Tanah Lot Temple and 10 more locationsToday
Canggu, a fantastic little town in Bali that is popular among young travelers, surfers, and digital nomads. Hidden behind the bigger and busier cities Kuta and Seminyak, Canggu is holding on to a backpack laid-back town vibe where lush green rice fields are surrounding the countless hipster cafes, fantastic restaurants, yoga studios and loads of creative inspiration.
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Rinca Island and 6 more locations19 Nov
One of the best-untouched treasures of Indonesia are the Komodo islands. Komodo National Park is part of Flores, a group of 29 small and big quite white-sanded islands. Read everything about Komodo National Park.
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Wat Benchamabophit (The Marble Temple) and 10 more locations04 Nov
Bangkok, the charming, buzzing, huge, somewhat overwhelming capital of Thailand. Bangkok is the city where most travelers start their journey through Thailand or Asia. With all these things to do in Bangkok you can easily spend three days exploring the city.
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Akha Ama Coffee and 4 more locationsOct 2018
Chiang Mai is one of the best places in the world to live a life as a digital nomad. Cheap accommodation, amazing Thai food, relatively cheap western food, incredible WiFi speeds and a wide range of cafes to work in Chiang Mai. The one has amazing coffee, the other better WiFi.
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Nusa Penida Island and 5 more locationsOct 2018
Kelingking has become one of the main attractions of Nusa Penida and Bali. It has become popular because it looks like a T-Rex head from the top. From the viewpoint, you have a look over the limestone formations, ocean, and Kelingking Beach. The walk down to this beach is a hard one and might be even the most difficult beach to reach
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Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary and 8 more locationsOct 2018
Ubud is a popular art village in the center of Bali. The area has become popular because of its surrounding rice fields like Tegalalang, countless waterfalls, yoga retreats or to hike up Mount Batur. Everyone spends their time in Ubud differently. While one prefers to stay out of the city in a retreat other go restaurant hopping or explore its nature. Find out about all the things to do in Ubud in this 3-day guide.
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