2-Day Itinerary for Your First Visit to Bangkok and Information on what to see, if you have more time

Bangkok – the gateway to South East Asia and I guess one of the most popular cities in all of Asia. This city has cheap flights not only to domestic destinations, but around the region. Be sure to check AirAsia for the best deals, especially, if you don’t have much…

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Useful tips for making your visit to the Royal Palace and Wat Phra Kaew in Bangkok bearable

Royal Palace and Wat Phra Kaew are located next to each other and you buy one ticket for both. The Royal Palace was the residence of the kings of Siam and then Thailand. It currently is no longer a place, where the royal family lives, but is occasionally used for…

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10-Day Itinerary tips for your first trip to Thailand

This is my suggested itinerary, if you have at least 10 days to spare for Thailand. It can be arranged and rearranged according to your wishes and flight plans: Day 1 – Bangkok – Start your day with cultural sightseeing. Head to the MRT station Sanam Chai, walk to the…

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Visiting South of Thailand: Krabi

South of Thailand offers numerous options for travelers to enjoy beaches, wilderness, wild parties, water activities, etc. I have researched a number of different websites and tries to find a place, which would be easily accessible, relatively cheap and near the seaside. Koh Samui, Koh Lipe and Koh Phangan were…

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Health in South East Asia: How to Avoid Mosquitoes

Most travel advisories for South East Asian countries suggest having Hepatitis A and Typhoid vaccine in addition to your routine vaccines. Other vaccines can be recommended depending on your itinerary and length of your stay in the region or in the rural areas. Malaria is a low risk in most…

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Transport in Uzbekistan

Compared to its neighbours, Uzbekistan has a somewhat better developed transport system. Trains in Uzbekistan Trains are the best mode of transportation between the cities. Fast and very convenient Afrosyiab trains run from Tashkent to Samarkand and Bukhara, trains to Khiva are still the slow ones, however, they plan to…

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