Vietnamese Lunar New Year – Delicacies for Tet Celebrations

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

In the event of Tet holiday, what traditional food for Vietnamese lunar new year? To celebrate the most important holiday in the country, generations of the Vietnamese have been following

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Why I love… Traditional Greek salad

by Laurel Ives @ National Geographic Traveller (UK)

How a family holiday to Crete turned a tomato-dodging teen into veg loving adult — and started a lifelong love affair with Greek salad

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Cheap Street Food Tour - Hoi An Fun Bike Tour

Cheap Street Food Tour - Hoi An Fun Bike Tour


Hoi An Fun Bike Tour

See a different side of Hoi An with fun bike tour

Eat Your Books Competition Winners

by Amanda @ Lambs' Ears and Honey | A Food & Travel Blog

At last – the winners of the Eat Your Books competition. My apologies for not announcing earlier in the week, as promised – but here they are! It is with

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What Wat?

by Lara @ Tripeasel Blog

Chiang Mai, founded in 1296, and the one time capital of the Kingdom of Lanna (currently the capital of Chiang Mai Province) is home...

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Westend London With Kids

by Morgans Go Travelling @ Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

We had big plans to take the kids to a couple of shows on Westend however we didn’t quite get there.  We are big theatre buffs and both girls take drama and singing classes back home. A couple of years ...

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Woo Ji Cooked Food – $2 Laksa and Prawn Noodles! Cheap & Good!

by Victoria Cheung @ Miss Tam Chiak

It is summer all year round in Singapore. But if you wake up early, you will realise that mornings tend to be chillier than in the day. The streets are quiet, and a stroll through the uncharacteristically tranquil Chinatown at 7am does wonders for the mind and soul. I tracked down a stall at Chinatown...

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Holi festival – a day full of colours

by Haike @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

Vietnam Visa Easy was fortunate to join the Holi Festival, which took place on Sunday 1st of April at the Kinder Park in Hanoi. This is an annual event organised by INCHAM Hanoi (Indian business chamber in Vietnam). About Holi Holi is a traditional Hindu festival that marks the end of winter and arrival of spring. Known widely as the Festival …

Grief and Geckos in Malawi

by Nora Livingstone @ Pink Pangea: The Community of Women who Love to Travel

In February of last year I lost my best friend: Julia. It was awful for all of us. We saw it coming (cancer) but it also caught us off guard

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Visit Karen Long Neck Village — Meet the last long neck women in Chiang Mai of Thailand

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

Coming to Chiang Mai, visitors not only visit Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep located on the slope of Mount Suthep at the height of 1.073m, Wat Chedi Luang with unique architecture of the Lanna dynasty and North Thai art, Mae Sa elephant camp, Chiang Mai Zoo – home to more than 200 species of mammals, birds […]

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Hoi An Food Tour

Hoi An Food Tour


Family Travel Blog | Morgans Go Travelling

We were enjoying the food so much in Vietnam and when we were offered to participate in a Food Tour in Hoi An for free we were so excited. The culinary scene in Hoi An is quite unique to other part…

BOLIVIA – Amazing 10-day Bolivia itinerary to Sucre & the Altiplano

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Bolivia has been on my radar ever since I visited South America for the first time. The problem I faced every single time is that 10 days in Bolivia is the minimum required and I [...]

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Dubrovnik Food Tour Review

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

This is part of a series of interviews with inspiring travelers. Today’s interview comes from Gigi Griffis about her Dubrovnik food tour. See more about tours and tour reviews here. All photos are by Gigi. Tell us about yourself and your travel experience. Hey – I’m Gigi, a writer and web consultant traveling the world […]

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Phu Yen – Discovering Vietnam’s Coast and Hidden Beaches

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

After spending time in bustling cities like Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Hoi An, it’s time to head to a place where the essence of Vietnam hasn’t been as strongly impacted by western influence and tourism. Phu Yen is the perfect place to experience just that. A quiet province on the coast, it offers […]

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VIETNAM – Must do day trip: Cu Chi tunnels and Cao Dai Temple from Ho Chi Min City

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Ho Chi Min City is a great city to stay several days but a day trip to the Cao Dai Temple and Cu Chi Tunnels is a must do too. The Cao Dai religion was [...]

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Top 9 must check in café in Hoi An

by Hoi An Food Tour @ Hoi An Food TourBlog –

1. Cocobox Cocobox is a rustic café, juice bar and farm shop located in the middle of Hoi An ancient town. It is a combination of a café selling juices and a grocery selling agriculture products. The model is commonplace abroad but seems to...

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Rooftop by Ryunique

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

I have been a fan of Chef Ryu ever since I was first invited to his signature restaurant Ryunique in Sinsa. Since then he has opened a second restaurant around…

Lucky Peaches Eating Hall & Bar @ Arkadia, Desa Park City

by Mei @ CC Food Travel

Where on earth is this place, @tummyleejones muttered to me. If not for GPS, we would have gone in circles, looking for Lucky Peaches....

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Vanessa’s Dumpling House- Chinatown (NYC)

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

Finding the best dumpling in a big city like New York is not an easy task. So I took to the internet to see which spots made the cut. Not surprisingly, the majority were located in and around Chinatown. Being deprived of all things Asian in the South I was determined to eat as many […]

A Guide To Kuala Lumpur Malaysia: Eat, See, Do, Stay + Essentials

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Kuala Lumpur has a beautiful mix of modern and traditional. Here you will find street food and temples alongside luxury hotels and massive shopping malls. Being so multi-cultural, in Kuala Lumpur, you will experience the different cultures of Malay, Chinese and…

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5 Hot Destinations for a Relaxing 1 Week Break from Work

by Lavinia Rajaram @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

Tired of slogging through your five-day work week already? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Expedia.com.sg®’s Expedia’s 2017 Vacation Deprivation® Study, conducted in September last year, revealed that 43% of full-time workers in Singapore spend time at work dreaming and planning ...

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WEEKEND TRAVELS IN VIETNAM

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

The long weekend is a unique opportunity for us students to explore some of Vietnams wonders outside of Hoi An, while at the same time allowing for a break between intensive study periods. Me and a friend from the course spent the three days going north, first to the old capital of Hue, then further

Faster and easier e-visa to Vietnam by 2017

by admin @ Vietnam Visa On Entry

In a recent tourism development conference on August 9th in Hoi An, Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc stated that Vietnam is to issue printable e-visa as soon as January 2017. Prime Minister Phuc has also allocated US$8.8 million to expedite above e-visa project to launch on Jan 1st 2017. Travelers will receive their new […]

Inle Lake – 3 Attractions to Keep You Entertained for 1 Day

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

Here are 3 suggestions for you to experience the local Intha people’s lifestyle, learn more about the heritage and savour yummy local cuisine on Inle Lake.

