Bangkok to Koh Phangan to Full Moon Party


Koh Phangan Surat Thani, the name of Thai people, is well known in terms of party island. It is a world famous Full Moon Party. Traveling together!

We chose Lomprayah, who traveled from Bangkok to Koh Phangan because of its reputation and advice from online users. One of their service highlights is: Catamaran high speed ferry which is fast and safe in the rough sea. Here is a summary of our experience with Lomprayah from Bangkok to Koh Phangan.

1. Early Check-in At the office of Lomprayah, Khaosan Road.
2. Dine at the restaurant on Khaosan Road before arriving at the beginning at 20:30.
3. Depart for Chumphon by bus and bus.
4. Stop the car to eat. Restaurant area
5. Arrive Chumphon Pier at 5.00 hrs.
6. At 7.00 am, take the High Speed ​​Catamaran Ferry.
7. Passenger point Located at Koh Nangyuan and Koh Tao.
8. Point to Thong Sala Pier, Koh Phangan at 10:45 am.

1. Early Check-in At the office of Lomprayah, Khaosan Road.
Early check-in is available at Lomprayah’s office at Khaosan Road. Guests who require a front seat can check in prior to 18:00 due to seat selection in advance.
We get ferry tickets. And orange sticker Baggage tag after check-in This is the comfort of Lomprayah’s staff providing this service to us. In order to label the luggage in Koh Tao, Koh Phangan and Koh Samui, the bag will be moved to the destination safely.

2. Eating At the restaurant on Khaosan Road Before we get together at the departure point at 8:30 pm.
After check-in We left our bags at Lopburi office and went to eat in the evening. Khao San Road is diverse. And the choice of food has many options. And many beers to drink.
We reunite at Lomprayah’s office at 8.30pm. Lomprayah’s staff will take all passengers to the adjacent departure point. Only 5 minutes from Lomprayah’s office.

3. Depart for Chumphon by bus and bus.
The bus arrives on time and arrives at around 9pm. The bus departs directly to Chumphon Pier. It is a two-story bus with four seats, which can be seen from the picture below.

4. Stop the car to eat. Restaurant area
At about 2:00 am, the bus stops at the restaurant for a short break. Many passengers can use the toilet. And some of the passengers went to eat at this restaurant. The stop is between Bangkok and Chumphon. The restaurant is also open to the public. To serve customers, even if it is late at night.

5. Arrive Chumphon Pier at 5.00 hrs.
The bus arrives at Lomprayah Pier in Chumphon at 5:00 pm There are benches and free wifi at the pier. And relax while waiting for the ferry. Departure by ferry at 7:00 am.

6. At 7.00 am, take the High Speed ​​Catamaran Ferry.
At 7:00 pm, Lomprayah officials went to the check-in counter for a catamaran ferry ride.
Catamaran Ferry is comfortable and air-conditioned on board. Spacious seat Surprisingly, the ride is still stable throughout the journey, although the catamaran ferry is on a rough sea. And windy.

7. Passenger point Located at Koh Nangyuan and Koh Tao.
After traveling about 2 and half hours on the Catamaran ferry. The boat arrives at Koh Tao at 9:30 am. Catamaran Ferry stops at Mae Haad Pier. On Koh Tao, most of the passengers sail here. Shortly after, another group of passengers boarded the Catamaran ferry at Koh Tao’s Mae Haad Pier. Koh Samui Or Surat Thani at 9:45 am. Catamaran Ferry departs to Thongsala Pier on Koh Phangan.

8. Point to Thong Sala Pier, Koh Phangan at 10:45 am.
At 10:45 am, we arrive at Thong Sala pier on Koh Phangan. We see many tuk-tuk and taxi waiting at the pier to prepare passengers for the hotel. All travel from Bangkok to Koh Phangan takes about 14 hours.

Note: Try to avoid using a tuk-tuk or taxi at the marina. Instead, walk up to the main street to find a tuk-tuk or cheaper taxi. You can see the 7-Eleven and Lomprayah offices. Near the main road See the details at. https://www.busonlineticket.co.th/th/

Vientiane Vang Vieng according to the people who love Chill 4 days and 3 nights.

This trip is a comfortable one.
Because you bring with you. Age is quite a lot.
I would like to focus on the activity is not much.
I focus on walking. Ride the bike instead.
Plus the time we travel. Everyday Rain Cold weather
To play water again. The flu is back to be sure.

To say that you go with. We have to choose the least traveled way.
So the plane is a good solution for this trip.
I like to follow many posts. Every time
Will focus on pro ticket And plan ahead for a year 555+.
This time it was like. Tickets available for AirAsia come in at 990 Baht – back.
Traveling on 25-28 January 2018.
So let’s see the rough plan of this trip too.
Product Name: Vang Vieng Vientiane

This is a rough plan. The flight time is not pretty.
I think you take the mother to sit abroad.
You have a tease. I like to go very far 555+)
Time to take people to foreign countries. I will be excited.
No matter how far or near the child is. The eyes will always look happy.
If anyone like to try to take your parents to go with it.
We will feel that we are not really happy.

