It is always important to do your research before travelling to a new destination. With more travellers wanting to venture further and further, there are new rules for us to follow.
Visas: When entering a new country, it is vital that you check and visa requirements. Some countries such and Thailand allow you to enter by air for 30 days without the requirement of a visa, however their neighbouring country Laos requires a 30-day visa. Some Visas must be obtained in advance while others can be obtained on arrival. It is always handy to carry some spare passport photos with you for ease at immigration.
Passport: Most countries outside of Europe will require 6 months on your passport on day of entry into their country, always check your expiry dates especially if you are going on a long adventure. Make sure you have enough full pages available within your passport for visa and stamps as this could cause you to be refused entry.
Kuala Lumpur, the hub of Malaysia, is one of the most visited tourist destinations around the world. Situated midway down west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is near the meeting place of Klang and Gombek rivers. It is the largest city in Malaysia with a population of over one and a half million from all of Malaysia’s several ethnic groups. Cheap and reasonable packages are available for short trips to this wonderful city. Some part of the city was renovated recently while the other parts of the city remain unchanged. This scattered modernisation has made the city more attractive for both the city’s modern attractions and its historical and cultural appeal. You can feel the history and culture of Kuala Lumpur from its open air markets and Chinese and Hindu temples. Kuala Lumpur is certainly a city your do not want to miss out on, with so much do see and do, great night life and street food galore.
Indonesia is host to some of the most beautiful places to visit, if you are looking for a paradise location you should travel to the Gili Islands. There are three islands to visit; Gili Air, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan, all offering a unique travel experience.
The islands are full of picturesque views and beautiful beaches outlining each one. If you are interested in the ocean, you can hire snorkel gear and head out to swim alongside the turtles as they eat their breakfast. Alternatively, you can go scuba diving and see an even wider variety of marine life, including sharks.
You can watch the sunset over the islands while drinking at one of the local beachside bars and relax on a alang-alang as you reminisce about your amazing day. If you haven’t already added the Gili Islands to your travelling destinations list, you had better add it now as it is the perfect paradise location.
If you are looking for suitable accommodation for your next holiday or backpacking adventure, choosing Air BnB is becoming a popular option. If you are looking for something different for this year’s travels, then why not try it out. Air BnB is a place where hosts can advertise their property or room, and travellers can book it up. You have the choice when searching, to filter properties within a particular area, whether you are after an entire place a room or even a shared room, Air BnB’s hosts will have you covered. You are able to see the location of the property on a map, which allows you to select those closer to the city, beach or specific amenities. You are able to browse specific places and the site will only show properties available for your selected dates, alternatively you can look at the availability calendar of each property. The payment process is safe and easy, making it a new favourite option for travellers and holiday makers.
Bali is just one of 17,000 regions that comprise Indonesia and is the most preferred location for holiday markers.
All around the globe, Bali is referred to as a ‘paradise island’ with sunshine drenched coastlines, white sand, great surf spots and friendly communities. When you travel to Bali you will instantly realise prices are not quite as cheap as they once were.
Tourism has picked up here and whilst it’s stupendously cheaper than Australia and New Zealand, it’s pricy compared to Thailand and Vietnam. Don’t get us wrong, Balinese individuals are extremely friendly and they are not out to get you, but you will come across expensive restaurants and costly excursions. Do you homework for cheaper prices, many tourism companies have one time deal and
Although they are accepting of westerners, you will get a better deal if you’re friendlier and attempt to observe their customs – also if you do not get it right, they’ll love your effort. Reaching Bali is fairly straightforward from any nation though a stopover could be cheaper. Make sure you choose the right places when you visit Bali and don’t expect it to be as cheap as it was 5 years ago!