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Exploring amazing Hoian countryside tour with Hoian lady bikers

by Trinh Cherry @ I Love Hoi An Tour

With the development of tourism, there are various types of tours for you to choose. Want to escape the busy life in the big city so let’s take one of the most amazing Hoian tours: Hoian countryside tour. Here, you can enjoy the fulfillment of the wonderful local people’s life with Hoian lady bikers. So where

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48 hours in… Zadar

by Susie Byrd @ Blogabout

You haven’t heard of Zadar? Tsk, tsk… all the better for me to wow you with! For one, this cute AF town has plenty of the goods and is all too willing to share them with you. Get yourself away from those busy Croatian hubs and into the relaxed vibes of Zadar. With spectacular views of the Adriatic, plenty of cafes and wine bars and a myriad of nearby islands to explore and party at, it’s undoubtedly going to strike a chord on your European adventure! The Sea A sight all on its own! The locals, in particular the local artists, have appreciated its beauty for centuries and one such artist, Nikola Basic has created some new interactive features on the waterfront. If you ever wondered what music the sea would play, wonder no more! The sea organ plays a range of tones using the strength and pattern of the waves. Sit yourself down on these steps to listen to the ethereal, low tones and soak up some sun while you’re at it. Right next to this is the Greeting to the Sun, a solar powered glass floor that mesmerises onlookers with a colourful light show. Best experienced as the […]

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How Travel Blogging Changed Our Lives: Our Journey to Financial Freedom

by Nick Wharton @ Goats On The Road

I’m writing this article from a beautiful bungalow that’s situated a stone’s throw away from a beautiful beach in the Caribbean. I woke up this morning when I felt ready to start my day. I brushed my teeth, and then walked to the kitchen in my pyjamas and made a coffee for Dariece and I. […]

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BOLIVIA – Back to the Tiwanaku Empire; a day trip from La Paz

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

The Tiwanaku site near La Paz in western Bolivia was the capital of the Tiwanaku Empire and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Recently I did a 10-day road trip through Bolivia and in the [...]

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CHINA – Jiuzhaigou Nature Park guide: all must-see spots in a day

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Jiuzhaigou is a fairy tale scenic sight in the north-western part of the Sichuan province in China. It’s a must-see together with Huanglong national park and thus a perfect short get-away before or after a [...]

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3 Most Beautiful Beaches Near Kuala Lumpur 

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Malaysia is famous for its island paradises with beautiful beaches. The beaches with the clear water and colorful coral reefs are often the ideal diving destination for those who like exploring the ocean. Please take a look at 3 most beautiful beaches near Kuala Lumpur as follow. Quick Navigation 1. Cenang Beach, Langkawi Island* How […]

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DIY Visa Run from Ranong to Myanmar 2018

by Rolling East @ Rolling East

All info is relevant as of March 2018 Whilst cycling through Southern Thailand, in March 2018, we have had the need to get a new visa-exempt stamp at a Thai/third party country border. For most people. the easiest way to do so is by crossing the marine Thai-Myanmar border at Ranong. Due to the lack of […]

The ears of a giraffe and a Tibetan doctor

by kulturstudier @ Kulturstudier

We made it to Pokhara! Over a week has past very fast and we’re all getting settled in the city of the Anna Purna mountains. One of my favorite things about Pokhara, apart from being so close to nature, is the enormous variety of cafes to sit and relax in. We are spoiled with options

6 destinations to discover in India before everyone else does

6 destinations to discover in India before everyone else does

by Annapurna Mellor @ Intrepid Travel Blog

India is a vast country with a huge array of cultures, landscapes and cuisines.So, if you’re looking to mix up your trip to include the highlights, as well as some off-the-beaten-track choices, here are six lesser-travelled spots you should get to and quick!

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Hoi An Street Food Tour by Night – Special Hoi An Tour You Should Join

by Hương Lan @ I Love Hoi An Tour

Not only famous for its ancient beauty with centuries-old Buddhist pagodas, colonial shop houses, Hoi An street food and authentic specialties also attract tourists around the world. Hoi An is voted one of the 25 most great destinations for foodies, what a big shame if you visit Hoi An without trying local cuisines here. So,

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Countryside Coziness at Manoir Hovey

Countryside Coziness at Manoir Hovey

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

If you follow me on Instagram, then you know that I was in eastern Canada for a long weekend with my sister a month ago. We spent two nights in Quebec City, one might in the countryside, and one night in Montreal. It was so easy to get to from Atlanta and I would highly recommend the area! The highlight of the trip for me was our short, but sweet stay at Manoir Hovey. The countryside coziness at Manoir Hovey was at an all time high, especially with the chilly 20°F weather. We rented a car in Quebec City and drove 2.5 hours to North Hatley, a small little town in the countryside, in order to reach Manoir Hovey for the night. Manoir Hovey sits on the edge of Lake Massawippi so it’s absolutely stunning and the lake provides plenty of activities to keep you busy in the countryside. I […]

How Travel Advisors Benefit The Traveler

How Travel Advisors Benefit The Traveler

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

One of the biggest lesson I’ve learned about my job is that people have a common misconception about travel advisors and are unaware of the benefit to working with one to plan their travels. In this day and age, there is a wealth of information on the internet at our fingertips so a lot of people plan their own travels. Which begs the question: “Why pay someone to plan a trip when you can do it on your own?” Believe me, I was asking the same question less than two years ago so when I was looking for a job, the title of “Luxury Travel Advisor” didn’t appeal to me until I started doing my research. Not only did I find that it is an extremely fun and fulfilling career to have, but I also learned that Luxury Travel Advisors benefit the traveler in a number of unknown ways. First-hand […]

London: food + drink in Berkshire Co.

by eandl @ where's your sense of adventure

Bracknell The Yorkshire Rose — We weren’t terribly hungry after a substantial Sunday roast lunch, so we were drawn by the options of small plates. Not too busy on a Sunday night with just two other tables in the back room. I opted for the small mussels appetizer and the small carbonara – more than […]

Tiger Arena in Hue

by admin @ Hura Cars

Tiger Arena or Ho Quyen (Vietnamese) is located on the south bank of the Perfume River and 4km from the Citadel, Royal Arena was where duels between trained elephants and tigers were arranged for the entertainment of the Nguyen Court and the public. These occasions were also the elephant’s practice combats. Mortal fighting between the beats offered heroic spectacles, through these, the Nguyen rulers expected to remind the subjects of their compliance with the political consciousness: elephants, symbol of Emperors of unparalleled strength, were winners of all time, whereas tigers, the jungle beasts or rebels against the Court, were inevitably

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Culurgiònes with tomato & eggplant

by John @ HeNeedsFood

Unique to the Ogliastra province in Sardinia

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Weekend destinations from Ahmedabad

by explorewithecokats @ Explore with Ecokats – Sustainable Travel Blog

When you are a world traveler, you often forget or are too oblivious to the places near your own city. Even if I visit places near my home, it doesn’t strike me to write about it. I get tagged in...

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BRAZIL – A 5-day Minas Gerais itinerary: Belo Horizonte, Ouro Preto & Diamantina

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

In the past years I visited Brazil six times, but I never really explored the country. I do have a annual conference in Sao Paulo but in the past, I always went to a neighboring [...]

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5 Must Try Dishes In The Philippines

by Hannah @ Street Food World Tour

Although less popular than other regional culinary favorites like Thailand and Vietnam, the Philippines is no slouch in the kitchen either. With Philippine foods, you need to understand before you dig in. The flavors are unique, complex, and sometimes even a bit unorthodox, but never the less, good. Here are five things you should leave the Philippines without trying at least once. Sisig A local favorite snack to be had before the main meal typically. You...

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Is Mexico City Safe to Travel?

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

“You’re going to Mexico City, but isn’t it dangerous there?”  This was a question I heard one too many times when...

