Mumbai is one of the most exciting and vibrant cities in India. We’ve visited twice now, but have barely scratched the surface of all there is to do! We’re so excited to feature this article by local Mumbaikar, Palak Gupta, as she shares her insider knowledge for getting off the beaten path in Mumbai, India. [Read more…]
Getting Off the Beaten Path in Beijing, China
Getting advice from locals and expats before you travel is a great way to learn more about a city and make the most of your time there. We’re so excited to share this guest post from Sergi who lived and worked in Beijing for five years. In this article he shares his top tips on getting off the path in Beijing, China.
We are so excited to share this guest post from Nick Kembel, author of “Taiwan in the Eyes of a Foreigner.” Nick has been living in Taiwan for over eight years and is full of knowledge on the best eats and places to visit that many travelers never make it to. He’s shared with us five of his top insider recommendations for getting off the beaten path in Taipei, Taiwan. They all sound amazing to us! Which activities do you want to do? [Read more…]
We are so excited to share this guest post from Oliver Hyde, a traveler/business consultant who has made Mandalay, Myanmar his home away from home in Asia. We love getting recommendations about a place from people who know it well. Read on for Oliver’s insider tips for getting off the beaten path in Mandalay. [Read more…]
Huge thanks to our friends Nick and Dariece over at Goats On The Road for publishing our article about getting off the beaten path in Phnom Penh! We love sharing fun and offbeat experiences, and it’s an honor to have our article up on their site. Please read the article, share it, or comment below. Thanks a million 😀
Ok, I’ll be honest, we aren’t actually big on itineraries.
Mae Salong is a peaceful mountain top town in northern Thailand known for Oolong tea production. Its location near the Myanmar border and prominent Chinese influence make it an interesting place to spend some time. We stayed almost a week!
For a sense of freedom, and the chance to do something arguably stupid and dangerous, there’s nothing like renting a motorbike and riding around a country with few to no traffic laws.
It’s one of our favorite things to do!