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18 Best Places to Travel Alone in Asia

Southeast Asia Backpacking Route: 18 Best Places to Travel Alone in Asia

Why Southeast Asia?

Southeast Asia is both affordable and exotic and that makes it to the top of international travel lists. There are so many beautiful things to see but I gave my best to make an ideal Southeast Asia backpacking route to experience the best of the exotic culture.

Important to mention Southeast Asia is also a perfect and safe destination for those who are travelling alone for the first time. If you are backpacking alone be prepared to observe fabulous cosmopolitan cities, tiny ethnic villages, and UNESCO World Heritage sites. Last but not least the beauty of natural wonders will leave you in a state of euphoria. So magnificent the diversity and exotic grandeur of Southeast Asia.

Southeast Asia Backpacking Route. 18 Best Places to Travel Alone in Asia
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Best time to travel to Southeast Asia

The weather can often break your travel plans that’s why it’s crucial to know when the best time to explore Southeast Asia is. This area in Asia has a monsoonal climate which influences the two main seasons, characterised by rainfall and high temperatures.

The rainy season in Southeast Asia starts from May until late October, However, Borneo is a great destination in Southeast Asia during this period as it lays outside of the monsoon belt. July and August are the wettest months in Luang Prabang while September is the rainiest month in Bangkok.

Towards the end of Southeast Asia’s dry season, starting around March, temperatures begin to rise. April is known as the hot season, temperatures can top 40°C, with high humidity – it can be extremely uncomfortable. But if you spend this time close to the beaches then it won’t be a problem.

The most popular time of the year to visit Southeast Asia is November to February. This is when rainfall is not bothering and temperatures feel very pleasant.

Top Places to Visit in Southeast Asia


1. Sapa, Vietnam trekking routes

Sapa, Vietnam
Sapa, Vietnam

Sapa, Vietnam is famous for it’s spectacular mountain views and photogenic trekking routes. It has been established in 1922 by the French and since then there are charming French colonial villages worth visiting. If you are into natural landscapes then definitely follow these hiking trails: Muong Hoa Valley, Ham Ring mountain, Silver Falls and Loves Waterfalls, Sky Gate. If you want to immerse into the culture of the hill tribes visit Cat Cat village, Y Linh Ho village, Ta Phin village, Giang Ta Chai village, Lao Chai and Ta Van village.

The best time to go to Sapa is from March to May and from September to November. This is the time when the weather is the most comfortable for travelling with it’s stable temperatures and sunny days. From December to February is winter time and it becomes very cold.

The easiest way to reach Sapa is by train from Hanoi. If you ask yourself how long to spend in Sapa I recommend 3 days and 2 nights. The best hostel in Sapa is Go Spa Hostel. They offer great value for money, tidy rooms and helpful staff. For only $5, you can get a bed in a dorm room and a free breakfast.

2. Explore Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An is located along the coast in the central region of Vietnam. This historic city will surprise you with it’s unique blend of Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, and French architecture. This beautiful place has been established in the 15th century and in the 19th century as an important commercial trading port. Nowadays Hoi An remains a charming historical gem, and is a perfect stay for a relaxing trip.

The main attractions of Hoi An already start in the picturesque Old Town with it’s ancient streets, lined shops and yellow painted cafés. Witness the exciting action of the Central Market at the east end of the Ancient Town. Visit rice fields or relax and get some vitamin D on a Bang Bech. In the evening immerse into the magical atmosphere of the Night Market in Hoi An.

3. Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi, Vietnam
Hanoi, Vietnam

Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi is another popular solo holiday destination. This city is over 1000 years old and it bursts with a wealth of history and culture: temples, an ancient theatre and stunning nature just outside of Hanoi. As you probably know Vietnam was at some point invaded by the Chinese, later by the French and Americans. That’s why nowadays you can see the influence of the invading countries but also the impact of the Communists.

There are plenty of things to do and to visit in Hanoi. Definitely start your journey by witnessing UNESCO’s World Heritage Site the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long. The ancient site plays a significant role in the history of Vietnam: It was the political centre for 13 centuries and the capital of Vietnam for 8 centuries. Afterwards rent a bike and explore the surroundings of the Hoan Kiem Lake. It’s a very popular hang out place for locals.


4. Huay Xai, Laos


Huay Lai is a small city located in the North of Laos and a great starting point to get to know the culture of the country while backpacking alone or in good company. In the capital of Bokeo province Laos, Huay Xai, you can do kayaking, trekking, biking or enjoy a city tour. The main highlights of this lovely town are Jom Khao Manilat Temple which overlooks the Mekong River, making it an awesome place to watch the sun set. The other one is the Gibbon Experience, biplane within Nam Kan National Park.

If you are searching for a nice place to stay I would recommend to check out Houayxai Riverside Hotel. It has a fantastic view of the river and offers tidy, nicely furnished rooms.

