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    5 best Chiang Mai day trips: discover the nature and culture

    This is post 7 of 10 in the series “Thailand” Chiang Mai, the old capital of the Lanna Kingdom and the jewel of northern Thailand has many things to offer with beautiful temples, a historic old city as well as numerous restaurants and massage places. However, there are so much to do around the city […]

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    My 1 Day Itinerary in Hong Kong

    This is post 31 of 41 in the series “Hong Kong” There is a lot to see in Hong Kong, and truth be told, you would be hard-pressed to come up with an ideal one-day itinerary for Hong Kong. The tourist guides always get you to go to Lamma Island to see the Big Buddha […]

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    Beitou Hot Spring: a wellness escape in Taipei

    This is post 5 of 8 in the series “Taiwan” Beitou has long been the hot spring hotspot in Taipei, and it continues to be today with the development of XinBeitou (as in New Beitou). There’s nothing more magical then soaking in hot water after a tired trip or during the cold weather, I mean, […]

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    Taipei to Jiufen: a day trip in the rain

    This is post 4 of 8 in the series “Taiwan” Jiufen is most famous for being the setting of Spirited Away, of mountainside buildings, stone staircases, and red lanterns. Located about two hours away from Taipei, it’s a popular choice for a day trip whether it’s done in combination with Xifen or other cities. I […]

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    Tung Ping Chau Day trip: hidden Hong Kong

    This is post 27 of 41 in the series “Hong Kong” Tung Ping Chau is an island in northeast Hong Kong, much closer to China than Hong Kong itself. This little island is not only famous for its unique rock formation, but also part of a marine park. Tung Ping Chau’s unique landscape and remoteness […]

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    A Day trip to Taichung

    This is post 3 of 8 in the series “Taiwan” Taichung is situated in the middle of Taiwan, a denoted by its name in Chinese. Apart from the city center, there’s a lot of things to do in the Taichung area, such as Kaomei Wetland and hiking up the nearby Yuan Zui mountain. If you are […]

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    Split to Plitvice Lakes: a self-drive road trip

    This is post 12 of 12 in the series “Croatia” Plitvice National Park is without a doubt the most famous landmark in Croatia. Consisting of 16 stunning lakes connected by a series of beyond-this-world waterfalls, it’s on the bucket list of every visitor who enters Croatia. We are not exempt from the allure of the […]

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    A half day guide to visiting Krka National Park

    This is post 11 of 12 in the series “Croatia” The less famous sister of Plitvice National Park, Krka National Park is situated between the ancient Roman town of Split and the town of Zadar. There are many confusions regarding how to enter the Krka National Park, and truth be told after hours of research online the only […]

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    A Day trip to Eze and Monaco

    This is post 6 of 6 in the series “France” When researching for my trip to South of France, I scrolled through thousands of images of Pinterest trying to narrow down my itinerary. And the most striking images are from the town of Eze not far from Nice. Therefore, when planning my itinerary I left […]

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    The Ultimate half day Guide to Forbidden City, Beijing

    This is post 1 of 5 in the series “China” The Forbidden City in Beijing had served as the center of China’s politics and power for half a millennium, lasting from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty through the 15th century to the early 1900s. Covering a whopping 72 hectares with […]

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