The East is steeped in fascinating culture, with many Asian countries having deep spiritual roots. According to Touropia, Asia is the birthplace of most of the world’s mainstream religions and beliefs, including Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Taoism. It comes as no surprise that the continent has the highest concentration of temples, which have attracted pilgrims and travelers alike for hundreds of years.
Everyone loves to dream a bit about other beautiful places in the world, even if you’re not a full-time traveler. By watching beautiful travel videos, your mind can easily drift off to those places like you are experiencing everything yourself. This time, we’ve made a collection of the most inspiring travel videos of Indonesia. We are sure you’ll want to pack your bag and book the next flight to Indonesia immediately!
Are you thinking about exploring Cambodia? Perfect choice! Cambodia is an amazing country with a rich history and a lot of unique things to do. For your convenience, we’ve made a detailed 2-week Cambodia itinerary that will make your next trip unforgettable. We cover everything from the temples of Angkor Wat, to the secluded white beaches of Koh Rong.
It has been exactly one year since we left on our long-term travel journey. In this period, we already had the time of our lives and we had several crazy experiences along the way. From sleeping on a military base to looking inside an active volcano, find out our best travel experiences of the last year!
Asia is a big, fascinating continent with a lot of interesting cultures, traditions, and people. Most of you heard some crazy things like the fact that you can buy a can of fresh air in China or that people in Thailand eat fried insects. Well, here are ten interesting and fun facts about Asia that you probably haven’t heard before!
BOOM… There we were, lying on the ground, kissing the tarmac of a Lao road. A few seconds before, we were still happily driving around on our motorbike along a winding road somewhere in the countryside of Luang Prabang, without knowing what was going to happen after the next sharp hairpin corner.
Going to Thailand but don’t know what to expect budget-wise? Let us help you out! The Land Of The Smiles is an extremely budget-friendly country, and that’s probably the fact why so much backpackers head over to Thailand. Doing full-moon parties or relaxing on the beach isn’t the only thing to do in Thailand. Go trekking in the mountains around Chiang Mai, explore the small alleys of Bangkok or indulge yourself in the local food culture. We kept track of all our expenses during our one month in the north of Thailand. We stayed in Bangkok for a couple of days and traveled to Chiang Mai to spend some time in the mountains. If you travel on a budget like we do, you can explore Thailand with just $500 in your pocket.