Day 1

This is the first trip. We can sleep late. Go to the airport late.
I have not heard from Chill since I left home.
Because we fly in the afternoon. Go to Laos more than two.
At first we will travel to Vang Vieng today. The last bus trip was two o’clock.
I think that is not true. Choose to stay at Wiang Jasn before one night.
This is a trip to Chill. Today we will just walk the door and then Night Market.
Go to the top of the page

Before going to the door. We have stopped by this photo.
From where to find information. This is the Lao Cultural Center.
It is for organizing events or important events.

Day 2

Because today’s car is delayed. From the 9:30 am to 11:00 am.
I will go to Vang Vieng at 4 pm to plan.
From where I asked the driver. The distance is only 150 km.
But the way is not good. Then we went to the road again. So it took a long time to reach.
We are not very drunk. I can not do it. Get rid of nausea with mother to pill.
I do not have to be pissed.
Come to Vang Vieng, the first thing that I want to do now. Check in at the hotel and sleep in. 555+

Day 3

Today, leave the house about 10 o’clock due to heavy rains.
From the thought of buying a tour. We changed the plan to rent a motorcycle.
If you buy a tire tour. View Profile Do not risk
You bring the mother to his girlfriend to me.
From the walk to the price inquiry. Ordinary gear is cheaper.
The price is 50,000 kip.
We choose Auto But 70,000 kip have not been known.
I do not know what to do. The rain will fall again.

Day 4

it’s time to go home I eat breakfast to be frightened.
Why do we have so much fun?
At least eat breakfast in the beautiful view before returning. I have been very happy.

Baan Bang Plub

Cycling to the orchard near the city.

If you have a bike ride to visit the grapefruit garden, coconut garden tasting fresh fruit from the garden on the way, visit the coconut sugar compote.
Charcoal, fruit, sprout, bio fertilizer, etc., and try to do it yourself. Based on learning bases. cheerfully The key is near.
Bangkok at “Ban Bang Phlat” Samut Songkhram

Bangplub House is located in Bang Khon District, Samut Songkhram Province. The way the community is with the river. There are many canals surrounded by Mae Klong River.
The garden is rich with coconut, pomelo, lychee, papaya and other fruits.

Teacher Somsong Saengtawan Has initiated “Samut Songkhram Local Wisdom Learning Center”
Make the community stronger. High quality agricultural products. It became a prototype community. Is regarded as “Green Community” and won.
Thailand Tourism Industry From the Tourism Authority of Thailand as follows:

– Outstanding Community Award in Tourism in 2007
– Central Region Tourism Promotion Organization Award in 2008
– Award of Excellence Type of tourist attraction in central region in 2010
– Award of Excellence Types of Central Agricultural Tourism in 2013

On February 4, 2015, Samut Songkhram TAT organized “Baan Bangplub Welcome” project.
Indira Vudsomboon, Director of TAT Samutsongkram Office, and Mr. Anchalee Charutthaisuth Senior Product Manager
Tickets and Fees CIMB Thai Bank Public Company Limited is offering 47 bicycles to Baan Bangpab community.
For free For tourists who visit and study in Bangplab community.

At home some persimmon Have fun. Many tourists enjoy the whole day. If you want to stay overnight.
There is a homestay service.

There is no tourist visiting. If you come to a group, please contact us in advance to arrange meals and accommodation. Food is a menu.
Local house But delicious traditional Mae Klong.

Leisure activities here. It focuses on “cycling” mainly with a wide area. It provides a learning base.
By bike, stop at each point. Have maps and signposts clear. Ride to play chill.

For example, the activities of Bangplad House.

Learning base “Coconut Garden”
Two sides of the bike through. It is full of coconut groves. Ban Bang Phlom community has made sugar from coconut trees. There is a demonstration of sugar stored from coconut trees.
And try to taste coconut sugar from the fresh.

Learning base “How to make coconut sugar”
This base will have the aroma of coconut sugar removed from the stove is one of the charms to taste the sweet taste of coconut sugar so much.
And also try “coconut sugar dip” on each piece of white cloth. Concentrate very well.

Learning base “Pomelo Park”
The grapefruit’s garden here is a good grapefruit garden, good taste. The “big white” grapefruit of the famous province of Samut Songkhram.
Little sweet taste. There is plenty of water, but not easy to peel, no seeds, good taste, high value, tasting fresh grapefruit from the beginning, refreshing to the smooth spin.
Follow the garden ditch.

Learning base “Making the fruits back”
Have a delicious meal together with other fruits and vegetables. Bring Some fruits and vegetables have a bitter taste. The origin of the name.
“Back fruits” such as “wormwood sweet” that is the highlight to try.

We have the skill and knowledge to teach the real do let us do it yourself. From stripping Simple carving
Soaking to the sun with a solar cabinet.

From the vegetables and fruits that we used to scrape, such as bitter gourd, papaya, papaya, mango, pea, grapefruit, etc., all of which are completely preserved.

The traditional wisdom of the ancestors in the processing of vegetables, fruits and preserves to eat longer. It is a Thai dessert.
And there are more types of fruits and vegetables, such as the most bitter. Spirulina is made to taste good ginger, lemon, pepper.
Kaffir lime leaves are sweetened to be sweetened. Even the normal grapefruit must be cut. I have to buy it.

Learning base: “Sapa”
Name the base is very cute. Because here’s a demonstration for us to see the process. “Burn charcoal fruit”, which you sapphire sunrise.
Is a researcher for a long time. The fruit has been used to deodorize as well. It is beautiful to use. I do not think so.

