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Top 10 FAQ On Southeast Asia Travel

Dreaming about traveling through the jungles and exotic islands of Southeast Asia but somehow feeling a bit unsure? I’ve listed the top 10 frequently asked questions that I get asked a lot to make it easier for your research. Inspired mostly by questions I come across in Girls Who Travel, a travel group on Facebook, I tried to… Continue reading Top 10 FAQ On Southeast Asia Travel

Heights & Hiking · Malaysia Memories · Pretty Places · World Lust

The Batu Caves Of Malaysia

Google “things to do in Malaysia” and Batu Caves is one of the first things that comes up. A temple resting on a limestone hill said to be 400 million years old, Batu Caves is a unique place of worship for Hindus. The fact that it’s a temple sitting inside a cave is already intriguing… Continue reading The Batu Caves Of Malaysia

Adrenaline & Adventure · Backpacking and Beyond · Female Travel Hack · Hacks For Wanderlust · Solo Female Travel

Tips For Long Bus Rides And Overland Journey

Though overland travel seems dreadful to most, I actually do enjoy them. Given the right comfort of course, I love long bus rides. It can be very tiring, but there are times that I can also find relaxation in the middle of it. I haven’t done a full day of traveling because I like to split… Continue reading Tips For Long Bus Rides And Overland Journey

Backpacking and Beyond · Female Travel Hack · Hacks For Wanderlust · Solo Female Travel · Travel Listicle

How To Avoid Taxi Scams In South East Asia

via Just take a taxi, they said. It shouldn’t cost that much, they said… Taxi scams are scattered all over different parts of Asia. Though many are poorly executed that the drivers are just blatantly looking for a way to take more money, some are carried out so well that you may not even realize… Continue reading How To Avoid Taxi Scams In South East Asia

Backpacking and Beyond · Female Travel Hack · Hacks For Wanderlust · Inspirational Corner · Solo Female Travel · Thoughts

Confessions Of A [Married] Solo Twenty-Something Female Traveler

Coming from a culture where wives are expected to submit to their husbands, it was quite something to attempt to pull off a decision to go backpacking in Southeast Asia all by myself. Mind you, I was only gone for over a month, the first week of which, my husband joined me. We’ve gotten different reactions,… Continue reading Confessions Of A [Married] Solo Twenty-Something Female Traveler

Thailand Thoughts · Travel Tales

I Rode An Elephant And I’m Not Proud Of It

It seems that these days, one of the most popular things to do in Thailand is to ride an elephant. I mean, how authentic does that sound, right? You sitting on a saddle on the back of beautiful gentle animal, going for a stroll in the lush tropical jungle in an exotic land. Now that… Continue reading I Rode An Elephant And I’m Not Proud Of It

Backpacking and Beyond · Malaysia Memories · Travel Tales · World Lust

Kuala Lumpur For First Timers

When I booked my flight to Kuala Lumpur, I knew very little about the place. I just got back from Hong Kong and Macau and I was still running a travel bug fever. But why Kuala Lumpur? My husband (boyfriend at the time) asked me. I didn’t really have a reason when I booked it.… Continue reading Kuala Lumpur For First Timers

Adrenaline & Adventure · Backpacking and Beyond · Hacks For Wanderlust · World Lust

The ABC’s of Backpacking South East Asia

South East Asia is a beautiful portion of the world. With a plethora of culture combined with a medley of colonial history, it’s a place of diversity at it’s finest– a melting pot. There’s so many things to write about my experience that I intend to in the future, but for now, I’ll start off… Continue reading The ABC’s of Backpacking South East Asia