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Hai Van Pass and Getting From Hoi An to Danang and Hue

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

Hai Van Pass – Đèo Hải Vân lies just north of the central Vietnamese city of Danang and is part of the Annamite range that extends down to the East Vietnamese Sea. The name means Cloud Pass or Ocean Cloud Pass as a result of the constant fog that can cover the mountains even while the lower […]

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Things to do in Da Nang – Travel...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Da Nang is one of the cleanest and most beautiful cities in Vietnam with fast economic growth. The city has many famous landscapes such as Marble Mountain, Cu Lao Cham Island, Han River … and many amusement parks. In particular, Danang has many bridges with legendary architecture such as Dragon […]

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2017 Travel Overview

2017 Travel Overview

by eric @ where's your sense of adventure

Previous years-in-review – 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 Some of our travel stats for the year: 122k+ total air miles on 6 airlines: American Airlines, Southwest, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, WestJet, and Malaysian Airlines 8 countries visited: we returned to the UK, Italy, Canada, France, Hong Kong, and China, plus we added first time […]

True Love Café – Find Your One True Love in BKK (Like We Did)

by Wan Ping Ho @ Miss Tam Chiak

If you’re reading this, then you’re probably a dog lover or owner. Since dog cafes are becoming more of a common sight these days, it’s starting to get difficult to decide which ones to visit whilst on a holiday in Bangkok. What sets True Love Café apart from the pack is its unique husky crowd....

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dont-miss-banh-xeo-a-special-Hoi-An-savory-pancake-in-Vietnam

dont-miss-banh-xeo-a-special-Hoi-An-savory-pancake-in-Vietnam


I Love Vietnam Tour

Hoi An (Vietnam) is famous for FOOD PARADISE. You might become addicted to Hoi An dishes "at the first bite":Banh Xeo - a special Hoi An savory pancake.

6 Essential Ljubljana Food Experiences

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Check out the six Ljubljana food experiences that you shouldn’t miss when you visit the charming Slovenian capital city.  Our first impression of Slovenia was through a window during an overnight late June bus ride from Bologna, Italy to Zagreb, Croatia. We exited the furnace-like Italian summer heat and found ourselves rolling through cool breezy alpine woods gazing at quaint chalet homes along green, pastoral hills. It wasn’t until we visited two months later that we realized the addictive charms that Slovenia’s polished gem of a capital city, Ljubljana, has to offer. Though most travelers spend ...

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ISRAEL – Jerusalem, Tel Aviv & Haifa: My favorite restaurant hotspots for lunch & dinner

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Recently I did a 10-day Israel road trip with my daughter. Although she’s just 11 she likes fine dining as I do. Of course, a burger and a pizza were on the menu too but [...]

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Flying High in New Zealand’s Fiordland

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

Fiordland is one of the most unbelievably beautiful places to immerse yourself in New Zealand's incredible nature. Seeing it all by seaplane is a special experience...even if you're afraid of heights, like me.

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Saffron & mascarpone tart

by John @ HeNeedsFood

Silky, smooth, creamy and utterly fragrant, this saffron & mascarpone tart is one not to be ignored

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How to make a Dark Rum Mojito and 9 other things I learnt about Rum

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

Could there be anything better to do on a cold, dark, February night in London than be transported to St Kitts drinking a dark...

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Island camping at Beyt Dwarka

by explorewithecokats @ Explore with Ecokats – Sustainable Travel Blog

Island camping is a relatively new kind of tourism and its knowledge is limited to school tours and wildlife enthusiasts. However, island camping offers one of the best opportunities to learn about marine life closely and live in camps away...

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A Beginner’s Guide To Travelling The Scottish Highlands

by Kieran and Lauren @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

From conquering hiking trails that will guide you through some of the most stunning landscapes to mispronouncing slàinte as you clink glasses with a local, these are just some of the experiences to be had when travelling the Scottish Highlands. The Scottish Highlands are a mixture of history, culture and mind-blowing landscapes. It’s wilderness and big skies. […]

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Trekking in Cambodia – Everything You Need to Know Before You Go

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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We highly recommend jungle trekking in Cambodia! Here’s everything you need to know, including where to go, what to pack, and how to make the most of hiking in Cambodia. We adore Cambodia for its magnificent beaches, tiny deserted islands, incredible temples, and friendly people. But there’s a wilder side to Cambodia that should definitely […]

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Melaka Stinks When You’ve Seen Penang – Why Melaka Wasn’t For Me

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

After three months in Malaysia, and falling head over heels first for Langkawi, then for Penang and George Town and even a little for Kuala Lumpur, I was surprised when Melaka just wasn’t up my alley. Here’s what I learned […]

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How to Get to Hoi An Vietnam – Ways to Beautiful Ancient Town

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

How to get to Hoi An Vietnam provides open ways to Ancient Town inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. This is amongst the oldest and most idyllic towns

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CHICKEN RICE – THE TASTE OF HOI AN

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Chicken Rice in Hoi An is a very typical dish of this ancient city. It holds a special position in the world’s culinary map and in foreign visitors’ minds. Hoi An’s […]

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Why You Need to Visit Agrigento’s Valley of the Temples

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Hellenic ruins of the Valley of The Temples stand on a cool and breezy hilltop looking out across the Ionian Sea. Throughout history, Sicily has been subjected to frequent invasion. The Greeks were swiftly followed by the Romans, the Byzantines, and then the Moors, but it’s the Greeks that […]

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10 phrases to get you talking the local lingo in Ireland

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

Famous for its alluring coastlines, rugged wilderness and legendary folktales, this captivating country’s backdrop, culture and history were made for grand storybooks. Make the most of your visit to this poetic paradise by picking up a few phrases before a trip there. From ordering a Guinness to toasting to your travels, here are ten sayings […]

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Top 8 Food Spots – Hoi An, Vietnam

Top 8 Food Spots – Hoi An, Vietnam


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Orchard Yong Tau Fu – YTF in a Rich Soybean Broth!

by Justyn @ Miss Tam Chiak

Cuppage Plaza isn’t the trendiest mall along Orchard Road, but it is home to many eateries and drinking establishments. Located on the first floor of Cuppage Plaza, Orchard Yong Tau Fu is a no-frills yong tau fu stall that gets quite busy during lunch hour. There are very few seats available, so get there early,...

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Three Honeymoons for Foodies

by admin @ Street Food World Tour

If you and your fiance fancy yourselves as foodies and you’re looking for a little foodie honeymoon inspiration, look no further. The classic honeymoon is jumping a plane to a far-flung corner of the world to lounge on the beach for a week or two. However, that’s not everyone’s idea of the perfect honeymoon. For those of us who travel largely for food, that just won’t cut it. The downside of most beach honeymoon locations is...

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48 hours in… Zakopane

by Susie Byrd @ Blogabout

Located in one of the most naturally beautiful places of Poland sits the small town of Zakopane. It’s known as the White City due to the preference for winter activities such as skiing. However, we are here for some summertime magic! When the slopes are not covered in snow, they reveal some incredible hiking trails and beautiful emerald lakes high up in the Tatra Mountains. The town itself shows off ornate wood carving in the Goral architecture and some surprises for your tastebuds. Natural Encounters Zakopane is a good starting point to get back to nature and begin your day with a hike. While there are many trails to traverse of varying difficulty here are a few to start you off! Make sure you begin early in the morning with waterproof gear, warm clothes and good shoes if you intend to tackle the big guy: Rysy Mountain. This is actually the highest peak in Poland and to reach it will not be a walk in the park! From the top you can look over the border to Slovakia and have spectacular views of Czarny Staw on the way up. Czarny Staw or ‘Black Pond’ is anything but black… a stunning […]

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London: Lumiere + The Play that Goes Wrong

by eandl @ where's your sense of adventure

Upon arriving back in London for the afternoon, Google alerted Eric that the Lumiere Light Festival was starting that evening. My aunt had mentioned it previously but we assumed we would miss it. So, in between a lovely relaxing bottle of wine at Gordon’s Wine Bar and our West End show, The Play That Goes […]

Where to Stay in Sydney: Best Accommodations & Neighbourhoods

by Goats On The Road @ Goats On The Road

Sydney is a diverse and exciting city. Whether you want to hit up a beach, explore the coastline, visit a funky bar, dance all night or spend a lazy day at the harbour, you’ll find it in Australia’s largest city. With so many neighbourhoods to choose from and places to see, it can be difficult […]

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5 amazing foodie experiences to enjoy on a trip to Bali

5 amazing foodie experiences to enjoy on a trip to Bali

by Alexandra Frustaglio @ Intrepid Travel Blog

While the food and the flavours of Indonesia initially stitched our group together, it was our friendships that kept us eating together the rest of the trip.

