Top 10 beaches in Southeast Asia

10. Sumur Tiga beach, Pulau Weh, Indonesia This 3km long white sandy beach is located at the east coast of Pulau Weh, just 5 minutes’ drive from Sabang town. Sumur Tiga is the ideal getaway as it remains fairly secluded, with a couple of resorts like Freddie´s and Casa Nemo, that cost about 25€ a … Continue reading Top 10 beaches in Southeast Asia

Tourist visa to Southeast Asian countries

This is a list of the visa requirements for Europe Union citizens: The Philippines Visa on arrival is free up to 30 days. Vietnam Visa on arrival is free up to 15 days for passport holders of Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Norway and UK. E-Visa online is available for all Europe Union citizens … Continue reading Tourist visa to Southeast Asian countries

Exotic fruits in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has some of the world's most delicious and strangest fruits I have never seen. Here is some advice about the taste and properties of the most popular ones. Pitaya AKA Dragon Fruit This bright pink fruit is widely popular in all Southeast Asian countries in either the white or red version. It has … Continue reading Exotic fruits in Southeast Asia

My top 10 travel apps

Smart phones have made travelling so easy, in a small device you got all the information and tools needed to make your trip happen. Find below my favorite ones: XE Currency converter XE is a free Exchange Rate App for travelers in foreign countries as you get accurate live historical chart on a single screen. … Continue reading My top 10 travel apps

My travel essentials

During 9 months travelling I realized some things I packed were completely useless in Southeast Asia and some made my backpacker life way much easier. This is a list of my travel essentials: Tiger balm You can find it everywhere in Southeast Asia. It is a great mosquito bite relief and also good for headache … Continue reading My travel essentials

Get lost in Koh Rong Samloem

Smaller and quieter than Koh Rong, Samloem is an island off the coast of Sihanoukville, reachable by slow ferry or speed boat. There are no roads in the island so the only way to move around is trekking through the jungle or by boat for 5$ per trip. This means you should decide where to … Continue reading Get lost in Koh Rong Samloem

Tips to save money in Southeast Asia

These are some tips I wish I would have known. Use them wisely.   Don´t book accommodation in advance through the internet, especially if you have to pre-pay with a card. The currency exchange rate and other fees your bank might apply are sometimes higher than the price of the dorm bed. Also you won´t … Continue reading Tips to save money in Southeast Asia