5. Luang Prabang & the Pak Ou Caves

Tad Sae Waterfall, Luang Prabang, Laos

Luang Prabang is another travel gem in Laos on this Southeast Asia backpacking route attracting all globetrotters with it’s Buddhist temples, beautiful French colonial buildings and rural scenery. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is also famous for it’s slow and hypnotic lifestyle. Spend 2 days in this town to immerse into Laos’ culture and explore nearby natural wonders. Where to stay in Luang Prabang? The tidy and beautiful hotel Maison Vongprachan Hotel is a great choice. 

The weather in this area is humid and temperatures feel hot for most of the year. The hottest months are May, June, and April. The best time to visit Luan Prabang is from November to January but it’s also the high season for tourists.

The best day trips from Luang Prabang are by the boat to visit the historical Oak Ou Caves. There is an easy-to-reach lower cave and a bit more challenging upper cave. The upper cave will surprise you with breathtaking views over the countryside and river. On your way back you can also visit Ban Xang Hai, Whisky Village. There you can taste strong whisky made from rice.

6. Muang Ngoi Neua

Muang Ngoi Neua is an off the beaten path little village that you can only reach by boat from Muang Khoa or Long Khiaw. It’s a very safe place if you are a first time solo traveler who wants to get to know the authentic culture of Laos. The main attractions of this area are the caves and nearby villages.

Southeast Asia Backpacking Route, Laos
Southeast Asia Backpacking Route, Laos

The caves play a significant role in Laos’ history. During the Vietnam war the US bombed Laos every day, for 9 years. Nowadays there are still unexploded bombs, which NGOs are trying to find and get rid of. So the people in this area abandoned their houses and tried to save themselves in the natural caves during the day. Despite this cruel past Lao are very kind, cheerful people who like to joke around. Amazing folk!


7. Magnificent Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand

Most backpackers and travellers land in Bangkok because it’s one of the main arrival destinations in Southeast Asia. You might be surprised why everyone is in love with Bangkok, because of it’s magnitude you’ll need a while to get know it better. Make sure to spend a couple of days in this metropolis to explore museums, parks, temples and to taste delicious street food.

If you’ve seen the movie “The Beach”, then you’ve probably heard of Khao San Road. The book also describes this area very good: “Khao San is the centre of the backpacking universe“. it’s the most famous street and if you are backpacking through Southeast Asia you will come through here for sure. Cheap Thai street food, “Happy Hours”, parties and budget hotels are all here to find. Big spenders will love hotel Riva Surya Bangkok. Budget travellers will be happy to stay at NapPark Hostel.

8. Ancient UNESCHO Heritage Site, Ayutthaya

Ayutthaya, Thailand
Ayutthaya, Thailand

The UNESCO world heritage site, Ayutthaya is one of the well-known sites in Southeast Asia. If you are visiting this region you must explore this ancient city. It’s very easy to reach this place from Bangkok by train, taxi or bus. I recommend an Ayutthaya day trip with an overnight stay. You will have enough time to observe all the Buddhist temples and the beauty of the picturesque islands captured in the middle of three rivers.

9. Chiang Rai trekking

Chiang Rai, Thailand
Chiang Rai, Thailand

Chiang Rai can often be missed while backpacking through Asia but it’s a great non-touristic place to visit. It’s located about 785 kilometres away from Bangkok. Chiang Rai is definitely a great destination even if you are backpacking alone because of it’s magnificent mountainous scenery, historical remains, ethnic villages and jungle trekking.

One of the main reasons why you should visit Chiang Rai is the breathtaking White Temple. Find some time and visit the Black House too. Both buildings are artistic masterpieces.


10. The Capital of Cambodia Phnom Penh 

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Phnom Penh is another great place to visit in Southeast Asia. You will be surprised with it’s temples, wildlife sanctuaries, museum and various tours. Although Phnom Penh hasn’t always been a city filled with kindhearted people, it suffered a very cruel recent history that I would recommend to get to know closer through visiting Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.

Another must visit place in Phnom Penh is the Night Market, where you can taste delicious Cambodian food. Spend a few hours in the National Museum to absorb all the interesting information about Cambodian culture. Visit the Russian Market.However you won’t find many Russian products because it’s only called like that as this was a popular area amongst Russian expats in the 1980s. Admire the beauty of Wat Phnom, animal lovers can visit a sanctuary that focuses on indigenous creatures such as the Asia Sun Bears and Moon Bears habitat conservation.

If you are searching for accommodation in Phnom Penh then I would suggest to stay in Duan Penh. This area offers the most sights and a riverfront with numerous cafés. Double Leaf Boutique Hotel is a wonderful place to stay.