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Papaya Salad with Shrimp Recipe, Hoi An Vietnam Style

by Hannah @ Street Food World Tour

Papaya Salad with Shrimp Recipe Serves 2 Ingredients: ½  green mango shredded ½ young green papaya shredded 1 carrot shredded ½ cup fried onions ½ cup peanuts chopped ½ lime 1 cup mint leaves 1tsp smashed fresh ginger 3 tsp sugar (for salad) 100 grams/4 ounces minced shrimp 1 tsp garlic smashed ½ tsp black pepper ¼ tsp salt ¼ tsp sugar (for meat) 2 tbsp vegetable oil Step 1: Mix the garlic, black pepper,...

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10 Day Peru Tour Review

by Ali Garland @ Travel Made Simple

This is part of a series of interviews with inspiring travelers. Today’s interview comes from Kortnee about her 10 day Peru tour. See more about tours and tour reviews here. All photos are by Kortnee except Pinterest image. Tell us about yourself and your travel experience. My name is Kortnee and I currently live in […]

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7 Instagram Worthy Spots in Hong Kong

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

Isn't travelling all about sharing pictures on Instagram nowadays? Well, I've sussed out 7 Instagram-worthy photo spots in Hong Kong for you!

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The Best Restaurants in Hoi An, Vietnam

The Best Restaurants in Hoi An, Vietnam


Mum on the Move

Our pick of the best restaurants in Hoi An. From traditional dishes in Morning Glory Hoi An, to fine dining cuisine, these Hoi An restaurants have it all.

Exploring Bali While Mt Agung Erupted

Exploring Bali While Mt Agung Erupted

by Sarah Attaway @ Sunkissed Suitcase

Hello everyone! Since returning from my trip to Indonesia in December, I’ve had a few client requests for Bali trips. I’ve had even more clients interested in Bali but who are worried about safety due to Mt. Agung’s recent activity. I was en-route from Eastern Indonesia (Raja Ampat!), to Bali when the volcano woke up, sending a huge cloud of black ash into the air for days. Thankfully, I was on the ground with my Indonesia ground operator – the company who I go to in order to put together client itineraries filled with guiding, authentic experiences and the best hotels. They handled absolutely everything (Wondering what I’m referring to? Read more about my job here!). And I mean everything! I didn’t lift a finger to switch my flights – we were rerouted to a neighboring island and took a ferry to Bali. We had to be creative in order […]

Hue special dishes you must-try 2017

by admin @ Hura Cars

The best of Hue special dishes were once served to Royal families and king of Nguyen Dynasty, nowadays you can find it in local restaurants in Hue city, from roadside stalls to luxury hotel serving these specialties all year round. When talking about Hue food, it’s famous with sweet and spicy in flavor from fresh herbs such as basil, lemongrass, red chilies… mixed with the salt or fish sauce. In Hue city, they also offer more than 30 types of sweet soups (Chè), all of them made from coconut, beans, pomegranate, taro, and sweet corn. The most popular Che is

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Take the plunge: What it’s like diving into the Antarctic Sea

Take the plunge: What it’s like diving into the Antarctic Sea

by Patrick ONeill @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Curious about what it *actually* feels like to jump into two degree celsius water in nothing but your bathing suit?

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Malaysia Guide – All The Info You Need To Help With Your Trip Planning

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

Malaysia is a rising star in the traveling scene: From bustling metropolis to quaint old towns, endless sandy beaches to impenetrable jungles, action & adventure to exquisite culture – Malaysia has it all. Add to that great food, an efficient […]

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The NoMad Hotel (New York City)

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

Of all the hotels in New York City of which there are many, I have always wanted to stay at the NoMad Hotel- a turn of the century Beaux-Arts building that has been masterfully restored to its original grandeur with interiors by French designer Jacques Garcia. The hotel is located in what I came to […]

The Week That Was #42

The Week That Was #42

by Little Grey Box @ Little Grey Box

A look at the week that was and a little insight into the #bloglife, sharing things I just can’t share anywhere else! Highlights of the week I hope you don’t mind, I took a week off writing TWTW last Friday. Do you ever just have one of those weeks where you feel exhausted? Like, you can’t quite get out of bed and you’re really tired and rundown and all your energy has been drained? That’s how I felt when I woke up last Friday morning.So, I decided to practice a bit of self-care. When all I wanted to do was lay on the couch in my pyjamas, I made myself clean the house, get everything in order, change my sheets, do the laundry I’d been putting off and water the plants. I washed my hair, put all my clothes away, did a face mask and stayed away from my phone and computer all day. Saturday morning, Matt and I woke up at 5am and drove down to the beach. It was overcast but we still went anyway and spent some time swimming, laying on the beach and just soaking in the fresh air. Afterwards, we went to the gym, forcing out [...]

Up in the Air, Down to Earth: Our 2016 Travel Year in Review

by Audrey Scott @ Uncornered Market

When 2016 first began, I imagined it to be a relatively quiet year for us, at least in terms of travel. However, in these final flickers and embers, I peer back in reflection over our Instagram feed and photo stream and am struck by breadth and depth in turns that we've known over these last […]

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TOP 5 BEST PLACES TO CELEBRATE SONGKRAN IN THAILAND

by Angelica ibarra @ Tripeasel Blog

Thailand is a country with a unique culture, it has many festivals and celebrations,  but nothing compares to its traditional Thai New Year festival...

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Belgian Beer Festival 2018 in Hanoi

by Haike @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

Belgians are proud people, even though they would not boast blatantly open towards other people, and as much as they try to berate things they don’t like about their country, they also do like to defend some parts of our culture that are worth defending. If one is to think about Belgium and its (in)famous …

How I Built This (Or What I Learned from Being a Scammy Marketer)

by NomadicMatt @ Nomadic Matt's Travel Site

As I get closer to my ten-year anniversary of blogging, I want to tell the tale of how I became an accidental travel writer. It was a lot of work, and I had to do plenty of jobs I didn't love. Here are some things I learned along the way.

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Top 10 Special Hoian Tours You Shouldn’t Miss While Traveling to Hoian

by Trinh Cherry @ I Love Hoi An Tour

Hoian is a special place in Vietnam that you shouldn’t miss. Hoian is famous for the friendly local people, the delicious Hoian local food and the beautiful landscapes. THere are a lot of special Hoian tours here. Therefore, while traveling to Hoian, you should not miss 10 below special Hoian tours. They will give you

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Cook this: Cinnamon-free hot cross buns

Cook this: Cinnamon-free hot cross buns

by Jess Carey @ Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

Happy Easter! I’m a chocoholic, so I’ll be continuing to gorge myself with chocolate this weekend. But the other part of Easter is hot cross buns, which I’ve never been able to partake in, because I hate cinnamon. It makes me ill – the smell of it literally makes me gag. But I love bready … Continue reading Cook this: Cinnamon-free hot cross buns

Hierve El Agua from Oaxaca Without a Tour

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

While walking through the charming streets of the city of Oaxaca all I kept hearing about was ‘Hierve El Agua’, the...

