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.
Hiking to Ijen Crater may not be that easy, but seeing the volcano’s blue flame makes all the challenges of going there very much worth it.
What can you do in Singapore? Plenty! From food and shopping — to even admiring Changi, the best airport in the world — Singapore has so much to offer.
India has a rich heritage and culture. For female solo travelers, it can be chaotic at first, but with these tips, it can be easy to fall in love with this country.
Beyond delicious food and sweet coffee, Ipoh in Malaysia has loads to offer travelers who are interested in culture and history. Walk around the city to appreciate the Ipoh heritage.
Have you been to Antique? This province in Panay Island has so many natural wonders, including the beautiful Seco Island that I visited last June.
The Philippines is not just pristine white beaches and virgin islands. Up north, the mountains of Banaue are waiting. (This is a guest post by Noam Toister)
Malalison Island in Antique Province is a feast for the senses with its stunning views and white sand beaches. Visit if you love the sun, sand, and the sea!
If you’re planning to go to Siargao Island, stay at Kermit Surf and Dive. Here’s my experience there (3 days and 2 nights).
No trip to Jordan would be complete without visiting the Dead Sea, that famed body of water where everything and everyone will float.
Dubbed as the Queen City of the South, Cebu is a veritable melting pot of cultures, with numerous local and international visitors making it their home. Here are the top places to visit in Cebu.
Jordan is not only about Petra and the Dead Sea. You will find well-preserved archaeological sites, too, including the ancient Roman ruins in Jerash. Highly recommended to visit!