Beautiful Bali in Instagram Photos

Good things come to those who wait and that’s exactly what happened on our belated honeymoon. Back when we were planning our wedding, we decided to have a travel registry rather than a more traditional one. At the time, we planned on going to South Africa but as the months passed and we finally got

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Traditional and Modern Influences in Kyoto

Kyoto is often considered a traditional city, particularly because there are so many temples and places of worship. While that’s certainly true in many aspects, I also found it to be very modern and full of creative people doing innovative things. Here are three cultural activities that I recommend for any savvy and stylish traveler…and

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5 Fascinating Faces of Tokyo

Although my time in Tokyo was short, I was still able to experience several unique aspects of the city. It almost felt like a sneak peek though because as soon as I touched down in New York City I was ready to turn back around. Like most international hubs, there are so many different ways

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Kyoto Neighborhood Guide

I found Kyoto very manageable, especially compared to a larger city like Tokyo. I spent three days exploring the different neighborhoods, sampling local food and people-watching whenever my legs needed a break. Kyoto has a good number of neighborhoods and just like other cities like New York and London, each feels different and appeals to

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Cultural Attractions Beyond Tokyo

Japan was absolutely beautiful in October, not that I expected anything less. Before reaching Tokyo and then moving on to Kyoto, our group spent several days exploring a few of Tokyo’s neighboring towns and attractions that are often overlooked by tourists. The only thing I would change if I could do this over would be

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How to Navigate Tokyo’s Famous Fish Market

My first trip to Tokyo lasted less than 72 hours so I really didn’t have too much time to explore every neighborhood or visit every historical monument. I did, however, spend a few hours at the famous Tsukiji fish market and wow – what an day! We arrived there around 8am, which sounds early but by

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Budget Guide to Traditional Vietnam Foods

This is a guest post from Agness of eTramping. When strolling down the streets of Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, you can smell the fish sauce, seafood, rice, baguettes and fresh noodles. The smell is so intense you feel like eating all the time. Although the food is quick to make, it always contains

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5 Cultural Ways to Tour Macau

This is a guest post from Jeremy Albelda, who runs The World or Bust and Top Spot Travel. If China has always been somewhere you’ve wanted to go, but you can’t live with the thought of not being able to check your Facebook (ya, it’s banned on Mainland China), you have two options, Hong Kong, or Macau

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5 Adventurous Excursions in the Philippines

This is a guest post from Phoebe Magdirila of Maiden Voyage Travel. 5 Adventurous Excursions in the Philippines The tropical country Philippines, known for its archipelagic state, has too much in store that travelers seeking for adventure can find a lot of other interesting places apart from just being in the bustling streets of a congested

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Off the Grid Beaches in Thailand

This post is written by Global Basecamps. Thailand has it all: ancient ruins, holy temples, elephant rides, world-class parties, and so help me Buddha, the very best, cheapest street food I have ever tasted. There is one other thing you will encounter while touring here though: other tourists. Tons of them. When we travel, many

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