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How to save money on a trip to Thailand

Wondering how to save money on a trip to Thailand? This post will outline how you can get the most out of every Baht you spend, but if you are looking for more ideas to save on the road after having read it, check out Cash Lady for even more pointers… 1) Plan your trip […]

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Hottest nightlife in Taipei

Sometimes it seems that hunting for the hottest nightlife in Taipei is a near impossible task. If you have attempted this in the past and thrown in the towel, it may be worth your while to try again using the list below to guide your efforts… 1) Saints and Sinners If you’re looking to get […]

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Infiltrating the heart of Central Asia on a trip to Turkmenistan

Taking an epic trip to Turkmenistan soon? If you are puzzled with regards of what exactly to do there, this article will give you a few ideas of what to do there… 1) Visit the Turkmen Carpet Museum Aside from being known as a paranoid police state (seriously – don’t criticize the government at all, […]

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Living it up in Southeast Asia: check out these nightspots

Looking for a good party wherever you are going in Southeast Asia? Whether you are in Thailand, Cambodia or Vietnam, there are great venues where you can party rock until the light of dawn illuminates the sky. Check out these nightspots during your time in the following cities… Bangkok: Ku De Ta While many backpackers […]

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Three adventures in the Philippines you just can’t turn down

Included the Philippines in your Southeast Asia trip this winter? At this point, you might be looking for some activities to fill your time in this island nation with excitement. If you are stumped though, try these adventures in the Philippines on for size… 1) Swimming with the whale sharks in Dumaguete If the thought […]

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Top highlights in Laos for the solo backpacker

Heading to Southeast Asia’s chillest country, and have no clue what to do? In the following post, we have assembled a list of top highlights in Laos that will allow you to make the most of your time in this relaxing nation. 1) The Gibbon Experience After entering Laos from Northern Thailand, you might be […]

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Best islands in Indonesia for single travelers

Strung along the equator at the bottom of Southeast Asia, Indonesia is one of the region’s most intriguing nations. 250 million people live amidst 17,000 islands stretching more than 4,000 kilometres from west to east, which is approximately the same distance from Los Angeles to New York City. With all that variety, what are the […]

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Following the Banana Pancake Trail: sights in SE Asia you shouldn’t miss

The Banana Pancake Trail is a well-worn backpacker travel route that takes wanderers throughout Northern Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. While there are a lot of attractions, most travelers don’t have all the time in the world to enjoy them all. If you are doing this trip soon, experiencing the following attractions will leave you […]

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Partying it up in Northern Thailand: the best nightlife in Chiang Mai

Thailand is one of the most popular destinations in the world for young backpackers, as it offers amazing food, world class beaches, and some of the most epic parties in the world. While Bangkok and the southern Thai islands have a well-developed reputation for merry-making, Chiang Mai remains something of an under-appreciated quantity when it […]

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Join Volunteer Programs In Thailand –You Won’t Lose Control Of Your Normal Life

Join Volunteer Programs in Thailand without losing sight and control of your life by choosing the best time to volunteer without putting financial pressure on your life.   Most people across the world are caring and empathetic souls who would love to volunteer for a wide range of good causes if they had the opportunity. […]

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