Recently I stumbled across a nudist beach whilst taking a stroll through the national park of Noosa, just north of Byron Bay on the east coast of Australia. In my British ’pommy’ prudishness I quite frankly would’ve looked less awkward if you’d have shoved a spade up my (fully clothed) bum.
Travel is picking up faster than ever in Myanmar, a country that only recently opened its borders up to tourism – here’s what to know.
New Zealand: Home to the Hobbit, yes. But also to endless natural beauty, to mountains overlooking mirror lakes, to adrenaline-fuelled adventures that make you want to (or perhaps force you to actually) pee your pants.
Myanmar is a bit more expensive to travel than its SE Asian neighbors, but it’s possible to find accommodations on a budget. Check out our guide!
Travel is picking up faster than ever in Myanmar, a country that only recently opened its borders up to tourism. And things are changing rapidly. When planning my own 3-week trip, I found heaps of conflicting information online – so here’s a rundown of what I experienced.
Mynamar is one of the only places in Southeast Asia (along with Vietnam) where you need to have a visa-in-hand before arrival. Embassies to Myanmar are located in most capital cities throughout the region, based on what I’ve heard from travelers Bangkok tends to be the easiest option.
The cynics who say Thailand has become just another number on the list of boozy getaways probably haven’t been to Khao Sok in the South or the mountainous provinces of the North – it has a lot to offer that (despite implications in this post) do go beyond partying, promiscuity and pest-eating; it’s just a case of getting out there and discovering it.
Only have a few days in Malaysia’s most bustling city, Kuala Lumpur? Check out our guide for what to do.
Celebrated mid-April in Thailand as the traditional New Year’s Day, Songkran has evolved into the absolute largest water festival in the world – and is the festival to end all festivals.