Asia Trip Itineraries
Bangkok has plenty of off-the-beaten-path places and every visit to the city often reveals another secret no matter how many times you've been here. Some of Bangkok's most precious attractions might require some searching, while others might be hidden in plain view. From the a massage school's parlor within Wat Pho to Blue Elephant's Thai cooking school you have a wealth of options that might typically be overlooked. read more about Hidden Gems... Read More
Bangkok and Beyond
If you have a full week in Bangkok, you'll have a chance to really explore and get to know the city and nearby locations. This itinerary guides your way through temples, museums, day trips, restaurants, and activities, guaranteeing that you'll leave Bangkok satisfied. read more about Bangkok and Beyond... Read More
Best of Budget Bangkok
Traveling in Bangkok costs as much or in this case, as little as you want to spend. It is rare that a destination can offer five-star properties and luxury travel just a few steps away from options that won’t hurt your wallet. Good food doesn’t have to cost much and the temples and other attractions are well suited for the not-so-well-heeled. Backpackers and other budget travelers will find plenty to do in Bangkok. read more about Best of Budget Bangkok... Read More
Top 10 Romantic Restaurants in Asia
Enjoy the best cuisine of the Far East in the most intimate settings with our top 10 romantic restaurants in Asia list. Legato is one of the newest restaurants in Tokyo and it offers the spectacle and ambiance of penthouse dining with a great view of the Tokyo Tower. The decor is Old World but the food is modern Vietnamese and an extensive wine list makes for a superb dining experience. Repertoire offers fine French cuisine in an intimate and elegant setting. Here you can sample some of the Chef's Tasting Menu to get an idea of what you'd like to have for a main course. The ultimate place to go for a date night is In the Mood for Love: Sushi Bar and Bistro in Bangkok. The setting is designed to replicate 1960's Hong Kong and we highly recommend the Sweet 16 Roll with eel, spicy tuna, and avocado topped with chopped strawberries and shrimp roe. read more about Top 10 Romantic Restaurants in Asia... Read More
Top 10 Five Star Restaurants
The five star restaurant scene in Thailand is more about attitude than about elegance, and the best of food always comes together with the coolest and most inviting crowds. Chefs work behind the scenes with locally sourced ingredients that are always fresh and organic, while the rest of the staff is there to make sure you are happy with your view, plate and drink. The places we have selected offer the very best of culinary service in Thailand, but at the same time they remain popular among locals and students, which is a good indicator of the prices and atmosphere they promote. Venues like Zoe in Yellow or Baan Rim Pa Restaurant are some of the most popular culinary destinations for locals and tourists alike, while the expat community of Bangkok goes for the casual, yet posh British style Barbican. For the ultimate Bangkok experience visit the mind blowing Vertigo Grill and Moon Bar and have a delicious meal on the 61st floor of the Banyan Tree Hotel. You will never forget it. read more about Top 10 Five Star Restaurants... Read More
Chiang Mai: A Peak into the Gem of Northern Thailand
Destination(s): Chiang Mai
There are many many fun and adventurous things to do in and around Chiang Mai. To enjoy the full beauty and the calm charm of Chiang Mai, stay for a few days so there's a chance to visit the elephants and ride on one as well. You could even visit with tigers as well as an orchid farm and possibly a Thai cooking class. However, if you only have two days, here is a guide one can use to explore on a low budget.
Be sure to try a Khao Soi noodles (northern curry noodle dish) while you are in Chiang Mai.
At either the night bazaar, the Saturday or the Sunday night market. a taste of Roti and fruit juices or smoothies are a must during your trip to Chiang Mai.
After a long day at Doi Inthanon, you could enjoy full-body Thai massage at around 180-200B (at a guest house). Thai massages can be as low as 120B if you know where to look. :-) Foot Massages are heavenly too.
Any questions about Chiang Mai, don't hesitate to ask. :-) read more about Chiang Mai: A Peak into the Gem of Northern Thailand... Read More
There’s a lot of ways to live lushly in Bali; escaping city bustle and immersing yourself in local culture is certainly one of the best. This guide takes you away from tourist- and traffic-clogged South Bali and elevates you to the gentle foothills of genteel Ubud. Aside from boasting some of the best arts and crafts on the island, Ubud is home to a host of high-end resorts and spas, as well as one of the best restaurants in Southeast Asia. No wonder celebrities in the know choose Ubud as their preferred paradise. Hey, you may even rub shoulders with some as you soak in the splendor of Bali. read more about Balinese Bliss... Read More
Bangkok for Young Singles
Bangkok is, undoubtedly, a haven for young travelers. The city offers a great balance of interesting activities, delicious and cheap food, and unbeatable nightlife. This trip offers some suggestions for ways to spend your days with your travel buddies or people you met at the hostel the night before. But don't let it limit you...Bangkok is perhaps best when you randomly stumble into your own adventure... read more about Bangkok for Young Singles... Read More