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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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Eat, Drink, Explore Hoi An: Editor’s Top Picks

by Victoria Nhan @ More Than Food Magazine

On the second day of arrival in Hoi An – after six months of travel around SE Asia and Australia – I knew it was the place for me. Originally planning to stay only three days, I’ve been based here almost two years! The ocean, the vibe, the food; these are just some of the […]

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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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How to Experience the French Side of Siem Reap – A Local Guide, Ooh La La!

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

How to experience the French side of Siem Reap is a question we get asked by French travellers and Francophiles on holiday in Cambodia. Siem Reap based French expat Christine Gleizes, owner of chic concept store Christine’s shares her local tips. How to experience the...

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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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Hoi An | Goop

Hoi An | Goop


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HONG KONG BITS – A Photo Diary

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

🇮🇹 It’s been two years since my first trip to Hong Kong, a trip I will never forget. Things were very different then, this blog didn’t exist yet, I was in a transitional time of my life, I had just started my Quest for Beauty and I was about to leave the fashion photography world. […]

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WHAT TO SEE IN MOROCCO – 10 days roadtrip itinerary

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

🇮🇹 What to see in Morocco, from the souks of Marrakech to the blue alleys of Chefcaouen, from the sand dunes of the Sahara to the beaches of Essaouira: my tips for an awesome Moroccan roadtrip. I came to Morocco for the first time two years ago. I had just started traveling alone to countries […]

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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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100 Essential Asia Pacific Experiences Named and Our Culinary Tour is One of Them

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

100 essential Asia Pacific experiences for your 2018 travel bucket list have been named by DestinAsian in the travel magazine’s latest issue and we’re excited that our Cambodia Culinary Tour Handmade, Homecooked and Hands-on edition has been named as one of them. To celebrate their 100th...

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Hoi An Tailor Shop Experience: Kimmy Tailor - More Than Food Magazine

Hoi An Tailor Shop Experience: Kimmy Tailor - More Than Food Magazine


More Than Food Magazine

There is an incredible plethora of tailor shops in Hoi An which can be daunting, but after my time at Kimmy’s I would definitely consider going back.

A Quick Update On The Blog

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

When I started this blog, it was with the intention of sharing travel and beauty tips from all over the world. … Obviously, that’s not what it became. Over the last year, LetsJustZo has become a platform that has allowed me to share my journey — the good, the bad, the ugly — with everyone I know and the random people who stumble upon this site via Google. In addition to allowing me to share funny stories, city guides and random musings, it’s acted as a personal diary of sorts and given me an outlet to work through a lot of the things that came up for me during my travels. So now that Remote Year is over, what happens next? Don’t worry, dear readers (@Mom, @Erica), I’m not going anywhere. Not only do I still have approximately a hundred actual travel stories in my drafts that I still need to get around to finishing, but just because this most recent chapter has closed doesn’t mean there won’t be more to share. I still have plenty of adventures planned, not the least of which is what will happen when I get back to New York and (gasp) start dating again. I’ve always […]

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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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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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Are you all set financially?

by Lindsay Yap @ Expat Living Singapore

Find out what you need to know about cash-flow modelling

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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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I Ate Poisonous Blowfish in Japan and Lived to Tell the Story

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

(Hi from Japan. Sorry I haven’t posted in approximately zillion years, but here we are — back and better than ever. Swear!) I’ve done a LOT of stupid shit in my lifetime. Take, for example, the time I agreed to jump out of an airplane for $50. Or the time I rode on the back of a guy’s motorcycle through Chile for 5 days. Or pretty much every single thing that I did in Mexico on #SpringBreak2013. But VOLUNTARILY eating blow fish — aka the world’s most poisonous food — has got to be up there with one of the dumbest things ever. Our first night in Osaka, it was pouring rain and we had absolutely nothing planned for dinner (or really, for the rest of the trip in general). We were lounging in the hotel room and I was mindlessly scrolling through Instagram when my mom suggested some restaurant a local tour guide recommended to her. I was barely listening, and gave her a requisite “yeah, sure, whatever” to let her know that I didn’t care and was pretty much game to eat anything. I went back to insta-stalking strangers and guys I used to date on the Internet while […]

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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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TOP LOCAL FOOD IN HANOI

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

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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.

The Best Places To Get Affordable Japanese Food In Singapore

by Suma Lifestyle @ Suma – Explore Asia

Japanese food is huge in Singapore, though for many years it was only available for upscale prices at particularly fancy establishments. Fortunately, this is...

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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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Why I’m Secretly Happy To Be Alone On Valentine’s Day

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

I’ve always been boy crazy. It all started with Gerald Kaplan trying to hold my hand during nap-time in Kindergarten. Then there was my fourth grade boyfriend, Vincent, who I kissed in the back row of Pearl Harbor while my mom sat three rows ahead of us, then Jacob, the summer camp boyfriend who sent me 2 dozen long stemmed roses to my 6th grade English class on Valentines Day in 2002. There was high school Billy, who I dated on-and-off for eight years, followed by a string of post-college boyfriends who were all wonderful (and most of whom I texted when I was drunk in NYC the other night), but nothing to write home —or in this case, blog — about. And then there was obviously my most recent relationship, which I guess you could say was the most “real” one I’ve ever been in, because I thought it was the one that would end in the “happily ever after” I’d been dreaming about since the Gerald Kaplan days. For the last 10 years, February 14th has been celebrated with (literally) hundreds of roses,  more chocolates than I’d like to count, two romantic getaways to foreign countries and one very, very unfortunate attempt at me being a […]

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Khao Soi Gai Recipe – How to Make Chiang Mai Curry Noodle Chicken Soup 

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This khao soi gai recipe makes the delicious Chiang Mai curry noodle chicken soup that is as beloved by foreign visitors as much as locals in the Northern Thailand city. Slurped at market stalls, simple eateries and fancy restaurants, khao soi gai quickly becomes addictive....

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A Cozy Mendocino Getaway: The Brewery Gulch Inn

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

The best girls Mendocino getaway starts with a cozy accommodation on the coast When I asked one of my best friends if she was interested in doing a Mendocino getaway, she couldn’t say yes fast enough. When I told her we would have the chance to stay at a cozy accommodation with an ocean view […]

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Shangli Ancient Village // This is Sichuan, China

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

Visiting Shangli Ancient Village in Sichuan Province Shangli has been through a lot, but you wouldn’t know it from the peaceful feeling you get while walking its lanes. It’s one of 10 Chinese ancient villages in Sichuan province, but unlike its counterparts the village has been able to keep its authentic charm. How to get [...]

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Discover: Lubbock

by @ Wikitravel

Among the objects on display at the Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock, Texas, memorializing the city's favorite son, is a giant-size replica of the rocker's trademark glasses.

Giving back in... Hoi An

Giving back in... Hoi An


The Watchful Wanderer

How to give back and support social businesses in Hoi An when you do not have time to volunteer.

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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Favorite Spots in Hoi An | Vietnam | Little Wanderbook.com

Favorite Spots in Hoi An | Vietnam | Little Wanderbook.com


Little Wanderbook

The old town of Hoi An has survived the bombings during the war and is still authentic. Read all about my favorite spots and do's & don'ts here...

2017, A Year to Myself

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

I never expected 2017 to be a year to myself, but then again, I guess you never really know what life will bring you with each new year. I should know better by now. Even though I didn’t expect it to be a year to myself, I can say with full clarity now that I’m […]

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Our 4½ Month Southeast Asia Budget Backpacking Trip: All the Costs, all the Details

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

7 Countries47 Cities138 daysFor only $3081.30 eachThat’s $22.32 per dayAbout 156.29 per weekAnd $669.60 per month In this guide, I will share all the details of our Southeast Asia budget backpacking trip that included Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore. The Map: Budget Backpacking Southeast Asia The Details and Itinerary:A 47 Cities Tour [...]

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Ubud’s Best Infinity Pools – 9 Alternatives to Hanging Gardens

by Whitney @ Suma – Explore Asia

The Hanging Gardens of Bali is one of the jewels of Ubud. While the 5-star hotel as a whole is gorgeous, it’s primarily known...

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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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Dalat Street Food Tour – A Taste of Dalat Style Vietnamese Street Food

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

A Dalat street food tour is a must when you visit Vietnam’s southern Central Highlands city. Famed for its fertile volcanic soil, beautiful fresh local produce, and coffee, tea, and wine, the former French colonial hill station is a fantastic foodie destination, and its street...

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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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Top 10 Things To Do In Jordan With Kids

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Jordan is an Arab kingdom in the Middle East. It is not necessarily a place associated with family travel but it should be. There are so many fun and adventurous things to do here with children. It has a great deal to offer with ancient cities, unique experiences, religious sites, desert landscapes, great food and...

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Espresso coffees

by hoian @ Hoi An Roastery

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Tra Que Bike Tour

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

Tra Que bike tour – Hoi An is beautiful. Yes, it’s beautiful not only because of the ancient old quarter but also the countryside around. Only 15 minutes cycling from the city center, you will be surprised by the beauty of … Continue reading

3 Best Hoi An Rooftop Coffee, Hoi An coffee shop

3 Best Hoi An Rooftop Coffee, Hoi An coffee shop


Hoi An Fun Bike Tour

If you have already visited all attractions in Hoi An and need sometime to rest, why don’t you visit the following the 3 Best Hoi An Rooftop Coffee.

Discover: Havana

by @ Wikitravel

For an "authentic" experience in getting around Havana via public transportation, try El Camello, a split-level bus pulled by a semi-truck, and resembling a 2-humped camel.

Travel Budgeting: Backpacking India for Two Weeks

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

A look at the average per-day cost of backpacking India for two weeks on a mid-range budget. To continue my travel budgeting series around Asia, next up is India! I’d been wanting to go to India for years, but it was always one of the few countries that I was hesitant to do alone – […]

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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

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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Yam, Pea Sprouts, Tofu & Mushroom Patties

by Grace Nguyen @ Karma Waters

Print Yam, Pea Sprouts, Tofu & Mushroom Patties Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 40 minutes Total Time: 60 minutes Serving Size: 4 People - each person gets 3 patties Ingredients Fresh Purple Yams (300g) 450g Firm Tofu 1 handful of Pea Sprouts 1 handful of Wood Ear Mushrooms 1 tsp Salt 1 tsp VegetableContinue reading →

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Discover: Kanab

by @ Wikitravel

When eating at Houston's restaurant in Kanab, Utah, tip the servers well; they pack pistols, although it's just for show -- allegedly.

Our Top Fourteen Travel Highlights of 2017…

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

2017 is over but we couldn’t move on without looking back at our travel highlights of the year. What a fantastic year of travels 2017 has been for Go Live Young..! It was the year we completed our round the world adventure spending time in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, the US, South Africa and Mauritius,...