11. Siem Reap & visiting Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap is a wonderful town worth of some exploration. There are numerous activities to experience like horseback riding, butterfly watching or visiting nearby villages such as the floating village, Tonle Sap Lake. It’s a fairly small place that’s why you can easily explore the surroundings by walking, biking or hiring a tuk-tuk. I would recommend to stay here for at least 3 days. In the beginning you can explore all the temples and afterwards relax or enjoy fun things in Siem Reap.

Visiting Angkor Wat is one of the main things to do in Cambodia while backpacking through Asia. Join a guided tour that includes a photo stop at sunset or sunrise. That’s the most comfortable way to enjoy the beauty of the temples.

If you are thinking of where to stay in Siem Reap then Po Residence Hotel would be a lovely home for a while for a good price.

12. The beachside of Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville may seem like an uninspiring little town but from here you can access magnificent white sandy beaches. If you are backpacking alone it’s a great opportunity to stay in solitude for some time and enjoy the beautiful private beachside. Nevertheless each one of the beaches in this area has it’s own charm.

Start with Serendipity Beach, which is one of the cleanest but also pretty crowded ones. There are plenty of bars and restaurants on the beach front. In the evening you will find seats along the sand where you can relax and watch the sunset. Not far off you will find Ocheteaul Beach, it’s a smaller version of the previous one but with a similar vivid atmosphere. There is also Otres Beach which is family and couple friendly.

Stay at Sandy Clay Bungalows to immerse into the relaxing beach lifestyle.


13. Vivid Kuala Lumpur

Top tourist attraction in KL: Petronas Twin Towers
Top tourist attraction in KL: Petronas Twin Towers

If you like big, vivid and modern cities then Kuala Lumpur will steal your heart. It’s the capital of Malaysia, boasting with skyscrapers, colonial architecture, delicious street food and an authentic mix of various cultures. I would recommend to stay in Kuala Lumpur for at least 2 days and not to use it only as a stopover because of the affordable flights.

14. Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.Visit the Tea Plantation
Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.Visit the Tea Plantation

Cameron Highlands is a must place to visit while you are backpacking in Malaysia. The most famous attraction in this area are the magnificent views of the tea plantations. Spend 2-3 days in this area to relax and enjoy mild temperatures, architecture in British colonial style and just beautiful rural nature.

Treat yourself and stay at The Smokehouse Hotel & Restaurant Cameron Highlands

15. Hiking at Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia

Mount Kinabalu, Ranau, Malaysia
Mount Kinabalu, Ranau, Malaysia

Climbing Mount Kinabali, the highest mountain in Borneo, is definitely one of the most amazing adventures which should be on the bucket list of every traveler. It will take you 4-5 days to reach the summit but it’s definitely worth the effort. The difficulty of the climbing surely depends on your fitness level but it’s also doable for the beginners.

To climb Mount Kinabali has become very popular that’s why you should know that March to September is the busiest season, as well as around any major holiday, including Chinese New Year.


The Gardens and Supertree Grove in Singapore
The Gardens and Supertree Grove in Singapore

16. Singapore

Singapore is a must visit place on the Southeast Asia travel route. Especially if you are travelling alone for the first time. I will surprise you with the fact that Singapore is the safest country in the world. Furthermore it’s extremely beautiful and very modern. Singapore offers various fun and interesting things to do like the Gardens and Supertree Grove. There are several cultural districts: China Town, Little India and also the hip neighbourhood of Haji Lane.


17. Lakes of Coron Island, Philippines

Coron, Philippines
Coron, Philippines

Coron Island is one of the main visited destinations in the Philippines because of it’s white beaches and hypnotising natural gems, Lake Kayangan and Lake Barracuda are a must-visit without any doubt. This is where you are going to have a paradise-like experience.

18. Chocolate Hills in Bohol

Chocolate Hill, Bohol, Philippines
Chocolate Hill, Bohol, Philippines

The Philippines offer numerous unique natural wonders. Nevertheless nothing so popular as the Chocolate Hills, one of the major tourist attractions in the central island of Bohol. A total area of more than 50sqkm is covered with 30-50 metres high hills in a conical and symmetrical shapes. They are covered in grass and during the hot dry period the grass turns brown, turning the hills into a row of chocolate wonders. You can’t find anything similar to this in the entire world!

You will find the Chocolate Hills four kilometres before the town of Carmen. The easiest way is to join a tour. If you decide to get there on your own, catch a bus from Tagbilaran from the integrated bus terminal in Dao to Carmen. From here it’s a 10 minute walk when following the relevant signs.

10 Days in Malaysia Itinerary: Travel Guide of Must Visit Places

Malaysia Backpacking Route: Perfect 10-Day Itinerary

Things To Do in Malaysia on a Budget

Malaysia is the perfect destination for budget travellers in Southeast Asia. This beautiful country offers so much and you don’t need to spend a fortune to experience it. With this backpacking route 10-day itinerary you will discover vivid cities, delicious food, stunning beaches, breathtaking nature and the rich culture of Malaysia. This all is perfectly combined on the peninsular and close by islands so there will be no wasted time.

