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The Vegetarian’s Guide to Chiang Mai

My first adventure to Thailand started with a warning. A well-intentioned one, no doubt, but one that was shared with me defiantly, assuredly, and most of all – repeatedly. It came... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 15-10-16


On a Bike Through an Indonesian Kampong

On a bike through an Indonesian Kampong Indonesia is a fascinating country. The collection of islands close to the equator has everything from beaches, volcanoes, rain forest, legends and smiling people... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 12-10-16


Four Things To Do And See In Ubud-Bali, Indonesia

This post will take you straight to the cannot miss cultural treasures and famous landscapes found all around the island of Ubud-Bali in Indonesia. There are innumerable temples, historical sites, and spots of... Read More

Travel Post by My Beautiful Adventures on the 10-10-16


7 Ways to Make the Best of Flores Island

Flores Island is Indonesia’s next big thing Flores Island is emerging as one of the most fascinating islands in Indonesia. Rightfully so. Here you can swim in pristine lakes, dive at... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 07-10-16


Ultimate Guide To Chiang Mai’s 10 Most Exceptional Markets

Anyone who has ever planned a visit to Chiang Mai has, most likely, come across the recommendation to experience one of the massive and remarkable markets. Whether doing research online or... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 04-10-16


Into Hell’s Fire by Douglas Cavanaugh

This fictional account is an intense war story and often reads like reality. The book follows Lucas Martin, an experienced war time veteran and retired agent of the US government. He... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 30-09-16


Things to do in Kanchanaburi; A Complete Guide!

When you make it to Thailand, undoubtedly you’ll fly into Bangkok, maybe spend a couple of days visiting a Temple or two, eating Pad Thai on Khao San Road and getting... Read More

Travel Post by One Step 4ward on the 23-09-16


The Great Myanmar Train Travel Adventure

Taking the Myanmar train was one of those things that we just had to do. Prior to arriving to the country we heard from fellow travellers about how great and adventurous these... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 17-09-16


#CityAdventures: How to Shop Like a Pro in Bangkok

This is how you “shop ’til you drop” in Bangkok When planning a trip to Bangkok, you have to remember to leave plenty of room in your suitcase. Why? You’ll know... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 09-09-16


Embarrassing Stories from my Travels

This weekend I played tourist in my hometown and took the Metro to the Olympic Stadium for First Fridays, a massive food truck gathering on the first Friday of each summer... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 05-09-16


Experience a Bit of China in Bintan: Senggarang Chinese Village

An afternoon in an Indonesian-Chinese Storybook Indonesia is a wonderfully diverse country. That might even be an understatement. The world’s largest archipelago country has hundreds of distinctive native ethnic groups, the... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 05-09-16


Cool things to do in Penang in Malaysia

Have you ever heard about Penang in Malaysia? It’s a state of Malaysia located on the northwest coast, by the Strait of Malacca. It comprises two parts – Penang Island, where... Read More

Travel Post by Unboxing Traveller on the 04-09-16


48 hours of street food and adventure in Bangkok

Bangkok is a crazy city! It is the capital city of Thailand where over 14 million people (22.2 percent) live. You can find everything there: adventure in Bangkok, street food, fun... Read More

Travel Post by Unboxing Traveller on the 25-08-16


Nostalgic street art in George Town

George Town is the capital of the state of Penang in northern Malaysia and is one of the country’s main tourist draws. With its gorgeous architecture, atmospheric streets and mouthwatering food,... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 24-08-16


5 things to do in Bandar Sunway, Malaysia

Bandar Sunway, or the “higher education hub”, is a bustling Malaysian city known for its food and many attractions. Located just under twenty kilometers from Kuala Lumpur, Bandar Sunway, has grown... Read More

Travel Post by Smiling Faces Travel Photos on the 10-08-16


How to spend your holidays in Sabah Borneo?

