This is the second installment to my Self-Guided Tour series which will help you achieve freedom and complete control of your itinerary. If you haven’t read the first one, CLICK HERE.
Thailand is one of those countries with stunning temples and amazing history. No trip in Bangkok is complete if you won’t visit any of its famous temples. These temples are near to each other which you could easily reach using public transport. What’s great is that you could visit all of them in one day! Here is the self-guided tour in Bangkok, Thailand showcasing 3 amazing temples in 1 day. Continue reading “Self-Guided Tour in Bangkok, Thailand: 3 Amazing Temples in 1 Day”
As a budget traveler, I don’t pay for a tour. I usually do it on my own or join a free one. Some of you might be wary of doing your own tour but you’d be surprised how easy it is to do especially if you have guides like this post. I believe every city is walkable. In fact, you could find a lot of free walking tours in most cities around the world online. You may join them if you want to but if you prefer freedom and complete control of your time, then this post is for you. Here is the self-guided walking tour showcasing the best of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam! Continue reading “Self-Guided Walking Tour: The Best of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam (With Map!)”
Bangkok will not be ranked as the No. 1 most popular city for international travelers without a reason. Having been to Bangkok as part of my Indochina journey, I returned home with a list of 7 reasons why you should visit Bangkok now. Continue reading “Top 7 Reasons Why You Should Visit Bangkok Now”
Unlike Europe, Asia doesn’t have a common currency which you could use in various countries. Thus, it is important to understand the currencies of the countries you want to visit in Asia. As of this writing, I’ve already been to Cambodia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Each of these countries has their own local currency. If you want to learn more, then read on! Continue reading “Money Matters: Understand the Currencies in Asia”
As we all know, euro is widely used in Europe. It is the official currency of most European countries. However, it is also important to note that not all European countries, whether a Schengen member or not, use euros. Thus, one must understand the other currencies used in Europe. So if you are planning on a Europe trip, then this post for you! Continue reading “Money Matters: Understand the Currencies in Europe”