Malaysia Backpacking Route: Perfect 10-Day Itinerary
Malaysia Backpacking Route: Perfect 10-Day Itinerary

Of course you could spend more days to explore Malaysia which is the world’s great cultural melting pot. The famous Malaysian slogan “Truly Asia” proves that the variety of cultures can live together under one roof: Muslim Malays, diverse Chinese, Hindu and aboriginal groups like the Orangi Asli. The whole country embodies the modern development and old-fashioned charm of ex-colonies and nature side. Nevertheless Malaysia has less tourists than her neighbour countries like Thailand and Singapore what makes the local culture even more authentic because it’s less focused on travellers.

Malaysia Trip Planning

Malaysia Backpacking Route. 10 Days Itinerary
Malaysia Backpacking Route. 10 Days Itinerary

Best time to go to Malaysia

It is very typical for Southeast Asia to be characterised as high heat and humidity all year-round. The same goes for Malaysia. There are two main monsoon seasons: The Southwest Monsoon from late May to September, and the Northeast Monsoon from November to March. The driest time to explore Malaysia is January and February which is of course also the busiest period. The most recommended time to visit Malaysia is from April to October.

Food you must try in Malaysia

Nasi Lemak – it’s rice soaked in coconut milk and steamed. It’s a simple dish that is always served with sides like hard-boiled eggs and peanuts to vegetables and meats. It’s spicy and sweet at the same time.

Apam Balik – the best way to describe it, it’s a rice flour pancake filled with sugar, peanuts or corn. Perfect snack on the go.

Satay – on of the most famous dishes that many travellers have tried somewhere else already. It’s skewers of chicken, beef or pork grilled in peanut sauce.

Nasi Danang – a well-known breakfast in Malaysia that contains rice cooked in coconut milk with fish curry. Hard boiled eggs, shaved coconut and pickled vegetables are also added to the meal.

Laksa – yummy noodles combined with a gravy or sauce, veggies, and meat. You should try this Malay dish at different spots because it can be cooked in a different way. Some prefer to use coconut milk base, while others use broths.

Is Malaysia safe to travel?

If it’s your first time in Malaysia then you need to know that it’s a very safe country to travel to. Of course it doesn’t mean that you should lose your precautions, it’s always the best to practise common sense like you would do in your home country. The majority of the Malaysian population can articulate in English since it’s their second language. That makes travelling even more easy and fun.

10 Days in Malaysia: Travel Guide of Must Visit Places

Day 1-3: Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a city to fall in love with. The multicultural capital of Malaysia is an ideal epitome of the modern world meeting authentic traditions. There are skyscrapers, huge shopping malls, incredible restaurants but also sumptuous street food and a rich culture. Go and try some street food from the famous street Jalan Alor. There you can sample everything for low prices. Also pass by Pudu Was Sek Lai and get to know a taste of Chinese-Malay dishes.

Travel Guide of Must Visit Places. Petronas Tower, Malaysia
Travel Guide of Must Visit Places. Petronas Tower, Malaysia

You can also just go through my other article “Perfect Kuala Lumpur Itinerary for 2 Days“. To the top things to do in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia I would definitely add Batu Caves, Merdeka Square, Little India, Chinatown, Petronas Twin Towers, National Mosque. Spend full 2-3 days in Kuala Lumpur to immerse into the vibes of the country.

Day 3-5: Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands is another gem in Malaysia. It’s famous for attractions like it’s beautiful garden, architecture in British colonial style and breathtaking views of the emerald tea plantations. I would recommend to spend 2-3 nights in this former colonial retreat with temperatures rarely going over 30 degrees. The easiest way to get here is to take a bus from Kuala Lumpur. You can find the timetable for the buses here.

Cameron Highlands: must-do things for first timers

Where to stay in Cameron Highlands

I would recommend to treat yourself and stay for few nights at The Smokehouse Hotel & Restaurant Cameron Highlands. The relaxing atmosphere and European colonial flair are perfect to enjoy an idyllic time in the area.

Hike up the Mount Brinchang & Explore Mossy Forest

Cameron Highland is a dream destination for those who search for peace and quiet. It has cooler temperatures than the rest of the country which makes it ideal for hiking lovers. If you are one of them then you should attempt to get to the peak of Mount Brinchang. There is a trail that will take you around 3 hours to reach the summit. On your way to the top of the Mount you will enter a surreal natural reserve, Mossy Forest. It’s not very well-known but this forest is a rich habitat for beautiful exotic plants.

Visit the Tea Plantation

Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.Visit the Tea Plantation
Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.Visit the Tea Plantation

Visiting Cameron Highlands and not visiting the vast tea plantations is like going to Paris and skipping the Eiffel Tower. It’s the leading tea-growing region in the whole of Malaysia. Nevertheless the history of tea is not very old, it all started in the 20th century. Definitely go and see Sungai Palas Tea Estate, the oldest and most famous tea plantation. You will learn a lot about tea culture and taste delicious drinks.