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48 Hours in Hoi An - Itinerary - Travel Blog | Expedia

48 Hours in Hoi An - Itinerary - Travel Blog | Expedia


Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

he charming UNESCO Heritage town of Hoi An, with its narrow alleyways and preserved diverse architecture styles, makes for a perfect weekend getaway. Here's what you can do in Hoi An in just 48 hours.

How I learned to stop worrying and travel with a hearing impairment

How I learned to stop worrying and travel with a hearing impairment

by Justin Meneguzzi @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Having grown up with what’s called a ‘moderate sensorineural hearing loss’, I’ve adapted to living in a way that means my impairment goes largely unnoticed. But there are moments – little things every now and then – when I’m reminded.

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Seven Spectacular Moorish Palaces in Andalusia

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

Andalusia is home to Spain’s most famous royal palace, Alhambra, but it’s also the site of many other spectacular and majestic royal buildings. Many of these magnificent monuments are the work of the Moors, who arrived in this region from North Africa in the 8th century. These descendants of the Berber and Arab tribes ruled […]

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From Venice to Rome: 21 photos of a trip through Italy’s highlights

From Venice to Rome: 21 photos of a trip through Italy’s highlights

by Rebecca Shapiro @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Your life will quite possibly be incomplete if you don't take in Florence's awe-inspiring views, Venice's dreamy waterways, Cinque Terre's colourful villages, and Rome's majestic sites.

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Shanghai: M50 & Jing’na Sculpture Park

by eric @ where's your sense of adventure

Today was to be the day for travel to the nearby ancient town Suzhou… but alas, we were thwarted! Though there are a reported 60 train trips available between the two cities, we couldn’t get a train for several hours when we showed up at 10am to purchase tickets. Whether that was due to actual […]

DISCOVER THE CAM THANH COCONUT  VILLAGE

by thuyhien96 @ Hoi An Travel

Cam Thanh Coconut Village is located about 5km from the southeast of the Hoi An Old Town, Quang Nam, Viet Nam. The existence of the craft of making coconut paintings […]

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Hoi An Motorbike Tour with Vespa Adventures

Hoi An Motorbike Tour with Vespa Adventures


Nomad is Beautiful

All you need to know about Hoi An Motorbike Tour with Vespa Adventures in Vietnam.

Top must-see museums in Hanoi

by Fiona @ Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

When you visit a capital of a country, museums shouldn’t be missed. They tell you a lot about the country, its history, its culture…. Hanoi has a system of national museums which are specialized in different fields. Museum of Ethnology Add: Nguyen Van Huyen Street, Nghia Do, Cau Giay, Hanoi Admission: 40,000VND, camera – 50,000VND …

Best Nyonya Food in Malacca

by Aditi Shukla @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

A trip to Malacca is incomplete without indulging in one of the best local cuisines — the Nyonya cuisine or the Peranakan cuisine. Nyonya food dates back to the early Chinese descendants who had migrated to Melaka, Penang and neighbouring countries ...

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Iberia Business Class Review

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

I was quite excited about Iberia Business Class. A Spanish airline means cava and great food right? and a bit of style? Well, I...

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Top 10 Reasons Not to Miss Phu Quoc – The Resort Paradise

by Eleanor Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam, located in the Gulf of Thailand. This island is known as the precious stone of Vietnam tourism because of the endless blue ocean, vast national park and gorgeous sunsets. If you are traveling in the south of Vietnam and have no clue about where to go apart […]

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Places to eat in Hoi An, Vietnam. Travelfish.org

Places to eat in Hoi An, Vietnam. Travelfish.org


Travelfish

An opinionated restaurant, entertainment and eating out travel guide for Hoi An, Vietnam.

6 beaches in Costa Rica you have to visit

6 beaches in Costa Rica you have to visit

by Christina Campo @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Whether you’re a land-lover or a water-baby, a pro surfer or not entirely sure what “hang ten” even means, Costa Rica’s beaches have something for everyone. Bordered by both oceans, this country has double the beaches for you to explore and enjoy.

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CHINA – Layover in Guangzhou: what to do in 4 -12 hours

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Guangzhou is a large city in southern China’s Guangdong province and has a huge airport hub connecting international flights to domestic or further international flights. Cheap business class flights connecting in Guangzhou were the reason [...]

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10 of the Best Things to do on Caye Caulker

by Nathan @ The TRVL Blog

10 of the Best Things to do on Caye Caulker Caye Caulker is a truly unique island. It may have a...

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Issyk-Kul South Shore, Kyrgyzstan Experiential Travel Guide: 20 Ideas to Get Started

by Audrey Scott @ Uncornered Market

If you travel to Kyrgyzstan, it’s almost impossible to miss Issyk-Kul, the second largest alpine lake in the world (after Bolivia’s Lake Titicaca). But Issyk-Kul is large with two long shores, each a different personality. So where to focus your effort? For many, the temptation is to take the highway along the northern shore directly […]

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Hoi An food guide — 10 Hoi An dishes you must-try & best places to find them - Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Hoi An food guide — 10 Hoi An dishes you must-try & best places to find them - Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!


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

Despite being a small town but the food culture of Hoi An is extremely rich. Therefore, you can hardly enjoy all specialties if you don’t spend much time in this fantastic city. Hoi An cafe — 6 new and quirky cafés in Hoi An Banh Mi Phuong Hoi An — The world famous ‘banh mi’ …

Bárður Snæfellsás, Arnarstapi, Iceland

Bárður Snæfellsás, Arnarstapi, Iceland

by Jess Carey @ Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

Bárður Snæfellsás, Iceland The morning after we arrived in Iceland, we hit the road for our drive around Snæfellsnes Peninsula a little later than intended. We were exhausted, because we arrived in the middle of an Arctic storm and had to drive around 300km through it. But that’s a story for another day. One of … Continue reading Bárður Snæfellsás, Arnarstapi, Iceland

Supermarket White Burger Stand

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

It seems as though the days of high prices in Korea are over, as millions of Seoulites jump on the bargain bandwagon. It started with budget airlines, and has spread…

A Life Update: Reconnecting and Rejuvenating in Grenada

by Dariece Swift @ Goats On The Road

We strongly believe that when plans aren’t working out, and life isn’t flowing smoothly, it’s time to take a step back and follow the path of least resistance. Our path this last year was a bit of a roller coaster, and although it was full of exciting and adventurous times, there were quite a few […]

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Love Learning a Second Language

by Laura Ferries @ Pink Pangea: The Community of Women who Love to Travel

The Italian film director Federico Fellini said, “A different language is a different vision of life”. It was with this motive that I decided, on New Year’s Day 2015, that

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5 Features That Make the Samsung Galaxy S7 the Best Smartphone for Travel

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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Are you looking for the best smartphone for travel? Travellers need a phone that is durable, functional and totally budget friendly. Here’s why the Samsung Galaxy S7 might be the best! Post created in partnership with T-Mobile.
 With the Samsung Galaxy S9 coming out, the Galaxy S7 generation is old news. However, many smartphone buyers […]

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The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Chiang Mai, Thailand

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

Chiang Mai is the largest city in Northern Thailand. It was once the capital of the Lanna Kingdom and is considered one of the most culturally significant cities in the region. But don't let its historical and cultural appeal fool you. Chiang Mai has modernized in many ways and expanded far beyond the walls of the Old City. In fact, it's become a haven for backpackers and digital nomads in recent years.

