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5 Iconic Backpacker Bars in Southeast Asia

Travelling to Southeast Asia? Fancy a drink? You absolutely cannot miss these iconic backpacker bars! These are the places everyone who's been to Southeast Asia goes to, and they're sure to bring some wild nights, new friends, and a whole lot of fun. Don't miss them!

Unexpected Tips: The 5 Best Activities Southeast Asia Offers

Southeast Asia... There's nowhere in the world like this crazy little region. There are countless things to do here, and hey, it can be a little overwhelming. Luckily, fellow travel blogger, Isabel, is here to share her top 5 activities Southeast Asia has on offer... and they sound fantastic.

10 Signs You’ve Backpacked in Southeast Asia

1. You own elephant pants or fisherman pants 2. You have this picture (or a very similar one) did you even go to Asia if you didn’t get to see some elephants? 3. You know food poisoning is not an “if,” but a “when” and you know that it’s NOT going to be a fun couple hours/days 4. You love street animals dogs, cats, all of them! 5...

Popular Southeast Asia Itineraries

I’ve lived off and on through Southeast Asia for a big chunk of my life. The best memories from my childhood come from tubing down a river in Laos (yes, the one that was known for death by bar-hopping/drugs) and playing with elephants (ethically!) in Chiang Mai, with some rock climbing in Souterhn China thrown in there. I moved to Singapore to finish high...

Travel Journal: Siem Reap (Border Hopping, Temples, and Eating Bugs!)

Border hopping is an exhausting, all day ordeal, but we’re in Cambodia and our day was quite the adventure! We almost missed the train from HuaLongPhong (Bangkok’s train station) to Aranyaprathet, but we made it on with 10 minutes to spare. The train costs 48 baht (about $1.40) and takes 4 hours (although it took us a little longer). The ride was long and...