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Discover: Japan

by @ Wikitravel

Good things come in threes — and in Japan, the list includes views, castles, gardens, mountains, hot springs and giant Buddha statues.

A Weekend in Cat Tien National Park

A Weekend in Cat Tien National Park

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

Cat Tien park is a hidden treasure just a few hours form HCMC and if you stay at Ta Lai longhouse you will be supporting the environmental conservation of the area and a community based tourism initiative, it is also really fun and beautiful! 

Giving back in ... Yangon

Giving back in ... Yangon

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

How to give back and support social businesses in Yangon when you do not have time to volunteer!

Eleventh Annual LuxeHome CHILL Makes Real Charitable Impact

Eleventh Annual LuxeHome CHILL Makes Real Charitable Impact

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

After traveling and witnessing firsthand the level of poverty a huge population of the world lives in, it became difficult for me to attend luxurious events when I knew at the end of the night so much food was going to be thrown out while so many people were hungry elsewhere. I’ve been trying to be conscious about choosing to attend the kinds of events that are tied to a charity or non-profit organization and are truly doing good deeds for those not as fortunate.   One of my favorite food events of the year has raised nearly 1 million dollars since 2007 to support Chicago area charitable organizations: the Lynn Sage Foundation, Respiratory Health Organization and Saturday Place. I’ve attended the event in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016 and each year is better than the next!   This year on November 9 nearly 50 restaurants and dozens of premium wine and spirits companies are participating in partnership with Wine Spectator Magazine in the amazing LuxeHome space in the Merchandise Mart. LuxeHome is the world’s largest collection of premier boutiques for home building and renovation with 30 different boutiques all in one location. This event always gives me great decorating and interior design ideas for my apartment and future home. Haven’t you always wanted to sip an expensive Pinot Grigio while lounging on a marble tub?

Hoi An Street Food Tour – Our Self-Guided Itinerary for Street Food Lovers

Hoi An Street Food Tour – Our Self-Guided Itinerary for Street Food Lovers


Grantourismo Travels

Hoi An Street Food Tour – our self-guided itinerary for a street food walking tour of the Central Vietnam city enables you to sample Hoi An's specialties.

24 hours in Hoi An, Vietnam

24 hours in Hoi An, Vietnam


Condé Nast Traveller India

An action-packed list of things to do if you have just a day in this Vietnamese riverside city

Cape Town’s 2018 Gin & Tonic Festival

by Amilinda Wilkinson @ More Than Food Magazine

What do you get when you infuse a landmark Woodstock venue with a couple of shots of craft gin distilleries, a dash of awesome weather, a few good glugs of splendid tunes, a handful of delicious food trucks and a very generous sprinkling of happy people? Why, the best cocktail in all of Cape Town! […]

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Hoi An- Our Favorite City in Vietnam

Hoi An- Our Favorite City in Vietnam


Dash of Adventure

After a surprisingly painless overnight bus from Nha Trang, we arrived early in Hoi An and luckily our guest house was nearby and they had a room ready for us. This was probably a good thing as the Xanax hadn't fully worn off and I needed your typical 7 am nap. After a quick doze we easily walked to

Discover: Saudi Arabia

by @ Wikitravel

In Saudi Arabia, you can try authentic apple-flavored Budweiser. (Non-alcoholic, of course.)

Hoi An Central Market - Hoi An Shopping

Hoi An Central Market - Hoi An Shopping


vietnam-guide.com

Sharpen your bargaining skills and head south east to Hoi An Central Market, one of Vietnam’s best, offering an unmissable shopping experience. Rich in the smell of fragrant herbs and spices and the vibrant colours of Vietnamese silk, delve deep and you are guaranteed a bargain. Prices

Batam Versus Bintan – What’s The Difference?

by Elaine @ Suma – Explore Asia

With 2 Indonesian islands not far from Singapore with very similar names, have you ever wondered what’s the difference between Batam and Bintan? While...

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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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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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5 Day Itinerary for Barcelona

5 Day Itinerary for Barcelona

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

Follow the itinerary below for a perfect five days in Barcelona! If you want to mix it, try and pick and choose 2 touristy things per day and mix it in with lots of plaza people watching, eating and drinking! With 5 days in Barcelona I’d say we did a pretty good job of packing in a good variety of activities, food, museums, and neighborhoods. There is certainly some wiggle-room in our itinerary to add more activities, make it more relaxed, whatever is your vision of a dream vacation! 

Kangaroo Island, South Australia – Wildlife Watching on Australia’s Galapagos Island

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island with 450 kilometres of wild coast, a pristine undeveloped interior, and an abundance of animal and marine life, making it the perfect place for some wildlife watching. Australia’s third largest island after Tasmania and Melville Island north of Darwin,...

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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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Home - Karma Waters

Home - Karma Waters


Karma Waters

Karma Waters changes lives. Donate today and help us help others. Donate Now Charity Help us feed vegan meals to the less privileged and the sick as well as basic necessities to adults and even toys to children. Learn More. Vegan Restaurants We operate two vegan restaurants in Vietnam. Come and enjoy great, healthy, delicious vegan food inContinue reading →

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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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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Exploring Hanoi the Capital of Vietnam

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

Exploring Hanoi the Capital of Vietnam a Unique Experience Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam, lying 100km from the sea on a bend in the Red River. It is this geographical feature that gives Hanoi its name – it means ‘within a river bend’. It is a beautiful city lined with flowering trees, lakes, parks, […]

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Discover: Jakar

by @ Wikitravel

A cypress tree outside Kurje Lhakhang monastery in Jakar, Bhutan is claimed to have grown from Guru Rinpoche's walking stick.

Where to find amazing jewellery in Singapore

by Anthia Chng @ Expat Living Singapore

We asked women from different backgrounds to tell us about the labels that they still return to, and why.

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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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Wrap Up: February 2018

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

It’s weird to think of the past sometimes and where I was in February at this time last year – in Thailand, then Vietnam, and at the very end of a bad relationship. I was at the cusp of so many things – both positive and negative. I was in a place where I had […]

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Discover: Aberdeen

by @ Wikitravel

Among the artifacts displayed at The Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen, Scotland is a flag from Hitler's staff car. (Don't ask how they got it.)

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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Guide to Bangkok’s Famous Shopping Spots

by Guest Writers @ Suma – Explore Asia

With the shopping options ranging from luxurious, high-end malls to bustling street markets, Thailand’s capital has something to suit every budget. Chatuchak Weekend Market...

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The future of CSR in Vietnam

The future of CSR in Vietnam

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

A CSR case study: Lin Oi, Where Are We Going? What can we learn about the future of CSR in Vietnam, or in general from LIN's newest project.

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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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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Street food experience in Hoi An

Street food experience in Hoi An


Vietnam Investment Review - VIR

Hoi An Ancient Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1999, appeals to most tourists for its irresistible charm of architecture and landscape.

How to be a Green Tourist

How to be a Green Tourist

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

After talking with EXO Travel and reading their tips on how to be an environmentally conscious traveler here are some ideas for you on how to be more green when you travel. It's a lot of info, so choose the options that are realistic for you and do what feels right! 

Family holidays to suit all ages and interests

by Expat Living @ Expat Living Singapore

Whether you’ve got young kids, teens or relatives visiting from overseas, there are fab breaks available for every brood

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Shop local in Saigon

Shop local in Saigon

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

Some of my favourite local shops in HCMC, check them out and support local businesses! 

A Quick Guide to Hoi An

A Quick Guide to Hoi An


Wide Eyed Tours

Planning your holiday? This quick guide to Hoi An lets you know if this lantern lit ancient town is the right destination for you.

Should You Do The

Should You Do The "Touristy" Inle Lake Boat Tour?

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

The short answer to the title question is: Yes! Find out why!

The Complete Guide to Petra with Kids

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Petra is well known throughout the world and a popular place to visit. Most people have it on their bucket lists, indeed it was on ours. With its elaborate architecture chiselled out of the pink cliffs, it’s not just the leading highlight of a country blessed with more than its fair share of top sights,...

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Wrap Up: December 2017

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

December is always an interesting month. The end of the year usually means I have plenty to think about in terms reflecting on the past year, what I loved about it and what I could do better in the next 12 months. I was originally planning on being in Scotland for NYE this year, and […]

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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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VIETNAM E-VISAS

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

The Vietnam government has added Australia to a list of more than 40 countries whose citizens are eligible to apply for an e-visa when entering the nation. Foreign travellers from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the Netherlands, India and the UAE can now apply and receive Vietnamese visas online, joining the likes of the USA, UK, […]

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What is a good tourist?

What is a good tourist?

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

A lot of the changes needed to create a sustainable, ethical and responsible tourist industry will need to come from within the country, from the government and local people, but there are still things that tourists can do to ensure they are supporting this idea of tourism. I chatted with EXO Travel and these are some of the ideas we discussed about how we can all be good tourists! 

Stir Fried Noodles & Vegetables

by Grace Nguyen @ Karma Waters

Print Stir Fried Noodles & Vegetables Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Serving Size: 2 People Ingredients 100g eggless yellow noodles 1⁄2 onion, 1 carrot 2 leaves Chinese Pak Choi/ Cabbage 5 pieces straw mushroom, 5 pieces shitake mushroom 3 pieces wood ear mushroom 3 TBSP vegetables/ olive oilContinue reading →

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Tom Sour

Tom Sour

by Axel Pimentel @ Munchies

Light, refreshing, and easy to drink. Maybe too easy.

Giving back in ... Siem Reap

Giving back in ... Siem Reap

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

Update! How to give back and support social businesses in Siem Reap when you do not have time to volunteer!

TANZANIA FROM ABOVE – Magical balloon ride over Serengeti

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

Flying above Serengeti in a hot air balloon is probably one of the most magical experiences one can live. If you are in Tanzania make sure to add this to your safari plans! 🇮🇹ITA One of my lifelong dreams was to fly in a hot air balloon. A while ago I put a picture I […]

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Hoi An Guide

Hoi An Guide


Stray Asia

Hoi An is one of the most beautiful cities in Southeast Asia. It's know for it's world-class tailors, shoe makers and it's colourful old town.

