If you don't like to be a tourist but a traveller, who walks down small streets where only local faces greet you, then here is a glimpse to a side of Ubud that few travellers get to see and you will love these things to do which are just waiting to be discovered.
Welcome to the whistle-stop tour of Northern Thailand. If you only have one week to spend exploring the beautiful northern part of Thailand, then this is a great itinerary for you to take in most of the sights, sounds and smells.
Canggu is slowly becoming popular by digital nomads seeking a life closer to the beach and surfable waves. It's especially popular among expats which is visible with modern villas popping up between the lush green rice fields, great cafés and the proximity to many attractions around the island, including next door Seminyak.
Myanmar has certainly kept some random characteristics you will sooner or later encounter when travelling to this fascinating place with its friendly and welcoming people. Go and see the best of Myanmar now, before it's too late!
Are you ready to tap into an extraordinary country with charming, welcoming people and golden pagodas scattered all across where life is still simple and Starbucks is still unknown. Mingalaba! Hello and welcome to Myanmar!
Did you know? Lloret de Mar actually thrives in thousand-year old history even though the town is today rather well-know for a summer party destination and especially popular with young package tourists. Come in spring before the high season and enjoy the comfortable Mediterranean climate that is perfect to explore the town and region without the sweating masses.
Once a small fishing community framed by white sandy beaches, coral reefs and palm trees, Koh Samui is now one of Thailands most touristy islands boasting with luxury hotels, posh spas and a vivid nightlife. Here's the complete guide to all that the island has to offer for independent travellers and digital nomads.