Pluck Strawberries

Another interesting fact is that Cameron Highlands is the center of strawberry production in the country. The iconic strawberries are growing here all year around. In the high season from May to August though you can get a chance to pluck fresh and sumptuous strawberries by hand. The most famous farms are Kok Lim Strawberry Farm and Raju Hill Strawberry Farm.

Visit Butterfly Farm

To visit Butterfly Farm is always a good idea especially when it’s one of the oldest and most popular attractions in Cameron Highlands. It’s a perfect location to admire colourful flying creatures and take a wonderful picture for your Instagram.

Visit National Park Taman Negara

Taman Negara is one of the oldest rainforests and a huge national park on the Malay peninsula. It’s not far from Cameron Highlands so it would be a great choice to visit this 130 million years old tropical rainforest on your last day in Cameron Highlands. The beautiful park is a natural habitat for tigers, macaques and has a rich birdlife. It’s one of the best places to visit in Malaysia due to it’s breathtaking unspoilt flora and fauna.

Day 5-8: Penang & George Town

Chew Jetty, Georgetown, Malaysia
Chew Jetty, Georgetown, Malaysia

Penang is a compact island with many interesting things to see. It’s capital, George Town is one of Malaysia’s great cultural and heritage locations which is filled with UNESCO sites. It’s one of the tropical holiday favourites because of the ensemble of history, tradition established since the 1700s and the fresh touch of contemporary street art. The British colonial island is nowadays a melting pot of Asian and European elements that you will notice in it’s amazing street food, architecture and even culture.

Getting to Penang

The best and quickest option to get to Penang is to take a bus from Cameron Highlands to Ipoh and then hop on another bus to Penang. It can take you from 2 to 4 hours to get to your destination. When you book tickets, inquire about travel times to choose the shortest option. Alternatively, you can also catch a bus or train to Ipoh followed by the ferry to Penang.

Where to Stay in Penang?

Your stay in Penang depends on your intentions. If you want to be in the epicentre of culinary and cultural heritage, stay in the capital, George Town. Budget travellers will be surprised with the comfort, simplicity and beauty at the same time at Queens Hostel. For those who want to experience a unique stay in Penang should book a room at Cheong Fatt Tze Blue Mansion.

If you are craving for a tranquil tropical holiday then escape to Batu Ferringhi. For the big spenders a great decision would be to stay at G Hotel Kelawai. Budget travellers can book a room at Rasa Motel.

Explore George Town

George Town, Malaysia
George Town, Malaysia

On your first day hire a bike for the cheap price of around $5 for the whole day – and head to the capital of Penang, George Town. Walk around it’s beautiful streets to learn more about it’s history and tradition. Best way is to begin at Lebuh Keng Kwee for delicious street food, then check out the street art at Chulia Street and finish your walk down Pitt street to observe some architectonic treasures.

Visit Kek Lok Si Temple

Kek Lok Si Temple is a popular Buddhist temple in Penang which means “Temple of Ultimate Happiness”. Hire a guide who will explain to you the interesting meanings of the numerous carved symbols and a history of this holy place. You are here to get to know a new culture and immerse into foreign history, right? So don’t hesitate to learn something new! You can end the day on top of Penang hill with magnificent night views over the city.

Beachside of Penang

On your third day enjoy the island’s best beaches and nature. The hikers can challenge themselves and follow the Penang National Park’s jungle trails. But there is also something for those who prefer to relax: Beautiful Tropical Spice Garden. The best way to end your day is to watch sunset at Batu Ferringhi.

Day 8-10: Langkawi

How to travel from Penang to Langkawi

There are a few options on how to travel from Penang to Langkawi. There is a direct ferry and also a flight from George Town to Kuah. The cheapest combination is to go by bus or train and ferry via Butterworth on the mainland. Taking a high speed ferry is the easiest but a relatively pricey alternative. Within 3 hours you will reach the island but for those who get sea sick it will be an unpleasant journey.

I would recommend to take the Penang ferry to Butterworth and then catch a bus right next to the ferry terminal to Kuala Kedah. There you will find ferries which operate almost every hour to Langkawi.

Where to stay in Langkawi

Must visit in Malaysia, Langkawi
Must visit in Malaysia, Langkawi island

Langkawi is known for it’s relaxing atmosphere with various sightseeing opportunities. It’s especially popular for honeymooners and families who are seeking for a perfect getaway. There are plenty of nice hotels and guesthouses to stay in which makes it a bit complicated to find the perfect place to stay in Langkawi.

