Bali is one of the most popular destinations in Indonesia. Nature, nightlife, religion, culture, and more can be appreciated here by solo travelers. Here are some Bali solo travel tips for you.
There are more to Chiang Mai than digital nomads working in cafes. If you go visit, make sure to drop by Wat Sri Suphan, the silver temple of Chiang Mai.
If you want to stay at a budget, but comfortable, hotel in Hong Kong, check out Mini Hotel Central. Here’s my review.
Are you planning on going to Cebu soon? Here’s our Cebu solo travel tips plus a comprehensive guide on what to do and where to go once you’re there.
Most people visit the Underground River in Palawan with a tour group. If you want to experience it more, though, do a DIY tour. Here’s how.
Hong Kong is all about shopping, yes, but did you know you can also have off the beaten path experiences with some shopping malls there? Take a look.
Traveling to Japan? Make sure to include Kansai in your itinerary. From food, deer, and UNESCO sites, here are some reasons why visiting this region is a must.
Want to swim in one of the clearest and cleanest streams in Surigao del Sur? Head to the Libuacan Cold Spring in Tagbina, less than an hour from Hinatuan.
There’s more to Indonesia than Bali or Yogyakarta. From good food to nice beaches, Makassar, the capital of South Sulawesi, has a lot to offer!
Do you have a few days to spend on the islands in Indonesia? Choose Gili Trawangan in Lombok. Aside from snorkeling and diving, you can do so many things there.
Traveling to Palawan in the Philippines soon? Check out these five El Nido attractions suggested by a fellow traveler and writer.
Bandung is best known for its outlet stores, yes, but don’t miss out on the exciting experiences that you can only find in its outskirts. Here are some day trips from Bandung that you can go to.