Learning base “Mobile sprout cultivation”
You will be taught to grow non-toxic bean sprouts. Start with the small green beans. Grow
White plump and safe. And it is unique in making a unique, compact, easy to eat every day.
How to do it yourself.

Demonstration of mushroom cultivation

Learning base “Biological fertilizers”
To get the knowledge of bio-fertilizer from Somsong sunlight in depth and easy to understand. You can do it at home.
We will have good quality fertilizer for planting trees.

Learning base “Ban Phaya Som”
Learn how to make crockery using a skull or coconut shell. The sculpture is a beautiful pattern, such as the Pattaya pattern, the year of the zodiac.
It is a delicate work. Currently, it is difficult to find by Somporn Ketkaew.

Fresh coconut water is sweet and delicious to drink free quenching thirst at the learning base.

 

5 Ways to Travel Responsibly in Thailand

How can I be more responsible on the go? It’s a question that has a unique set of answers depending on where you are traveling. Each country is confronted with social, economic and environmental problems, which ultimately are the answer. After living and traveling throughout Thailand for 5 years, I have realized some issues related to this country. Here are 5 easy and reliable travel tips for Thailand.

Can not speak with a plastic bag.

If you have been to Thailand, you will know about the love of plastic bags. Everything seems to come in plastic bags. Sometimes you get a bag in a bag. It is surprising when you get a bottle of Coca-Cola that is poured into a plastic bag with a little ice to give the seller a refund.

It’s easy to break the habit. Just say no plastic bag. You may have been staring at the confused few questions as to why you do not need a purse. In some cases, it does not even indicate that you still have a plastic bag. Take it and deny you even a plastic bag hand is not vulgar.

One important line that you can learn in Thai, which makes a huge difference is “mai sai tung krub”. “No Thanks Bag”

Clean the dog as you go.

Where are these billions of plastic bags going to end? In the sea and on the beach The amount of junk that ended up in a beautiful remote beach in Thailand did not surprise me. In fact, the more distant you are, the more you will get more waste.

Making a difference is really easy. Just hold the garbage bag roll in your backpack. If you come to a desolate beach, take only one hour to clean and you will make a huge difference. More often than not, you get other people involved in helping you.

Not only will you feel good about helping to solve environmental problems. But you will have beautiful beaches for yourself.

Pay the entrance fee to the national park.

Many travelers complained about the price split in the National Park of Thailand. There is a price for locals and a separate price for foreigners, which is generally ten times the local.

Consider for minutes that this money is actually spent for conservation. All entrance fees will be included with the National Park entrance pass. The staff is responsible for fundraising, so it is not a cash for whiskey bottles later in the afternoon. The Thai government has a real conservation effort on the national park, with these funds, such as reforestation and illegal removal of buildings.

Want to support conservation in Thailand? Pay a fee to enter your national park. Be sure to check out a few great national public investigations in one of Thailand’s biggest travel guides, The Lost Passport.

Buy at MA & PA

7/11 Convenience Store owned and operated by CP Group. In recent times, it has been felt that 7/11 has attracted attention throughout Bangkok and other parts of Thailand.

why? Everybody buys it because the baht is less.

7/11 stores have effectively pushed a large number of domestic-owned stores out of business. Small shops with families work for generations, and usually 60 or older seniors in Bangkok. We usually call the Ma & Pa store.

When you spend just a few dollars on the dollar, you can get them to work and work hard.

Avoid animal tourism.

Animal tourism is of interest in Thailand and Southeast Asian countries. In recent times, travelers have become increasingly aware of the cruelty associated with the animal tourism industry.

The elephants were “spoiled” over the years, until they heard their masters. The tigers are drugged so they can be safely patted by the crowd of tourists. The monkeys are kept in small cages, chained to the ground, and have a sword to do tricks for the crowd.

If you want to see animals in Thailand, go to the national park where you will see natural habitats (from a distance) or visit the sacred places where animals are helped by the abuse in the tourism industry.

The best hostel in Europe for solo travelers and travelers. Solo Travelers & Backpackers

Ultimate Hostel: The best hostel in Europe for travelers and tourists in big cities in Europe.
Plan an epic European journey and try to figure out where in all the cities on your itinerary? Let me help you choose from a number of options for finding the best dorm in Europe by sharing my favorites in major European cities. The hostel is ideal for your European trip. 1) You are on a backpacker’s budget. 2) You are solo and want to meet new people. 3) You want to have fun! For almost 10 years now, I have been staying in a European dorm and I have to say that although I like my own bathroom with regular sleep patterns and free snoring zones, the ones I have found in While staying in the hostel It’s what made my trip … not chocolate on my pillow during the opening hours. That’s why I created this post to share what I believe to be the best hostel in Europe for solo travelers and backpackers. PS If you want to create a European tour, please See all the pages of all routes here.

Canal Amsterdam “The best hostel in Europe for solo travelers & backpackers”

Amsterdam, Netherlands:
If you are in Amsterdam, you may go to Flying Pig Downtown because that’s what people do. It’s a great place to stay if you want to meet people and be close to doing all the work, so if you’re traveling solo, it’s probably the right way. I have made flying pigs and I’m honest, I’m not a huge fan. But that was so many years ago, so I can not really give a fair review of how it has been in recent years, and the comments are really pretty good. I would say that even airbnb culture in Amsterdam would be nice. Fear is due to tons of beautiful features for reasonable prices, and many have a canal view. If you are traveling with friends, family or a romantic couple, I would consider staying in airbnb or one of the other types of accommodation options available in Amsterdam. I wrote an article about the most unique place to live in Amsterdam, because you can actually live in a windmill, houseboat and lump house in Rotterdam, which is about an hour away, all at a reasonable price!

