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Your Complete Guide to Backpacking Delhi

New Delhi, India’s capital city can be an overwhelming introduction to the country. Well, arriving anywhere in India can be overwhelming, so any research you can do is great. This complete guide is a great starting point for you if you are backpacking Delhi for the first time.

16 of the Best Things To Do in Varkala, India

When it comes to beach breaks in India, Goa seems to get all the attention, but down the coast, the state of Kerala has some stunning coastline. Kerala’s beach highlight is the clifftop idyll of Varkala. If you have a few days around the area and are wondering what to do in Varkala then this… Continue reading 16 of the Best Things To Do in Varkala, India

Kyoto 2-Day Itinerary – The Best of Kyoto on a Budget

Kyoto is Japan’s cultural heart. It is a place to discover and immerse yourself in the world of old Japan. As with the rest of Japan, Kyoto is not a cheap city but with a little penny pinching and a lot of walking, you can really enjoy Kyoto on a budget. So, what do you… Continue reading Kyoto 2-Day Itinerary – The Best of Kyoto on a Budget

Make the Most of 2 Days in Xian, China – A Xian Itinerary

Xian is a fascinating city, even for the most amateur of historians, and one of the top three tourist draws in China. From the Terracotta Warriors to the temples and mosques found within in the iconic city walls, there is plenty to explore. So if you only have 2 days in Xian, how do you… Continue reading Make the Most of 2 Days in Xian, China – A Xian Itinerary

Ultimate Guide to Harbin Ice and Snow Festival

Harbin, in China’s northeastern Heilongjiang province, isn’t on most travellers radar for ten months a year. However, when the winter chill really sets in, a magical kingdom grows up, Frozen-style, made of ice and snow. It becomes one of the greatest places to visit in China. This annual festival is Harbin’s huge party piece, and… Continue reading Ultimate Guide to Harbin Ice and Snow Festival

How to Enjoy One Day in Shanghai on a Budget

It is easy enough to enjoy a day in Shanghai on a budget as long as you do a little planning, and this is a great place to start!