Top free things to do in Berlin

by explorewithecokats @ Explore with Ecokats – Sustainable Travel Blog

Berlin was never on my Europe list but I happened to visit it in April 2015 (whoa 3 years already!) when I was pursuing a course in Rotterdam. Berlin had to be on the list, thanks to the best friend...

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Hoi An Food Tour - One of the Best Ways to Experience Vietnamese Delicacies - Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

Hoi An Food Tour - One of the Best Ways to Experience Vietnamese Delicacies - Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog


Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

Join Hoi An Food Tour if you want to explore off the beaten path, and experience the local Vietnamese culture through delectable street foods.

Meet Nadia, the Intrepid leader who will challenge your preconceived notions about Iran

Meet Nadia, the Intrepid leader who will challenge your preconceived notions about Iran

by Rebecca Shapiro @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Have a chat with Intrepid leader Nadia Badiee and you’ll likely realise how little you know about Iran. And, for that matter, the Iranian people.

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6 experiences you must have in Hoi An

6 experiences you must have in Hoi An


Intrepid Travel Blog

After three nights in chaotic Ho Chi Minh City on a recent Intrepid tour of Vietnam, a couple of days in sleepy Hoi An came as a welcome reprieve. Traffic in the former trading port is still slightly mad, but along with a chorus of car horns and bike honks, the air is filled with the twittering of caged birds, the mooing of cows and the hum of crickets.

Cycling the Mekong Delta region – route and info

by Rolling East @ Rolling East

The Mekong Delta region is one of the best cycling locations in the whole of Vietnam due to its quiet back roads, friendly people and stunning scenery. Here’s a self-guided route from Saigon to the Southern border with Cambodia, with tips on great places to explore the area. Albeit being the most densely populated area […]

From Hanoi to Hội An: A Guide to Vietnamese Food - Insight Vacations

From Hanoi to Hội An: A Guide to Vietnamese Food - Insight Vacations


Insight Vacations

Explore dishes that range from the French-inspired Banh Mi to the ever-famous Pho, in this Guide to Vietnamese Food that will doubtless leave you hungry.

Easy Pace France – A Featured Staff Review

by Insight Vacations @ Insight Vacations

Though I had been to Paris before, I had not seen much more of the country. I decided to take the Easy Pace experience to France as it gave me greater flexibility to do what I really wanted to do in the capital, while still seeing other parts of France. I still got to see […]

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Sailing The Kimberley – Our Four Month Expedition

by Troy Lechner @ NOMADasaurus Adventure Travel Blog

The story of our four month expedition sailing the Kimberley. Last year, we set about doing what many people dream of doing. Namely, cut the ties to civilisation and disappear into the remote wilderness. For four months we explored the Western Australian Kimberley region with barely any contact with other people and with no resupply […]

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The pork rice paper roll – special dishes in Da Nang

by admin @ Hura Cars

Amongst the most famous foods in Da Nang is the rice paper roll, I make sure that it leaving the great impression to foodie. This famous dishes original from Dai Loc district, Quang Nam province, they have many Ingredients, flavors to make a good dish such as: morning glory with steamed pompano, especial the pork roll with green vegetable, fresh herbs such as bean sprouts, cilantro, diced green onions, banana blossoms, basil and mint. This special dish ate accomdist with special fish sauce from Nam O village or Mam Cay from Dai Loc. In the first taste, the connoisseurs will

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HOI AN STREET FOOD DISHES YOU SHOULD TRY AND WHERE TO TASTE THEM - Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

HOI AN STREET FOOD DISHES YOU SHOULD TRY AND WHERE TO TASTE THEM - Travel information for Vietnam from local experts


Travel information for Vietnam from local experts

Hoi An is a street-food sanctuary where food is not only various, abundant, delicious, authentic but

Chasing Fireflies and Waterfalls at Kota Tinggi

by Aditi Shukla @ Expedia Singapore Travel Blog

Slightly off the beaten track, Kota Tinggi may not be a tourist magnet, but it sure is known to the residents of Malaysia and a nice little getaway close to Singapore. The beautiful natural paradise attracts those fond of waterfalls, trees, and ...

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A Comprehensive Guide to Travel from Bangkok to Phuket

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Located in the south of Thailand, Phuket is one of the destinations not to be missed, especially if you love the sea and the ocean. Some beautiful destinations such as Phi Phi Island, Maya Beach, Phang Nga or the unique Fantasea show are so popular in Phuket. If you choose one of these islands for […]

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Top 10 places to visit in Bali

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Bali is on top of popular destinations for travelers in Southeast Asia. Not only bring beautiful natural beauty, the island also owns a special culture. People often refer to Bali as “Island of the gods” because here, in the temples of Bali, people worship a lot of gods, with many […]

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My Complete Guide To All 5 Batu Caves (Day Trip From Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

by Carola Bieniek @ Notes on traveling

Batu Caves is one of the top sights in Kuala Lumpur and just like the Petronas Twin Towers (aka KLCC) and a meal in Chinatown the caves shouldn’t be missed on your visit to Malaysia‘s capital. All the Batu Caves […]

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The Ultimate Dining Guide to Hoi An

The Ultimate Dining Guide to Hoi An


Laugh Travel Eat

Hoi An is the place where I found my love with Vietnamese cuisine again. Hoi An, however, was like a heaven with Spring rolls, noodles

Johnny Sanchez- CBD (New Orleans)

by Tala @ The Hungry Nomad

When you have two celebrity chefs and one restaurant opening the expectations tend to be high. Aarón Sánchez and John Besh’s collaboration brings traditional Mexican cuisine to the heart of New Orleans. If you are going in expecting burritos and enchiladas then you are in for a disappointment. The menu features items such as the ‘coba […]

INDONESIA – A wonderful 2-3 week Indonesia itinerary: Jakarta to Bali across Java

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Indonesia is a huge country consisting of over 18000 islands and 2 or 3 weeks are not enough to explore all. In this Indonesia itinerary I take you to the capital Jakarta and from there [...]

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USA – Zion National Park day trip: The must see places and must do hikes

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

Zion National Park is, after my visit, for sure amongst my favorite national parks in the United States. It’s located in southern Utah and just a short drive north of Las Vegas. I arrived late [...]

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Where to Eat in Hoi An, Vietnam | The Slow Road Travel Blog

Where to Eat in Hoi An, Vietnam | The Slow Road Travel Blog


The Slow Road Travel Blog

Hoi An is a perfect little riverside town with a lot of eateries to choose from and tons of great food. Learn about the best places to eat here.

Hoi An Motorbike Food Tour

Hoi An Motorbike Food Tour


Emily Luxton Travels

Keep calm and eat like a local - with the awesome guides at Hoi An Street Food Motorbike Tour...

The Olympic Visitor’s Guide to Seoul

by fatgirlkr @ A Fat Girl's Food Guide to Eating in Korea

As you may know if you have been following me on Instagram, I am at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics working very hard indeed. In my new milieu I have been…

Cafes in Kreuzberg, Berlin

Cafes in Kreuzberg, Berlin

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

Berlin is the creative capital of Germany, and twenty-and-thirty–somethings are flocking en masse to the city’s trendy brunch spots, Aussie-inspired coffee shops and Asian fusion restaurants. Every street in edgy Kreuzberg and smarter Mitte is brimming with foodie haunts, and... Continue Reading →

Our top 5 things to do in Hoi An - InsideVietnam Blog

Our top 5 things to do in Hoi An - InsideVietnam Blog


InsideVietnam Blog

The World Heritage trading port of Hoi An, in central Vietnam, is many a traveller’s favourite haunt – here are our top five things to do there!