The most popular destination and best place to stay in Langkawi is Pantai Penang. There you will also find the widest choice of hotels with options for every budget. But this is also the area which is very crowded during the high season. The budget travellers will find a great place to stay at BONOBO Bed & Breakfast House. The ones who are searching for something a bit more luxurious should definitely check out Cenang Plaza Beach Hotel and La Villa Langkawi.

For those who are travelling with kids I would recommend to stay in Pantai Tengah. Travellers who don’t want to just relax but to be close to all main attraction should in Pantai Kok. The cheapest Backpacking Hostel in Pantai Kok is SHAKA SeaGypsy. A great budget hotel is ZEN Rooms Basic Pantai Kok.

If you are searching for peace and quiet then definitely go to Datai Bay. It’s an ideal spot for those who prefer exclusive, 5-star resorts. Doubtlessly the best place to stay in Langkawi for honeymooners. Berjaya Langkawi Resort is a great choice to enjoy the idyllic area.

Langkawi Tourist Attractions

Half-day Langkawi island tour

Langkawi Tourist Attractions. Cable Car Ride
Langkawi Tourist Attractions. Cable Car Ride

The best way to experience the beauty of Langkawi island within a short period is to join a half-day tour. It includes popular attractions like Cable Car Ride and Sky Bridge. It’s should be the first thing on every travellers bucket list when they visit Langkawi. It’s a memorable experience with breathtaking views. Additionally you will see the Underwater World housing with more than 500 exotic species. It’s another huge touristic sight to see in Langkawi. Last but not least there is a visit of Eagle Square. It’s another interesting place to visit in Langkawi, a manmade impressive 12 metre-tall sculpture of an eagle.

Island Hopping

Langkawi is a big island that is surrounded by 103 other smaller islands. To visit these uninhabited islands you should sign up for an island hopping tour. It’s a great way to experience the crystal clear waters, trekking through the dense jungle like Kilim Karst Geoforest. Among all these it’s possible to do kayaking and snorkelling.


The adventurous ones should visit a park with high ropes and zip lining through the Forest Canopy. The best way is to do it with Skytrex Adventure. The best way to describe it is challenging tree to tree trek with flying, gliding and adrenalin-filled experiences. You need to overcome obstacles in this forest adventure to get to the finish line. It’s a great way to spend some time with friends or family.

Mangrove River Cruise & Jungle Pool Swimming

This is an amazing tour and once in a lifetime experience of the Kubang Badak river with it’s exotic creatures as the Brahminy Kites, white-bellied sea eagles, mudskippers and herons. There is also a beautiful mangrove forest to observe. The hungry ones can taste a delightful home cooked lunch at the local family house. Definitely an unforgettable excursion.

Beyond Malaysia in 10 days: Where to visit next

Singapore: It’s just stone throw away from Kuala Lumpur. Singapore is one of my favourite modern cities that I could visit again and again! Definitely a must see destination in the Southeast Asia.

Indonesia: Bali, the island is incredibly beautiful and has a mysterious and diverse culture. It’s the perfect spot for backpackers who prefer to explore Bali on a budget but also for those who want to escape loud big city life and hide in a beautiful resort.

Maldives: Maldives is the epitome of heaven on Earth with it’s incredible sandy beaches, luminous crystal clear water and relaxing atmosphere. Check out where the best honeymoon resorts are and how to travel to Maldives on a budget.


First Time in Singapore: Perfect 4 Days and 3 Nights Travel Itinerary

First Time in Singapore: Perfect 4 Days and 3 Nights Travel Itinerary

Alternative Singapore: Unique Things to do in Singapore

If you are planning to explore Asia I would definitely recommend to include this 4 days and 3 nights Singapore itinerary. After your first time in Singapore you will understand why this melting pot of cultures is doubtlessly a hit-list destination for every traveler. The vibrant, colourful city is one of 3 city-states in the whole world. It’s also one of the smallest countries with 682.7 square kilometres and 63 additional islands. Because of it’s size it’s very easy to travel around. The national language is Malay but there three more official languages that are used on a daily basis: English, Chinese and Tamil.

Perfect 4 Days and 3 Nights Travel Itinerary to Singapore
Perfect 4 Days and 3 Nights Travel Itinerary to Singapore

I love Singapore because it offers numerous modern and unique things to do. Additionally it’s just extremely beautiful. Singapore is not only well-known for being the cleanest and safest city in the world but also for a great and successful mix of Eastern and Western cultures. As a result we can see that a diverse range of architecture, delicious food and entertainment has been created. The name of the country means “Lion”, that’s why it’s probably transformed into an economic powerhouse within recent decades.

If you want to enjoy more of beautiful Asia I recommend to fly from Singapore to amazing Kuala Lumpur. Budget travellers can find great deals with Air Asia. The big spenders can enjoy a fancy flight with Singapore Airlines.

When is the Best Time to Visit Singapore?

