Brilliant Bali: 4 Reasons to Visit

Though Bali is one of over 17,000 islands in Indonesia, it is still, by far, the most famous of the bunch. And while some people may find this to be offputting, don’t be fooled into thinking that the island is spoilt and not worth visiting. In fact, there are many obvious and hidden treasures which […]

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Top Seven Things to do in Nepal

Nepal is a majestic Himalayan country that is blessed with a wide myriad of exotic features and aspects. It possesses a multicultural spectrum that manifests their essentials through architecture, artwork, folk songs, festivals and cultural practices. Moreover, Nepal is a charming country that is known all over the world for hiking and trekking adventures, because […]

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Top Tips For Solo Travellers On The Trans-Siberian

Top Tips For Solo Travellers On The Trans-Siberian

Are you planning on taking a solo trip on the Trans-Siberian railway? There’s no need to be nervous about anything happening as plenty of solo travellers take this journey every year, even solo female travellers. Below, we outline a few top tips for solo travellers. 1| Do your research Just the same way you would […]

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A Few Things You Have To See In Macau

The South of China is a fascinating place full of unique destinations, and Macau is one such destination you should make it a point to visit at some point. It’s a little bit of a difficult place to define – technically an “autonomous region,” somewhere between a large city and a small city-state and located […]

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What Makes Hong Kong the Top Travel Destination in the World?

Asia is ranked the leading tourist continent destination with Hong Kong being the top-ranked city destination in the world nine years in a row. This is due to the strategic positioning of Hong Kong and its successful relationship with the mainland. However, this may be short-lived with the strained relationships caused by tensions between its […]

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Vietnam visa for Australians

When I first went to Vietnam, 15 years ago, getting a visa was pretty straight forward – you would line up at the airport, fill in couple of forms , and wait for your passport to get stamped. Things have change slightly since then. For most people, a visa is needed, exceptions to this rule […]

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