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Anna’s Spa: Where to Go for Brazilian Wax and Khmer Massage in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

In case you didn’t know, I regularly go to waxing parlor every month for two main things: eyebrow threading and Brazilian waxing. Ever since I moved back to my hometown, I’ve become a member of Waxhaus to get some extra benefits from being a regular customer in the parlor.

However, on my last trip to Indochina, I spent almost 2 months on the road that I had to find an alternative place to do this form of self-care.

After I did my last waxing session in Bandung before I flew to Kuala Lumpur, I figured I needed to get some Brazilian wax again when I reached Phnom Penh.

The reason for that was crystal clear, I didn’t like to be bushy down there, and I matched with someone on Bumble that I felt like I might have a holiday hookup at the time. LMAO.

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What You Could Get in Prague for $10 – More Ways to Explore the Heart of Europe on a Budget

If you follow the $10 series in my blog from the beginning, you probably know that the first city that I covered for the series is Prague.

Now that it’s been a couple of years since the first post published, I’m excited to connect with Alexandra of East Coast Contessa as she’s going to share with us more and more things to do around Prague for $10 USD!

So, what other things could we do within the budget in the capital city of Czech Republic? Go czech this out! 😛

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The Best Tour Options and Things to Do in Kampot: Bokor Mountain or Pepper Plantation?

Hi everyone! 

I’ve been feeling demotivated lately, and I’ve been packed with works to the point that it takes a while for me to continue another post covering my last Indochina trip. So, apologies as it took a while since I published the review for Two Moons Hotel Kampot

So today, I’ll be sharing with you on things to do around Kampot. But before you continue, just a friendly reminder that I traveled slow, and I wouldn’t consider myself as someone with the FOMO. So yeah, there are a lot of things in Kampot that I missed out, but I’m not even sorry. 

I enjoyed Kampot so much that I kind of regret my decision to only stay there for 3 nights. Well, what did I do in Kampot and which tour option that I took around the town? Let’s check this out!

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Where to Stay in Ho Chi Minh City: A Complete Guide

Visiting Ho Chi Minh City? Vietnam’s largest city has a lot to offer, from interesting museums to some of the country’s best cafés and restaurants, most beautiful colonial architecture and much more. 

Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon, is a huge city with several different districts, meaning it can be hard to work out exactly where you should stay. The guide below covers all of the city’s best districts, hotels, apartments and other accommodation options.

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What You Could Get in Georgetown for $10 – One-Stop Spot for Culinary Adventures in Penang

Hi everyone, welcome back to yet another series from What You Could Get in the City for $10!

Today, although you’ve probably read another post covering Penang earlier this year, we’re gonna talk about the city again… Although this time we’re gonna do differently since it’s gonna focus in Georgetown area, the area where is highly recommended to explore if you visit Penang for the first time.

Kirsten from Sand in My Curls will be sharing what to explore in the area within the budget. So, what could you get in Georgetown for $10?

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