Singapore has wonderful weather all year around which makes it a perfect travel destination. Nevertheless there is a period from January to February, from June to July and September to October when most of it’s holidays are happening and when it gets very crowded.

Where to Stay in Singapore

Singapore is famous for it’s infinity pool at the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands. But if your intention is to swim there and take amazing pictures in the pool then you need to book a room. The view from there is spectacular!

If you are planning a budget trip to Singapore then it would be better to stay at areas like Chinatown or Little India. I recommend The InnCrowd Backpackers’ Hostel or The Hive Singapore Hostel. Both of them are very tidy, the staff is friendly and they even offer a lovely breakfast gratis.

How to Get Around Singapore

Public Transport in Singapore, MRT
Public Transport in Singapore, MRT

Singapore has amazing and efficient public transport system which is very easy to understand. MRT is the most common one because it’s fast and cheap. If you use an EZ-link card you will pay even less and within a few minutes you will reach all main tourist destinations in Singapore. Bus is also a good option to get from A to B, additionally you will get a view of the city while travelling. However if you are not planning to stay very long in Singapore but you still want to see the best of it then Hopper Bus will be the best solution for it. In this case I would suggest to buy the SINGAPORE CITY PASS (2 or 3 days pass) that includes 2 ticket attractions plus hop on and hop off bus.

There is also a cheap version of taxi available, Uber. Just remember to download the app.

What you Need to Know before you visit Singapore

Alternative Singapore. Unique Things to do in Singapore
Alternative Singapore. Unique Things to do in Singapore

16 Things that are banned in Singapore

Before you plan to visit Singapore you should go through the list of things and activities that are not allowed in this city state:

  • Chewing Gum
  • Recreational Fireworks
  • Smoking, including E-Cigarettes
  • Shisha
  • Being naked at home
  • Owning or trading exotic animals
  • Eating on public transport
  • Gathering in a group of more than 3 people after 10pm on a public space
  • Purchasing alcohol after 10:30pm
  • Cats in residential flats
  • Spitting
  • Homosexual relations
  • Jaywalking, illegal crossing of pedestrians on roads
  • Drugs
  • Kissing
  • Connecting to another person’s Wi-Fi

What to do in Singapore for 4 Days Itinerary

How to Get to Singapore City From Singapore Airport

Most travellers arrive in Singapore Changi International Airport. And yes it’s one of the most spectacular and beautiful airports in the world. You can spend a lot of time in it but we need to get to the city. There are three main options to get to your hotel. One of the cheapest is by airport shuttle, which you can buy at the Ground Transport desk in the airport for $9. Within 25 minutes you will be able to check in to your hotel.

From Changi Airport you can take MRT to Singapore City. It will take you around 30 minutes to reach the city centre. The cheapest possibility to get to Singapore city is by bus but be prepared to spend 1,5 hours on it. And of course there are airport taxis that will cost you around $20 to get to your destination.

4-Day Singapore Itinerary: Top Attractions and Places to visit

Day 1

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Marina Bay & The Gardens

Start your day with Singapore’s most popular walk along Marina Bay. It’ the best way to get the first impression of the vivid metropolis. Just follow the Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade around the perimeter of the bay. Visit the iconic Marina Bay Sands and enjoy a drink from the rooftop with an awesome view over the city next to the infinity pool.

Another fabulous highlight of Singapore is the Gardens. It’s a 10 minute walk from Bayfront MRT station, it offers the ideal venue for a lovely afternoon in the nature. The Gardens span over 101 hectares and has 3 sectors: Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central.

Supertree Grove

The Gardens and Supertree Grove in Singapore
The Gardens and Supertree Grove in Singapore

In the evening you will be able to experience the Super Tree Grove light up. The futuristic, gigantic almost 50 metres tall trees glisten and glow in the dark. Interesting fact is that these artificial Supertrees have photovoltaic cells to harvest solar energy during the day so they can light up during the night. In the Gardens you will also find OCBC skyway, a 128-metre long bridge that connects the Supertrees with the Supertree Grove.

Spectra – a Light & Water Show

In the late evening around 9:30 take a walk to Marina Bay Sands and enjoy spectacular and free entertainment: Spectra – a Light & Water Show. It’s a 13 minute long synchronised show presents Singapore’s story of a multicultural society and cosmopolitan city as we know it today.

Day 2


Chinatown, Singapore
Chinatown, Singapore

One of the cult places to visit in Singapore in your 4 day journey is Chinatown. It’s a tremendous area where you can immerse into the authentic world of Chinese history and culture. It’s a perfect place to stroll around, buy some souvenirs and try exotic but at the same time delicious food. Don’t forget to visit Sri Mariamman Temple, Thian Hock Keng Temple, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Chinatown Heritage Centre and Hawker Food Center.