Bern Münster (Cathedral), Switzerland

Bern Münster (Cathedral), Switzerland

by Jess Carey @ Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

Bern Münster Münsterplatz 1, Bern, Switzerland https://www.bernermuenster.ch/en/berner-muenster/infos-kontakt/ After several days of indulging in mulled wine, cheese, and potato rosti, I figured we were due to do something slightly more labour intensive than raising a plastic cup to our mouths. Over a 10am beer and pretzel, I asked husband what he thought of climbing to the … Continue reading Bern Münster (Cathedral), Switzerland

Top 10 Earlsfield Restaurants & Cafes within 10 minutes of the Station

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

Earlsfield is rapidly becoming a London foodie destination! Craft beer, roasting coffee beans on site and ruthless turn over on poor performing restaurants have...

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An Interview With a Solo Traveller

by Guest Bloggers @ The Inside Track

There are many questions solo travellers ponder before setting out on a group tour for the first time. Will it be hard to make friends with the people who are travelling together? Is there going to be any flexibility in how I spend my time? Will there be any other solo travellers? Does my style of...

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How to stop the post-holiday blues from dragging you down

by Shannon Clarke @ Blogabout

Dreading the return to reality after the excitement of travelling? If you’ve been spending your days sleeping in, sipping cocktails by the pool or exploring exotic locations, the thought of returning home – and back to work – can really get you down. But feelings of dread don’t have to spoil the end of your trip. Here, we think about why we experience these feels and provide a few tips for kicking post-travel depression to the kerb. Why Do We Experience Post-holiday Blues? It’s perfectly natural to feel a bit flat after a holiday or break. In fact, the post-holiday blues phenomenon is so widespread it has its own Wikipedia page. As we readjust to our normal rhythm of life after a holiday, we start comparing the travel-inspired feelings of freedom and spontaneity with the day-to-day routine of reality. This may bring other dissatisfactions to the surface, particularly if you’re unhappy with aspects of your work or home life. However, these post-holiday feelings are usually temporary, and there are steps you can take to limit or prevent them. A post shared by Joleena Louis Law (@joleenalouislaw_nyc) on Mar 9, 2018 at 3:03am PST Keep the Good Times Coming Start researching […]

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7 places to satisfy your wanderlust in Ayutthaya – the whisper of the history

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

While Bangkok attracts tourists by touting its beauty as the modern capital, Ayutthaya on the other hand represents the charm of the old capital. Every mile in Ayutthaya contains historical stories of a glorious age. Coming to Ayutthaya, you can immerse yourself in the flow of history and culture as well as relive life in […]

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Taj Mahal Imposes Time Limit on Visitor Entry

by Hannah Lane @ The Inside Track

India’s most iconic landmark has recently placed a time cap on entry. Effective from 1st April 2018, the cap limits local and international visitors to three hours at the famous mausoleum. Although this may seem a short time, three hours is assured to be more than enough for exploring the monument at leisure. Why the Cap?...

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Drinking beer – A great beginning for a night out in Vietnam!

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

Beer is so popular in Vietnam along with many wine bars and gastro pubs. Our Vietnamese beer guide gives you an introduction to the famous ‘fresh beer’, including what it is, where to find it, how to drink it, and what to eat with it, so you’ll be downing beer like a local in no […]

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Why you should visit Patagonia’s Perito Moreno Glacier (and what to know)

Why you should visit Patagonia’s Perito Moreno Glacier (and what to know)

by Zoe Grant @ Intrepid Travel Blog

All I could muster was a smile that enveloped my entire face. I looked around at my fellow visitors and realised that this seemed to be a bit of an epidemic, a condition of the glacier.

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The best places to eat and drink in Gothenburg

The best places to eat and drink in Gothenburg

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

Seafood certainly comes to mind when planning a trip to Sweden, and Gothenburg has plenty of it. We snack on fried herring from a food truck, brown paper bags of prawns from Feskekorka fish market and platters at the market’s iconic Restaurant... Continue Reading →

Everest Base Camp Packing List and Preparation Tips

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

Putting together an Everest Base Camp Trek packing List requires A LOT of preparation! What to pack for Everest Base Camp took me hours...

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Fettuccine allo “Scalo Trapanese”

by John @ HeNeedsFood

Pasta, fresh sardines, fennel, dried figs ... what's not to love in this fettuccine allo "Scalo Trapanese"?

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Quick and Easy Tortilla Espanola Recipe

by Hannah @ Street Food World Tour

Tortilla Espanola (Spanish Potato Omelet) Just got back from Barcelona and craving a tortilla espanola? Or are you heading to Spain in the near future and curious as to what a tortilla espanola is? With only 5 ingredients you can whip yourself up a tortilla espanola in your house within minutes! Let’s get cooking. Quick and Easy Tortilla Espanola Recipe Serves 4 Ingredients 4 potatoes medium sized 4 eggs 1 onion Olive Oil Salt Step...

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Da Nang A to Z – Why should we visit Da Nang?

by Duyen My @ I Love Hoi An Tour

Da Nang is the third largest city of Viet Nam in terms of urbanization and economy and one of the major port cities. In addition, this city is the commercial and educational center of Central Viet Nam. It also plays an important role in tourism of Viet Nam. Being a modern and busy city, Da Nang brings

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What to pack for a sailing adventure in Croatia

What to pack for a sailing adventure in Croatia

by Mark Hewitt @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Croatia was made for sailing, with a gorgeous coastline, delicious Dalmatian cuisine and beautiful historic cities such as Dubrovnik and Split. But it's important to prepare. Here's the ultimate packing guide for an unforgettable Croatia sailing adventure.

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Five Reasons Why You Should Visit Rajasthan in India

by Guest Bloggers @ The Inside Track

Rajasthan, or the ‘Land of the Kings’ as it translates to in English, is one of India’s most popular regions. From grand palaces to ancient temples, mouth-watering delicacies to desert sand dunes – Rajasthan has it all. But for a place that offers such a wealth of experiences, it can be difficult to single out just one...

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Vegan Guide to the Maldives

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Ah the Maldives! Possibly one of the most beautiful places on earth with crystal clear waters, wildlife, white sand beaches and sunsets to die for. Heading to the Maldives is often a trip of a lifetime, perhaps for your honeymoon or to celebrate something special, or maybe just for an indulgent trip to paradise. But no […]

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The Abu Simbel Sun Festival with Life Part II

by Guest Bloggers @ The Inside Track

In March we invited world traveller Jonathan Look, Jr. to try our Abu Simbel Sun Festival Tour from the perspective of a “mature traveller”. Jonathan took early retirement in 2011 to explore the world, take pictures and write about it on his blog LifePart2.com. Given his vast experience, we were interested in what he thought of...

