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n Japan, one of the most common ways for travelers to connect to the internet is to use public WiFi or some other WiFi hotspots in places like coffee shops, your hotel room, shopping centers, and even at some train stations. Find out what's the best option available for you!
The busier the better, a sentiment many disagree with, but the seemingly more frenzied of cities are often where I feel most at home. See Mumbai in the early morning through the eyes of one of our trip designers.
Early mornings in Chiang Mai have a feeling all their own. The warm air and the glimmer of sunlight bouncing off golden spires, the hum of slow-moving early morning traffic, and the chants from temple grounds all make an early holiday morning worthwhile.
Vietnam has firmly planted her feet on the travel map, and is arguably now one of the most sought after destinations the world over. Numbers of international visitors are up with most raving about the people, landscapes and food (all the clichéd travel stuff) and for good reason.
Traveling around the world, our tour experts find the best introduction to the people of the destination, and the destination itself, to be a stroll through a local market. Whether it’s a rickshaw ride through Old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk Market or an encounter with the Flower Hmong hill tribe in Vietnam’s Bac Ha Sunday Market, the marketplace gives visitors wonderful insight into the day-to-day lives of foreign cultures, and offers endless opportunity to immerse yourself.
“Have you heard about the lost city?” asks Sean, our Cambodian guide, who seems eager to expand our horizons beyond the temple complex of Angkor Wat. Lost city? We’re intrigued.
Each year trends change, destinations mature, new spots emerge, more flight routes open, and travelers long for different experiences, possibly making what was a top ten trip the year prior not even make the list in the new year. Take a look at our top ten bestselling tours of 2019.
Greeted by the glow of the city sunrise and the banter of a throng of travelers awaiting their early morning journey from De Tham Street, one of the many streets and alleys in Saigon’s sprawling backpack district, we sleepily push our way through the dirty glass doors of our local ticket agent in search of bus tickets to Mui Ne in Vietnam’s Binh Thuan province.
There are roughly six million motorbikes and scooters in this city formerly known as Saigon. And I'm sitting on the back of one. In rush hour traffic. I'm not ashamed to admit I'm scared as hell and wondering why I ever agreed to take this four-hour city tour on a vintage Vespa.