If you’re among my close friends, you know full well that I’m borderline obsessed with Hong Kong. A couple years ago, I would up living in this fabulous city for about six months. I’ve gone back a few times since then to visit friends—in fact, I’m planning one this year! Besides seeing some of my
*This is a guest post by Rohit Agarwal of Transindiatravels. Being the 7th largest country in the World, India strikes the right chord as a tourist destination. It is located at the peninsular region of Asia amidst 3 different oceanic bodies. Home to the Indus valley Civilization and a region of historic trade routes and vast empire, its
I fell in love with Hong Kong like so many others: quick and effortless. It’s funny how a few months in a city can completely change your perceptions. For whatever reason, Hong Kong was never a city I “needed” to see. Sure, it intrigued me but it wasn’t a place I yearned to explore. Yet, as
Before arriving to Chiang Mai, I expected it to be a budget-backpacker paradise. For years I’ve been hearing (and reading) about how affordable it is to live in Thailand, and Chiang Mai in particular. However, I also found the city to be luxurious, too. My personal travel style is one that bridges the gap between the two.
During my summer living in Hong Kong, Taiwan was near the top of my list of countries to visit. Unfortunately, I never made it there (yet!) so for now, it remains on my travel bucketlist. That said, I took advantage of Hong Kong’s amazing food scene and indulged in a few decadent Taiwanese meals. For those of
I should probably preface this article by saying that while you can tour China in a day, I’d recommend planning a longer trip. That said, you can still accomplish quite a bit during a full day tour. I opted to book through Viator, as I’ve written for their blog over the past few years and
Since first starting Bohemian Trails nearly five years ago, I’ve heard nothing but rave reviews about Chiang Mai. Yet, it always seemed so far away and out of reach. Fast forward to this summer when my husband and I spent some time in Hong Kong. One of the biggest perks about living in Hong Kong is
First off, I want to acknowledge that I’ve been more than a bit MIA lately. It’s been a crazy few weeks, both work and personal life related and thus, it’s been awhile since my last post! So, now that I’m back in the swing of things, I wanted to start off with a post about Angkor
*This is a guest post by professional photographer Angela Altus. You can view more of her work here. Half the beauty of any country is in its people. Vietnam is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The people are genuine, kind and present. They live for today, and hold their communities tight.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin As thrilling as Hong Kong Island is, don’t underestimate the natural beauty of the New Territories. About two weeks ago, I left the comfort of my Central apartment and went on an all day adventure to Tai Long Wan and wow, did it blow me out of the water (pun