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New Year’s Bucket List: Places to Visit in the First Half of 2020

Happy New Year, everyone!

As you might probably notice already, it’s my first post this year… And this time, I don’t wanna lose the momentum as I’ve collaborated with some fellow bloggers to serve you a list of places recommendations to visit this year.

Starting in this post, I’ll share with you the recommended places to visit in the first half of 2020. So, if you’re planning for a trip some time around January and June this year… It’s not too late for you to decide where you’re gonna go for your next trip.

So, what do we have here? Please check this out!

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Best Places to Visit in Asia

Asia is a continent that is flourishing at present. In terms of tourism, Asia has a lot to offer. Although keep in mind to be a responsible traveler in Asia for so many reasons. 

From the romance of Bali to the vibrancy of Bangkok, Asia is filled to the brim with personality. Moreover, what is so great about this continent is the fact that there is something for everybody.

Each location has something different to offer. Keeping that in mind, read on to discover more information about the best places to visit in Asia, the top attractions, and the best cities for street food…

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What You Could Get In Kathmandu For $10 – From Getting Scammed To Visiting Three Places All At Once!

By the time you’re reading this piece, I’ll probably get too busy due to Asian Games that will be held in Jakarta and Palembang starting this month.

And it’s not a coincidence that I mentioned it, because this week we’re going to cover a city in Asia for our What You Could Get In The City For $10 series. And not only that, because I’m also volunteering in the event so yeah…

Now, now… Thanks to Yen from Swing Abroad, as he is going to cover the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu this time.

I’ve never been to anywhere in Nepal before, but unfortunately, 2 of my seniors during high school have been declared ‘gone’ during the huge earthquake there 2 years ago. We’ve never found their bodies, at least not until now. The only thing we found is one of their ID cards a few weeks after it happened.

Like it or hate it, Nepal for me is also associated with the tragedy. So, before we start… I wish everyone safety and good time wherever you travel! 🙂

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