Ruins of Athens “The best hostel in Europe for solo travelers & backpackers”

Athens, Greece:
I went to more details about where to stay in Athens in my post-Greece trip. But to put it simply, you should consider staying at City Circus Athens. If you are looking for Hostel & Travelers Inn as well as Athens Backpackers, there are two more robust options available. At City Circus Athens

Barcelona, ​​Spain:
Amazingly, I have been to Barcelona countless times and never been in a hostel. That is mainly due to the fact that I was with a foster family when I lived there, and then when I came back and visited, I might be with a friend or at Airbnb because I did not travel solo. That being said, there are some great and super social hostels in Barcelona. I went really in-depth about my Spanish travel post. But the host of my top choices is Rodamon Barcelona Center and Petrit Fabrizzio. Because of their stellar location and other high ranking hostels that have been ranked high in Barcelona, ​​it has a rating. Except that they can not walk to the best neighborhoods in Barcelona, ​​such as the Gothic Quarter.

Berlin, Germany Attractions in “Best Hostels in Europe for solo travelers and backpackers”

Berlin, Germany:
There are a variety of accommodation options for Berlin, which, by the way, is a city where quite important tourist attractions are spread out, so you will most likely need several public transportation stops during your trip. Where are you located PLUS Berlin is my preferred choice. But there are many options such as the Wombats City Hostel Berlin while on the high side of the hostel price. The EastSeven Berlin Hostel is a good bet and offers reasonably priced rooms.

 

Budapest, Hungary:
Budapest is one of my favorite cities in Europe and Carpe Noctem Original. The hostel is very laid back. But the society is incredible and there are crazy activities every night. When I was here, there was a box of costumes and we dressed in costumes. (I feel like I’m a Santa Claus … randomly) and go out to the town of Carpe Noctem. Original is one of these dormitories where you have two nights to book and end your stay for a few weeks due to location. It feels like home / at your old home / kiosk.

Dubrovnik Old Town in “Europe’s best hostel for solo travelers & backpackers”

Dubrovnik, Croatia:
I actually went into details about my trip post to Croatia. But to summarize here, I may choose to stay in an apartment in Dubrovnik, because the hostel prices are quite high during the busy season and the ratings are below. That being said, if you are a solo traveler who starts a trip out in Dubrovnik, you could meet people at one of the following two hostels: Old Town Hostel or City Walls Hostel. I’m close to the cable car, which is a 5-minute walk from the old town. It’s a great relief to escape the crowd at night and the airport bus picked up on the same street!

Florence in sunset “The best hostel in Europe for solo travelers & backpackers”

Florence, Italy:
I’ll be honest … I was underwhelmeded Beautiful by the hostels in Florence. Nobody sees stellar reviews and the good ones are far from the city center. Florence is one of the most walkable cities in Europe and is very easy to walk on foot, so these locations may not be too far away. The hostel is the most famous in Florence, the Academy Hostel and the PLUS Florence Archi Rossi Hostel and the Hostel Gallo d’Oro. Nice to recommend? Please share in the comments below! It may be the city you look into airbnb or bed and breakfast and regroup from shared bathrooms and dormitories with some additional amenities and your own private space.

Look out from Paragliding Interlaken in “Europe’s Best Dormitory for solo travelers & backpackers”.

Interlaken, Switzerland:
Balmer’s Hostel is not just a place to relax. It is a destination of my own. If you are a backpacker in Switzerland, you come here with simplicity and simplicity. The hostel is located in Interlaken, the city at the base of the Swiss Alps, and also has extreme sports capital. In the winter you have to go to the night and paragliding … more about here … but the hostel itself is a place to stay with good underground bars and tons of other travelers. Not just But explore the mountains of Switzerland, but get excited with activities pumping aggressively.

Lisbon view “The best hostel in Europe for solo travelers & backpackers”

Lisbon, Portugal:
From all major cities in Europe, I think Lisbon has the best hostel. They are all very inexpensive and because there are so many great options, there are tons of activities and perks at each dorm to keep up with the competition. My friends and I are at Home Lisbon Hostel and we are definitely not disappointed. There are tours that you can use with a group dinner hostel and a free work space if you want to finish work.

London Road in “Europe’s best hostel for solo travelers & backpackers”

London, England:
To be honest, I did not succeed in exploring London as a solo traveler. The first time I came to London I stayed at Palmer’s Lodge in the Swiss Cottage. It has some of the best reviews on Hostelworld, but that does not mean that much because no hostel really has stellar reviews in comparison to other cities. Get out and take the time to get into town. Also, when we arrived, there were 2 people sleeping on our bed. But you win some, you lose some, and the staff was good at turning us into a new hostel. The second time I chose to make a private room in airbnb, the problem was that while airbnb was on the most lovely street in London, I did not interact with everyone while I was there. In addition, families do not need to disclose that the bathroom is private or shared in a private room, so I have to share with two others I did not expect. So for those of you who have a great London experience, please share your feedback and I’ll update accordingly!