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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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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5 Beauty Products That Are Giving Me Life RN

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

In a recent Instagram Poll, aka the technology that I use to make every life decision these days, a lot of people voted that they’d like to see more beauty content and product recommendations. So here we are! I’m going to start sharing more of my favorite products with shoppable links, a la the below. This assortment of products is pretty random, aside from the fact that they happen to be five things that I am currently obsessed with. While some of them were, admittedly, given to me for free, these are all my dead honest reviews and I would never, ever recommend something unless I actually really loved it. … Do I sound like a real life blogger? Cool! @Readers, do you guys have anything you love these days and think I should ch-ch-check out and review? LMK in the comments. Tata Harper Volumizing Lip and Cheek Tint Tata Harper Volumizing Lip and Cheek Tint – Very Charming When I was in Japan last week (douchey way to start a sentence), I got a whole bunch of texts from people telling me how amazing I looked (douchey way to finish a sentence, too). While I wish I could take […]

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Celebrating Vietnam’s Lunar New Year – 2018

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

Once again, Hai and I are in Saigon preparing for the main festivity of this year, or any year … TET, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year! The Year of the Dog I thought it would be fun to look back & remember our preparations last year for the Tet Holiday. *************************************** TET – 2017 (re-post) [Read on ...]

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

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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The Cost of Living in Hoi An, Vietnam

The Cost of Living in Hoi An, Vietnam


Never Ending Voyage

The Cost of Living in Hoi An, Vietnam

I Made Perfume In Prague With AirBnB Experiences, And Now I Can’t Stop Sniffing Myself

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

I’m going to give it to you straight: Prague is touristy AF. Truth be told, it was one of my least favorite city I’ve lived in this year. I know – it’s a VERY unpopular opinion — but I think my issues with it were mostly because I had a hard time feeling at home in a place where I was constantly being mowed over by other native English-speakers hustling their way toward a chimney cake (if you don’t know now you know). The history of the city is obviously incredible, and it really is a beautiful place… If you ever have the chance to see the Charles Bridge at sunrise, it’s amazing (… So I’ve heard — I didn’t actually see it because I had no desire to get up early enough or stay out late enough to do so). And despite the 10 trillion tourists mulling around, Prague Castle (which I actually did make it to) was pretty spectacular. The one stand-out experience I had in Prague, though (aside from bathing in a vat of beer, which was cool as shit), was the *least* tourist-y (and ok, least cultural) thing I could possibly find: I made my own […]

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Discover: Cranbrook

by @ Wikitravel

If you visit Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada and crave a dinner of alligator meat, you can get it at K's Amazon Eatery -- even though the Amazon and its gators are thousands of miles away.

Death anniversary of the founder of Kim Bồng carpentry

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

Time: 13 February 2016 Place: Tien Hien Temple and Kim Bong Carpentry Village Time Activity Place 05:30-07:00 Worshipping ceremony Tien Hien Temple 07:00-07:30 Welcome guests 07:30-09:00 – Death anniversary of the founder Worshipping the founder of Kim Bong carpentry Carpenters’ … Continue reading

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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15 of Bangkok’s Craziest Cafés and Bistros

by Whitney @ Suma – Explore Asia

Bangkok’s café scene is booming and funky cafés and bistros are popping up all over the place. From the immaculately-designed Villa de Bear to the...

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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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A few of my favorite things about Hoi An - The Atlas Heart

A few of my favorite things about Hoi An - The Atlas Heart


The Atlas Heart

Hoi An is one of those places that conjures up daydreams of an ideal far away land – exotic, beautiful, and seemingly right out of a fairy tale. There’s still a French Colonial influence to be seen in the architecture and local restaurants, but I found the French theme to somehow work seamlessly well with the …

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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Exploring Off The Beaten Path Hong Kong: Pai Tau Village

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

Visiting Po Fook Hill, the 10,000 Buddha Monastery, and the hills around Pai Tau Village Sha Tin is not only great for immature puns (I Sha Tin your shoe), it also has some worthwhile attractions. You can check out the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, or the the oldest walled village Tai Wai, there’s also the [...]

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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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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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Gluten Free Vanilla Cupcakes

by Grace Nguyen @ Karma Waters

Print Vanilla Cupcakes Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes Serving Size: 12 Pieces Ingredients Dry ingredients: 200 gm Karma Waters gluten free cupcake mix 1/3 tsp salt, 100 gm brown sugar 2 tsp baking powder Wet ingredients: 250 ml soymilk/ coconut milk 70ml olive/ vegetable oil 1 TBSP appleContinue reading →

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Really Cool Stuff To Do In Vietnam

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

This week we will offer you some really cool stuff to do in Vietnam that you won’t find in other ‘mainstream’ itineraries. We have so much fun researching these activities so we know you love them too. There is something for every type of you: beer drinkers, adrenaline junkies, families, foodies and explorers. Check out […]

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Top Things to Do in Hoi An Vietnam

Top Things to Do in Hoi An Vietnam


Suma - Explore Asia

Hoi An is one of those places that feel like a living postcard. Here's our list of the top things to do in Hoi An Vietnam

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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Swim, Sip and Savour – Bali’s Best Beach Clubs

by Whitney @ Suma – Explore Asia

One of the best ways to spend an afternoon and evening on the island of the gods is at one of Bali’s best beach clubs....

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High Tea at Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel

by Amilinda Wilkinson @ More Than Food Magazine

There are certain institutions in Cape Town that need to be experienced at least once in a lifetime. Like the Waterfront. Table Mountain. Kirstenbosch. An afternoon high tea at the Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel. I can’t believe I’m all grown up and have not taken the time to indulge in this special affair. A truly […]

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Introducing: Jade Aux

by Emma Smith @ More Than Food Magazine

You would’ve learnt about the beautiful and insanely talented Jade Aux from my last piece on the Durban bred musician reviewing the launch of her first ever EP Petrichor. I was lucky enough to dive deep with this artist in this personal interview, gaining insights into her life, sources of inspiration, and musical processes. Let’s […]

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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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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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Are Scallops Actually Vegan?

Are Scallops Actually Vegan?

by Melissa Kravitz @ Munchies

When it comes to bivalves, the line between plant and animal is unclear.

18 Birthday Cakes to Make All Your Friends Happy

18 Birthday Cakes to Make All Your Friends Happy

by Munchies Staff @ Munchies

To quote Rihanna, “Cake, cake, cake, cake, cake.”

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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One Day in Dalat – An Itinerary for a Heady Day in Vietnam’s Coffee Capital

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

One day in Dalat in Vietnam’s Southern Central Highlands most definitely isn’t enough time for this former French colonial hill station and tea, flower and coffee-producing centre, set amidst pine-forested mountains, rolling green hills and serene lakes. But sadly that’s all most travellers allow. Here’s...

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13 Miles – Delicious, Elevated, Yet Affordable, Western food

by Victoria Cheung @ Miss Tam Chiak

Singapore is incredibly fast-paced. However, if there is one part of Singapore that takes things a little more slowly, it is the north side of Singapore. From the relatively slower MRT red line, to the quiet neighbourhoods of Sembawang/Woodlands/Marsiling, things in the North seem to be much quieter and more relaxed. One fine day, we...

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Important phone numbers to know in Singapore

by Expat Living @ Expat Living Singapore

Your go-to guide!

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GIFT IDEAS FOR TRAVELERS AND TRAVEL LOVERS

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

  Is that time of the year again! No matter where you are in the world you have probably been bombarded by cheesy christmas songs in every store you set foot in for the last month, and on every note you might feel the grip of consumerism getting tighter and tighter…I know, I know, I […]

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One Day in Hoi An a UNESCO wonderland

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

How to Spend One Day in Hoi An Hoi An is the one of the most unique cities in Vietnam. The Old Town portion of the city is a UNESCO heritage site and the old architecture is superbly preserved and displayed. Hoi An is an extremely popular destination for tourists, but because of the high […]

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The Minds Behind Hedwig and the Angry Inch

by Darren Meltz @ More Than Food Magazine

Searching for The Origin of Love – An interview with the team behind Hedwig and the Angry Inch When I heard that VR Theatrical was bringing Hedwig and the Angry Inch to Cape Town in 2016, I was ready to pack my wig and heels and make a pilgrimage to Gate 69. Luckily this Fleur […]

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Travel news: Monte Carlo Las Vegas Update

by @ Wikitravel

As of today, Las Vegas' Monte Carlo Casino Hotel remains closed pending the investigation of last week's fire and the impending repair work. At this time, reservations at the Monte Carlo are being moved to other MGM Mirage hotels. In addition, the Lance Burton show will be suspended for the time being and all tickets that have already been purchased will be refunded.

A Literal Stack of Kids in a Trenchcoat Tried to Buy Beer from a Convenience Store

A Literal Stack of Kids in a Trenchcoat Tried to Buy Beer from a Convenience Store

by Mayukh Sen @ Munchies

A Nextdoor post alleges that two young ne'er-do-wells actually tried to pull off the cartoon classic.

What it’s like to be an expat stay-at-home dad

by Expat Living @ Expat Living Singapore

We get a father’s perspective on bringing up kids in Singapore

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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.

Shakshuka Pasta

Shakshuka Pasta

by Farideh Sadeghin @ Munchies

The flavors of the North African breakfast classic reimagined for dinner, with noodles.

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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Hot Cross Buns Recipe for Easter with a Spicy Fruity Southeast Asian Twist

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

My hot cross buns recipe makes a delightful dough that’s rich, spicy and fruity. As I’ve been baking these hot cross buns for Easter in our Cambodian kitchen I’ve given this Good Friday treat a Southeast Asian twist yet still kept the traditional taste. This...

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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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Tips For Shopping Cloths In Hoi An - Hoi An Food Tour

Tips For Shopping Cloths In Hoi An - Hoi An Food Tour


Hoi An Food Tour

Hoi An is best known for its custom clothing trade and is the multitude of tailor shops. You might have a nice outfit just in several days or hours with a reasonable price. You will find an array of different colours, patterns, textures &...

Special holidays to Vietnam: Disabled, Gay, Single and Student Travel

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

Special trips to Vietnam-holidays to Vietnam We all know that travelling abroad is one of things we enjoy the most. Organizing a trip, with all the different steps of the process included finding the right destination, then booking the tickets, finding affordable accommodation, can be something quite simple for most of us. However for other […]

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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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Can you get health cover for pre-existing conditions?

by Lindsay Yap @ Expat Living Singapore

Find out how you can protect yourself

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HOI AN ROASTERY PHOTO CONTEST

by hoian @ Hoi An Roastery

Hoi An, Vietnam – for the whole month of August we will organise a daily photo contest for everybody who brings a visit to one of our Coffee & Espresso houses. Every day we invite the winner for a lunch/breakfast/dinner valued 500.000 VND suitable for two persons. Everyday a chance to win! Make sure you [...]

