Independent travel implies complete freedom in the choice of housing, excursions, entertainment. Those who do not want to pay extra money to travel companies for the guide to take you to the most popular attractions literally by the hand, and want to get to know the customs of the local population and just like spending free time, usually go on their own traveling, buying plane tickets and collecting in a suitcase is all you need. What to bring to Indonesia? Indonesia is a country with a very developed infrastructure, with many shops and hypermarkets where you can buy what you forget to bring from your homeland, for example, a hat to protect your head from hot sunlight, a swimsuit, glasses and beach shoes. If you plan to visit temples, then bring along modest clothes covering your knees. Continue reading
Vietnam is a country open for tourists to visit. With a favorable visa regime. It is well suited for independent travel. But, as in any country, there are some nuances. Their knowledge, at times, seriously makes life easier.
You can come to Vietnam for a beach holiday, doing various types of surfing or eco-tourism. The purpose of the visit is not important, everyone will face common issues. First of all, communication. Knowledge of English is usually limited to tourist routes. It is worth stepping back a little, as you come across a complete misunderstanding. True, in this case, you can try to use the international sign language. Continue reading
One of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia is Cambodia. And speaking of “business cards,” for Cambodia it will be Angkor Wat and the phrase “one dollar,” pronounced in a compassionate voice. But, fortunately, not all Cambodians are like that. It takes a little to live among them in order to understand these people. An independent trip to Cambodia will provide such an opportunity.
Here we will not describe the sights and routes of tours, but share information that may be useful in travel. The phrase “one dollar” will haunt you from the very border. Only it will not be an ordinary citizen, but a border guard, and he will ask for not one, but five dollars. Well, to whom, to whom, and we are familiar with this situation painfully. The border guard will persuade that a visa costs $ 25, although a price of $ 20 has been announced on the official Cambodian website. So feel free to give $ 20 and stand your ground. Most likely, after that, interest in you will be lost. Continue reading
For any connoisseur of luxury, a five-star hotel is an important component of his trip. No matter where you go, everywhere you can stay in hotels that literally bathe in wealth and create the appropriate atmosphere of relaxation and comfort.
This article provides a list of unique hotels in the world of travelers. As you will see, it is not necessary that the best hotels are considered the most expensive or the most luxurious. The hotel, first of all, should attract a tourist for a trip to a particular place!
10. Kanahura / Kanuhura in the Maldives
If you ever wanted to relax on your desert island, to escape from the bustle, chances are that you were thinking of visiting the Maldives (Maldives). Consisting of coral atolls scattered across the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is a unique country. And Kanuhura, this is a terrific hotel that offers guests the opportunity to live in a luxurious villa, set on stilts in the ocean, creating the illusion that you are in your own villa! Continue reading