Do I Really Need an Onward Ticket? Our Experience in Thailand (+Tips)

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Wat Pho - Bangkok, Thailand - Do I Need an Onward Ticket

In order to obtain visa on arrival in Thailand you need to present a fully paid ticket which is usable within 15 days since the date of entry (source: Royal Thai Embassy). Visa on arrival currently allows you to stay in Thailand for up to 15 days. And that’s why here is this rule – you must provide a proof of onward … Read More

Bangkok to Singapore: 2 Week Overland Backpacking Itinerary + Tips

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Langkawi - Bangkok Singapore Overland Backpacking Itinerary

Friends, let’s travel to Asia together! Let’s go on a 2 week trip and travel all the way from Bangkok to Singapore overland! That’s how I started a Facebook update, that I posted on our Facebook page few months ago. Why did I do that? Because for some longer time we had this idea, that we would love to take others on a … Read More

Renting a Scooter in Langkawi (From 2 EUR per Day)

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Kaspars rides a scooter in Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi is an archipelago of 104 islands. The main island, pulau Langkawi, is the largest of them all and it is one of the most popular islands in Malaysia. During the dry season, between December and March, it’s a popular tourist hotspot attracting thousands of people both from other parts of Malaysia and from abroad. When traveling to Langkawi you should … Read More

Antarctica Never Disappoints – 10 Reasons to Visit The White Continent

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Emperor penguins - Why go to Antarctica

Have you ever thought about traveling to Antarctica? If the answer is yes, then continue reading and you will learn more about the White Continent. But, if you aren’t sure, if it’s worth doing, and why would someone do that, then this is for you as well. Because in this article, which is written by our fellow Latvian blogger and traveler Zane Enina (her … Read More

Keep Calm and Use a Hammock

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Kaspars sleeping in a hammock - Langkawi island, Malaysia

How often did you arrive at a campsite only to find it overcrowded and with no flat ground in sight for your tent? Or maybe you wish to travel light and you don’t really want to carry and assemble a tent? Well, the answer to these problems is simple – camp with a hammock! This versatile piece of equipment is … Read More