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Thailand is one of the most popular travel destinations in Southeast Asia and for good reason. Because the country has everything to offer for a dream vacation: fantastic beaches, fascinating temples, jungles and national parks, mountain villages and social relationships and of course the megacity of Bangkok. But what is the best time to travel to Thailand?
The question of all questions. When should we go to Vietnam? Now is the best time to travel to Vietnam? Due to the different climate zones in the country, there is no exact answer. However, in order to make your decision a little easier, we have gathered some relevant information.
The Mekong Delta or Vietnam’s rice bowl is not only one of Vietnam’s most important agricultural regions, but is also loved by locals and tourists alike for its ever-green paradise. Therefore, in this post we describe a few ideal ways to travel the Mekong Delta.
Imagine being exposed on a lonely island. Where would you like to be stranded? For us it is very clear: New Zealand! Of course, the term “island” is a bit broad here, because with its 269,652 km² New Zealand is not a small pirate island in the traditional sense. But what we find so fascinating
The Burmese Star Tortoise is unique in central Myanmar, but its species is considered to be highly endangered. This rare species has almost been exterminated by illegal poaching. As a last resort, breeding in breeding stations such as the Wildlife Sanctuary Minzontaung applies.
A non-profit initiative has declared war on the lack of books in Laos. And with success. What started with an idea from a former US publisher has developed into a successful project that spreads education and enjoyment of reading across the country.
There is hardly a more diverse nature reserve than the Lorentz National Park in Western Guinea: The UNESCO World Heritage extends from glaciers to pristine rainforest and swamp forests to the tropical sea on an area of more than 23,000 square kilometre. An overview.
A visit to the old imperial city of Hue is like a journey back in time to Vietnam’s magnificent imperial era. The complex of Hue monuments, consisting of the large citadel and the magnificent imperial tombs, testify to a time long before the war and are waiting to be discovered.
Every year the square around the Golden Stupa in Vientiane turns into a huge hype for almost a week: During the country’s most important Buddhist festival, the That Luang Festival, the city is in a kind of a state of emergency.