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Since there is so much to see and do in Amsterdam, I have tried to bring you the best experiences to check out in this 4-day itinerary to Amsterdam as I have just visited the capital of the Netherlands for a weekend getaway and stalked all the ins and outs of this place.
To locals known as "The Valley", the Fortitude Valley in Brisbane was one of Australia's first entertainment districts and still remains a hotspot for up and coming artists and musicians and a party hotspot.
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.
Short on Time? Here is my essential 48-Hour Travel Guide to Brisbane, Australia. Anything and everything you should see if you only have two days in the city, plus where to eat, stay and relax.
The food is amazing, the markets big and colourful and the surrounding boasts with incredible nature. Come to the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai for a few days, immerse yourself in the city, food and speak to locals and just fall in love with this place!
Once a sleepy market town, Pai was a secret hotspot for travellers to the north of Thailand for a long time. It now thrives increasingly on tourism and is especially famous for its relaxed atmosphere and bohemian lifestyle.
Bangkok, a city of 6 million people, with sparkling temples and streets always filled with people, every night of the week there are markets, street food on every corner, and there is truly so much to explore! Here are 6 sights you definitely cannot miss.
Dubbed as Europe’s San Francisco and the next Berlin, with a growing tech scene but retaining its local spirit, the budget friendly Portugal capital has been drawing more and more tech professionals over the past few years. Lisbon is highly promising for digital nomads!