If you have chosen Cambodia as your next holiday destination, you certainly wouldn’t be alone as this unique country has enjoyed booming tourist numbers. Prior to arriving in Cambodia, here are few important things you should know in order to make the most out of your holiday.
Airfare can be expensive, whether you’re flying across the world or to the other side of the state. In fact, the average cost of an international flight is $991.82 — enough to cover a mortgage payment or fix the family car. The flight is often the most expensive part of a trip, sometimes costlier than food, accommodations and entrance fees combined. But that doesn’t mean you have to empty your bank account to afford a vacation. Instead, follow the five tips below for finding cheap airfare and saving money.
There is much to love about traveling, as we all know, but there’s another side to it that isn’t talked about quite as much.
Traveling can make you go a little crazy after a while, especially if you’re a long-term adventurer. As such, it’s important to take steps to look after yourself, so retain some sort of self. Some people go traveling to find themselves, but the majority go just because they’re curious about other regions on the map. If you’re planning on spending many months on the road, then take a look at incorporating some of the following rules into your routine.
The aim of World Ocean’s Day is give us an opportunity to honour, protect, and conserve the ocean.
Right now, our Oceans need all the help they can get.
Oceans are swimming in plastic. It reaches every single part of our world, from the depths of the Mariana Trench to the remote Cocos and Galapagos islands. We have all heard about the Great Garbage Patch!
Humans and all marine life are eating and ingesting plastic. Plastic becomes wrapped around animal’s mouths so they suffocate. Plastic they eat becomes stuck in their stomach and they choke. Huge whales are washing up on our shores from Indonesia to Italy, their guts filled with plastic.
Cigarette butts litter our oceans even more than plastic. Some people believe the butt will biodegrade. It doesn’t.
46% of the plastic in our ocean comes from fishing nets, and our oceans are over fished to brink of extinction. Huge trawlers scrape the ocean bed killing coral and everything in its path.
Bycatch is killing dolphins, turtles, whales, sharks and birds. As fisherman target a specific fish, these marine species are unintentionally caught in their nets, but because they are useless to the fishing industry, they are discarded. Sometimes they are dead, sometimes they are half-dead. Either way, they died so you can eat fish.
Sir David Attenborough pleaded with us all on "The Blue Planet" to do something before it’s too late.
How can you make a difference on this World Oceans Day? Feet Do Travel have listed easy, practical solutions to help you make a start TODAY. The time for change is NOW.
When looking for romance on a short break, there are many places to provide inspiration. If you are looking for old school classic romance, you might want to head to a timeless, elegant city like Paris or Rome, which are filled with history, culture, tiny romantic corners and delightfully authentic restaurants.
f you seek romantic walks along the beach, and sipping cocktails as the sun sets, you might prefer Sicily or a small tropical island such as Gili Air, Indonesia. But, if you want a weekend with your love dining in classy restaurants, shopping in designer stores and visiting fabulous art galleries, you can't beat New York City.
When preparing for a romantic trip, it's a good idea to put in some prep work, whether you are planning a surprise for your partner or getting ready for your journey together. We share some tips to help you plan your romantic trip to NYC.
We really enjoyed Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s crazy capital. The majority of the country’s visitors skip Phnom Penh and head straight to the Angkor Wat temples in Siem Reap. I personally feel this is a shame.
Motorcycles whizzing by, tuk-tuk drivers constantly hassling, the noise and dust that comes with any Capital around the world, what is there to like about Phnom Penh, and how can two Country lovers like such a frantic City?
Cambodia is a country ravaged by conflict and war. A violent history of genocide, so disturbing the older generation are trying desperately to forget their past. However, the Kingdom of Cambodia is becoming one of Asia’s leading travel destinations, and at its heart is Phnom Penh, which has its own historical story to tell.
Phnom Penh is teaming with things to do, and is so much more than the S21 Prison, Killing Fields or Royal Palace. The food, culture and of course it’s troubled past all contribute towards making Phnom Penh and Cambodia a fascinating place to visit.
We say don’t skip Phnom Penh, and let Feet Do Travel show you 25 things to do in Cambodia’s capital.
Getting away for the weekend is the perfect opportunity for couples to relax and spend time together, and leave the troubles of real life behind - even if only for a short period. But planning the perfect romantic getaway can be more difficult than it sounds, with a lot of pressure to have a great time.
Miami makes the ideal destination for your romantic break, with the perfect mix of fun and romance to make sure you have the time of your lives.
Make planning the perfect trip easy with this checklist for the ultimate romantic Miami getaway.
Siem Reap, Cambodia: the land of Temples and 50c beers, what is there not to love?
Tourists flock in their millions each year to see historic Angkor Wat, but there are so many others things to do in Siem Reap.
Don’t be a temple hopping tourist without exploring more of this historic City. There are many places to eat and drink, museums to visit, Siem Reap is brimming with culture and local crafts and has a lot more to offer than just beautiful temples.
Siem Reap plays an important part in the history of Cambodia. A story dating back thousands of years, a turbulent past where peace only returned 13 years ago. I personally feel visitors to Cambodia need to hear the plight of its people, in order to truly understand the Country.
Let Feet Do Travel show you the many things to do in Siem Reap. This is your ultimate travel guide to Siem Reap. (Don't worry, temples are also included!)
Before you embark on any type travel, you need to pack, which is sometimes daunting. Deciding what to pack can leave you with a headache, and you ask yourself "which essential items do I need", and "what should I not pack?"
We have been travelling full time in Asia for over two years, and have perfected the ultimate packing list. Whilst we may not have perfected how to travel light, we certainly know which items we cannot do without.
We have been using this essential international travel packing list for many years, and it’s worked for us so far!
We have stayed in All Inclusive resorts, been on luxury tours, gone camping and now we are backpacking, plus we have stayed in every type of B&B and hotel in between. In other words, we know what we are talking about. Regardless of your age, how you are travelling and where you are going, we know the essential items to pack for worldwide travel.
We cover everyday essentials such as toiletries and electronics, how to travel plastic free, which medication you should take, anti-theft protection, plus even what bag to take.
This is Feet Do Travel’s ultimate packing list; all tried and tested! What we carry and why.
How would you describe Street Art? Is it graffiti on a train, spray painting on the side of a building, maybe a wall mural.
What is YOUR definition of Street Art?
I believe street art to be any form of expression in a public place, but it’s only living in Moalboal, Cebu, Philippines that made me question my view of street art.
Outside of Manilla, Street Art per se doesn’t appear to exist in the Philippines. Manilla has the Filipino Street Art Project, a paradise for art lovers, and renowned Filipino street artists have filled the City with colour.
As a mural art lover and no street art in Moalboal, how was I to get my “fix”? When asking myself this question, a colourfully painted Jeepney drove past me, and suddenly I found my street art!
Jeepneys are a cheap form of public transport in the Philippines, and no two are the same – what an original way for me to search for street art in Moalboal and Cebu!
Feet Do Travel show you off the wall street art in Cebu, unique expressions of art in the Philippines.
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