Bangkok in 24 hours

Guest blogger Anita Dykstra is a travel writer from New Zealand. You can read her great blog on her website. Bangkok is a chaotic city with a beautiful charm which makes tourists coming back for more each year. It’s...

Off the beaten track in Bangkok

by Ellen Curham Bangkok, Thailand’s capital and most populous city, is the definition of bustling. With over eight million residents in the city alone, and millions more visitors every year, finding something to do in this unique city...

Where to Watch the World Cup 2014 in Asia

This summer is set to be one of the most exciting FIFA World Cup tournaments ever. Brazil is the only country to have won the World Cup trophy five times making it one of the most famous nations in the...

How to See the Best of Laos & Cambodia in 3 Weeks

By Neil Barnes, Backpacksandbunkbeds.co.uk
South East Asia is a dream destination for many, but some can find it difficult to make travelling there a reality. So long is the journey from places like the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New...

5 Stops Around the World for Lonely Solo Travellers

By Nico Crisafulli One of the main problems solo travellers have about being on the road alone often stems from the very nature of their solo travelling, that they’re alone, and how being alone sometimes dampens the traveling spirit –...