Things to do in Thailand in 2 days + Street Foods to try

DAY 1 Temple Hopping in Bangkok It’s bold. It’s made of gold. Tourists gang up in Thailand for several golden reasons: its spicy food, its tropical beaches, its shopping centers and it  is probably the first stop/ choice  in one’s Southeast Asian travel, especially those coming from the west side of the world. But why Thailand? Other Asian countries have their own proud


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Things to do in Cambodia in a day

When did the mystery of Angkor Wat temples begin to uncover?  Was it when in 1586, Antonio da Madalena visited this “such extraordinary construction” which he can’t help but admitted that “it is not possible to describe it with a pen, particularly since it is like no other building in the world”? According to the Portuguese monk,   Angkor Wat “has towers and decoration


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8 Free Things to do In Seoul

Seoul is undeniably one of the most expensive countries to visit in Asia. It is a matter of resourcefulness, and luck, maybe, to be able to spend less there. Better yet, check out for some travel guides who will give you tips on traveling South Korea on a budget.   I’m following this Korean blogger and religiously clicked all the


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10 Amazing Things You Can Do only in South Korea

South Korea is one of these countries in Asia where you would find thousand of reasons to visit this small-sized country at least before you turn 30. The amazing things to do are so plenteous and some of them can only be done in South Korea as follows: 1.DMZ tour A must tour when in South Korea. This Demilitarized zone is


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5 Reasons to Visit Zamboanga City

With its cherry-colored  beach like the Bahamas’,  a cuisine as diverse as Malaysian’s and Indonesian’s, the undying devotion to Our lady of the Pillar inherited from Spain and a language that is almost Mexican, Zamboanga City is truly a melting pot of cultures. It is a diversified city where different religions, particularly Muslim and Christian, coexists, various ethnic tribes live


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Foods and drinks to try in Malaysia

The diversity of the cultural makeup of Malaysia is similar to that of Singapore and Indonesia.Its small population is composed of several ethnic tribes mainly, the natives, Malaysians; Chinese, and Indians. Just how diverse it is reflects in its varied cuisine. Here are foods to try in Truly Asia: Malaysian Food Kung Pao shrimp This shrimp dish is a familiar Chinese


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Foods to Try in Hong Kong

Hong kong is widely known for dim sum,  its national dish. (See also: 3 best ways to experience Hong Kong in a day ) . This popular dish is one among the many familiar dishes in Hong kong such as the following: Chicken soup This must be a  favorite comfort food among the Chinese households because most of the customers also


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Hong Kong Itinerary in 24 hours

If you just have one day to spare in Hong Kong, how would you spend it? Productively? Why not explore the city in 3 different ways? Let me show you how. Good thing I was not lazy on that day that the idea of just lying on my bed covered with 2 or 3 thick sheets while watching TV was more sickening


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Must Try Foods in Binondo, Manila

Visiting Manila, the cultural center of the Philippines, would not be complete without a food trip in Binondo, the world’s oldest Chinatown. When in Binondo, at least never fail to try these classic Chinese foods  as follows:   1.Beef La Mien Almost every eateries and restaurants in Binondo have something unique to offer for the curious gourmand. But I felt


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DIY Macau day tour

If you go to Hong Kong, it is a must that you visit its other half, Macau. These twin cities are both known as special administrative regions of China, but their appeal is completely different in their own ways. Hong Kong is more Asian in character, known to have the most impressive skyline which features more than 1,200 skyscrapers albeit


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