Asia Travel Guide
Asia is so much more than pristine Thai beaches or idyllic Indonesian islands. From the green hills of Lebanon in the Middle East to the Chinese deserts, Asia is a continent of magnificent contradictions waiting to take your breath away at every turn.
Whether you choose the luxury of Dubai hotels or the comfort of a Combodian backpacker’s hostel, this guide full of great blog posts will help you to plan your trip to Asia.
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Dubai Marina is one of the favourite hot spots of many tourists. The tremendous high rises, the luxury hotels and of course the white sandy beaches attract loads of international travellers every year. One of the things I noticed, however,
The ancient city of Baalbek Lebanon is located in the somewhat dangerous Bekaa Valley. In fact, when consulting the travel advisory websites of both the UK and Belgium we found that this ancient wonder is located in a red zone
When people ask me what sure to visit in Kathmandu, The Narayanhiti Palace Museum is one of the things that instantly springs to mind. This royal palace built in 1963 is not only a time machine back to the 60’s,
Are you planning a trip to Dubai? What to wear in Dubai – and more importantly: what not, is a question I often receive in my mailbox. Although a lot of websites make the Dubai Dresscode out to be more
What if I told you, you can experience the luxury side of Dubai without breaking the bank? you have probably seen me and Josh dining in world-class restaurants, going to brunches or just enjoying a nice (yet expensive) meal… Let
Who says Dubai always needs to be expensive? In fact – it is very easy to find cheap hotels in Dubai. These 10 hotels in Deira will not break the bank while being in the centre of Dubai. I compiled
Dubai is an amazing city that perfectly marries luxury city life with beach resorts. Although many tourists are tempted by the beautiful inner-city skyscraper hotels, you might also want to have a look at the luxury beach hotels in Dubai.
Arriving in a place or country where you do not know the country can be very hard. Especially in Xi’An where not many people speak English. Joshua and I were very lucky as we were visiting a friend and he
With the many skyscrapers and luxury restaurants and bars, it might not come as a surprise that Dubai has many great rooftop bars. In fact, I feel like half Dubai migrates to sitting in rooftop bars in the winter! Winters
Many people think that alcohol is completely banned in Dubai and the United Arab Emirates, and therefore importing, buying and / or drinking alcohol are punishable by harsh jail sentences. I don’t blame people for thinking this as the Western
When travelling abroad it is always handy to know what kind of money is used, whether you need to exchange money beforehand and what credit cards are accepted – or, more importantly: which ones are not accepted. As Dubai is
Are you booking a holiday to Dubai? Or maybe you are flying out to the city of the Burj Khalifa real soon? Before travelling to Dubai, you might want to take a look at these 7 pieces of practical information.
When we booked our trip to Nepal, we originally wanted to divide our time between Kathmandu and Pokhara. Because our plans to go to Pokhara fell through – no more plane tickets, we decided to spend the complete week in
Joshua and I are massive foodies. We travel to eat. Literally. We choose our destinations depending on the food we like and food we would love to try. And in all honesty: Nepal was no different! When I was living
Before my husband and I moved to Dubai, we were terrified of the sun and how hot it would be. We thought we would burn to a crisp the moment we stepped food outside of our apartment. We had no
When visiting Dubai for the first time, you NEED to do a desert safari. Why? Because it is the most fun way to experience the desert, and you can get a taste of local food and – although highly touristified,
Dubai Mall is the biggest mall in the world! So when you are visiting Dubai, you NEED to visit Dubai Mall. It is a shopping heaven for both skint shoppers like me as luxury fasionistas. I love going to Dubai
On our way back from London to Dubai we decided to stop in Lebanon for a few days. All in all, it came out pretty cheap (we paid £60 more to stop in Lebanon rather than to just have a
Although Beirut’s international airport ( Beirut Rafic Hariri ) only lies 9 kilometres from the city centre, it can be a bit of a pain to get into central Beirut. There is no public transport to and from the airport,