Culture, Mountains, Adventure - Here’s your ultimate itinerary on how to spend 2 incredible weeks in Northern Thailand, from Bangkok over Chiang Mai & much much more!
Better plan ahead for extra baggage during your next flight, you're going to need it. If you're set on just window shopping, you might just change your mind especially with all these bargain prices. There is something to be found for everyone!
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!
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!
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.
With so many things to do and see in Chiang Mai, a day trip out of the city should definitely be on your list too! Simply organise and take it on your own so you have ultimate flexibility as you can stop anywhere interesting that catches your eye. Get on that scooter, Tuk Tuk or Songthaew and simply go!
If you are a cat person like me you probably already went a little crazy when you read the title. Today, Chiang Mai has one of the coolest cat cafés in all of Thailand, which you should definitely check out!
I feel the Marina Bay Sands is one of the most impressive superlatives Singapore has on offer. Everyone visiting the city will get to see it for sure and you might even get lucky and stay here and experience it from the very top. Absolutely mind-blowing views!
For someone travelling to Asia for the very first time, Singapore is a perfect choice to get a taste of Asia without being swallowed by its daily craziness. Living in Singapore is incredible, and even visiting this place again and again always provides some new things to do, see and eat and that's just one of the reasons why I love this place.