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Khiva: Time Travel To The forgotten Silk Road

Khiva is far they said, but it’s so worth the effort to get there. And they couldn’t have been more right. Khiva is often missed out by travellers visiting Uzbekistan, mainly due to its long distance from either Bukhara or Tashkent. It’s understandable to disregard Khiva, considering once you have seen Samarkand and Bukhara, you may feel you have […]

Karakalpakstan – A Guide To The Aral Sea Ship Graveyard

Have you ever heard about the Republic of Karakalpakstan (or Qaraqalpaqstan)? No? Well, don’t worry, because most people don’t know about the existence of this theoretically autonomous northwestern end of Uzbekistan which is now poor and hungry for water. Truth is, most people don’t know much about Uzbekistan either. Read More: Useful Tips To Know Before […]

Useful Tips To Know Before Travelling to Uzbekistan

With its stretches of stunning architecture, rich culture and gorgeous landscapes marking the country’s importance along the ancient Silk Road, Uzbekistan offers travellers an unique adventure. As any Uzbekistan travel guide can confirm, Uzbekistan is the number one country to visit if you want to witness the spectacular marketplace buildings and mosques of the Silk […]

Highlights Of The Most Famous Bondi-Coogee Coastal Walk

Apart from the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, almost every travel guide puts Bondi-Coogee Coastal Walk as the highlight in Sydney as well. While it might sound like an overstatement, with tourists all over the world and even local Sydneysiders alike come to the east coast every day for this incredible seascapes. This is […]

Sydney: Instagrammable Places That Doesn’t Cost Anything

There is no doubt that Sydney can easily be mistaken as Australia’s capital due to its vibrancy and iconic attractions. From the distinguished Opera House to famous Bondi Beach to postcard-perfect city’s skyline and breathtaking national parks, Sydney can be overwhelming to do everything for a few days trip. Unfortunately, Sydney is said to be […]

A Guide To Backpacking Sydney On A Budget

It’s no secret that Australia is an expensive country, with Sydney being the most expensive of them all. While there are expenses that can be hefty, but don’t worry, there are still so many things to do in Sydney that are budget-friendly and fun. Part laid-back beach town and part glowing metropolis, there is something […]

9 Incredible Activities To Do At Gold Coast

Australia’s amusement park capital is a barrel of fun for all ages! From roller coaster rides to golden-sand surfing beaches to natural rainforest experiences and a whole raft of other attractions for everyone who visiting Gold Coast. Being a growing popular tourist destination from the mid-90s, it is not difficult to understand why just by […]

My Top 15 Favourite Food in Penang Which You Should Try Too!

Often referred to as the food capital of Malaysia, Penang is definitely home to some delicious dishes wonderfully mix of traditional Malay, Chinese and Indian favors. When it comes to the famous must-try food Penang, there is no shortage of quality options available. You will be hit with the smells and sounds of dozens of dishes […]

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 […]

Sri Lanka Beaches: A Guide From Coast to Coast

Palm trees and pastel skies. The Pearl of Indian Ocean has some of the most gorgeous beaches that promise to take your breath away. No matter what type of beach bum you are, you’ll find your little paradise here. After travelling from Central Highlands to Cultural Triangle and all the way up to the North, […]

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