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Kenting National Park Travel Blog (Pingtung, Taiwan)
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Situated on the southern-most tip of Taiwan lies Kenting National Park (墾丁國家公園), the favorite summer playground of the island nation. Famous for its scenic beaches and dramatic coastline, the park has long been a premier travel destination for both locals … Read More

Best of Central Vietnam: 4-Days Itinerary
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Though the narrowest stretch of the country, Central Vietnam is packed with plenty of historical, cultural and natural wonders. Traditionally overshadowed by the more well-known northern and southern regions of the beautiful country, Central Vietnam has grown into a firm … Read More

11-Days Free & Easy Itinerary for Japan (Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Hakone)
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-Looking for itinerary for Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hakone? -Planning for a free & easy trip to Japan, but don’t know where/how to start?  -Want to discover the best of Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hakone, but not sure how to best … Read More

Bario: Beauty and serenity in the Malaysian Borneo Highlands
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Bario is a beautiful and serene town located in a plateau (1000m above sea level) in the Malaysian Borneo highlands close to the Indonesian border. Picturesque mountains covered with jungles surround the town, while daily fogs drift amidst them; setting … Read More

Top 8 Attractions in and around Reykjavik; capital of Iceland
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Iceland has long been famed for its raw and dramatic landscape, a dream destination for any avid landscape photographer. Located between Greenland and Norway, the island nation is at the juncture of the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans. Formed around … Read More

Explore Central Helsinki in 4 hours
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Passing through Helsinki (Finland) and only have a few hours to spare? Stuck in a long and boring transit at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport? Fret not! Make good use of your time and explore the best of central Helsinki in 4 hours or … Read More

Things to do in Boracay
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With its pristine beaches, clear turquoise water and bustling nightlife, Boracay is the Philippines’ undisputed leading tourist hotspot. Boracay is a relatively small island (~10km²), and is nested in the middle of the Philippines’ archipelago, an hour’s flight from Manila. … Read More

How can foreigners get a driving license in China
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China is an extremely scenic country with fascinating cultures that stretch back centuries. Naturally, foreign visitors (like ourselves) often look for ways to do self-drive tours of this vast country. However, for those making such plans, the first and greatest … Read More

How to get to Boracay (Philippines)
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Boracay is a small island (10km²) within the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. It is a stone throw (~2km) off the northwestern tip of the much larger Panay Island. With its stunning beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and bustling … Read More

Taroko Gorge Blog (Hualien, Taiwan)
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Taroko Gorge (太魯閣) is regularly featured as one of the top tourist destination in Taiwan. With its dramatic narrow canyons and steep-sided marble walls, it is easy to understand why the breathtaking Taroko Gorge is usually near the top of … Read More

Pingxi and Jiufen Travel Guide, Taiwan
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With its spectacular landscapes and bustling cities, Taiwan is a favourite travel destination in East Asia. Located on its northern tip, Taipei is the island’s capital, largest city and its top tourist hot spot. Most foreign tourist visit Taipei for … Read More

Guide to Ha Long Bay and Cat Ba Island, Vietnam
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Vietnam is an incredibly charming country with picturesque landscapes. Within this fascinating South East Asian country, Ha Long Bay is undoubtedly the crown jewel of its natural wonders. Such is Ha Long Bay’s beauty and prominence that most visitors to … Read More

Places to see in Hanoi, Vietnam
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From as early as the 11th century, Hanoi has been the political center stage of Vietnam. The city, located on the western bank of the Red River, was only briefly overtaken by the imperial capital at Hue (central Vietnam) during … Read More

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