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Tips For Visiting Disneyland Paris For First-Timers

Bonjour! Disneyland Paris is a theme park located about 30-kilometres East of Paris, France in the city of Marne-la-Vallée. The park was originally opened as EuroDisney in 1992 with the name change happening in 1994. From the interior of the shops and the structure of the castle to the unique aesthetic of attractions, the park […]

A Simple Guide To Backpacking The Multicultural Singapore

Singapore is a small yet modern country. In many ways, it’s quite different than most of its neighbours – highly efficient, diverse cultures as well as super clean and safe to travel in! Nevertheless, Singapore is also known as an pricey country to visit by South East Asian standards, especially compare to Vietnam, Laos or […]

9 Incredible Things To Do On The Gold Coast

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

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 […]

Penang: A Guide To Explore Georgetown On A Budget

Famous for its collection of street art that covers the walls, Chinese style shop houses blend with colonial architectures, Georgetown is a vibrant city that attracts more and more tourists each year. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, marvel on the town’s rich heritage influenced by its European colonizers, starting with Love Lane. […]

Paradise Cave: The Longest Dry Cave In Asia

Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park was nominated as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003. It is home to the oldest karst mountains in Asia as well as largest cave in the world by volume – the expansive Hang Sơn Đoòng cave. The most popular and easily accessible caves in this area are: Phong Nha Cave, […]

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 […]

Colmar Tropicale: A Medieval French Village in Malaysia’s Rainforest

Colmar Tropicale is a picturesque French-themed resort inspired by the 16th century village in Alsace region of France. Famously known as one of the fairy-tale villages in Europe, the village was modeled with fantasy-like surroundings; swans gliding in the moat at the resort’s entrance, and the knights in shining armor give the place an authentic castle […]

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 […]

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 […]

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