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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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Coffee tables for all spaces: Tips on finding the right one

by Expat Living @ Expat Living Singapore

From vintage to retro, modern to rustic

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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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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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VOLUNTEER TRAVEL – Another way to see the world

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

Volunteer Travel is a great way to see the world while also doing good. A closer look to this alternative way to travel, what it is, how it works and why you should give it a try! ITA🇮🇹 You know me by now, you know travel is my biggest passion, it’s what gives me joy […]

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Discover: Takaoka

by @ Wikitravel

On your way from Takaoka to the Vladivostok ferry? Take a look out the window: the name of the Himi train line means Ice-Watching.

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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Building Something That Your Users Will Actually Want To Buy

by hoian @ Hoi An Roastery

Nunc leo tortor, posuere eget commodo et, elementum id ante. Donec lobortis aliquet pretium. Suspendisse potenti. Suspendisse eget massa neque, a iaculis tortor. Suspendisse potenti. Nunc fermentum nisi quis sapien aliquet rutrum. Fusce at convallis tortor. Aenean auctor nulla semper quam elementum venenatis. In nisi arcu, volutpat sit amet sodales ut, vulputate quis nisi. Maecenas [...]

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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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Please Enjoy This Video of Gordon Ramsay Getting Roasted for His Trash Pad Thai

Please Enjoy This Video of Gordon Ramsay Getting Roasted for His Trash Pad Thai

by Mayukh Sen @ Munchies

The famously angry chef gets his comeuppance.

Hello world!

by hoian @ Hoi An Roastery

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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The Coffee House

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

The Coffee House 14B1 Ngô Tất Tố, Phường 19 Bình Thạnh District 02871 087 088 www.thecoffeehouse.com ********************** OK, so I was ready to strangle someone at my apartment house. Today’s plan was to relax, enjoy my jet-lag in the quiet air-conditioned comfort of our new apartment here in Saigon; update some Eating Saigon! posts; and [Read on ...]

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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Hội An International Food Festival, 2016

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

Time: March 14 – 20, 2016 Place: An Hội Sculpture Garden, Hội An Ancient Town. Time Activity Place March 12 13:40-20:00 Taste of the world: The international chefs meet with the media The Market restaurant, 03 Nguyễn Hoàng st. March … Continue reading

Amman with Kids: The Gateway to Jordan

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Amman with kids, gateway to Jordan. Although we flew into Amman at the start of our trip, it wasn’t until our last day in the country that we got to explore the sights. Like Rome, Amman was originally founded on seven hills, but today it spreads across twenty or more. As Middle East cities go,...

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Traditional cake production and taste – Hoi an 2016

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

TRADITIONAL CAKE PRODUCTION AND TASTE HOI AN 2016 Duration: From 8h00 to 21h00 on March 15th 2016; Location: An Hoi Sculpture Garden; Time Content 13:00 Cake makers start their cake production, sell cake products to tourists. 16:30 – Welcome delegations, … Continue reading

22 Best Egg Recipes for Breakfast for Dinner, Supper and Lunch

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Our best egg recipes were concocted for breakfast and brunch in kitchens around the world for our Weekend Eggs series. As Easter is ending, we still have eggs on our minds, and the breakfast for dinner trend isn’t going anywhere, I thought it time to...

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How to Live Like a Local in Barcelona

How to Live Like a Local in Barcelona

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

This year Jeremy and I decided to choose tapas over turkey and booked a two-week trip to Spain over Thanksgiving! It seemed like the perfect time given that we had two extra days off work for the holiday and it would be after tourist season in Spain making everything a little bit less crowded and more affordable. We also had some fantastic fall weather while we were there as it was in the high 50s and low 60s most of our trip. We chose to visit three different cities during our time in Spain: Barcelona, Madrid and San Sebastian.

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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Prostly: Mexican Craft Beer Edition

by The Departful Team @ Departful

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Top 10 things to do in Hội An, Vietnam

Top 10 things to do in Hội An, Vietnam


the Guardian

Fabulous fresh food is the order of the day – every day – in this ancient riverside town. But explore the temples and beaches by bicycle and all those grilled dishes and pho will have been well-earned

MasterChef

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

On the occasion of 106th anniversary of International Women’s Day (8/3/1910-8/3/2016) and 1976th anniversary of an uprising led by Hai Ba Trung , Hoi An Women’s Association in cooperate with Danang Asia – Europe Career Orientation Center is going to … Continue reading

Ultimate Guide of Things to do in Bandung with Kids

by Elaine @ Suma – Explore Asia

  While Bandung has a great deal to offer adults, it also has a ton of family-oriented attractions. In fact, we rank Bandung as one...

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Discover: Vicksburg

by @ Wikitravel

When you visit Vicksburg (Mississippi) National Military Park, you can see one of the first ironclad gunboats, dating back to US Civil War times.

What made the banh mi the world's best sandwich

What made the banh mi the world's best sandwich


Traveller

A quiet war is raging in the streets of Hoi An, on Vietnam’s central coast. And it’s all over a sandwich.

New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018 | Part Three – Emerging Designers

by Bri Humes @ More Than Food Magazine

We are onto the final chapter of New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018. In the fashion industry, there’s a mass number of aspiring designers looking for their big break. These designers put their blood, sweat, and tears into the work they love most, which is abundantly clear. I was invited to a show that debuted […]

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Tofu and Mushroom with Red Rice

by Grace Nguyen @ Karma Waters

Print Tofu and Mushroom with Red Rice Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes Serving Size: 2 People Ingredients 5 pieces (sticks) soybean curds 10 pieces straw mushroom 5 pieces shitake mushroom 5 pieces wood ear mushroom 2 TBSP vegetable cooking oil 5 gloves garlic ½ thumb ginger ½ handfulContinue reading →

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Bites by bike - Hoi An Cycling

Bites by bike - Hoi An Cycling


Hoi An Cycling

Bites by Bike gives you a proper introduction to the cuisine in Hoi An. With over 600 restaurants, cafes and street stalls, the amount of choice can be daunting, and a person new to the region may wonder where to go or what is safe to eat. In addition, many dishes that Hoi An is …

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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Happy Days in Hoi An | Go Live Young

Happy Days in Hoi An | Go Live Young


Go Live Young

Graceful, historic Hoi An is an atmospheric and delightful town on Vietnam’s central coast famous for its well-preserved Ancient Town. The former port town’s melting-pot history is reflected in its architecture, a mix of eras and styles from wooden Chinese shophouses and temples to colorful French colonial buildings, ornate Vietnamese tube houses and the iconic...

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!

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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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


Inspitrip Blog

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...

A Budget Guide to Hoi An, Vietnam

A Budget Guide to Hoi An, Vietnam


Itchy Feet on the Cheap

If you're like me and hate very touristy towns, you're going to have to take some precautions if you're going to enjoy Hoi An, Vietnam.

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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Experience Halong Bay Like a True Emperor

by Allister Esguerra @ More Than Food Magazine

Imagine yourself cruising along the emerald waters of Halong Bay, witnessing its magnificent views, towering limestone formations, and the jaw-dropping landscapes that were formed over a span of billions of years by mother nature all whilst sipping cocktails by the sundeck and enjoying the company of your loved ones. That, and getting whatever it is […]

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Smoothies

by hoian @ Hoi An Roastery

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Hoi An NIght Market in Hoi An - Shopping in Hoi An, Vietnam - Justgola

Hoi An NIght Market in Hoi An - Shopping in Hoi An, Vietnam - Justgola


Justgola

Hoi An night market has become a must - visit shopping place in Hoi An. Like many other night markets, this one is busy and full of local items.

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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Hoi An Markets, Central Market, Night Market and Others in Hoi An

Hoi An Markets, Central Market, Night Market and Others in Hoi An


World Travel Family

After 6 months in Hoi An we know her markets well. Find out about Hoi An's Central Market, Night Market, Tiger Market and more. Join us shopping in Hoi An, for food, souvenirs, home wears and more.

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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Discover: Fukuoka

by @ Wikitravel

A bullet train ride on the Hakata-Minami Line in Fukuoka, Japan costs just ¥290 (under US$3). Alas, the end-to-end trip lasts just ten minutes.

Discover: Santa Fe

by @ Wikitravel

In the celebrated art colony of Santa Fe, New Mexico, you can of course get paintings of the scenery of the southwestern United States, but did you know you can also get original paintings of Daffy Duck and Wile E. Coyote?

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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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.

My Heart Aches for This Sad-Looking Airport Burger

My Heart Aches for This Sad-Looking Airport Burger

by Mayukh Sen @ Munchies

Move over, Fyre Festival cheese sandwich.

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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Program “Earth hour”, Hội An 2016

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

THE PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE OF HỘI AN CITY THE ORGANIZING BOARD OF EARTH HOUR – 2016 EARTH HOUR – 2016 PROGRAM SUBJECT: “SMALL ACTIONS – BIG IMPACT” Time:  Supporting activities: 18 – 19 March 2016 Main activity: Evening. 19 March 2016. … Continue reading

12 Articles Against Voluntourism

12 Articles Against Voluntourism

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

An argument that shows how harmful voluntourism can be.

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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Discover: Seoul

by @ Wikitravel

Fans of spicy fermented cabbage from all over Korea flock to the Kimchi Museum in Seoul.

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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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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I Survived Machu Picchu (Part 2)

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

Let me reiterate once again: I am NOT an outdoorsy person. After 8+ hours of hiking in the pouring rain, I would have given literally anything for a hot shower and a comfortable bed to sleep in (first born? take it! Arm and a leg? Don’t need ’em!). But, nope — No luxury hotel for this #hikerbarbie! I was goin’ camping. Since I hadn’t read the spread sheet, the whole “sleeping in tents” thing came as a little bit of a surprise. I knew that we were going to be “camping,” I guess, but I don’t think I fully understood what “camping” meant until I was standing in the middle of the Peruvian jungle surrounded by 15 2-person tents and telling my friends there was no fucking way I was spending the night there. “I’m going to a hotel,” I huffed after my friend Lizzie and I were relegated to what we not-at-all-affectionately called the “isolation tent” in the middle of a pile of mud. I, and everything I own, smelled like a wet dog, and I was just not having it. … Then, I found out they had wine, and decided to stay put. Because when else in my life would I […]

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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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The Stories Behind the Lovely Vietnamese Coffee Shops in Da Lat

by Salt @ The Christina's Blog

If you are tired of the rushed rhythm of big cities, pay Da Lat a visit. You will feel as if you’re back home. People here have a clear sincerity in their eyes and speak honest words. These personalities spend time in the city’s coffee shops, becoming as much a part of the environment as […]

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Renku Adds To Marina Bay Sand’s Collection of Fine Drinking and Dining Establishments

by Suma Lifestyle @ Suma – Explore Asia

Marina Bay Sands has recently added Renku, its premium hotel and bar lounge to the integrated resort’s portfolio of food and beverage offerings. Featuring...

