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Sri Lanka: Our One-Month Backpacking Itinerary and Budget Breakdown

Sri Lanka is truly a fascinating country with breathtaking tea plantations, gorgeous beaches, friendly locals and mouth-watering food. We spent slightly more than 4-weeks here and found it to be a perfectly feasible budget destination, with cheap transportation options, reasonable food costs, and decent room rates. This country has so much to offer; even after […]

Central Highlands: Our favourite things to do in Ella and Nuwara Eliya

Central Highlands in Sri Lanka is a laid-back region surrounded by the beautiful greens of tea leaves. Out of all the amazing destinations we have visited in Sri Lanka, nowhere can compare with Central Highlands. The train ride alone is one of the most stunning train journeys we have undertaken, with comfortable cool climate all […]

Kandy to Ella – One of the World’s Most Scenic Train Rides

Travelling in trains is both a beautiful and affordable way to see the Sri Lanka. The train trip from Ella to Kandy, or the reversed way, is undoubtedly one of the most magnificent train rides in the world. This train ride is 7-hours long and takes you through lush green jungle, stunning landscapes of terraced […]

Madame Tussauds Singapore: 4 Experiences in 1 Attraction

Taking over Images of Singapore in 2014, Madame Tussauds Singapore features more than 60 wax figures of both local celebrities and international stars. This museum is also the first Madame Tussauds attraction, out of the 24 around the world, to have a boat ride housed within its premises. Images of Singapore LIVE Images of Singapore […]

Snoopy’s World: Hong Kong’s Free Theme Park

Snoopy’s World (or sometimes also referred as Snoopyland) is the second Snoopy outdoor playground in the world. And the best of all: It is FREE admission!! Though the park has been there since 2000, it is not high on the “must-visit” list in Hong Kong like Disneyland or Ocean Park. Nevertheless, with less than 4,000 […]

Annapurna Circuit Trek: Our Day-to-Day Itinerary and Costs

The almost 300-kilometers Annapurna Circuit is challenging but rewarding trek. In 23-days, we trekked all the way from Besi Sahar to Landruck without a guide or porter or any tour agency. On average, we walked about 6-8 hours, crossing 4 different districts namely: Lamjung, Manang, Mustang and Myagdi, and experienced 4 different seasons covering a great […]

Annapurna Circuit: What You Need To Know To Trek Without A Guide

Trekking the Himalayas in Nepal can sound intimidating. Many think that it is an experience accessible only to seasoned trekkers or those who can afford to use expensive trekking companies. Well, with enough research and planning, you can absolutely trek in the Himalayas independently – and on a budget just like we did! The almost […]

Colmar Tropicale: Medieval French Village in Malaysia

Colmar Tropicale is a highland resort inspired by the 16th century village in Alsace region of France, famously known as one of the fairy-tale villages in Europe. Located 2,700-feet (more than 800-meters) above sea level in Berjaya Hills in Pahang, Colmar Tropicale is undoubtedly one of the popular attractions to visit in Malaysia. Adjacent to the […]

Vietnam: 7 Amusing Things To Do in Da Nang

Da Nang is Vietnam’s third largest city, after Hanoi and Saigon and the largest city of Central Vietnam. The city itself has neither the atmosphere of Hanoi nor the hustle-bustle of Saigon, but has its share of sights and is close to the ancient town of charming Hoi An and the imperial capital of Hue. Da Nang is probably one of those incredible backpacking destinations […]

Ba Na Hills: A French Village in Da Nang

Located 25 km southwest of Da Nang at an altitude of 1,487m, Ba Na Hills are considered as “One temperate place in the tropical forest” because the climate is cool all the year round and you can enjoy four seasons within a single day: spring in the morning, like summer by noon, autumn by the afternoon […]

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