If it is food and culture that you would like to experience, Southeast Asia is the best place to consider going on a trip to. Below is a rundown of the best countries to go on a vacation to this 2019:
There’s more to this country than the mosques you plan to visit. Don’t leave just yet without trying their Ambugat, Brunei’s indigenous dish made from the trunk of a sago tree and, okay, visiting the famous Billionth Barrel Monument.
Take a romantic hot air balloon ride over Bagan and give Athouq, their light and spicy salad made of yummy raw vegetables with some lime juice. Do send us photos of your balloon ride because Bagan is just spectacular.
A trip to Southeast Asia will never be complete without a visit to Malaysia. Just in case you’re curious, the orangutans are in Borneo and drinking Milo Dinosaur is the best there is. Just in case you’re more of the under the sea type of person, bring your scuba gear with you because Malaysia has some of the best underwater sceneries in the world.
If you have not been to Singapore, this year is the best time to go pack and give this country a visit. Check out the light display at Supertrees, eat your heart out at hawker center or have a glass of martini at Marina Bay Sands. Oh, and try out their carrot cake that doesn’t have any hint of carrot at all.
Don’t forget to visit Phong Nha-Ke Bang where the rice paddies are so green and verdant and the farmers still flash tourists a smile and the peace sign whenever they go cruising along in their motorbikes. Of course, eat Pho (pronounced as ‘fuh’) and take a motorbike tour of the city.
This country may no longer be high on the list of backpackers’ wish list of countries to go to, it still has enough culture in it left to elicit oohs and aahs from tourists. Visit Don Det, one of the 4,000 islands of the country and go on a motorbike tour at the Bolaven Plateau that has waterfalls at every turn.
When visiting Southeast Asia, remember to include Indonesia to your list of countries to visit. You will surely have a hard time choosing between the beautiful beaches of Bali or going to Gili Trawangan. If you love laid-back chill, Gili is the place for you to be. Don’t leave without eating Tempeh and attempting to learn how to surf or climb a volcano, an inactive one at that, please.
Before you make the mistake of thinking that Bangkok is the primary place to go to when in Thailand, head to Pai immediately. A mesmerizing place that is full of waterfalls and cold pools of water that will invigorate one’s senses. Try everything there is to eat when visiting this beautiful country because food here is absolutely delish!
There is just something about the ancient civilization of Angkor Wat that reels in every tourist at heart. Apart from the fact that beer is cheap here during happy hour, the sense of culture is deep in this country and the water is so clear that you can see right through it.
When in the Philippines, make sure to visit Palawan. Try their pork adobo, a mixture of vinegar with soy sauce, some pepper and pork. Oh, don’t forget to try dressing up like a mermaid if you’re heading to Boracay and eating balut, of course!
Let us know if you’re planning on heading to any of the abovementioned countries. Kindly bring back a souvenir or two.
10 Travel Scams and Rip-Offs to Watch Out For When You Travel Abroad
There are effective ways to counter scammers – specifically by understanding how these crooks work!
In a recent statistics, there were around 1.235 billion international tourists across the globe. That goes to show that human beings love to travel and explore the world. In terms of the popular countries among tourists, the list includes the USA, France, Italy, China, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
But with the increase of tourists, deceivers have also doubled in numbers. These scumbags continue to trick travelers in hopes to scam them. Apparently though, some tourists are also to be blamed. They simply rely too much on locals and fail to recognize scammers.
There are, however, plenty of ways to counter these deceivers - and one of them is by understanding how these thieves work. Below are some of them.
Game of Thrones Ice Hotel Now Open in Finland And It’s Truly Amazing!
Fancy living like a Night King?
If you're a living and breathing Game of Thrones fan, you already know that winter is here and that you can't wait to see what happens after the Night King destroyed the Wall with the help of ice-spewing Viserion. Unfortunately, the show won't be back until 2019, which is way TOO LONG for any GOT fan.
While waiting for the show to resume, you can pony up the big bucks and live your winter fantasies in Finland, where an incredible Game of Thrones-inspired hotel stands.
Built by Lapland Hotels SnowVillage in collaboration with HBO Nordic, the amazing winter structure is made up entirely of ice and snow.
Real Life Hobbit House With Gorgeous Sea View
People say this house offers “a little piece of heaven.”
JRR Tolkien fans thirsting for an experience in a Hobbit house can always go to New Zealand's Hobbiton. However, you can’t get inside the adorable houses or even stay overnight. There’s a fix for that -- Northshire in North Yorkshire.
Thirty-seven-year-old Carol Cavendish first welcomed guests to her Hobbit house three years ago. Since then, more people are flocking this holiday home, not only for its Lord of the Rings vibe but also because it offers a stunning view of the sea.
Carol and her 32-year-old husband, Karl, built the holiday home together.
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