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Come Travel Bhutan with Me!

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Join me on my WildJunket Bhutan Tour this December This December, I’ll be traveling Bhutan once again — but this time, I want you to come with me! Of all the 117 countries I’ve been, Bhutan is still one of my favorite countries, and I’m sure you’ll be love it as much as I do. […]

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Join Me on My Nagaland Hornbill Festival Tour!

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 Come witness a Nagaland Hornbill Festival Tour with me! My first WildJunket tour was such a success that I am going to be running more tours from now on! This is my third tour and a trip that I’m particularly excited about as I’ve been planning it for the past year or so. Join me on […]

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Three Days in Beijing: My Recommended Itinerary

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On my recent trip to Tibet, I made a short stop in Beijing before catching the train to Lhasa. It was my third time in the Chinese capital, but it still blew my mind. Here’s why. Traditional yet vibrant, Beijing is a city that encapsulates the spirit of China perfectly with a slew of ancient […]

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How to Travel Tibet — A Complete Guide

A detailed travel guide to Tibet: from visa requirement to safety. Tibet is called the ‘Roof of the World’ for good reason: With an average elevation exceeding 4,500 metres (14,800 ft), the Tibetan Plateau is sometimes the world’s highest and largest plateau, with an area of 2,500,000 square kilometres (about five times the size of […]

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First-time Travel to Tibet: Things to Know Before You Go

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Tibet for First-Timers and Things to Know Before You Go Monks, monasteries and mountains — Tibet is a spiritual place that has the power to move even the most hardened traveler. This remote, far-flung region is seemingly in a world of its own, with fabled villages tucked between some of the highest mountains in the world, […]

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Pictures of Tibet: the Roof of the World

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A look at some of my best pictures of Tibet: from its landscapes to people. Tibet is called the ‘Roof of the World’ for good reasons: With an average elevation exceeding 4,500 metres (14,800 ft), the Tibetan Plateau is sometimes the world’s highest and largest plateau, with an area of 2,500,000 square kilometres (about five […]

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Highlights of the WildJunket Tibet Tour

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Here are some of the highlights of my first WildJunket tour, to Tibet! Interested to travel with me? Check out my other WildJunket Tours. Have you ever returned from a trip that was SO good that you wish it wouldn’t end and could just go on forever? My trip to Tibet was just like that. […]

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Where to Stay in Bali — Best Regions for Different Types of Travelers

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A Detailed Guide on Where to Stay in Bali: from Ubud to Seminyak Many people think of Bali as a touristy place that’s overrun by party backpackers. But let’s first get this clear: Bali is a big island. While south Bali is dominated by tourism, the rest of the island remains distinctly Balinese, with traditional […]

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Nyepi: Celebrating the Day of Silence in Bali

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When’s the best time to visit Bali? I’d say during Nyepi, the Day of Silence. Here’s my experience celebrating the Balinese New Year. The streets of Ubud are filled with hundreds of people – all dressed in multi-hued, kebaya blouses and batik-print sarong cloth wrapped around their waists. Priests clad in pure white garments chant […]

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20 Cool Things to do in Bali Beyond Kuta

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Beyond the Tourist Trail: Best Things to Do in Bali Bali may have its fair share of tourists seeking sun, sand and sea in the southern party triad of Kuta, Legian and Seminyak, but this only forms a small part of the whole island. In reality, there is SO much more to Bali than beaches […]

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Traveling Bali with Kids: Practical Tips & Recommendations

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Traveling Bali with Kids — What You Need to Know before Your Trip In the past two years of traveling with our baby to 15 countries, Bali tops them all as the most family-friendly destination we’ve been. I’ve lost count of the number of traveling families we’ve seen and met on this trip. After all, the island […]

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Living in Bali as a Digital Nomad

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Is living in Bali all it’s made out to be? I’m currently spending a couple of months living in Bali with my husband and our two-year-old baby. Here’s what I like (and dislike) about living here as a digital nomad. Greetings from the island of Gods! After a month or so of traveling in Singapore, […]

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East Timor Travel Guide

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For the curious traveler, here’s my East Timor travel guide with tips on how to navigate your way around the newest nation in Asia. East Timor, or Timor-Leste as it is called now, is a country that is rarely under the tourist radar. It is after all the newest country in Asia, having gained full independence only in […]

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Drone Video of Laos

Drone Video of Laos Laos really surprised in many ways. While it has a lot of things in common with Thailand (culture, food, religious beliefs, and architecture), the country is a lot more mellow, humble and laid-back than most parts of Southeast Asia. Its laid-back riverside towns and temple-studded colonial cities easily transport you back in […]

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Traveling Laos with Children

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Traveling Laos with children can be both rewarding and challenging, but its merits definitely outweigh the cons. Here are some of our practical tips for traveling Laos with children. We’re just returned from a trip to Laos with our two-year-old girl Kaleya, and it turned out to be one of our favourite trips with her to date. […]

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