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New Zealand: Our 6-Weeks Road Trip Itinerary on South Island

The best way to tour around New Zealand is having your own transportation (even motorbike or bicycle works!). After 2-months on South Island, I still don’t think it’s enough to explore all! This road trip itinerary may not be the “ideal” or “perfect” but it brings you to explore detours where most travellers might have […]

Queenstown: Fun Things To Do Without Running Out Of Funds

Crowned as “The Adventure Capital of the World”, Queenstown is mecca for those who love being outdoors and adrenaline pumping activities. Of course, undoubtedly, most activities come with a hefty price tag (almost all tours start from NZD150) which make it hard for the budget backpackers. The fortunate truth is, many of the best things […]

Pai: Guide To Exploring Lod Cave On Bamboo Raft

Lod Cave (or locally known as Tham Lod) is a mysteriously beautiful cave between Pai and Mae Hong Son that I highly recommend you to see it with your own eyes. It’s a surreal place with aesthetic limestone stalactite and stalagmite formations, ancient coffins and an underground freshwater stream which runs through the middle of the […]

Bangkok: 5 Do-It-Yourself Day Trips Out of the City

Bangkok is one of the the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia with its chaotic streets and crazy nightlife. Having visited this bustling city several times with all the eat-and-shop-till-you-drop experiences, I’ve decided to explore a little out of the city this round. In this post, I am going to share 5 day trips you […]

Hua Shan: Conquering One of the Most Dangerous Hike in the World

You have probably seen photos of tourists hanging off the side of a stunning mountain. Or walking across a few thin planks bolted into a mountainside, their faces animated with adrenaline or fear. If you’re in Xi’an for the famous Terracotta Warriors, why not take a day-trip to Huayin (45-minutes from Xi’an by train). Here lies Hua Shan, also known […]

Leshan: Visiting The Largest Stone Buddha In The World

“The Mountain is a Buddha and the Buddha is a Mountain” Sitting in the confluence of Ming River, Qingyi River and Dadu River, Leshan is a city of Sichuan well-known for its natural landscape and Buddha scenic spots. There are two main attractions: Leshan Great Buddha and Mount Emei. Unfortunately, I only have time to […]

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