Indonesia is a destination where eating is extremely affordable. In fact, if you’re spending more than £3 on dinner then you’re probably doing it wrong. Touristic spots such as Bali and the Gili Islands now offer world cuisine but for those after a real taste of the culture, the local food’s where it’s at.
Cambodia is integral to the backpacker trail and plenty of travellers visit as part of bigger trips that include Thailand, Vietnam and Laos. Whether you do the same or simply visit Cambodia as a holiday, its charm lies with friendly locals, world-class temples, and a warm and colourful culture.
Travelling alone isn’t just what you do when you have no one to travel with.
There are thousands of blogs proclaiming this and I know I’m not the first person to work it out but for me, it really was a journey of self-discovery.
I celebrated my 26th birthday in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and as one of the day’s activities my friend and I headed to a Thai cookery class.
There’s much that is weird and wonderful in Asia, and the cuisine is definitely up there. From quirky coffee to cartoon-inspired meals and even a toilet-themed restaurant, here’s the best (and worst) of weird eats…
‘Laos’ and ‘tubing’ are almost synonymous with each other. I’m not saying skip floating down the river with a beer in Vang Vieng, but for those looking to explore Laos further, there are plenty of options…
It’s not surprising Vietnam is such a popular place to travel. It’s one of the cheapest places in South east Asia, it’s easily accessible for backpackers, the food is incredible and the people accommodating. Not to mention the sheer volume of things to see and do!
As a travel blogger who has had no formal training, taken zero courses and is still trying to teach themselves the ropes, starting a travel blog can be hard.
Culture, cherry blossom and temples aside, the cuisine was one of the main reasons I was excited to visit Japan.
In the dry and dusty town of Jaisalmer, everything is pleasantly golden. The majestic fort is awash with sandstone and the endless plains roll away into the sunset, which incidentally bathes the city in a mellow light – it’s no wonder the north Indian town is deemed ‘the Golden City’.