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Thailand Itinerary 2 Weeks and 3 Weeks

by Alyson Long for World Travel Family @ World Travel Family

A reader asked me to write a Thailand itinerary for her 3 week vacation, I think it’s best to start with 2 weeks, because that’s how long most holiday makers have, and add on some optional extras as trip time allows. A Thailand itinerary is something unique to each person, one man’s dream tour is […]

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The best (and worst) places to stay in Singapore

The best (and worst) places to stay in Singapore

by Little Grey Box @ Little Grey Box

Given it’s an island, you’re probably thinking, “I can’t really go wrong with choosing where to stay in Singapore.” To be fair, that’s pretty accurate. But, as someone who has lived in Singapore and spent a lot of time there as a local and a traveller, I can honestly say there are locations that are better than others. If you want to make the most of your time in Singapore, it’s important to choose the best spot to base yourself! To help, here are my thoughts on the very best and worst places to stay in Singapore. Note: This guide is aimed at travellers to Singapore, so I’m going to use landmarks, well-known areas and MRT stations as reference points. For example, I’ll use Changi Airport and Orchard Road, as opposed to suburb names like Bukit Timah or Tanglin. Images are from all over Singapore and may not directly align with the destination mentioned.  Watch our first-timers guide to Singapore video Visit the Little Grey Box YouTube channel here…  Changi Airport If you’re visiting Singapore for a holiday, basing yourself at Changi Airport isn’t a good idea. It’s going to take you a fair bit of time each day to [...]

5 ways to avoid buying bottled water while travelling

5 ways to avoid buying bottled water while travelling

by Amy Foyster @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Here are five easy ways you can avoid buying bottled water while you travel.

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These Vegan Headphones Will be Your Most Entertaining Travel Partner Ever

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

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Are you searching for affordable vegan headphones? The Uplift 2 Wireless House of Marley headphones are made from eco-friendly plant-based materials, to give you maximum travel entertainment while making minimum impact on the environment. Pssst! You might also like these posts: Chow down on our vegan guides to Lisbon, Berlin, Hanoi & more → Discover […]

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Aureum Palace Hotel & Resort – Luxurious Accommodation in the Ancient Bagan City

by alexis @ Alexis Jetsets – Travel Blog

After an entire day of discovering Bagan's ancient pagodas and monuments, experience a slice of heaven when you stay at the Aureum Palace Hotel & Resort.

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The best street food in Hoi An, Vietnam

The best street food in Hoi An, Vietnam

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

I sit extremely close to the ground at a long table that dominates an alleyway in Hoi An, Vietnam. Above, hundreds of lanterns cast their warming glow onto intricate Chinese temples and Japanese teahouses, the sticky air thick with pungent... Continue Reading →

8 unmissable experiences in Perth, Australia’s underrated capital of cool

8 unmissable experiences in Perth, Australia’s underrated capital of cool

by Liv Bohn @ Intrepid Travel Blog

So often overlooked, Perth is better known for being the gateway to Western Australia’s natural wonders than it is for being a destination in its own right. But in actual fact, Perth’s a pretty special place. It’s the sunniest capital in Australia and one of the most remote cities on the planet.

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Top 6 reasons to love Hoian at the first sight while coming to Hoian

by Trinh Cherry @ I Love Hoi An Tour

Traveling is always a wonderful experience for you to discover new things and open your minds. Nowadays, Vietnam is more and more attractive to tourists from other countries. People choose traveling to different cities in Vietnam because of different reasons. And one of the most wonderful cities attracts a lot of people is Hoian. So

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4 Days in Hoi An - The Foodie Dietitian

4 Days in Hoi An - The Foodie Dietitian


Kara Lydon

A recap of 4 days in Hoi An, one of our favorite spots in Vietnam! Read on to learn where to stay, where to eat and what to do!

Traditional Romanian Food for Beginners

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

Want to find out about traditional Romanian Food? It’s not just meat and potatoes. We were really happily surprised by traditional Romanian foods when we first arrived in Bucharest over 4 years ago. We immediately hunted down as many Romanian dishes as we could, eager, as always, to find the real food of the country not the multinational […]

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Top 10 Things To Do in Osaka

Top 10 Things To Do in Osaka

by Jess Carey @ Ordinary Girl, Extraordinary Dreamer

Osaka might be a smaller and less visited city than Tokyo, but that doesn’t mean there’s any less to do there…   1. Try okonomiyaki, an Osaka specialty Where? Okonomiyaki Chitose, 1-11-10 Taishi, Nishinari-ku, Osaka Why go? Contrary to what I thought a few years ago, okonomiyaki actually isn’t found all over Japan; it’s just Osaka and Hiroshima … Continue reading Top 10 Things To Do in Osaka

The best 8 restaurant in Hoi An 2017

The best 8 restaurant in Hoi An 2017


Hura Cars

Our latest list of best restaurant in Hoi An - from street eats to more upscale dining - was updated in September 2017.

Cheapest Time to Travel To Thailand – The Country of Smiles!

by asiamarvels @ Asia Travel Blog

If you need to minimize the budget for your vacation, Thailand may be the place for you. With a favorable exchange rate and an uncomplicated tourist visa policy, the country has become an attractive destination for travelers. You can save even more by defining the cheapest time to travel to Thailand. Quick Navigation 1. Travel […]

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14 Great Things to do in Calistoga California

by The Boutique Adventurer @ The Boutique Adventurer: Luxury Adventure Travel Blog focussed on Emerging Destinations for those over 35

Calistoga is a super cute small town in the Napa Valley. Within the Napa Valley there are several lovely towns with restaurants and accommodation....

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JAPAN – Horyu-ji day trip from Osaka/Kyoto: world’s oldest wooden structures

by Chris W. @ Chris Travel Blog

I visited the Kansai region in Japan for almost two weeks (family holiday) and did many day trips from Osaka and Kyoto. One of these days I made a day trip with my daughter to [...]

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Siem Reap Vegan Villa

by Vegan Food Quest @ Vegan Food Quest

Back in January 2014, we gave up our lives in the UK and set off on an indefinite vegan travel adventure which without a doubt, turned out to be awesome. We visited multiple countries in Asia and then seemed to get happily stuck in Cambodia, where we set up Siem Reap Vegan Villa. We love to […]

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The best places to eat and drink in Lisbon

The best places to eat and drink in Lisbon

by comomanger @ Chasing Pineapples

“Saude!” I raise a plastic shot glass to a flat-capped, sun-weathered face to my left and knock back a shot of sweet cherry brandy in the morning sun trap of Largo de Sao Domingos tucked behind Lisbon’s grand Rossio Square. In... Continue Reading →

Where To Stay In Rhodes Greece: Our Rhodes Accommodation Guide

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Rhodes is one of my favourite Greek Islands. It has so much to offer any traveller, from a medieval walled town to beautiful beaches, whitewashed villages and a beautiful passionate spirit that hits you when you arrive. It’s also quite…

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Egypt in News: Mummies, Museums and Tombs

by Hannah Lane @ The Inside Track

From late 2017 to early 2018, Egypt welcomed a variety of exciting new developments and discoveries. The country’s tourism industry, which is central to Egypt’s economy, had seen a massive decline after years of political turmoil. However, these announcements are expected to increase visitor numbers and re-establish the Land of the Pharaohs as a popular...

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Why travelling Australia taught me how small we really are

Why travelling Australia taught me how small we really are

by Lauren Wigham @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Lauren Wigham's perceptions of Australia were skewed, and she completely overlooked the country's enormity. That was until she landed in Brisbane…

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Why Sarajevo is the must-visit city in the Balkans

Why Sarajevo is the must-visit city in the Balkans

by Libby Shabada @ Intrepid Travel Blog

I developed a teenage-like crush on Sarajevo that I don’t think I’ll ever get over. Here are 5 reasons why I think you’ll love it too.

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Unfinished business: A second-timer’s guide to New York City

Unfinished business: A second-timer’s guide to New York City

by Doug Whyte @ Intrepid Travel Blog

Nothing compares to your first time in New York. Now that you’ve ticked off the bucket list items, it’s time to sink in. From exploring different parts of the city to digging deeper into the food scene, here’s how you can tackle your second visit to the Big Apple.

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