Madrid, Spain:
I live in my own apartment in Madrid, so I never stayed in a hostel here. But there are so many wonderful people I choose my two fav.

 

Munich, Germany:
Wombats City Hostel Munich Easy There are more than 20,000 reviews on Hostelworld for this hotel, and I think there might be a save. The hostel is conveniently located, hostels, hostels, etc. If you book a room at the last minute and the Wombats are not available, then check out the Youth Hostel Euro, which is a block or two, now the Oktoberfest. The process involved a little bit because these dormitories are sold ahead of time. Fortunately, finding a hostel was not as severe as when I went to the Oktoberfest in 2012, because airbnb had created more supply. However, you may have to deal with any hostel where you can find or book airbnb property and try to split the charges with some friends. You will want to check the hotel as well, sometimes it is cheaper than the accommodation you pay for a bed. Basically, just exhaust all the options in your search for the available property and try not to book too many spots to get out of the city center, where you have to take a long distance train into town.

Paris, France:
There is no secret that the Parisian housing market is notoriously expensive and also expands to hotel / hotel / other. It was a Parisian hostel at the same price as a hotel, so it made more sense to book a hotel if You travel with others because the dorm is not that scary though. Now I may suggest getting airbnb as my first choice if you are on a budget because there is a huge supply and a more reasonable price compared to the hotel. If you are on your own, perhaps check out the Vintage Gare du Nord by Hophophostels? I honestly hesitate to recommend any since no one has a good review. But this one looks good enough … not tempting super. I know at least with this hostel, negative reviews do not seem to be too much trouble compared to other reviews at St. Christopher’s Dorm and Generator.

Prague, Czech Republic:
Prague has a lot of well-reviewed rooms at a reasonable price, with over 2,000 reviews. If you are in one of the following, I think you will be happy with the experience. They all have daily activities, a nightly dinner and one hostel accommodation. There is a free evening dinner at Madhouse. I stayed at Hostel Mosaic House when I went to Prague because I booked and that was the option. Best The beds are super comfortable and the place is convenient. But I think all three options are better if they have room availability!

Hostel Home

Hostel One Prague

Madhouse Prague

Roman Forum in “The Best Hostels in Europe for solo travelers & backpackers”

Rome, Italy:
I do not want to say that Rome has a distinctive host. But there are many options to choose from. I think part of the reason is because Rome is huge. However, it is still a walking city because public transport is not so phenomenal. So many people are surprised at the location of the hostel. I am at Hostel Alessandro Downtown, because I go to a lot of people and Book a trip 2 days before, but I think there are better options. The most famous hostel is The Yellow, which claims to be a hostel party, because they have their own bar across the street, where many tourists go out. Check out the Dreaming Rome Hostel for free breakfast and free pasta dinner, and about a mile from the Colosseum.

Ronda Spain in “Best Dormitory in Europe for solo travelers & backpackers”

Ronda, Spain:
I would like to include Hotel Ronda on the list because after several nights staying in a hostel I would always recommend booking the hotel for at least a night to recover and reimburse. All situations in the shared bathroom, and the lights on and off at night, can cause wear and tear. So if there is a city with good hotels for hostel prices, Hotel Ronda can book around € 50 and is a place. Great place The staff was sweet and they had a complimentary breakfast of coffee, fruit and pastries in the morning. Ronda is also a city that I think you can have as much fun as you can with people.

La Banda on the deck of Seville, Spain, in “the best hostel in Europe for solo travelers and backpackers”.

Seville, Spain:
La Banda Rooftop Hostel is my latest accommodation and one of the best in Europe for single travelers. If you are going for Semana Santa this is all you have to do … read the reason here. Hint: It is because of their roof. There are many reasons why this place is a great place, including a location next to the cathedral and Alcazar, a great social place and comfortable bed. It is also very clean. Have someone in the bathroom make sure of that litera.

New Guide to ABU DHABI: Everything You Need to Do in ABU DHABI

While his close neighbors Dubai is always a focus of world records, almost every day, Abu Dhabi is the largest city in the UAE and is the capital of the United Arab Emirates. With so many to offer and located just a short distance from Dubai, visitors in each city should try to visit other places as they both have different highlights. Here’s everything you need to do in Abu Dhabi!

Abu Dhabi Mosque – Must See Abu Dhabi

Quick Guide to Abu Dhabi
Before arriving
Etihad calls Abu Dhabi as their home base, so check their website for great deals on flight prices or see their global airline partners. Many foreigners do not need a visa to enter the United Arab Emirates and many others qualify for a visa (free) upon arrival. See all items here.

On arrival
The most convenient way to get around town is by taxi, offering a flat rate of 75 dirhams (approximately $ 20 USD / $ 25 AUD). The journey takes about 40 minutes depending on the traffic.

Spinning around
The easiest way to get around Abu Dhabi is by car and by international standards, taxis are still reasonable. It is also within walking distance. But heat may be the biggest obstacle.

Getting By
Visiting the UAE as a foreigner is almost as scary as possible. Of course, there is a bit of cultural shock … But as in Dubai, Abu Dhabi is filled with expatriates who make the international city a lot. There are certain laws to beware of such a state of Muslim majority:

Dress a semi-greenhouse with no short shorts or skirts, and not too much skin. Of course, in mosques, dressing is more strictly done by women covering their heads, ankles and wrists. (At the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, you can rent Abaya to cover yourself.)

