When to go? To be honest, it doesn鈥檛 really matter it will be freaking hot anyways 馃槈 However, the best time to go is from November to February, that鈥檚 when the temperature is lowest aka 30 C degrees instead of 40 C degrees, and it doesn’t rain. It is important to keep in mind, that …

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The very first day I arrived in Bangkok, I went to 7-eleven, of course. I needed some water and Oreos to cheer up my jet lag. At that time I didn鈥檛 know that we had a water machine, standing right in front of our building, where you could just fill up your bottles with drinking …

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What I did during my first month in Thailand, all squeezed in 2 minutes  

4th part of my Vietnam vlogs!聽It took us 12 hours on a bus to get from Nha Trang to Hoi An, the beautiful ancient town, located in central Vietnam,聽full of people from all around the world, old yellow houses, locals wearing the Vietnamese hat, exotic fruits, markets, lights and lanterns. We lived in a backpackers’ …

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If you鈥檙e traveling to Vietnam, you will probably go to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, Vietnam鈥檚 biggest city, a huge, buzzing, metropolis, home of 10 million people! I鈥檝e seen quite a bit of Asia so far, but I’ve never seen anything like this before! The best world I can use to describe …

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1.聽Victoria Peak I debated for a bit with myself if I should put Victoria Peak as my number one, because let鈥檚 be honest, it is probably the most touristy thing you can do in Hong Kong. I wish I could be a bit more original, but the truth is that I simply can鈥檛, because a …

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1. Go to a night market Yes, markets and especially famous Taiwanese night markets, are basically one of the biggest attractions in Taiwan. When I was asking my Asian friends about tips and recommendations about Taiwan, number one reaction from everyone was 鈥淵ou need to try Taiwanese food!鈥. Taiwan is known to be the food …

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Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, fondued in the 1950鈥檚, is one of the most known Buddhist temples in Hong Kong and one of Hong Kong鈥檚 top attractions. I went there on a sunny Sunday morning while staying in Hong Kong over the summer. We got up early in hope to see the temple before the crowds, …

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