Rural Life in Laos Everyday Experiences

Rural Life in Laos Everyday Experiences

Rural Life in Laos has one of the smallest population mass in Asia and villages tend to be dispersed, secluded and isolated from fundamental services. In Laos, each village tend to be a home to a distinct ethnic group. In towns, ethnic groups may exist side-by-side, but in the rural areas, they create new villages consisting of members of their own group, instead of joining a village inhabited by another ethnic group. Towns And Villages … Read more

Best Places to Visit in the Philippines

5 Absolute Best Places to Visit in the Philippines

We all heard stories of what Thailand used to be like 20 years ago, before it was spoiled by the hordes of drunk tourists flocking its islands. Just 3 hours flight away, there is still a place who maintains that exotic, virgin charm – the Philippines. To add to that, the beaches and scenery are even more beautiful, and everything is cheaper. The fact most potential tourists tend to overlook the Philippines while planning their … Read more

Top Things to Do in Nepal

Top Things to Do, See & Eat in Nepal

Sometimes spending a few weeks enjoying and trying out new things is all that you need. Don’t you agree? All of us need a small break from our everyday life and enjoy a few moments with friends and family. If you also think the same but have no clue where to go and what to do, don’t worry. Nepal is the destination for you! Why? The answer is simple. There are so many things to … Read more

5 Life Lessons from Climbing Adam’s Peak In Sri Lanka

Life Lessons from Climbing Adam’s Peak In Sri Lanka – Earlier this year we traveled to Sri Lanka, a country full of beauty and adventure. We had heard about the beautiful view of the sunrise from the top of a sacred mountain called Adam’s Peak, and decided to join thousands of pilgrims on their pilgrimage to the peak. Being a holy place for both Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Christians, Adam’s Peak is very unique. To be at the top when … Read more

Impressions Of Sri Lanka

Travelling Sri Lanka: What To Do, See & Eat

After spending three weeks in Sri Lanka, we left the country with many new impressions and experiences. Sri Lanka had given us so many contrasting experiences, and the charismatic people we had met along the way had given us different insights into the country and its people. It was interesting to see how this country has quickly risen from a long time of struggling and hardship, and is today really starting to take shape and … Read more

Bamboo Forest Japan

Bamboo Forest, Kyoto Japan: A Must See!

Planning to visit Kyoto? If so, the Bamboo Forest Japan is a must stop. It may be that you have not planned your trip yet, but you can definitely bring your travel experience to a new dimension (climbing Mount Fuji) if you plan for it wisely. So, when you see that the clouds in Kyoto have finally parted, it means that it is the right time to explore the destination many tourists love to choose: The Bamboo … Read more

Melanesia

Melanesia: Culture, People & Things To Do

Melanesia, a group of islands north and north east of Australia (including: Fiji, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu), is a region that puts an emphasis on what “paradise” really means. The islands are amazingly beautiful, the history and culture is exotic and many of the people are known to be the happiest and friendliest in the world. Melanesia is a fascinating place, and apart from the natural beauty I find it to be … Read more

Off-Season In South East Asia

Monsoon Season In Southeast Asia: Is It Worth It?

This is our first time traveling off season in South East Asia, we discussed many the many pros and cons before finally deciding to go. One of the cons involved was the weather – what would Indochina tours be like during the monsoon season/off season/rainy season/whatever you choose to call it? Last time we traveled to a hot country during the off season was to Vanuatu, and while the country was amazing. The weather was … Read more

Melaka

Traveling Melaka, Malaysia: Things to Do

We had about a month left in Malaysia before our trip down to Singapore in June and needed to find a place where we could relax and work for a while. Melaka turned out to be the perfect place for this, and we ended up staying there for the whole month – with it becoming our favorite city in Malaysia! Meet the Locals The people in Melaka are very relaxed and welcoming, and it didn’t take very … Read more

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Best Music Festivals of Bangalore, India

If you are a sucker for travel and music, just like me, then India won’t disappoint you. Amidst the two extremes of chaos and languidness, lies a constantly reverberating music scene. Music in India is an orchestra of different genres, beats, and tunes. During my tour, I found musical groups from all genres. India came across as a remarkable country for a music aficionado like me who travels to find a rhythm is every corner. … Read more

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