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HOW TO SPEND A DAY IN HOI AN - Behind The Quest

HOW TO SPEND A DAY IN HOI AN - Behind The Quest


Behind The Quest

Hoi an is my absolute favorite town in South East Asia. I have a special connection to this place. I came here for the first time at a very weird time of my life, I was transitioning from my old life to the new and everything seemed enwrapped in a veil of magic. Two years …

PHOTOGRAPHER RÉHAHN COOPERATES WITH HOI AN LOCAL GOVERNMENT FOR THE EXHIBITION “WOMEN OF VIETNAM”

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

French photographer Réhahn cooperates with Hội An local government to organize the exhibition “Women of Vietnam” from July 20 to August 20, 2016. After 4 years living in Vietnam, he said: “I’m very impressed by the strength of the Vietnamese … Continue reading

Siem Reap - Angkor Wat

Siem Reap - Angkor Wat

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

I first visited Siem Reap in November 2014 with my sister and just returned in April 2016. This post includes information from my orginal visit and some upadtes from my more recent visit.

Da Nang International Fireworks Festival 2018

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

2018 marks 10 years since the first “Danang Fireworks” and the creation of the brand name. Over the past 8 events, Danang International Fireworks Festival has constantly reinvented itself and has now developed into a world-class cultural and tourist event that is hosted on an annual basis from April to June. Inspired by the bridges […]

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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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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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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.

Freshen Up Your Walls With Creative Mobile Book Illustrations!

by hoian @ Hoi An Roastery

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What your kids are really doing online

by Monica Pitrelli @ Expat Living Singapore

We asked; they answered!

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Cam Kim Bike Tour

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

Cam Kim Bike Tour Cam Kim Bike Tour – Tired of being hassled by sellers everywhere you go? Want to enjoy something new and unique? Cam Kim, a beautiful carpentry island which is about 10 minutes ride by ferry from the … Continue reading

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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Shredded Oyster Mushroom with Mint and Rice Cracker

by Grace Nguyen @ Karma Waters

Print Shredded Oyster Mushroom with Mint and Rice Cracker Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Serving Size: 2 People Ingredients 200 gram oyster mushroom 1⁄4 onion 1 cup mint 3 cloves garlic 1⁄2 thumb size ginger 2 TBSP vegetables oil 1 TBSP olive oil (for dressing) 1 TBSP crumbledContinue reading →

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15 Must-Visit Restaurants in Spain

15 Must-Visit Restaurants in Spain

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

I’ll begin by saying it was VERY hard to narrow down this list as almost every restaurant we ate at in Spain had its own merits. But, these 15 restaurants pulled away from the pack and were some of our favorite spots in Barcelona, Madrid and San Sebastian.

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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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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Le Anh Kiet, Exquisite: Faces of Hoi An

by Chelsea St. Clair @ More Than Food Magazine

On the edge of Old Town in Hoi An, Vietnam sits a store whose mission is more than just to showcase beautiful sculptures made around the country. Kiet, the owner of Exquisite, started his store with the aim to preserve ethnic minority cultures and the artwork that has been passed down from generation to generation. […]

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Wrap Up: January 2018

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

My January was a month of many ups and one profound piece of sadness. I went to Tahoe and Montreal for the first time, and Chicago for the second time, to see some of my closest friends. It was everything I could’ve asked for to start off my 2018 on a good foot, but it […]

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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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Discover: Tokyo

by @ Wikitravel

Want to visit the Northern, Western, Eastern and Southern Capitals? Book flights to Beijing, Xian, Tokyo and Nanjing.

10 Things to do in Madrid

10 Things to do in Madrid

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

By the time our train pulled into Madrid we’d hit our Spanish stride and were starting to feel like travelers again and less like tourists. The majority of time spent in Madrid was picking different neighborhoods to walk around and explore, with a few sites sprinkled in here and there.

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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Singapore Laksa Recipe – How to Make a Spicy Coconut Curry Noodle Soup

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This Singapore laksa recipe is the rich coconut milk-laced version of this Southeast Asian classic noodle soup dish. A great laksa is not made starting from a jar of paste, a great laksa starts with curry paste made from scratch in a mortar and pestle –...

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myVillage – Charming Mall in Serangoon with Delicious Food Options

by Victoria Cheung @ Miss Tam Chiak

myVillage sits in the heart of Serangoon Gardens, one of Singapore’s most popular foodie haunts. Being part of this neighbourhood means that it has inherited a good part of that foodie heritage, translating into assurance that that every dining experience at myVillage will be nothing short of satisfying. Expect excellent quality, affordable prices, and unbeatable...

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Remote Year Is Over. I am Sad. Here’s A Video.

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

“Have a plan for day 366.” It was the “one piece of advice” a former Remote Year participant offered me back in February, my first week of the program, and it’s something I’ve held onto ever since. Today is day 366, and I’m sitting alone at my mom’s house trying to find the words to explain what this year has meant to me. As I predicted, at this exact moment it feels like the worst breakup I’ve ever gone through. I’ve been in bed all day, alternating between sleeping, crying and watching episodes of Grace and Frankie.  This past month was the most intense experience of my life, and that’s speaking within the context of the most intense year of my life. We spent 30 days trying to soak in every last minute we had together — from climbing Machu Picchu 36-deep to boat parties to farewell weekend to event after event after event. Sleep felt like a waste of time because you can’t hang out with people while you’re sleeping, and at some point I broke my cellphone and didn’t even bother getting a replacement because I didn’t care about communicating with anyone outside of my #tramily. I can say with 100% […]

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Things We Can Do To Save Wildlife from Extinction and Save the Planet

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Things we can do to save wildlife from extinction include everything from symbolically adopting an animal and donating to established wildlife protection and conservation organisations to learning a bit about endangered species and sharing what you learn on social media. I spent some time on...

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Hoi An, Vietnam: How to shop, what to eat and where to stay in the stunning heritage town |

Hoi An, Vietnam: How to shop, what to eat and where to stay in the stunning heritage town |


Expat Living Singapore

Hop on a short flight to World Heritage town Hoi An for cheap tailoring, historic architecture, ace food and lanterns galore

Camping with Kids in Wadi Rum

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Camping in Wadi Rum was high on the list of things to do before our trip to Jordan and it did not disappoint. Located in southern Jordan, about three hours from the capital Amman or an hour north of Aqaba is the desert Wadi Rum, also known as the Valley of the Moon. Wadi Rum is...

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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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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

Hoi An Beachside On Sale

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

Nestled on the coast of the Hoi An ancient city lies the sublime villages of An Bang and Tan Thanh. Bustling with character these quaint beachside areas are the perfect location for a much needed break that won’t break the bank. Conveniently situated near Da Nang International airport, An Bang is the ideal for a […]

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Talking Rum with Master Distiller John Georges

by Leah van Deventer @ More Than Food Magazine

Drinks writer Leah van Deventer recently went to Trinidad for the Angostura Global Cocktail Challenge, where she put together this exclusive rum interview for More Than Food. John, I know you’ve been with Angostura for a long time. How many years has it been, exactly? Oh, I joined Angostura in ’82, so that puts me […]

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5 Local Businesses to Support in Dalat

5 Local Businesses to Support in Dalat

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

One of my favourite get aways from HCMC is Dalat and here are some of my favourite places to go when Im there! 

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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Best Family Hikes Around the World

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Are you looking for the perfect family hike? As a family we love hiking as it gets you outdoors amongst often spectacular scenery. On our recent round the world trip we hiked some spectacular routes, including the Great Wall of China, Table Mountain in South Africa, the Valley of the Winds in Uluru, Australia and...

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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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What to do in San Sebastian in Fall

What to do in San Sebastian in Fall

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

San Sebastian was the last stop on our Spain itinerary and likely the one that I’ll wax poetic about for years to come as it combined two of my favorite things: the outdoors and food. We visited in their off-season, which meant some restaurants were closed and it was a bit too chilly to want to hang out by the beach and ocean.  What could have been a downer was actually really nice as we had both hiking paths and spots at pinxto bars available for us whenever we wanted.  

My Myanmar Days

My Myanmar Days

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

I finally made it to Myanmar, somewhere I've been wanting to go since it opened up a couple years ago. It is such an interesting a beautiful place and this is how we occupied our days while there. 

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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Hoi An Central Market; the brashest and liveliest of Hoi An's markets

Hoi An Central Market; the brashest and liveliest of Hoi An's markets


Hoi An Now

Hoi An Central Market is the grandaddy of the Hoi An's many markets both in scale and visitors received, read our guide to help get your head around it all

The Best Eco-Friendly Coffee Tours in Da Lat

by Salt @ The Christina's Blog

Even if you are not fascinated by coffee, but if you are into an eco-friendly lifestyle, this article about Da Lat coffee farms will be of interest to you. Love coffee? Then don’t ever miss out on visiting Da Lat! I love the idea that our life is a journey. That journey might not mean […]

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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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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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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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Welp, The End Is Here: Reflections on 12 Months With Remote Year

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

Five days post-farewell (which consisted of a rooftop party with more alcohol than I could have ever fathomed before I started hanging out with Australians, and so many tears that my contact lenses still won’t sit my eyes the right way) I’m sitting on the couch at my mom’s house with a 2015 episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians blaring in the background trying to figure out how the hell I’m supposed to sum up this year into one neat little blog post. I thought about putting together a list of “Lessons I’ve Learned During A Year Of Travel”: Pisco sours have three shots of Pisco in them. Adjust accordingly. When riding an Uber moto, don’t hold on to the guy’s waist or he will ask you on a date Do not eat street meat in India. Trust. If someone sprays water on you in Santiago, they are trying to scam you. Don’t fall for it. Or writing out an in-depth analysis of “What each month taught me”: April in Cambodia: How to live without every comfort I’ve ever known July in Lisbon: How to minimize hours in the office to maximize hours on the beach October in Buenos Aires: […]

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Scoot To Start Flying Singapore to Kuching and Kuantan in October

by Suma Lifestyle @ Suma – Explore Asia

Scoot has launched ticket sales for Kuching and Kuantan, bringing the total number of Scoot destinations in Malaysia to six cities including Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur,...

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Cam Lập Trilogy: Part 1 – The Journey Begins

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

So, we’ve all pondered those rhetorical questions, “What would you want to do if the doctor told you that you only had a few days left on the planet and you could do anything you wanted? How would you want to spend your last 72 hours?” Well, for me that’s an easy one. Easy because [Read on ...]

