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Tad Kuang Xi Luang Prabang Laos

Visit Laos, a country that is waiting to be discovered

Laos is a lesser-known Southeast Asian destination. It is the least populated country in Indochina and the sole landlocked country, with a population of only 7 million people. Laos is bordered on the north by China, to the east by Vietnam, to the south by Cambodia, and to the west by Thailand and Myanmar.
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Vietnam’s central highlands

Da Lat & Gia Lai, two hidden gems. November is an excellent time to visit Vietnam since the weather is neither too hot nor too chilly. Da Lat is a popular location for tourists visiting Vietnam. The rainy season ends in early November, making this an ideal time to explore these cities. Also, Gia Lai province...
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Phu Quoc Island, things to see and do

With its idyllic beaches, romantic sunsets, evergreen forests and a serene atmosphere, making it an ideal vacation destination for travelers looking to escape the busy life. Phu Quoc Island, located 45 kilometers west of Ha Tien in the far south of Vietnam, the northern part of the island is relatively unspoiled thanks to its UNESCO-declared national...
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Krabi, things to see and do

Krabi is a spectacular province in the south west of Thailand, boarding the Andaman Sea. Although Krabi doesn’t make headlines as some of the most famous tourist destinations in the country, like Koh Samui, Phuket and Chiang Mai, thousands of visitors come to travel in the area all year round, but especially in dry season, from...
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First time in Hanoi?

Hanoi is one of Asia’s most vibrant and charming cities, this lively area of narrow streets and alleys is home to literally thousands of small businesses and shopkeepers, it’s a great place to explore with lots of photo opportunities around you. Take a walk, immerse yourself in sights, sounds, smells and adapt to the local atmosphere.
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Southern Escape: what to do in Khanom

The village of Khanom, at the border between the provinces of Nakhon Si Thammarat and Surat Thani, in South East Thailand, is one of the places I like most and a valid alternative to the most famous tourist destinations without being challenging or overwhelming for lack of “touristy” vibes.
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Places to visit on your first trip in Sangkhla Buri

Sangkhla Buri is a district in the far west of Kanchanaburi province, Western Thailand, on the Myanmar border. It is an idyllic place and well worth exploring as it is off the foreign tourist trail, but popular among Thai tourists. The small town is tucked away in between forests and hills, overlooking the Songaria River.
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Mural art in Penang, Malaysia

Street Art, Nature and Fine Cuisine in Penang

Having an unexpected three-day holiday around the Chinese New Year, and the travel bug still eating on me even after moving to my dream place, Thailand, I took the chance of a discounted return flight and traveled to Georgetown, Penang. Among the hundreds idyllic islands and cities spread between Thailand and Malaysia, why Georgetown?
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Bangkok, Wat Arun

Tourist in Old Bangkok

I’m in Bangkok again, I have a free Sunday, the sun is brighter than ever, the sky clear and blue, the humidity tolerable for once, so I decide to go visiting three of the most famous attractions of this incredible city: the Wat Arun, the Wat Pho and the Royal Grand Palace, leaving time for a...
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