Do not show public love – that is, kissing or hugging in public.

During Ramadan, no one is allowed to eat or drink in public because it is a fasting month for Muslims.

Things to see
Sheik Zayad Mosque – See the full guide to the Great Mosque here.

Emirates Palace – An Impressive Show of Ultimate Wealth High tea is pleasant!

Ferrari World – It looks like a huge theme park based on a car brand.

where is
The city of Abu Dhabi is filled with spectacular sights.

Emirates Palace – The lush Arabian palaces that will make you feel like a royal family when you come.

Fairmont Bab Al Bahr – Modern rooms with views of the Great Mosque.

Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort – Escape from the desert, out by the desert, camel wilderness, and endless possibilities of the stars.

What to eat and drink
Arabian dishes should surprise you. Be sure to try the hummus, falafel, halloumi roast, tabouleh, ghanoush baba and Arabian dessert fattoush. It’s surprising!

restaurant
Italian – Try Frankie’s Italian cuisine with the best Italian home. Open for lunch and dinner at Fairmont Bab Al Bahr.

Japanese – Try the Zuma for a delicious Japanese meal and a great cocktail. Open for lunch and dinner at The Galleria.

Lebanon – Beirut Beirut for the Middle East Open for lunch and dinner @ Jumeirah at Etihad Towers.

get out
Dubai is nearby and less than 2 hours to drive. Taxis are also available for travel. Desert safari is also popular and is available every day.

VISITING JERUSALEM

There are some places you visit in the world that you immediately know will not compare to where else you have been in the past or ever will in the future. Jerusalem is unequivocally one of them. This is a holy city that has been rife throughout all ages and has been battled by all three monotheistic religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Today, the city is divided into four parts: the Jewish Quarter, the Christian Quarter, the Muslim Quarter and the Armenian Quarter. While on the surface, there is peace and prosperity in modern-day Jerusalem. The fact, under the class of history, shows the struggle in the past. It is still present in this ancient city, once the center of the world. Class of history is not shaped. But it is literally literal, since the city has been destroyed and rebuilt more than once in history. Each time the city was rebuilt, it was on the floor of another ruin, which made it unique throughout the ages.

A week in Israel – Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Old City, King of David – Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Jerusalem

While appearing on a calm surface on the surface. There are many important battles that have been going on throughout history to this day, and will no doubt continue for many years to come. The mantra is intermittent throughout the day, while on Friday afternoon the old town is full of Jewish people who are coming to pray at the Western Wall, the most sacred place for Jews. However, even the Western Wall did not come without a complicated accident. But after the second temple was destroyed by the Romans in May, 70. It is therefore considered to be the most sacred place for Jews. The place where the monastery once stands is the impressive golden dome mosque … What do I mean about complex ?!

It is important to ask questions across Israel to explore history. But nowhere in the world is it more true than in Jerusalem – there is enough history to come in. For example, you will be forgiven for being confused all the time. This city is especially if you are interested in learning about this subject fairly. Do not be surprised if your advice asks you to respect your religion before the start of the day and prepare your day for the better, as well as visiting the tombs of Jesus Christ while Catholics prefer to use the Vail. If you do not have any religion, then ask many questions because there is no understanding in the background. And title to be used at all.

Be sure to walk through every quarter to experience the authenticity of each one. I like the Muslim neighborhood in the market and visit the church of the sacred cemetery in the Christian district. Another highlight for Christian visitors is Stations of the Cross, located at Via Dolorosa, and to be honest, this article will cover all Bible-related articles and references in Jerusalem.

If you can look through the chaos and admiration of this sacred city with its unique beauty and history, you will enjoy Jerusalem and its controversy. The old town is almost where you should spend most of the time here. But do not be afraid to venture and feel the way of life in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel and the largest city.

Apart from Old Town, a unique feature for weekend visitors is a trip to the Machane Yehuda Market on Friday afternoon to see the chaos that locals are trying to collect in their market. Evening of friday Lasted until the same time on Saturday evening.

There is something far beyond Jerusalem that should not be taken for the West to experience Bethlehem, and to see the difference in Palestinian life and opportunities. In support of their local community, no doubt. About Coins Tourism

Jerusalem Christian Quarter Jerusalem

Trip Details:
I visited Jerusalem with Israel Eyal my guide who organized a private tour in Israel.

I visited Bethlehem with a local Palestinian guide organized by my Eyal.

I stayed at the Dan Boutique Hotel, which had great views of the city.

Those who eat vegetarian food will enjoy the Cafe Mamilla.

Be sure to practice yourself with the authentic Falafel Arab Shuk (Market – in a Muslim neighborhood).

My trip was organized by Go Israel.

14 Reasons to Visit Zanzibar

With clear sea water like a palm tree rising in the wind and fresh straw-filled coconut and ready for drinking, it should not be enough to convince everyone that Zanzibar is one of the unlikely destinations. Most Trusted in Africa However, this article explains why it is now the best time to visit Zanzibar’s magical spice island, with such a growing popularity in the late decades and the growing tourism industry. Rapid (Zanzibar Resident)

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1. Go to the beach yourself.
There are only 12 islands on Mnemba Island off the coast of Zanzibar, as well as one of the best in the world. Visit

If visiting Mnemba is a little costly, you will be happy to learn that there are plenty of beaches in Zanzibar waiting for you. With the increasing number of tourists, it is now a great time to enjoy the island of paradise on your own.

