If you are traveling to Cambodia, then you will certainly never be short of things to do. It doesn’t matter whether you want to go hiking, biking or even sight-seeing because there is truly something for everyone.
Hello, everyone… How has your April been so far?! Got any prank last April Fools?
Speaking of which, did you know that 5 April marks “Read A Road Map Day”?!
Well, yes… Today is the day, and therefore I’ve got an idea to compile a collab post about some easily navigated cities in Southeast Asia. The cities whose maps are easy to read and navigate, with some handy transportation options to get around.
Honestly, it’s not as easy as it sounds to find the cities with such description in Southeast Asia. But good teamwork leads us here, and here I present you with the 13 easily navigated places in the region. Recommended by me and some other fellow bloggers! 😉
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…
In case you’re not familiar with my traveling style, my traveling style is something in-between a budget traveler and not-so luxurious one.
I mean, I’m totally fine with the idea of staying at a cheap motel with a small room as long as I could get a quality time through doing my makeup without any disruption. I’m not exactly the kind of person who would ask for a pic anytime I see a good stop for the ‘gram, but clothes and makeup are the essential things for me to travel comfortably.
I’m not exactly fashionable, as I’m kind of a sucker when it comes to the idea of mix and match things I’ve got in my clothes. However, I’m not exactly a t-shirt and jeans kind of person either.
So, if you could relate to the situation and you’re planning to travel around South East Asia, let me share with you the tips and trick on how to travel fashionably in this part of the world! 😉