Southeast Asia has been a backpacker’s paradise for decades. Truth be told, there are quite a lot of travelling routes that are so famous with backpackers that they are customarily considered to be a section in the “Backpacker Trail”. Despite the fact that there are a few varieties all through the region, it is for the most part a well-known destination since it is moderately safe and affordable to visit. There are thousands of things to do in this part of the world and some breathtaking natural attractions. Are you planning you first ever backpacking adventure in this region? Then this blog is for you!
With booking flights to Southeast Asia, many tend to book one flight into one a particular area of a country and a return flight back home from another area of the region. It is definitely wise checking to ensure your ticket can be changed, as quite a lot of tourists will realize that their trip turns out to be longer as they familiarize themselves with the place. There are a lot of fascinating sights in the area, so ensure you have done your homework and have arranged a journey that will take you from Hua Hin through Ha Long Bay to Bali.
One main reason which inspire for some individuals to backpack through this region is its affordability. Southeast Asia is generally reasonable, and if you are tight on budget, you can easily manage a day in $20. Be that as it may, to treat yourself with few comforts and excursions, if you can afford to spend $40 a day, you will be able to enjoy a range of activities and find yourself comfortable with seafood in Patong many parts of this region.
If possible try to tie in your agenda with few big events in the local calendar. Regardless of whether it’s Cambodia for Songkran in April or Malaysia for Raya, you are guaranteed have a once in a lifetime experience. Many visiting the region will want to take into account local weather patterns to make the most out of the trip.
Make certain to know do’s and don’ts of different cultures. Is Malaysia pretty conservative about dress codes? Will businesses in Thailand close for Thai New year? One of the dynamic cultural adventures you may experience while in the region is food. Try not to say no to street food! While a few things might be somewhat intense for western palates, skip expensive tourist honeymoon packages at Holiday Inn Resort Phuket and do as local people do-spare cash by eating from road sides!
When you’re exploring the region, there is a possibility that things could turn out badly. In any case, more often than not, you will find your way out easily. You will surely meet quite a lot of backpackers and tourists in Southeast Asia so be outgoing and embrace changing plans to experience new adventures.