It was my childhood dream to visit the third-largest island in the world called Borneo. The reason was that I’ve heard a lot about wild life and beautiful nature there. It... Read More

Travel Post by Unboxing Traveller on the 20-07-16


What Being an Expat Taught Me About Life

What Being an Expat Taught Me About Life   (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The photos flood my Facebook feed. They’ve been doing it for ages now, thanks to all the different ways... Read More

Travel Post by D Travels round on the 13-07-16


Eight Reasons to Visit Java

The most many visitors to Indonesia see of Java is Jakarta airport. But, while Indonesia’s gridlocked capital is a tough city to love, and hectic traffic makes this populous island tough... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 29-06-16


Betawi Food at Warung Mak Dower (WARNING: Stink Beans & Jengkol)

Jakarta is a melting pot of Indonesian cuisine from around the country. But one of the regional cuisines that seems... The post Betawi Food at Warung Mak Dower (WARNING: Stink... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 26-06-16


Getting Invisalign in Bangkok; My Invisalign Journey

treatment by a week each time your forget! So you have to be disciplined!I’ve hated my teeth for more than 15 years, I was too stubborn as a kid to listen... Read More

Travel Post by One Step 4ward on the 25-05-16


Indonesian Food: 50 of the Best Dishes You Should Eat

Why is Indonesian food so delicious? As I was about to dig into a plate of Nasi Padang, a nice... The post Indonesian Food: 50 of the Best Dishes You... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 22-05-16


Pooping Your Pants on the Road

Want to know what the biggest bonding topic on the backpacker trail is? Do you really? I don’t know if you can handle it…. Oh fine, it’s poop. Stop blushing. Everyone does it.... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 16-05-16


Have You Been to Indonesia Yet? You Should!

Why Indonesia Should be Your Next Holiday Destination Indonesia is still a mysterious place to me. Understandably so, I’ve only seen a small part of this diverse country. Only 9 islands... Read More

Travel Post by Runaway Juno on the 16-05-16


Amazing Nasi Padang in Jakarta at Rumah Makan Surya

The first time you eat Nasi Padang, especially if you love powerful spices and flavors, will be an incredibly memorable... The post Amazing Nasi Padang in Jakarta at Rumah Makan... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 15-05-16


Buying a Condo in Thailand; Mortgage Free in My 20s

“Mortgage free in my 20s, my property has almost doubled in value, and no matter what happens, I’ll always have a roof over my head…” Leaving Ireland for good at 22 and... Read More

Travel Post by One Step 4ward on the 09-05-16


Soto Betawi: An Indonesian Dish You Have to Eat in Jakarta

Jakarta is a city packed with delicious food. And one of the best things about visiting Jakarta is that there’s a... The post Soto Betawi: An Indonesian Dish You Have to... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 08-05-16


What Is It Like to Teach Abroad at an International School in Thailand?

This exciting article is from Teaching Traveling! If you see it on any website besides www.TeachingTraveling.com or any RSS feed besides the one from www.TeachingTraveling.com it has been stolen without permission. ... Read More

Travel Post by Teaching Traveling on the 04-05-16


The Best Dive Sites in the Gulf of Thailand

Whale Shark (photo: Big Blue Diving) While some argue Thailand’s finest diving is found around the Andaman Sea (West Coast), I beg to differ for a moment. Phuket and Krabi can get... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 02-05-16


Midnight in the Garden of Good

Midnight in the Garden of Good // (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); // ]]> There’s a cacophony of crickets, frogs and dogs barking that wake me before my friend, Jodi, does. Laying... Read More

Travel Post by D Travels round on the 12-04-16


How to Enjoy Vietnam as a First-Time Traveller

Vietnam isn’t the easiest destination to visit at first blush. But my friend Barbara Adam, who’s just released her guide to Vietnam, Vietnam: 100 Unusual Travel Tips, volunteered these ten tips... Read More

Travel Post by EscapeArtistes on the 05-04-16