Backpacking holidays always seem like they should be about saving money. Travelling cheaply, living in hostels, and buying food from street markets where you can. Nevertheless, you can definitely inject a little luxury into your travels if you need it. Feet Do Travel share some of the reasons why you should treat yourself to luxury when backpacking.
It’s no big secret that Bangkok is Southeast Asia’s own version of Vegas — from the parties, speakeasies, and the number of tourists who purposefully come to live it up. However, there is more to Thailand's capital than pub crawls. Feet Do Travel share five exciting ways to enjoy the Bangkok nightlife.
India is a Country of contrasts. From Temples to Tigers, colourful paint throwing festivals to white sand beaches, India has something to tease every type of emotion.
Our visit to India changed our view of travelling. It opened our eyes to a different culture, opened our hearts to locals who waved enthusiastically, and welcomed us with big smiles. The sights, sounds and smells of India awaken your senses, and a ride in a tuk-tuk will definitely make you feel alive!
Feet Do Travel will help with all you need to know about visiting India, from what to wear to obtaining a visa. We show you why India should be on your bucket list.
If you are planning to spend your next holiday in Vietnam, you really must visit Halong Bay, which is the premier beach destination, with more than 2,000 islets, each with their own exclusive beaches. Halong Bay is 150km east of Hanoi, and the best way to spend your holiday in Halong Bay is on board a luxury cruise liner, which sits in the sheltered bay, giving you a perfect view from your own cabin balcony.
Before you book your Halong Bay cruise, here is an idea of the must-visit places.
Living on Gili Air, is it possible? Can you really live the dream, and make a tropical paradise island your home?
When we decided to live on Gili Air, Indonesia, we had no idea where to start. We didn’t know anyone on the island, and didn’t have a clue how to find a place to live.
The advice provided in this guide is relevant for anyone wishing to stay either on Gili Air or for any country in the world. Pick and choose what is useful for the length of time you intend to stay. We have already used this knowledge in the Philippines where we have made our new home.
But for the moment, let Feet Do Travel help you make a home on GIli Air.
A Mekong cruise is an adventure that is surely on many people’s bucket list and for good reason. The Mekong is one of the rivers that we have heard of, maybe even dreamt about, and an eye-opening cruise on Mekong Delta is now within almost everyone’s reach.
In order to get the very best out of this trip, prior research and preparation is essential. Questions you should be asking yourself include, what do you want to see? When do you want to go? What country do you want to depart from? Once you have answered the aforementioned questions you can really start planning your trip and book the time off work.
With its stony hills, contrasting green forests, and awe-inspiring mountains towering over secluded villages with ancient roots and culture, Nepal is a trekkers wonderland. There are so many routes, each prettier than the last, and having to choose can be overwhelming.
Many hikers believe Nepal has the best treks in the world.
There are, however, a few regions that are ubiquitously considered the cream of the crop. Feet Do Travel share the 5 best treks in Nepal.
Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world, with a territory covering just 722.5 square kilometers (279 square miles). However, when it comes to culinary variety, it’s a vast melting pot of Asian cuisines. Combining influences from China, India, and Malaysia, just to name a few, Singapore’s local foods are a tourist attraction by themselves. Feet Do Travel share 7 Singaporean Dishes every visitor to the Lion City must try.
When one thinks about Thailand, images of gorgeous beaches, grandiose temples, traditional art and architecture are typically what come to mind. It absolutely has all of that and more, but going off the beaten path can lead you towards wonders seldom talked about but are absolutely worth the time and effort exploring.
Khao Yai is a town just three hours from the capital city of Bangkok, mainly known for Khao Yai National Park, a sprawling eco-reserve made of 80% forested ground. However, there’s so much more to see and do there if you discard the guidebook. Read on for our list of unique Khao Yai experiences:
Lombok, Indonesia is sometimes described as Bali’s beautiful Sister, or Bali’s quieter cousin, either way, Lombok is a place you should add to your Indonesian itinerary.
Quieter than Bali, Lombok is easily reached and has much to offer anyone looking for a more off-the-beaten-track destination. Trekking Mount Rinjani (Indonesia’s second biggest Volcano), chasing waterfalls at Tiu Kelep and Sindang Gila, visiting Pink Beach or learning to surf in Kuta, oh yes there are plenty of things to do in Lombok.
Let Feet Do Travel take you on a journey from North Lombok to South Lombok, where we will show you cool and traditional things to do. You will then see for yourself why Lombok should be added to your travel list and Indonesian itinerary.
These are the 12 best things to do in Lombok (but there are many more!).
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