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2. See the sky come to life.
Every morning and evening of my stay in Zanzibar, I enjoyed the natural light show because of the lively sky, sunrise and sunset. The sky is as bright as you can imagine with a palette of purple, orange and yellow that shines in the sky in the early morning and before dinner.

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3. Experience the local lifestyle on the sailboat.
Sailing in the sunset I can not help it. In the other hand, the camera in the other corner, it’s like having my own sea when the sun starts. Located on the island of Mnemba on my right and the coast of Zanzibar to my left.

Fish and seafood are an important part of local culture with natural resources, so even if you do not eat seafood. (Vegetarian for 11 years), but you can still enjoy the culture and understand better. For Island Life!

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4. Eat local food.
Return to the mainland of Zanzibar alone. Can not come to the island without going to Stone Town and sampling local food to help your mouth watering fresh spices to offer the simplest foods in life!

Traveling around Stone Town will guide you to a wide range of food, street food, food markets and charming small cafes to stop and watch the world.

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5. Canoeing in the clearest water in the world.
One of my biggest highlights for my time in Zanzibar is taking in water: kayaking, paddle-up, rowing, paddle … you name it! After previously duplicating the Maldives and Fiji with the world’s most clear sea for snorkelling, I think my visit to Zanzibar showed me that the last addition to this trifecta was the island. Mnemba!

Visit Zanzibar daily, local boat trips and snorkeling around the island, as it is home to many marine wildlife and the world’s most crystal clear water, perfect for water sports!

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6. Stay in the traditional Banda.
Imagine yourself just a few meters from the barefoot beach and living in a bikini. Sounds like you want to live a banda! Traditional bungalows are beachfront bungalows lined up and here in Zanzibar, which usually means no doors or windows … just the sea breezes and sandy feet!

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7. It is one of the most romantic places in the world.
Looking for a unique honeymoon location to memorize for many years and decades to come? Look no further! There are many hidden beaches, islands and luxury boutique hotels to discover in Zanzibar. From romantic nights on the beach to separate bands and private beach escape, there are endless romantic nights!

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8. Visit the bustling Market Street of Stone Town.
The visit to Stone Town is full of vibrant colors, friendly local spices and plenty of chaos! As you walk down the street, you will notice folk crying as they welcome visitors with their friendly Jambo or Hakuna Matata. The local market is full of spices, fruits, vegetables and meat. To attract local people and visitors.

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9. Time passes to understand the history of slavery.
In Stone Town, visit the old slave markets and museums to understand the slave trade and how this has affected the history of Zanzibar as the world’s last slave trade market. Interest in the town of Stonington for sight.

 

10. Experiencing wildlife in the non-existent world.
One of the world’s most crystal clear waters and impressive marine mammals make visitors to swim in Zanzibar for snorkeling and diving. Mnemba Island is a popular diving destination. The Zanzibar Travel Guide is available every morning.

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11. Close the clock from reality.
I always find that shutdown is the best way to turn on the machine and Zanzibar is no exception. All the great activities aside, Zanzibar is also an ideal place for recreation and scheduling of beautiful beaches. Do not forget to bring the book!

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Try real coconut water.
Zanzibar is the best living tropical island and means fresh fruit is abundant! Coconut is abundant in Zanzibar so grab yourself a real deal, throw the straw and kick back with coconut water while the world is passing. Pineapple and bananas are also surplus, so if you like your sweet fruit, please try these too!

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13. Discover the door of Stone Town.
One of Zanzibar’s biggest cards is the charm of the ancient Stone Town. So do not forget to spend at least half a day exploring hidden jewels along the crooked alleyways. One of my favorite ways to explore the city of Stonington is to discover all the beautiful old doors, which offer insights into the world with more time. But still maintain the sanctity.

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14. Discover where Freddy Mercury was born.
Calling all Freddie Mercury fans: Stone Town is the birthplace of the entertainment industry and the homemade boy is born! Freddie Mercury is one of the most famous of Zanzibar’s most famous celebrities, Freddie Mercury. If you are a fan, be sure to drop and look outside of the house. (As a private residence) and get the pleasure quickly.

A QUICK GUIDE TO MIAMI

Not long ago, I paid attention to how I never wrote a guide to Miami, even when I was really happy with my time. I traveled to Miami straight after traveling all over the southern United States and before traveling to St Barthelemy, so this small town by sea escapes very little attention. But, alas, here we are in a quick guide to Miami, featuring a favorite place to live, eat and play!

Miami Florida

Population: 420,000+
Known for: beaches and clubs.
Climate: warm and dry from November to mid-April (summer), monsoon climate
A quick guide to Miami
Before arriving
Miami has the hottest temperatures in the US in the winter, making it a popular holiday destination for both Americans and visitors from far away. Winter is much cheaper to visit. With additional availability. But do not forget that Miami has a tropical monsoon climate.

On arrival
Like other US cities, airport shuttle services are the most popular way to travel between the airport and the city. (Supershuttle) as it reduces the passengers from the airport to their hotels. Otherwise, public transport is a viable option (Metrorail and Metrobus) or a pre-booked taxi or car.

