The moment I stepped foot on Indonesia I felt a colorful energy radiate through my body. It was as if I had found my paradise. For me, this has been the best country on earth. It could be the beautiful mix of different languages, religions, and cultures that are found on its many, many islands.
The world-famous Ao Phang Nga bay sits in the Andaman Sea between Phuket and Krabi. No matter how much time you may have in Thailand, this is a place that you need to visit.
Visiting Thailand was something that had always been number one on my bucket list. Growing up in New York, I had a strong desire to visit a place that was so different from my life in the US. These are my top four experiences to do in Northern Thailand.
When it comes to scenic and competitive cycling, there is no better place to experience the sport at it’s finest then in Taiwan at it’s annual Cycling Festival. This festival has it all, from events for professionals to beginners. Everyone is welcome to join in on the cycling fun.
Southern Vietnam is buzzing with energy. With thousands of motorbikes rumbling down the street at once, and market vendors shouting their prices at all hours of the day, this is one country that is full of life, despite it’s tumultuous history. These are four places you must visit when exploring the lush southern country.
Seoul is the cultural hub of South Korea. In this hip Asian city, style is everywhere; found in clothing, music, experiences, and attitude. The ultimate Korean experience is K-pop, a colorful, pop music sensation that is sweeping Korea, China, and Japan. I attended a live K-pop Tv show and it sure was an interesting experience!
In Seoul, the food scene is spicy, sweet, and savory. It’s a place where one dish is simply not enough; in fact most meals have over 10 dishes. Whether you explore questionable looking night markets or world-class restaurants, one thing is consistent; Korean food is packed with flavor.
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