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Winter Escape: 25 Places to Warm Up in Southeast Asia (part 3)

 

  1. Phetchaburi, Thailand

Phetchaburi has a rich history, mystical caves, and ancient temples which attract people from all over the world. If you are planning to visit Phetchaburi, make sure not to miss the Tham Khao Luang cave and Wat Kamphaeng Laeng, which dates back to the 12th Century Khmer architecture.

  1. Legian, Indonesia

Legian, locating on the famous Bali Island coast, is a must-visit spot in Indonesia. It is sandwiched between the backpacker Kuta beaches and the high-end Seminyak. In Legian, entertainment and accommodations are mid-range priced while the scenery and surf are really priceless. You should spend time on catching the sunset at TAO Rooftop Bar and then dancing the night away at Eikon.

  1. Ubud, Indonesia

People who have read the famous book Eat, Pray, Love will recognize that Ubud, Indonesia is the setting for the journey conclusion of Elizabeth Gilbert. In fact, this part of Bali Island coast truly is as romantic as it seems in her story. Whether it’s simply getting in touch with nature or a spiritual quest, Ubud always has something special for everyone. You can make the plan for a yoga class when venturing over to White Lotus or to see the iconic rice terraces.

  1. Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

Ha Long Bay has the incredible topography which makes it become an iconic destination of Vietnam. Massive land structures shooting straight the blue-green ocean provide an otherworldly view when visitors cruise through by boat. One of the best in deals you should take is Dragon Legend tours. Try kicking back for an overnight trip to explore caves and feast on fresh and delicious seafood.

  1. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Busy streets with revving scooters and food stalls let you know that you’ve arrived in Vietnam. Especially, The Gustave Eiffel designed the Jade Emperor Pagoda, the Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Central Post Office let you know that you’re in Ho Chi Minh City. Frequently referred to as Saigon up to now, this city with a controversial past is a vibrant and modern destination nowadays.

 

Top 6 Best Countries To Travel Alone In 2019

The dream to travel around the world always lingers in the mind of many people. Here are the best-traveling destinations based on some criteria such as culture, ease of transportation, safety, and suitable for traveling alone in 2019:

  1. Bali Island, Indonesia

Indonesia is one of the cheapest countries to visit. Staying in a comfortable room, being served three meals a day with a few beers for only $25 per day! Accommodation, service, food and drink are cheap everywhere, especially when you go further to the North.

  1. Scotland

Scotland is a popular destination famous for whiskey, wildlife, landscape,  and welcoming locals. Traveling here gives you the chance to engage with nature, watch the tumbling rivers, epic scenes, and wild camping.

  1. Italy

Italy is one of the most romantic traveling destinations in the world. It has many beautiful spots with hilltop towns, olive trees, and extensive beaches. Italy is also famous for the wine-cooked barbecues and abundant wine.

  1. Vietnam

Vietnam is a must-visit country in Asia with friendly locals, vibrant landscapes, affordable services, and cheap food (must try the Bun Cha). Cab services here are about $10 compared to cab services in the states which can get up to $30 for a couple of blocks away.

  1. France

People don’t talk about France without mentioning the Eiffel tower. It helps you get the most incredible view of France at night. Book your trip earlier in order to avoid the long lines to the tower.

The Notre Dame and its surrounding will intrigue Catholics or historians with its ancient mummified cats, while Les Invalides military shows all world war weapons types.

  1. South Africa

One of the main cities to visit in South Africa is Johannesburg, which is known as the City of Gold. It is also the heart of entertainment, shopping, and City adventure. The Kruger Park, 250 miles from the city, is one of the most significant game reserves in Africa.