Spinning around
Choosing to stay in the heart of downtown Miami comes with many benefits – sandy beaches, walking to most places, and everything at your fingertips. South Beach is home to choices. It is popular, such as Miami Beach (north of South Beach) and Downtown Miami for some luxury hotels.

If you are planning to see Florida cities and remote areas in the US, the car will be very useful. But the connection between the city is very good as well.

Things to see
Key Biscane – An island town located south of Miami Beach and a great spot to unwind from the busy crowd.

Villa Vizcaya – Italian-style villa with special garden to explore. Daily open traffic is expected Tuesday.

Villa Casa Casuarina – It used to be the old house of Giovanni Versace, and now is a luxury hotel. If you can get into the door through a security guard, this is a special villa to see first hand.

Venetian Pool – A historic public pool that feels as good as watching in Miami Heat!

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What to eat and drink
With Miami immigrant populations, Miami is a major destination for foodies interested in sampling Latin American food.

La Mar (Peru) – The chef (Gaston Acurio) knows his stuff. Within a few minutes I was informed that Peru has almost 4,000 varieties of potatoes and it is recommended to try one dish off the menu. Nature I force dessert (lemon meringue pie) is the only orange dessert I’ve ever had – just God!

Zuma (Japan) – Located in downtown, this is said to be the best Japanese restaurant in Miami.

Joe’s Stone Crab (Seafood) – For seafood lovers, Joe’s is located in South Beach and serves fresh seafood.

Ceviche 105 (Peruvian) – Another great choice of Peru, located in the heart of the city.

get out
Orlando – Many travelers continue to Orlando, Floridia, home of Universal Studios, Disneyland, Wet and Wild, Sea World … You can be overwhelmed. The soil of happiness itself.

Key West – A one-day trip to Key West is a great way to escape Miami’s fast and see what all the fuss about Florida is about. This is where you can relax and take a moment to take it all!

Everglades – Everglades are a popular day trip and a great choice if you are traveling with children who are in one way or another tired of the beach!

Bahamas – You can choose to make a quick day trip by ferry to the Bahamas or better yet, make a further stop on your trip!

Bangkok Travel Guide

So you get quick directions in Bangkok. You’ve come to the right place! The city can be very overwhelming and not just But because the population exceeds a whopping 11 million! Sounds, sounds and odors will awaken your senses. But there is so much to see and do in Bangkok that you do not want to miss on any deals.

So here is our nonsense guide to Bangkok to help you get your first visit to the Thai capital!

Bangkok

Population: 6.355 million +
City slogan: “Glorious as if created by angels …”
Climate: Tropical monsoon climate. (July to October is the rainy season)
WOW Express Bangkok Guide
Before arriving
Visitors in Thailand are very pleased to know that most foreigners do not require a visa for stays of up to thirty days. See the list of all countries with visa exemptions in Thailand.

On arrival
There are two airports in Bangkok: Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang Airport (DMK), formerly Bangkok’s main airport, and used by almost all airlines except for budget airlines such as Air Asia. Both airports are located about thirty kilometers from the city and the journey time to the city depends on the traffic. (Depending on the delay)

The most popular way to get to the city is the Airport Rail Link or Taxi. If you arrive during peak traffic during Peak Hour, Airport Rail Link will allow you to travel to the city quickly.

If at any time you travel briefly through Bangkok during your trip to other destinations, there are not many airport hotels that offer free airport transfers and indicate no visa requirements are quite easy to get off the airport. spend journey time A good night’s rest before your flight the next morning. You will find the right hotel from about $ 30 per night (no fancy!).

Spinning around
The Bangkok Metro system is easy to use and efficient, making it the best way to travel around the city. In the distance, walking around town is fun if you stay in a city center hotel. However, during warmer months, it is usually quite humid and tedious if you are walking far. Tuk Tuk is another popular way to travel. But expect to pay the tourist! Do not forget to always exchange products at a good price.

Getting By
If this is your first visit to Southeast Asia, be prepared for the cultural situation! Almost everything is different and exciting – including culture, food, customs and so on. Thai is the official language and people in the English speaking area are limited in respect. Please try the following phrase:

Hello: Zavala

Excuse Me, Sorry: Kha-Toor

Thanks: Ka-cup-kun

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Things to see
Interested in Thai culture? Head to:

Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew Wat Arun Floating Market; Chinatown; And Wat Pho (Old Town)

Interested in traveling to Beaten Path?

There are some good markets in Bangkok to find hidden gems and local goods, including Rod Fai Market; Flower market; Papaya Vintage

Interested in shopping? Here are the top shopping malls:

Central Siam Square; Siam Paragon; MBK; Terminal 21 (WOW FAVE); And the central embassy The campus also has a great gift shop and wine shop.

What to eat and drink
Thai food is one of the most interesting and interesting palettes in the world, with a mixture of sweet and sour flavors. There are many Thai restaurants throughout the city. There are also many great international restaurants. The best restaurants can be found in the Sukhumvit area. For a budget meal, head to Khao San Road or try the street food.

get out
If you spend more than a few days in Bangkok and are looking for a good day trip, there are many flights out of Bangkok. Some of the most popular include:

Amphawa (floating market, which is popular among locals)

Bang Pa-in (Summer Palace makes travel today is popular)

Hua Hin (nearby seaside town)

Nakhon Pathom (the oldest city in Thailand)

Petchaburi (historic city with colorful temples)