Itineraries From Around the World

These itineraries are carefully curated by me or my fellow blogger friends.

Most of the itineraries you’ll find here were written by a local, an expat in the area or someone who’s spent a while in the country/city ensuring that the itinerary offered is actually a genuine experience for the individual wanting to visit. *that’s you* 🙂

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An Incredible 5-Day Siargao Itinerary (Philippines)

The following article on Siargao itinerary is a guest post by Krasen Jelyazkov People from all over the world dream of visiting a tropical paradise. These places can be seen on postcards, advertisements of travel companies, in favorite Instagram images, and even on...

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Backpacking Myanmar: Itinerary, Travel Tips, and Costs

The following article on backpacking Myanmar is a guest post by Mimi McFadden When most people think of backpacking Southeast Asia, they usually skip straight to Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, or Vietnam and give a passing glance to the rest of the surrounding...

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3-Day Bangkok Itinerary For First Timers (Thailand)

The following 3-day Bangkok itinerary is a guest post by Kate and Kris Bangkok is our favourite city in the world. It was the first place we landed in when we first left the UK back in 2006 and it’s never left our hearts. It’s such a huge city that there is so much to...

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7-Day Bali Itinerary: Beaches, Adventures, and Culture

The following Bali itinerary article is a guest post by Pujarini Mitra Bali is one of those destinations that can't be fully experienced on a short vacation. This Indonesian island has been featured as a top travel destination across the world and draws thousands of...

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A Guide to Backpacking Malaysia: Itinerary, Tips, + Costs

Malaysia must be one of the most diverse countries in the world. People, cuisines, languages, and religions all gather here from different areas of the world and make up this wonderful country teeming with character, adventures, and discoveries for curious backpackers...

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Your Itinerary and Guide to Backpacking Cambodia

When most people think about Cambodia, they think of Angkor Wat. When you're home to the largest religious site in the world, it's kind of hard to pull away and be thought of for something else. But there's so much more to this country than a large temple...

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A Guide to Backpacking Indonesia: Itinerary, Costs + Tips

Bhinneka Tunggal Ika, meaning “Unity in Diversity,” is what Indonesia's motto is and it couldn't sum up this country any better. An archipelago of over 17,000 islands, the fourth most populous country in the world, with religions from all spectrums being practiced,...

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An Adventurous Thailand Itinerary: 2 Weeks – 2 Months

I lived in Thailand for years. My original plan was to teach for a year and then head out, but I fell in love with the country and its perfect placement in that part of the world. From Thailand I could travel to surrounding countries, visiting for as short or as long...

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An Incredible 5-Day Siargao Itinerary (Philippines)

The following article on Siargao itinerary is a guest post by Krasen Jelyazkov People from all over the world dream of visiting a tropical paradise. These places can be seen on postcards, advertisements of travel companies, in favorite Instagram images, and even on...

read more

Backpacking Myanmar: Itinerary, Travel Tips, and Costs

The following article on backpacking Myanmar is a guest post by Mimi McFadden When most people think of backpacking Southeast Asia, they usually skip straight to Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, or Vietnam and give a passing glance to the rest of the surrounding...

read more

3-Day Bangkok Itinerary For First Timers (Thailand)

The following 3-day Bangkok itinerary is a guest post by Kate and Kris Bangkok is our favourite city in the world. It was the first place we landed in when we first left the UK back in 2006 and it’s never left our hearts. It’s such a huge city that there is so much to...

read more

7-Day Bali Itinerary: Beaches, Adventures, and Culture

The following Bali itinerary article is a guest post by Pujarini Mitra Bali is one of those destinations that can't be fully experienced on a short vacation. This Indonesian island has been featured as a top travel destination across the world and draws thousands of...

read more

A Guide to Backpacking Malaysia: Itinerary, Tips, + Costs

Malaysia must be one of the most diverse countries in the world. People, cuisines, languages, and religions all gather here from different areas of the world and make up this wonderful country teeming with character, adventures, and discoveries for curious backpackers...

read more

Your Itinerary and Guide to Backpacking Cambodia

When most people think about Cambodia, they think of Angkor Wat. When you're home to the largest religious site in the world, it's kind of hard to pull away and be thought of for something else. But there's so much more to this country than a large temple...

read more

A Guide to Backpacking Indonesia: Itinerary, Costs + Tips

Bhinneka Tunggal Ika, meaning “Unity in Diversity,” is what Indonesia's motto is and it couldn't sum up this country any better. An archipelago of over 17,000 islands, the fourth most populous country in the world, with religions from all spectrums being practiced,...

read more

An Adventurous Thailand Itinerary: 2 Weeks – 2 Months

I lived in Thailand for years. My original plan was to teach for a year and then head out, but I fell in love with the country and its perfect placement in that part of the world. From Thailand I could travel to surrounding countries, visiting for as short or as long...

read more

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