We spent two nights celebrating our engagement in the 5-star Aureum Palace Hotel and Resort and we are convinced that it is the best hotel you can find in Bagan. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be immersed in a world-class set-up with the infinity pool and exquisite design of the villas.
Ultimate guide to traveling in Myanmar – start planning your trip from checking visa requirements and deciding during what season to go. Find out about transportation to and around Myanmar, accommodation, food, currency, local traditions and way of living.
Inle Lake boat ride: In Dein, floating gardens, lotus weaving, local workshops, cat village and Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda. Nyaung Shwe: Yone Gyi Street, Mingalar market to buy groceries, as well as local goods. Rent bikes and visit local winery or hot Springs and Kaung Daing tofu village.
A brief history of Bagan, three parts of Bagan (Nyaung U, Old Bagan, New Bagan). Things to keep in mind: Bagan entrance fee, taxi from the bus station. Things to do: rent e-bikes, Visit Minnanthu village and Nan Myint Viewing Tower.
Thai Cuisine dishes and Top Bangkok Thai Places to get them: Tom Yum Goong, Green Curry, Pad Thai, Fried Rice, Som Tam (Green Papaya Salad), Massaman Curry, Nam Tok Mu, Spring Rolls, Mango Sticky Rice, Roti Pancakes
Ever wondered what it’d be like to visit Northern Thailand in high season? Maybe you’re on a tight schedule and can only squeeze out 10-14 days for your next vacation? Whether you’re on a budget or you’re trying to splurge on your next trip, this itinerary will work for you!
How to find a good massage parlor in Thailand? Pay attention to location, staff, equipment, room and other factors. Guide to the most common types of massage in Thailand and some unusual massage types.
For our stay in Chiang Rai we opted for Spinomad luxury hostel and it is more than recommended by us! The staff are friendly and carrying, everything spotless clean, new and designed in one style. The location is central and the beds were super comfortable! Read our review for more details.
There are plenty of sights in Luang Prabang. Despite its small size, there are already 32 Buddhist temples in the city, the Royal Palace, which now hosts a national museum, Phu Si Hill with a magnificent view of Luang Prabang and the surrounding area.
In just 3 weeks you can successfully make your way from north to south without rushing through Laos whatsoever. This Southeastern Asian country is one of the most beautiful and least touched left to date, if you’ve got the time and resources do not miss out on your chance to visit Laos.