. China has a free 72 hour transit visa for flight layovers in major Chinese cities. I had a 20 hour layover in Shanghai (Pudong Airport).
Top 7 Attractions of Jilin | China’s Winter Wonderland (trailer) Jilin is China’s new winter wonderland and its known for three main things: Rime winters, hot springs and ski resorts! I’ve never thought of winter adventures in China before or planning a vacation around winter activities, but this was going to be my first! And an […]
6 Top Attractions of Northern Taiwan | Taiwan Travel Guide Before I went to Taiwan, I saw a Taiwan travel brochure of the striking natural sights of Northern Taiwan (Northeastern to be exact). I knew I had to visit and that’s what drew me into considering Taiwan as my next travel hop. I’m sucker for landscapes with […]
Ultimate Packing Tips for India | What’s in my Backpack? . Namaste! Today I’ll be sharing with you what’s in my bag for India. India can be a challenging and complex country but also very rewarding once you feel like you’ve prepared for it. I’ll be sharing my packing tips for India and the top essential […]
To say India is a huge country is an understatement. India has a population of 1.2 billion people, with 29 states and 7 union territories. You can travel the country and you’ll always find something a little different, from mountains, deserts, beaches, rivers, etc.. you can find all types of terrain there and landscapes will look […]
Despite Kolkata (aka Calcutta) was once the capital city of India, the thought of visiting Kolkata always intimidated me. From other travelers I’d talked to, I got the impression it must’ve been the armpit of India~
Things to Do in Delhi 48 hours | Delhi Travel Guide . Delhi, India, (नई दिल्ली) is the national capital of India and one of my favorite cities. As a vast country with diverse terrain, 29 states and a population of over 1.2 billion, Delhi is one of the main cities which offers a large mixture […]
20 Top THINGS TO DO IN PAI THAILAND Nestled in the foothills of Northern Thailand, just three hours and close to 800 curves from Chiang Mai, is Pai, a little hippie Thai backpacker haven filled with restaurants, funky boutique shops, cafes and a
Travel Survival Tips for Korea: Navigating Korean Culture Continuing from my last video post about Travel Essentials for Seoul, I thought I’d share five more travel essentials for Korea! This segment, I’ll be focusing on navigating Korean culture.