Ubud was one of our favourite spots during our two-week trip to Bali. Compared to places in Bali like Denpasar, Ubud is more of what you call ‘authentic and traditional’ Bali. Yes, Ubud is becoming more touristy and westernised but some how; Ubud has managed to keep so many of the traditional roots. Ubud is known as the spiritual home of the island with iconic, stunning landscapes perfect for a relaxing getaway. Read More
About an hour away from Sihanoukville lies Cambodia’s paradise island, Koh Rong. Koh Rong is beautiful, peaceful and undeveloped, just like its smaller sister island. It is an unspoilt paradise of white sand beaches, turquoise water and rainforest. Apart from the main town, Koh Toch, Koh Rong remains nearly untouched and until recently, the island didn’t have 24-hour power and even now, the power still isn’t brilliant! You’ll struggle to find anywhere with air conditioning or hot water as well!
Home to the biggest religious monument in the world, Siem Reap has so much more to offer than what you first think. Despite being so developed for tourism, Siem Reap is a beautiful, quiet town with a great atmosphere throughout the day and night.
Bangkok is a busy, vibrant city known for its delicious street food, beautiful parks, good shopping and big markets. Bangkok is packed with plenty of things to do and places to see, most of which are popular tourist attractions. However, if you take a step away from the busy tourist sites, Bangkok has a lot more to offer. Within this guide, you’ll find a few different things to do that you may have never heard of or thought about.
Located in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Tao, also known as Turtle Island, is a popular destination for backpackers who want a more relaxing travel experience as well as for those who are looking to achieve their PADI diving license. Koh Tao is a smaller and less developed island than the other two islands nearby and it is famous for its beautiful landscapes, colourful coral formations and amazing sunsets.