Back in Europe for a couple of days, I start to miss travelling, mainly the weather in SE Asia, especially Da Nang.
Compared to the other Vietnamese cities, Da Nang or at least My Khe Beach area is more of a tourist bubble, where you see less local life. And authentic local life is one of great thin
Despite all the scams and "spirituality business" in Pushkar, the tamples and ghats along the holy Pushkar are still nice and worth a stopover. It's not as special as the city of Lord Shiva, Varanasi (in fact, Varanasi is still my favorite place in North India so far), both the ghats or the aarti r
Almost everyone I met on my trip in Vietnam has told me that Hoi An is worth a visit.
This year, I've travelled quite a bit in Vietnam. It is a very touristic country: cheap, tourist friendly, nice food and coffee, comfortable for the price range, etc. Not to mention the common great things about S
Sao Beach (where the pin is in the map above) is probably the most famous beach in Phu Quoc.
It's in the south of the island, about 15 km from Duong Dong city. If you rent a motorbike, it's easy to reach. But if you are a bit scared to ride motorbike (yea I did motor tour in the mountains last tim
In Phu Guoc island, there's a beach called Starfish Beach. You can already guess there must be a lot of starfish!
From anywhere of the island to get to Starfish Beach, you need ti go through quite a part of unpaved road, so if you decide to ride motorbike there, make sure you are a good driver.
My after-Steemfest4 island chill trip got delayed for almost two weeks since I decided not to go to Koh Chang.
I was moving from place to place the past two weeks, I've seen a lot but also getting kinda tired. Although I thought I'm someone perfect for some island chill, doing nothing holidays, mos
Greeting everyone! I'm in Mekong delta again, my main destination is Phu Guoc island this time. Because I'm scared of flying, so I made a stopover in Can Tho, the biggest city in Mekong Delta. (There's no train down South).
I don't like Can Tho much, otherwise, I would prefer to travel slowly and s
Sunset boat trip is a thing in Ayutthaya. It takes around 2 hours, you can book a tour with your hotel or guesthouse and normally they offer free transfer to the pier if you book with them.
Or you can go directly to the pier next to Hua Ro Night Market, opposite to Front Palace, and buy a seat fro
I was choosing between Koh Chang and Ayutthaya after Bangkok Steemfest.
Why Ayutthaya? Because I'm someone who is a bit lazy and can get a bit grumpy about taking that long bus to Koh Chang. Most people thought I'm quite good tempered but sometimes I also get annoyed for some strange reasons, that
I stayed in a guesthouse near Chinatown on my last few days in Bangkok after Steemfest. The plan was to choose a place near the Hua Lam Phong station (Bangkok main station), so I can walk there to avoid the traffic.
Although my backpack is only 7kg, but still I wasn't ready to walk just 900m in th
Loy Krathong Festival was celebrated throughout Thailand, and all around Bangkok.
Steemfest4 has finished, many Steemians just left Bangkok, I'm still here. I had a lazy day, except for moving my luggage to a gusthouse near Chinatown, food hunting around, I didn't do much the whole day.
I was suppo
สวัสดี ครับ Bangkok
I'm jetlagged and still a bit tired after a long flight and a bit of hassle at the airport waiting to get Thai Visa On Arrival. Apparently someone had problems scanning my passport, so I had to wait forever, with a bunch of Chinese group tourists being quite impatient behind me,