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[ Philippines ] The basic information you should know about Manila

Here is all the information needed for a stopover in Manila. Many travelers arrive in the Philippines in the capital: a noisy and sometimes confusing city. Staying in Manila inexpensively If you are looking for budget accommodation in Manila, there are two main areas where you will certainly find your happiness: Makati: This is the

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Hoi An (Danang city) - Old quarter City

Hoi An is a colonial town with 122,000 inhabitants, on the Thubon River, near its confluence with the South China Sea. Here once stood the largest port in Southeast Asia. From the 7th to the 10th century, the Cham people got there with their trade of spices great wealth. Then in the 16th – 17th

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How to find a cheap hotel?

In high season (dates differ depending on the destination), hoteliers know they have much chance of fulfilling their establishment. They therefore make little effort on their prices and you will certainly pay a high price. For a hotel at the best price, so it is more advantageous to visit a city at medium or low

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How to understand the way local life when traveling

To understand the lifestyle of local, try to live a little like them and adopt their mode of operation. And public transport are a good example! If you find that in a city or country, public transport are popular, so we should not deny yourself in. Do not go lock yourself in a taxi …

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Hue - The Old Kingdom

Hue has 1 million inhabitants and was until 1945 the capital of Vietnam. The city is located on the Perfume River, on the north bank one finds the old town – the oldest buildings date from +/- 150 years ago – with the citadel and on the south bank the new city was built. This

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[ Thailand Trip ] - Lovely Pai after a year of remember

After I’ve taken a Pai trip for a year ago. Up to now I sit to write about this little town. Pai is emotionally makes me happy. This small little town that no one came without the love, not the Palm and dismay when to leave. I came to Pai in early February, in the early morning

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Mui Ne beach

Surfers paradise Mui Ne was formerly a fishing village on an isolated stretch of sand, but was due to the rise of mass tourism transformed into one long street of resorts, which extends over 10 km along the sea. If only advantage one can hereby find that many hotels are opting for low-rise buildings surrounded