Don’t Book Your Next Trip Until You Read This Blog

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Let’s start by saying, this post is the odd-one-out from all of my previous ones! In all my blogs I keep sharing our travel experiences, tips & tricks and information that one needs to know about a place before they travel. But apart from knowing all those details about a destination, a few technical questions still remain unanswered.

  • Package tours or Self-booked tours? How to choose?
  • How to find economic flight prices online?
  • How to book budget friendly hotels?

Well, to brief it up… You asked for this! We have been receiving messages from many of you, about sharing our knowledge and experience about planning and booking a complete tour. And, here you go! In this blog I would share all the secrets of travel bookings that we follow when we plan our trips – of course, the most economic way!

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How to Travel from Hoi An to My Son?

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Vietnam is full of wonders! One of them being a beautiful, sea-side historic town named Hoi-An and another, the age-old, abandoned, archaeological ruins of My-Son sanctuary. Both of these destinations are situated in the middle of the country accessible from the nearest airport of Da-Nang city. Most of the tourists stay at Hoi-An and book either a guided day tour to My-Son, or just book a to-n-fro car ride for a much more comfortable experience. However, all those (like us) who love adventure and have the nature of an explorer, almost always prefer motorcycle rides! Though the roads are rough and long, a motorcycle ride from Hoi-An to My-Son can gift the travellers a perfect look and feel of the core Vietnamese country side, it’s people and their lifestyle. Read Along to know more about planning a day trip from Hoi-An town to the My-Son sanctuary.

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Ha Long Bay or Lan Ha Bay? The Ultimate Cruising Guide

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The Lan Ha Bay, Vietnam

Vietnam is an unforgettable country! For about 10 eventful days we visited many exotic destinations from south to north Vietnam, and our amazing 2 Days & 1 Night Cruise trip to Lan Ha Bay was a magical experience! Most of the tourists travel to Ha Long Bay, for it is more famous and geologically richer. Whereas Lan Ha Bay, being an extension of the very same Ha Long Bay is much less-cluttered, serene and clean. Here’s everything you need to know about choosing between the two.

If you haven’t read our last blog about the top 5 tips to know before travelling to Vietnam, check this link now –

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Top 5 Travel Tips For Vietnam

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The iconic Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

Located on the eastern most side of the Indo-China Peninsular of South-East Asia, Vietnam is a country filled with stunning landscapes, exotic natural wonders, rich cultural heritage and monumental history. This time our trip to Vietnam was very different. Because we took a detour this time, through the rough roads, away from the touristy hustle-bustles. We travelled from the south to north Vietnam, motorbiking through the rural areas and interacted with the real country and its people – so loving and always smiling, so interested in foreigners yet so autonomous and self-esteemed. This country has risen from the ashes of a horrific warfare and political devastation, yet is standing wise and strong, greeting the world with open arms. Surely, one cannot stop falling in love with Vietnam!

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Amsterdam – Part II – The City of Choices

Amsterdam city in early October

Welcome back to beautiful Amsterdam – a city that never ceases to amaze! In my last blog “Amsterdam – Part I – The Ultimate Travel Guide” we have been discussing about all the important facts you need to know before getting there and staying there. In this blog I would concentrate more on the character of the city. This is a chameleon city that changes its colour with every traveller’s very own choice and perspective. And that is what we loved the most about Amsterdam.

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Amsterdam – Part I – The Ultimate Travel Guide

 

One of the many beautiful canals and it’s adjacent street , Amsterdam

Beautiful, captivating, free… wondering what is a perfect word to describe Amsterdam – the city that reigns every traveler’s bucket list! Amsterdam has earned it’s fame not only for it’s pretty looking cobblestone streets alongside an extensive number of neatly carved canals, but also for the rich history, art and culture that it carries, and never the less for the progressive, free-spirited, off-the-hook lifestyle that it offers.

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Bali – The island of divinity, beauty and wonderful people

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The iconic Rice Terrace, Bali

Bali emerged as one of the most popular travel destinations of the world in recent times. A small Indonesian island amidst the enormous beryl Indian Ocean, with its span of 5780 square kilometres of rugged volcanic landscape is the home to two active volcanoes, capacious stretch of beautiful beaches, rain forest, lush-fertile rice terraces, Mangrove pockets and approximately 20,000 Hindu temples. The most amazing part of being in Bali is that all the different townships here have different types of landscapes yet have a very deep-rooted, intrinsic cultural identity.

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Travel Thailand – A Quick Guide

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Ao Nang beach, Thailand

Thailand is a traveler’s paradise and one of most popular travel destinations in South-east Asia. Famous for it’s budget friendly lifestyle, Thailand has earned a position in the bucket-lists of nearly all digital nomads and backpackers. While it is economic, Thailand also offers some world-class travel experiences such as stunning beaches, amazing diving and underwater experience, adventure-sports activities, lush green tropical forests, crazy nightlife and mouthwatering food!

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