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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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Chillax This Winter In The Hawaiian Islands

This year, it’s your turn to plan you and your buddies group holiday. It’s a tradition that you started back in college, but now that you are all out there in the real world, it’s something that you have all kept alive to keep the juices of friendship flowing despite being apart for much of […]

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Tour the best beaches in Malaysia this winter

With the days of late summer becoming increasingly cooler, you have begun to think about the trip you have planned out in your mind this coming winter. While you yearn to return to Southeast Asia, you’re looking to give Thailand a rest, as you have been there numerous times in the past and going there […]

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A Partypacker’s Guide To Florianopolis, Brazil

Find yourself wandering around Brazil following the conclusion of the 2014 World Cup, or planning a visit in the months ahead? If you are, and you love a good party like we do, then you need to include the island paradise of Florianopolis into your travel plans. While places like Rio and Salvador know how […]

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Having The Time Of Your Life In Costa Rica

This summer, instead of hanging ten at the beach like you have in previous years, you’ve focused hard on socking away money like a madman. The blue skies and sun outside might be tempting this time of year, but with the perpetual summer of Costa Rica beckoning around the corner, you’ll need all the dolla […]

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A Party Animal’s Guide To Bali

After taking places like Koh Phangan, Vang Vieng and Boracay by storm, you may have figured that you have conquered all of Southeast Asia with all your partypacker friends. Alas, there is one more major hub that you have forgotten about. Being the only part of this region sitting beneath the equator, Indonesia contains over […]

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