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    40 reviews

    This place made me feel at home despite being a brief traveler, the infectious down to earth quality grants Taiwan tremendous appeal. Taiwan has the best of street foods and night markets; beautiful, undisturbed views of the mountains and the sea just a hour away from Taipei city; cutesie hobbie imports from Japan and high end fashion brands from Europe; ...

  • 2


    122 reviews

    So amazing! Extremly controversial. Somtimes you will hate it, but most times you will love it!

  • 3


    149 reviews

    A bit of a cheat this one as I can’t recommend Thailand as an adventure destination without also giving a massive thumbs up to the entire region of South-East Asia, but Thailand is the best place to start, offering just the right levels of crazy, danger and fun to make a truly unforgettable adventure. The chaotic, sprawling city of Bangkok ...

  • 4


    68 reviews

    For savvy travelers, one would have to visit Singapore at least once. For foodies out there, you'll have a gastronomic feast with all the delicious plates they have to offer. I'd definitely go back for another visit sometime soon.

  • 5


    45 reviews

    Maldives is the best place if you want a relaxing time on the beach or love snorkeling / diving. The white sandy beaches with turquoise lagoons and azure blue skies makes you wonder is this is actual paradise :)

  • 6


    14 reviews

    The ban on television was lifted a good few years ago, so now the good people of Bhutan can be as miserable as the rest of us while enduring the latest talent(less) show or soap opera that’s being pumped into their homes like a great big digital fart. But happily – and take note good hippies of the road – ...

  • 7


    117 reviews

    I love the islands. I have never come to a place with so many beautiful beaches in my life. There are so many things to do in Philippines for all kinds of people. My favorite thing to do is to relax on a beach and enjoy how friendly the locals are, and trust me they are the friendliest and nicest ...

  • 8


    16 reviews

    The last 10 years has seen an explosion of tourism in Laos with backpackers spilling in from neighboring Thailand. With not the off-the-beaten-path destination it once was, life is still unhurried here and infrastructure basic. Extremely friendly people and beautiful landscape and culture are the main draws. Great country to relax and take it easy. My only criticism is that ...

  • 9


    49 reviews

    The Best Things to Do In Vietnam #6 -- Access ethic tribal minorities at villages nestled in the lush hills near Sapa, and share a cup of tea with locals in their rustic mountain homes. #5 -- Hanoi city tour to the Old Quarter & enjoy Hanoi street food. #4 -- Take a private cooking class with a gourmet chef ...

  • 10


    88 reviews

    What an experience of a lifetime, visiting Malaysia, especially the islands. You get to see many cultures as Malaysia is inhabited by Chinese Malaysians, Indian Malaysians and Malay Malaysians. Which each have their own sub culture within this enormous culture. You will have no trouble travelling as there is abundance of public transport, trains buses the taxi's are very expensive ...

  • 11


    41 reviews

    While Thailand and Vietnam get all the Southeast Asian press, the lovely nation of Cambodia often gets overlooked. Few ever go beyond the dark reputation of Phnom Penh's infamous Tuol Sleng prison and the Killing Fields, or 'must-see' reputation of the temples of Angkor in the north. Some travellers even skip the country entirely, choosing to devote more time to ...

  • 12


    31 reviews

    Nepal Is a popular tourist destination, most popular for adventure, trekking & sightseeing.

  • 13


    23 reviews

    Myanmar (Burma is used more or less interchangeably, though locals seem to favor the former name these days) is a Southeast Asian country distinguished mostly by what it DOESN'T have: loads of tourists. In contrast to Thailand, Angkor or Vietnam, this nation at the crossroads of south and southeast Asia can seem positively empty of visitors, and that's part of ...

  • 14


    126 reviews

    China is the first country I ever traveled to and despite my reservations regarding its government, I absolute love Zhongguo (it's China's name in Chinese and means "middle kingdom"). The food is diverse, varied, and delicious. The landscape is overwhelmingly vast and the people while reserved are very friendly and hospitable to foreigners.

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    126 reviews

    HOw can you not love Japan? This unique country, with its unusual blend of ancient traditions and ways with its' technology prowess and facsinations, is a study in contrasts and harmonies. Nowhere will you find the simple beauty of a Zen tea ceremony mixed with the crazy, trendy fasion and lifestyle of the Harajuku girls of Tokyo. Japan is almost ...

  • 16

    Sri Lanka

    50 reviews

    It was very tempting to put India on this list as even buying a train ticket in India is an adventure in itself, but Sri Lanka has pipped it to the post by being compact enough to explore in a couple of weeks, but fascinating enough to keep budding adventurers like yourself going back year after year. Exploring the sacred ...

  • 17

    South Korea

    69 reviews

    Stayed in Mapo for the first night, then started my program at YONSEI which is in the sinchon area. it's a great area, obviously not the MOST exciting but since it was new to me it was a great place to go to with friends and explore when classes were over, spent a lot of time at Barfly and Yaletown ...

  • 18


    77 reviews

    We couldn't agree more with Matthew Crompton. Indonesia has varies tourist destinations. From West to East, from Aceh to Papua. And it's not just Bali. You can find more about Indonesia, the travel and tips, in our website It's your window to exploring Indonesia!

  • 19


    2 reviews

    If you know one thing about Turkmenistan, it’s probably that from 1991 until 2006 it was run by the craziest dictator this side of the King of the Potato People. Saparmurat Niyazov aka Turkmenbashi was (in)famous for his golden statues (of himself, naturally) and burning desire to build an ice palace in the middle of the scorching hot desert. He ...

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