41st Anniversary of the liberation of South Vietnam and national reunification (30/4/1975-30/4/2016)

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

THE PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE OF HỘI AN CITY THE CENTER FOR CULTURE AND SPORTS OF HỘI AN CITY 41st Anniversary of the liberation of South Vietnam and national reunification (30/4/1975-30/4/2016) PROGRAM Time Activity Place 27/4/2016 19:30   Hội An revolutionary music … Continue reading

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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VOLUNTEERING IN MOSHI- 2 weeks with African Impact

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

As I told you in one of my latest posts, I want to show you more meaningful and sustainable ways of traveling. That’s why a few weeks ago I went to Moshi,Tanzania: to get an inside look at the world of voluntourism and tell you all about it!  For this trip I teamed up with […]

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Eating it Raw in the Largest Fish Market in South Korea – Jagalchi Market

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

Busan’s Jagalchi Market (자갈치시장), the largest fish market in South Korea, has taken up two very different places in my memory. The first one is a very positive place, where the memories of incredible lunches, lively atmospheres, excitement and intrigue all sit. The second place is dark. It’s usually avoided at all costs. This memory [...]

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What a Lost Camera Taught Me about Fate in Hoi An, Vietnam

What a Lost Camera Taught Me about Fate in Hoi An, Vietnam


Pink Pangea: The Community of Women who Love to Travel

After losing a camera in Hoi An, Vietnam, I finally gained some perspective thanks to a few kind locals.

Travel Misconceptions: Thailand

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

One of my goals on The Atlas Heart is to break down travel misconceptions or judgments about places and ideas. Perhaps it could be that destination that everyone warns you not to visit because of how dangerous it is, or maybe you yourself had preconceived notions that were proven wrong once you arrived to where […]

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Discover: Savannah

by @ Wikitravel

Chippewa Square in Savannah, Georgia was the site of the bus stop in the movie Forrest Gump, but don't look for the famous bench; it was just a prop.

Spicy Vegetables with Bean Curds and Rice Cracker

by Grace Nguyen @ Karma Waters

Print Spicy Vegetables with Bean Curds and Rice Cracker Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Serving Size: 2 People Ingredients 3 pieces soybean curds 1 medium carrot, 1 / 3 onion, 2 cups mint 4 cloves garlic, 1 thumb size ginger, 1 red chili 4 TBSP vegetables oil, 1Continue reading →

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What I Learned from Three Cups of Deceit

What I Learned from Three Cups of Deceit

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

I am a little late to the party with this, but I recently read John Krakaurer's Three Cups of Deceit which is a take down of the popular memoir Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson. This is what I learned from it. (Banner photo is taken from Flickr Creative Commons and all credit goes to Flickr user Stuart Orford)

A Guide to Kuala Lumpur

by Guest Writers @ Suma – Explore Asia

Though Kuala Lumpur is primarily known for the Petronas Twin Towers, many tourists find themselves pleasantly surprised to discover that there’s more to the...

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Hàn Phố – Mì Quảng at its Best

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

Hàn Phố 14/40d Kỳ Đồng Street P.9, Q.3 08.22470550 0913106700 ******************************** SETTING: It’s a new year (2018 Western calendar). It’s Hai’s birthday (he won’t let me give you his exact age, but he’s not in his 30’s anymore). It’s just 24 hours into our return to Saigon after many months away.  And now, it’s time [Read on ...]

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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36 Hours And $5 Dresses In Hoi An - Let's Just Zo

36 Hours And $5 Dresses In Hoi An - Let's Just Zo


Let's Just Zo

Vietnam has a lot of cool destinations (Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and Ha Long Bay were the other three that I had the chance to experience) but my personal favorite was a tiny historical town outside of Denang called “Hoi An.” Back in the 17th and 18th  century, the small river town hosted traders from China and Japan, so the architecture is an interesting mix of various different Asian styles. Somehow, the buildings remain pretty much completely intact today, which makes you feel like you’ve stepped back in time. There’s no traffic, no pollution, no high-rise buildings — none of the annoying stuff that dominates the feel of other Vietnamese cities like Saigon and Hanoi. It’s also the dressmaking capital of Southeast Asia… Just saying. My mom and I spent 36 brief and wonderful hours in H0i An, and both of us fell completely in love. To get there, you fly into Denang, and then drive 45-minutes to an hour from the airport. You can experience the city in a day or a week, depending on how much time you want to spend at the beach and how many dresses you want to have made, but it’s definitely worth a visit — I …

Best Chocolate Shops in the World – and Sweet Lodgings for Chocolate Lovers

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

The best chocolate shops in the world are in the cities you expect to find them – Barcelona, Vienna and Paris. This is our guide to the finest chocolate makers and chocolate houses in three of our favourite European cities –  and our tips for...

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From Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai by Motorbike

From Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai by Motorbike

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

Something that had been on my bucket list for some time was to do a motorbike trip across the gorgeous backdrop of South East Asia. Last October while my sister was visiting I had the chance to check this off my list as we did a motorbike trip through the mountains of northern Thailand and it was amazing!

DeVonn Francis Is Bringing Jamaican Flavors to NYC's Queer Food Revolution

DeVonn Francis Is Bringing Jamaican Flavors to NYC's Queer Food Revolution

by Elazar Sontag @ Munchies

“The intentions you put into a dish, what kind of olive oil you're using or what kind of salt you want to finish a dish with––that same attention should be given to people."

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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Gwangjang Market: South Korea’s Oldest Market is Filled with Incredible Food

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

I’ll admit, I’m a little confused about Korea’s market scene. Gwangjang Market (광장시장) is located in what I believe is the oldest market building in Korea. It opened in 1905, when it was called Dongdaemun Market, which was the name of an older market that was destroyed in the Korean War and rebuilt in 1959. [...]

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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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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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I Survived Machu Picchu (Part 1)

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

Let’s get one thing clear: I am not an “outdoorsy” person. I recently had the realization that hiking is basically just walking uphill and looking at things, and after a particularly challenging climb in Bulgaria I decided it wasn’t my thing and vowed never to do it again. Then, all my friends decided they wanted to hike Machu Picchu. In fairness, when I first signed up for the trip I didn’t totally understand what I was getting into. An angelic girl in our program (s/o to Danielle) took care of literally all of the planning, and created a beautifully detailed spreadsheet and itinerary with all of the information we could ever possibly need. I didn’t read any of it, and blindly sent her a lump sum of cash that secured my spot in the group. I figured we were going to walk uphill for an hour or two, take a few pictures in front of the ruins and call it a day. If everyone else was doing it, how hard could it be? Spoiler alert: I should have read the spreadsheet.  Two days before we were set to leave for the trip, I checked the weather for Machu Picchu and discovered that […]

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Pumpkin soup

by Grace Nguyen @ Karma Waters

Print Pumpkin soup Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Serving Size: 2 People Ingredients 200g Pumpkin 50g Yellow Lentils 1 tbsp Olive Oil (optional) 1/2 tsp Salt (optional if you like salt-free dishes) 1/2 tsp Vegetable Stock Powder (or you can use your own Vegetable Stock liquid, if youContinue reading →

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Everything We Ate in South Korea

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

This is (almost) all the food we ate during our 2 weeks in South Korea. The absolute number one thing we were looking forward to in South Korea was the food. It did not disappoint. We were introduced to new dishes we had never had before, and some old dishes that we had eaten bastardized [...]

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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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JORDAN ADVENTURES – Deserts and World Wonders with WeRoad

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

🇮🇹VERSIONE ITALIANA A few weeks ago I finally got to visit a country that I had been dreaming of seeing for a very long time: Jordan! For this adventure I teamed up with WeRoad and within a few days from our meeting I was on a plane to Amman. The trip lasted only 10 days but […]

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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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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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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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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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Ultimate Guide to Shopping in Hoi An: Clothing, Jewelry, Art and more! - The Christina's Blog

Ultimate Guide to Shopping in Hoi An: Clothing, Jewelry, Art and more! - The Christina's Blog


The Christina's Blog

From tailoring to art, and jewelry to factory made clothes, this complete guide to shopping in Hoi An will answer all of your questions and more!

Vietnam must see- All you need to know

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

Vietnam must see doesn’t disappoint in regards to good community music, night markets, street games, and a lot more. Vietnam has a rich heritage and an abundance of ethnic diversity. It is also a great place for family vacations. It is known for its fine cuisine. Read more: Teaching English in Vietnam Vietnam must see […]

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Inform yourself: Responsible Tourism

Inform yourself: Responsible Tourism

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

Some of my favourite videos, websites and articles on responsible tourism that you can use to learn more about the topic.

Hoi An Cafes: Where To Find The Best Cafes, Coffee + Tea

Hoi An Cafes: Where To Find The Best Cafes, Coffee + Tea


Almost Landing

Hoi An has some delicious Vietnamese food, but it also has many delicious cafes, coffee shops and teahouses. Here are our favourite Hoi An Cafes...

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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My Favorite Bites from LuxeHome CHILL and Spain’s Great Match

My Favorite Bites from LuxeHome CHILL and Spain’s Great Match

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

Right before the holidays this year I had a chance to attend two tasty food events in the city, LuxeHome CHILL and Spain’s Great Match. As you know I’m not attending as many food events these days, but both of these had a super appealing list of wines and restaurant pairings that I wasn’t about to pass up. It also helped that Spain’s Great Match was occurring right before our travels to Spain and was the perfect event to get us ramped up for two weeks of Spanish wine and food.

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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NOTES FROM THE ROAD – A day in the life, what you definitely don’t see on IG!

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

ITA🇮🇹 Often people tell me “I want your life”, they say it because they look at the dreamy and etherial pictures I post on IG but we all know that life behind our instagram pic looks nothing like that. My life, in fact, It’s often a total mess and here is a taste of it! […]

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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.

EXPLORE THESE UNIQUE VIETNAMESE COFFEE SHOPS IN HOI AN

EXPLORE THESE UNIQUE VIETNAMESE COFFEE SHOPS IN HOI AN


I Love Hoi An Tour

In Hoi An, you will be amazed of many authentic coffee shops. Check out these special Vietnamese coffee shops which you can only find in Hoi An.

Hoi An Gourmet Experience - Hoi An food tour

Hoi An Gourmet Experience - Hoi An food tour


tour in Danang

For gourmet travelers to Hoi An, local food is an exceptional experience, this tour get you to sample some of the best Hoi An street food for your gourmet

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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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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2 Weeks in India: An Itinerary for Rajasthan

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

Even if you only have 2 weeks in India, it’s possible to pack in a lot when you narrow your trip to one state. India was always one of those places at the back of my mind, often in my thoughts as a faraway land that I dreamed of going to one day. The truth […]

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Experience Da Lat to the Fullest!

