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Huế: 9 Things To Do In The Imperial City Of Vietnam

If you fell in love with the charm of Hội An and hoping the rest of Central Vietnam be the same, you probably going be disappointed. But if you’re looking to see some beautiful historical sites, Huế is the place to be! Home to the ruling Emperors and fashionable elite, Huế was once the nation’s […]

Hội An: 5 Unnecessary Expenses To Avoid In Ancient Town

Hội An is a charming town on the east coast of Central Vietnam. The Ancient Town is recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the “must-visit” destinations in Vietnam. Unfortunately to say, Hội An has an attitude of “it’s okay to rip off the foreigners” much common than other Vietnamese cities. Here are […]

Marble Mountains: Everything You Need To Know Before going

Not far from the coast in Đà Nẵng lies a well-known pilgrimage site with caves, tunnels, temples, and viewpoints. The Marble Mountains are a cluster of 5 majestic hills made out of marble and limestone. Each hill representing 5 different elements: Kim (metal), Moc (wood), Thuy (water), Hoa (fire), and Tho (land).  They have been […]

Dubai: Cheap-Thrills That Won’t Break Your Bank Account

Dubai has a reputation for being a city of extravagance, and probably the least backpacking-friendly country I have ever been to so far. Saturated in contemporary ambiance, Dubai is considered as a city of luxury leisure. A lot of travellers are hesitant to visit not just because of cultural sensitivity but also fear of spending […]

14 Best Things To Do In And Around Ulaanbaatar

Ulaanbaatar (Улаанбаатар), the capital and largest city in Mongolia, is home to 1.5 million people (50% of Mongolia’s total population). It is a sprawling city complete with high buildings, more coffee shops than you’ll likely see anywhere in Asia, fashionably-dressed residents and yet still hold a strong nomadic culture. The city was founded as a […]

Kharkhorin: Discover The Ancient Beauty Of Central Mongolia

Kharkhorin (Хархорин), historically known as Karakorum City (Хархорум), is a small ancient town centrally located in Mongolia. It was one of the most important cities in the history of the Silk Road because of its strategically location on the most important East-West route across Mongolia. Today, being a small town of less than 10,000 residents, […]

Northern Mongolia: A Guide To Visiting Lake Khövsgöl

Lake Khövsgöl (Хөвсгөл нуур) is located Northwest of Mongolia near the Russian Border. Famously known as “Blue Pearl of Asia “, Lake Khövsgöl is one of the 17 ancient lakes worldwide with an estimated age of almost 5-million years old. This pristine lake is 136-kilometres long and 260-meters deep, making it the second-most voluminous freshwater lake […]

Experience The Rural Laos In Nong Khiaw

Nong Khiaw has not been paid much attention by the tourists over the years. A sleepy town 3-hours North from Luang Prabang on the banks of the Nam Ou River, Nong Khiaw boasts a gorgeous backdrop of imposing limestone mountains, picturesque river views and genuine local color. Its extremely laid-back vibe is a perfect destination […]

9 Incredible Things To Do In Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang is a city which stole my heart years ago. The laid back life and peaceful atmosphere make this place a favorite for many travellers in Laos. Located on the peninsula created by Mekong and Nam Khan rivers, the city is surrounded by gorgeous nature and houses impressive architecture intertwined with French history and Laotian culture. Slow […]

Laos: The Ultimate Guide To Get You Ready For This Underrated Country

Laos (pronounced with silent “s”), is undeniably the most underrated country in Southeast Asia. Sandwiched among the beach paradise Thailand, the street-food heaven Vietnam, the land of ancient ruins in Cambodia, Laos is often overlooked by travellers who are backpacking Southeast Asia.  Communist Laos flung open its doors to tourism in the early 1990s and […]

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