Myanmar Southeast Asia

Visiting Lake Inle, Myanmar

Myanmar is one of the most interesting, beautiful places I have visited. Only really accessible to tourists from 2010, it is still relatively untouched compared to the rest of Southeast Asia. The locals are still excited to see turtle-like tourists scurrying around. As it is still underdeveloped, there aren’t a lot of places you are …

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Shwegagon Pagoda sunset
Myanmar Southeast Asia

Shwedagon Pagoda, Myanmar

Yangon was one of my favourite places in Myanmar. The city is vibrant and bustling, everything you would expect from a Southeast Asian city. Unlike its counterparts in Thailand and Malaysia, it is still undeveloped. This makes it a great place to explore, although I wouldn’t suggest staying here for more than a few days. …

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Thailand

Visiting The Grand Palace, Bangkok

No trip to Bangkok is complete without a visit to the Grand Palace. I’ll put my hands up here and be honest. It wasn’t until my 4th trip to Bangkok that I finally found the time to visit. I couldn’t believe how beautiful it was! I am perhaps a bit of a philistine, but I …

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Laos Southeast Asia

Laos: Vientiane Buddha Park

Vientiane If you travel to Laos, chances are you’ll find yourself in Vientiane. It’s the first town you reach if you are travelling from Bangkok. As the capital, I was naively expecting something on par with Bangkok or Phnom Penh. Vientiane is nothing like this. Far smaller, it boasts a population of only 210, 000 …

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Southeast Asia

6 Packing Mistakes I Made for Southeast Asia

I have been to Southeast Asia a couple of times now. Whenever I go on a trip, I learn something new, especially about packing. Saying that, I always make mistakes so it’s a constant process! Here is what I learned from my most recent trip! Less After sun/Less toiletries I always get overexcited when toiletries …

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Bagan
Destinations Myanmar

Bagan Photo Diary

Bagan is one of those places that can never truly be captured on camera. It is full or majesty and beauty, and it’s pretty much unlike any other place I have ever been. I would describe it as Ankor Wat before the backpacker train engulfed it. And I’m sure that the reasons I love about …

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