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

There are many names that the Vietnamese people use to refer to Da Lat: The City of a Thousand Flowers, Dreamy City, Sad City, The Land of Love, The Land of Cherry Blossoms, Little Paris etc. Da Lat has always been depicted in literature, paintings and pictures, wandering about in contemporary arts and travelers’ hearts. […]

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Ragu alla Bolognese Recipe – How to Make a Traditional Bolognese Sauce

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This Ragu alla Bolognese recipe is based on the traditional recipe for this classic meat sauce from Bologna, Italy, used for both pasta and lasagne. Follow my exacting ingredient list and cooking directions and the result will be a perfect ragù alla Bolognese. This Ragu...

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What Cheese Can Tell Us About Class in America

What Cheese Can Tell Us About Class in America

by Soleil Ho and Erica Carson @ Munchies

It's more complicated than you might think.

So many Reasons for going to Vietnam during Vietnam rainy season

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

Top Reasons for going to Vietnam during Vietnam rainy season There are so many reasons for going to Vietnam in Vietnam rainy season . The majority of people who go on holiday to Vietnam have the wrong idea that if they go during the rainy months they won’t have a good time. This is mainly […]

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Longquan Peach Blossom Festival // This is Chengdu, China

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

If there’s an art to attending a Chinese festival, I’m the dumb kid who eats the paint. Give me some time and I’ll be linking to a How To Successfully Attend a Festival in China article right here. But for now, I’ll admit that my attendance at the Longquan Peach Blossom Festival was a short-lived [...]

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The Best Things I Ate at Chicago Gourmet

The Best Things I Ate at Chicago Gourmet

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

This post is a bit delayed but I did want to share some of the amazing things I ate this year at Chicago’s biggest food event of the year, Chicago Gourmet. For the 10th anniversary Bon Appetit really went all out with 10 total food events over Chicago Gourmet week including a Farm to Table dinner on the 606 with a meal cooked by Chicago celebrity chef Chef Rick Bayless.

This indulgent event also gives back, during Chicago Gourmet an online auction is hosted by The Illinois Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and 100% of the proceeds from the online auction and raffles go towards providing scholarships for aspiring chefs and hospitality professionals.

The highlight every year for me though is the amazing gourmet pavilions. This year there were 12 pavilions all running simultaneously which made picking and choose which ones to stand in line for a hard decision. On top of that, many restaurant groups also had their own tents and were serving favorite menu items there as well.

So without further ado feast your eyes on my favorite Chicago Gourmet dishes this year!

Peruvian Chicken - Tanta

Had such an amazing time participating in the 10th Annual @chicago_gourmet! Until next year! 🙌🇵🇪 - #tantachicago #anticucho #eatperuvian #chicagogourmet #millenniumpark #indiansummer #chicago

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Honey Butter Fried Chicken - Honey Butter Fried Chicken

This chicken told me it was ready for its close-up! Finally tried @honeybutterchi for the first time this weekend at @chicago_gourmet and now fried chicken will never be the same! One of my favorite bites of the whole fest!

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Butter Cake - Mastro's Steakhouse

Butter up your Monday plans. #ButterCake #Mastros #TheBest #Dessert #Yum

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Smoked Salmon Rillettes and Homemade Salt & Vinegar Chips - Roanoke

This afternoon we got to join the best of the best in Chicago at @chicago_gourmet. We are so happy to be a part of the food scene here in #chicago! #chigourmet #eeeeeats #eater #eaterchicago

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Habanero Malt Swiss Meringue Lime Custard - Barrio

Day 2 at Chicago Gourmet? Feel the smoke and experience the heat of the habanero custard paired with the flavors of @stellaartois - #ChicagoGourmet #Stellaartois #Sponsored

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Buffalo Chicken Waffle Cone - Brickhouse Tavern

We have all of your @Cubs pregame necessities at #BrickhouseTavernChi! 🐻⚾ . . . #brickhousetavernchi #gocubsgo #flythew #sportsbar #4cbars #eats #chicagobars #chicagofoodanddrink #alwayshungrychi #chicityfoodie #sports #chicagofoodauthority #chicago #chicagogram #instagram #instachicago #infatuation #infatuationchi #eaterchicago #eeeeeats #draaaaanks #cocktail #foodie #wrigleyville #foodie #wrigley #chigram #heyhey

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Chicago Mix Donuts - Stan's Donuts and Coffee

It's what's on the inside that counts 📷: @312food

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Chicago Gourmet provided me with a complimentary pass but all thoughts are my own.

7th anniversary of the recognition of Cham island, Hội An–unesco world biosphere reserve ( 26/5/2009 – 2016 )

by admin @ Hoi An Tourism – Every travel tips you need about Hoi An

Time Activity Place May 24 13:30 – 17:00 – Talk show “The role of youth in biodiversity conversation and environment protection” – Clean up Cửa Đại river and Cửa Đại beach – Cửa Đại dock. – Cửa Đại ward. May … Continue reading

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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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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The 5-Product Makeup Routine That Got Me Through A Year Of Travel

by Zo @ Let's Just Zo

As a full-time traveler, my beauty routine has become, shall we say, minimalist. I wash my hair every few days, treat my skin with a cleanser and a moisturizer and mayyyyyyybe throw a serum on there every once in a while, and let my nails run wild.  It’s definitely not the best I’ve ever looked, but whatever — I have other things to do/see aside from a beauty routine, and the 30 pounds of products that came with me to Asia are long, long gone. Despite my laissez-faire attitude toward self care these days (don’t worry… all will return to normal when I go back to NYC and can find someone who can give me a mani/pedi in fewer than 5 hours), I still like to at least look presentable, so I’ve been really good about putting together a quick and easy makeup routine that keeps my year-long tan looking glow-y and is minimal enough to fit in the mini H+M makeup bag that lives at the bottom of my tote. I’ve had to replace some of the actual products over the course of the last year, but here are the #rideordie makeup bb’s that have carried me through 12+ countries and kept me […]

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Giving back in... Bangkok

Giving back in... Bangkok

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

Tips about how you can give back and support the local community while in Bangkok.

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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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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Chicken Shawarma Quinoa Bowls

Chicken Shawarma Quinoa Bowls

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

This easy weeknight meal is a great healthy alternative to Mediterranean takeout that still boasts the bold flavors of grilled chicken shawarma with fresh veggies, creamy hummus and flavorful quinoa.

How To Get The Most Out Of A Premium WordPress Theme

by hoian @ Hoi An Roastery

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Following the King’s Highway in Jordan with Kids

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Amman, the capital city of Jordan, was our entry point into the country. Having arrived into Amman in the middle of the night we had to wait until the last day of our trip to explore the city. After too short a sleep, we set off along the King’s Highway in Jordan, en-route to Petra. Luckily...

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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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Guilt-Free Elotes

Guilt-Free Elotes

by Stephanie Levinson @ Dash of Adventure

Elotes are one of my favorite Mexican side dishes and the perfect way to use up a bunch of corn on the cob. The first time I had the dish was several years ago on a trip to Mexico during a beach BBQ that our resort threw for dinner one night. Sweet, savory and a little bit spicy, I couldn't believe I'd never had this magical combination before. Usually prepared with mayonnaise and cotija cheese, it isn't the healthiest dish, so I set out to find a way to make this a guilt-free side dish in our regular weeknight meal rotation. The recipe serves four but is easily scaled up or down for a couple or a crowd.

Ingredients:

  • 4 ears of corn
  • 1 cup of Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup of grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1/4 cup of cilantro
  • 1/2 cup diced red onion
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

Directions:

  1. Shuck the corn by removing the husk and all corn hairs
  2. Grill corn on medium heat for 15 minutes, rotating occasionally to cook all sides
  3. Dice up half a medium red onion (half-cup) and chop up cilantro
  4. Place corn, one ear at a time, in a bowl and shave off kernels with knife
  5. Add all ingredients to bowl with the corn
  6. Stir and serve!

Embarking On A Hoi An Food Tour With Vespa Adventures

Embarking On A Hoi An Food Tour With Vespa Adventures


Departful

The Hoi An food scene is incredible, and touring the streets of this small town with Vespa Adventures you'll discover the many delicious local dishes.

Giving back in .... Phnom Penh

Giving back in .... Phnom Penh

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

How to give back and support social businesses in Phnom Penh when you do not have time to volunteer!

The Green Bamboo Boys Shelter

The Green Bamboo Boys Shelter

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

Reposting this post because GBS is currently in the midst of fundraising drive in order to stay open! Please consider making a donation if you can! I have worked with the Green Bamboo Boys Shelter in Vietnam for four years and it is an amazing organization that does great work for disadvantaged boys in Saigon. 

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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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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Setting Sail in Halong Bay, Vietnam with Aphrodite Cruises

by Trisna @ Suma – Explore Asia

It’s easy to see why Halong Bay is a favourite amongst visitors to Vietnam. Its dramatic limestone cliffs jutting from emerald green waters and...

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Mercure Kooddoo Maldives Opens

by Suma Lifestyle @ Suma – Explore Asia

Mercure Maldives Kooddoo has opened its doors on 20 August 2017 in Gaafu Alifu Atoll. boasts 68 stylish and well-appointed villas comprising of 43 Over...

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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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Exploring Quebec: Finding France in Canada

by Katie Roberts @ Expat Living Singapore

Experience being almost French!

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DOES INSTAGRAM CAUSE DEPRESSION? On fakeness, ego and the distortion of reality

by SaraMelotti @ Behind The Quest

VERSIONE ITALIANA🇮🇹 Is instagram becoming dangerous for our health? This question has been humming in my head for a at least a year. And though I’ve talked about it a million times before I though it was time to write it all down since it looks like something might be finally moving. More and more studies […]

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How many children should you have?

by Verne Maree @ Expat Living Singapore

Is there an ideal family size?

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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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Japanese Food in Tokyo – Motsuyaki, Yakitori and Yakiniku are What You Need to Eat

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Japanese food in Tokyo for most culinary travellers means sushi, soba, tempura, and ramen – fish, seafood and noodles – but when I fantasise about eating Japanese food in Tokyo, unlike Jiro I’m not dreaming of sushi. I’m thinking grilling and barbecue. While Jiro dreams...

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Coast Vietnam: The Independent Hoi An Travel Guide

Coast Vietnam: The Independent Hoi An Travel Guide


Coast Vietnam: The Independent Hoi An Travel Guide

Where to stay, eat, shop and flop: The savvy travellers independent Hoi An City guide and monthly shortcut to what's hot in Vietnam's central coast

Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara Opens

by Suma Lifestyle @ Suma – Explore Asia

Malaysia’s first Sofitel has opened its doors in the heart of the affluent Damansara Heights. The 312-room Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara is part of an 8.5-acre integrated...

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9 Maldives Resorts Accessible by Speedboat

by Elaine @ Suma – Explore Asia

The majority of Maldives resorts are located on their own private islands which means you need to access them by speedboat or air transfer...

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Top 7 Hoi An gifts to buy - Hoi An Food Tour

Top 7 Hoi An gifts to buy - Hoi An Food Tour


Hoi An Food Tour

If you are looking for gifts for your loved one, our Top 7 Hoi An gifts to buy will give you some ideas:

Discover: Bergen

by @ Wikitravel

The Norwegian city of Bergen is famously rainy, but the locals say there's no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.

BOSGAURUS – “Keeping Hope Awake”

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

BOSGAURUS Saigon Pearl 92 Nguyễn Hữu Cảnh Q. Bình Thạnh +84 901426877 **************************** So, it might seem that Eating Saigon!, in addition to revealing some of the best street food eating adventures in Saigon, devotes an inordinate amount of time and space discussing coffee and cafes. But, there’s a very good reason – “When in [Read on ...]

10 Hip and Happening Places to Eat and Drink in Penang

by Whitney @ Suma – Explore Asia

Situated just off of Malaysia’s northwest coast, the island-state of Penang is known for its rich multicultural history, resort-filled beaches, and legendary street food....

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Discover: Saudi Arabia

by @ Wikitravel

Don't look for nightlife in Saudi Arabia: alcohol, dancing, movies and mingling with the opposite sex are all prohibited.

Visiting the Dead Sea With Children

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Floating in the Dead Sea was high on our bucket list. As the lowest point on earth and the second saltiest body of water in the world (the first being Lake Assal in Djibouti) it was a place we were keen to explore. But what would it be like visiting the Dead Sea with children?...

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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 [...]

Dining In The Dark In Saigon

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

The city of Saigon on any day is a heady onslaught on all of your senses with its chaotic traffic, tooting horns, street food stalls, neon lights and general excitement around every corner. So to find a dark and silent sanctuary in the centre of this heaving city is heaven to the senses. Down a […]

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A 10 Day Jordan Itinerary with Kids

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Jordan is a major tourist destination in the Middle East and, indeed, the world. It is well known for the ancient city of Petra and the Dead Sea but ancient ruins, desert landscapes and snorkelling are all additional delights that await you in Jordan. Having visited in October 2017, here is our 10 day Jordan...

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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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Hoi An Roastery - Espresso & Coffee House

Hoi An Roastery - Espresso & Coffee House


Hoi An Roastery

At the Hoi An Roastery coffee is our passion, that we share in our 6 locations in the Old Town of Hoi An, Vietnam. Farm to Cup, roasting our own beans

5 Great Tourist Attractions in Maldives

by Guest Writers @ Suma – Explore Asia

Spend your holiday vacation in the scenic island nation of Maldives, the smallest country in Asia. The Maldives Islands makes up for its small...

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Top 10 Best Bangkok Thai Food Restaurants within your budget

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Bangkok – the largest tourist attraction in Thailand – has many different fascinating places to visit. Bangkok’s diversity in cuisine is nearly unparalleled. Offers vary from Asian food like Chinese and Indian, to even European food such as Italian and French. However, once you have arrive at this city, you won’t be satisfied until you […]

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CƠM TẤM 43 – Old Saigon Charm

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

CƠM TẤM 43 43 Nguyễn Văn Lạc Bình Thạnh District 0120 855 0155 *********************** A simple, classic Saigon street eatery – that’s what Hai and I were looking for this morning as we left our apartment beside “our” canal (the Thi Nghe Canal in Bình Thạnh District). And happily, we quickly found it … Cơm Tấm 43 [Read on ...]

Do-It-Yourself Walking Tour of Dalat, Vietnam – A Perfect Day in Dalat

by IFOTC @ Itchy Feet on the Cheap

Signup for my weekly newsletter The first time I took Chopper Suey (my Chinese-made American cruiser bike) on a road trip, was to the sexy hills of Dalat. As we pulled into town, surrounded by pines and fresh cool air, I knew I was going to love the place. Formerly a retreat town for the [...]

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Wrap Up: March 2018

Wrap Up: March 2018

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

On one hand, March went by in a slow and methodical way. March always feels extra long coming after February and I packed so much into this month, it’s hard to believe that it has only been four weeks. On the other hand, IT’S APRIL!! The 4th month of the year already. There were a […]

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Durban artist, Jade Aux releases EP, Petrichor

by Emma Smith @ More Than Food Magazine

Imagine for a moment wide open fields of wild grass, brightly coloured flowers, the way the sun shines through the tops of trees to create that dappled light effect on your skin, the juice that slowly drips from a piece of fresh fruit as you bite into it and rolls down your fingers to your […]

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Cambodia Wildlife Experiences – Where to Enjoy Ethical Animal Encounters

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Cambodia wildlife experiences include everything from spending time with rescued sun bears and moon bears at the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre near Phnom Penh to volunteering at the Elephant Valley Project in the Mondulkiri jungle. Cambodia wildlife experiences don’t get the attention they deserve....

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Top 7 local coffee shops in Hoi An

Top 7 local coffee shops in Hoi An


Hoi An Food Tour

Top 7 local coffee shops in Hoi An - It is no coincidence that you see a lot of coffee shops along many streets in Hoi An. Hoi An people love drinking...

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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Matzo Ball Pho Is The Most LA Dish of All Time

Matzo Ball Pho Is The Most LA Dish of All Time

by Natalie B. Compton @ Munchies

“Every culture has a chicken soup,” says chef Phuong Tran. "It just made sense to incorporate matzo and chicken noodle soup."

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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Snorkeling at Koh Samet

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

Snorkeling at Koh Samet Snorkeling is one activity that lovers of the sea enjoy doing in Thailand. Koh Samet, Rayong, Thailand will leave you with such vivid memories that you will always want to come back. Snorkeling at Koh Samet in Thailand is a fantastic adventure of life opportunity of mixing with different water species. […]

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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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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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Hoi An Food Tour (Part 1)

Hoi An Food Tour (Part 1)


Eating Saigon!

Hoi An Food Tour (Part 1) Ancient Town in Hoi An is stunning.  It is easy to appreciate why UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site, as one of Southeast Asia’s premier historical trading por…

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.

World Wildlife Day – A Day to Reflect Upon the Value of the World’s Wildlife

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

World Wildlife Day is a global observance day designated by the UN as a day dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants on the brink of extinction. This year’s theme is Big Cats: Predators Under Threat but all the...

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There’ll Soon Be a Mini Venice in Dubai

by Suma Lifestyle @ Suma – Explore Asia

Everything you love about Venice is coming to Dubai. Set to be complete in 2020, a newly announced floating Venice project will bring Venetian...

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What makes Thai Food popular?

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

What Makes Thai Food Popular? Thai cuisine or Thai Food is one of the most celebrated cuisines in the world because of its taste and nutritious value. What makes Thai Food popular? Thai food became popular after World War II when Thailand become a favorite international tourist destination site for Americans and Brits. Its unique […]

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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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Girls Getaway: A Weekend in Mendocino, California

by Mimi McFadden @ The Atlas Heart

What you need to know to plan your own weekend in Mendocino – the perfect hideaway on the northern California coast! What do you think of when you hear the words ‘California road trip’? Perhaps it’s grand coastal views, world famous beaches, a day of cruising down Hwy 1 in a convertible with good company […]

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Where-to-shop-in-Hoi-An - Food and Travel Vietnam

Where-to-shop-in-Hoi-An - Food and Travel Vietnam


Food and Travel Vietnam

Where to shop in Hoi An

Account Creation, Standalone Mobile Websites, And Dealing With Non-UX Designers

by hoian @ Hoi An Roastery

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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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All you need to know about Hoi An weather, tourism, hotels, food

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

Hoi An, the mystical, historical town found in central Vietnam, whether it is day or night, Hoi An tourism has so many charms that can be explored and experienced. But before taking the Hoi An itinerary, you need to know about Hoi An weather first. All you need to know about Hoi An weather, tourism, […]

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My top 10 favourite boutique hotels in SE Asia

My top 10 favourite boutique hotels in SE Asia

by Jessica Schmit @ Blog - The Watchful Wanderer

I love hotels, in fact I often browse agoda or air bnb simply to find new and interesting places to stay! These are some of the best that I have stayed at so far. 

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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Dhevanafushi Maldives Luxury Resort Joins AccorHotels

by Suma Lifestyle @ Suma – Explore Asia

Set on the private island of Meradhoo surrounded by natural splendour, Dhevanafushi Maldives Luxury Resort, Managed by AccorHotels presently boasts 21 island villas and...

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Cambodia So Much More Than Temples

by amizuchan @ Wide Eyed Tours

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Bali’s Best Resorts and Kids Clubs for the Tiniest Travellers

by Trisna @ Suma – Explore Asia

Parents rejoice, here are Bali’s best kids clubs and resorts that are sure to entertain even the tiniest of travellers. Each of these hotels offer great...

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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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The Basic Principles Of Planning A Trip To Vietnam- All you need to know

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

The Basic Principles of planning a trip to Vietnam There are some basic principles of planning a trip to Vietnam that you should now before embarking on your journey. Vaccinations and Visas Don’t forget to check what vaccinations you will need before planning a trip to Vietnam. This is especially true if you are visiting rural Vietnam […]

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Exploring Northwest-best places to visit in Vietnam: the Wonders and the Experiences

by Food and Travel Vietnam @ Food and Travel Vietnam

Exploring Northwest Vietnam-best places to visit in Vietnam The northwest of Vietnam is a popular destination for international travellers. This is a region where stunning scenery takes your breath away, hill tribes still today live out their very traditional cultures, history comes alive and the unknown can be explored. When exploring Northwest Vietnam- one of […]

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Discover: Graz

by @ Wikitravel

UPC Arena in Graz, Austria was renamed in 1997 to honor native son Arnold Schwarzenegger, but the old name was restored in 2005 over the governor's support of the death penalty.

Exploring the Roman City of Jerash with Kids

by Nicky @ Go Live Young

Often referred to as the ‘Pompeii of Asia’, the ruins at Jerash are one of Jordan’s many attractions. They are one of the Middle East’s best examples of a Roman provincial city, known at that time as Gerasa. Remarkably well preserved through the centuries by the dry desert air and being buried in the sand,...

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Discover: Clipperton Island

by @ Wikitravel

If you somehow find yourself visiting Clipperton Island and lack things to do (understandably), try running around the island and timing yourself; the record circumnavigation time is one hour and 17 minutes.

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