Little India

Little India, Singapore
Little India, Singapore

Afterwards go and visit another cultural district, Little India. I love to explore cities by foot but of course you have always an option to jump on a bus or train. I would recommend to walk to Little India it might take you 45 minutes but you can go through the beautiful Fort Canning Park or visit National Gallery Singapore. If you are a cat lover stop at the cat cafe Café Neko no Niwa.

Little India is a small but extremely colourful district in Singapore. There are various temples and Singapore’s famous 24-hour shopping centre – Mustafa Centre. Head to Tekka Centre for Indian cuisine – interesting to try and perfect for the budget travellers.

Haji Lane

Haji Lane, Singapore
Haji Lane, Singapore

Don’t wait to long and go to the hip neighbourhood of Haji Lane. Haji Lane is famous for it’s vibrant street art, cool shops and cafes. There you can also find a fun place, Selfie Coffee. They will print your selfie on your coffee and you can drink it while you are looking at your beautiful self. Furthermore it’s affordable too, coffee prices start at $5.

Clarke Quay

Singapore is a glamorous city which is famous for it’s lights blooming at night. On the first day you could witness the magnificent show at the Bayfront. Now you can visit Clarke Quay and stroll along the Singapore river to watch another glowing wonder.

Singapore Night Safari

Another great way to spend an evening is to visit the Singapore Night Safari. It’s a unique and exciting way to experience the home to over 1000 different animals. It gives you a great chance to explore the mysterious nightlife of the wildlife and enjoy a wonderful journey. Definitely worth a visit.

Day 3

Top Attractions and Places to visit in Singapore, Sentosa
Top Attractions and Places to visit in Singapore, Sentosa


On the third day of this 4-day Singapore itinerary you will discover another unique must-visit attraction, Sentosa. It’s a small island resort which is famous for being called “The State of Fun”. Sentosa is also home to a world class aquarium, beautiful beaches and Universal Studios Singapore. You can purchase Sentosa Fun Passes to bundle various activities and save some money.

How to get to Sentosa? Take MRT and get off at Harbour Front Station (North-East Line or Circle Line). From there you can walk to Sentosa via the Sentosa Boardwalk. You can also take a taxi or bus to reach the island. I recommend to take the cable car so you can enjoy the stunning views over the metropolis and it’s harbour front area.

Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studios in Singapore offers a good time for everyone and it’s one of the top family attractions. It’s a theme park which features movie-themed rollercoasters and numerous attractions. There are 7 different zones: Hollywood, Madagascar, Far Far Away, The Lost World, Ancient Egypt, Sci-Fi City and New York. There you can also find entertaining shows, shops and restaurants.

S.E.A. Aquarium

S.E.A. Aquarium, Singapore
S.E.A. Aquarium, Singapore

Just 10 minutes away from Universal Studios you will find the famous S.E.A. Aquarium. It’s not only a home for 1.000 underwater species but also a Maritime Experiential Museum. Moreover it is possible to enjoy attractions and visit scenic photography spots which are perfect for an instagram shoot.

Singapore River Cruise

After 3 long days of walking around this beautiful city it is time to have a relaxing boat ride so you can explore Singapore also from the river’s perspective. Within 40 minutes you will see the best sights and highlights. The tour starts at the following ports: Clarke Quay, Read Bridge, Boat Quay, Fullerton, Merlion Park, Bayfront South and the Esplanade.

Day 4

Shopping Paradise

If you are asking yourself what is another thing you can do in Singapore in 4 days I would say shopping! After you’ve seen the best highlights that Singapore can offer it’s time to bring something nice and memorable from this vibrant city. The best place to immerse into retail heaven is to go to Orchard Road. Begin at one of Singapore’s oldest department stores, TANGS. Afterwards make your way to ION Orchard, to Singapore’s unique shopping complex. At Far East Plaza will be the epitome for street fashion enthusiasts and bargain hunters.

Orchard Road is also famous for it’s world-class international cuisine and coffee lovers. Stop by Oriole Coffee and Bar and recharge your batteries with an aromatic cup of in-house roasted coffee and tasty breakfast. If you are really hungry then don’t wait too long and drop by Wild Honey in Mandarin Gallery. This is where you can find various nations under one roof. After all this it will unfortunately be time to drive to the airport.

Where to Eat in Singapore

Singapore has not only impressive architecture to offer but also an impressive dining experience. It’s doubtlessly one of the greatest culinary destinations in the world where you can taste something completely new. If you want to try authentic Eurasian and Peranakan dishes then don’t miss Folklore. Everything is made the old-fashioned way from scratch basically by one person so it might take some time but the experience is phenomenal.

Where can every traveler have delicious local food for a good price? Of course in hawker centres also well-known as food courts. It’s hard to believe but street food stalls in Singapore have been awarded the coveted Michelin star. There are a few hawker centres in Singapore but the most famous ones are Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Old Airport Road Food Centre and Maxwell Road Hawker Centre.

Amò, Instagram
Amò, Instagram

If you prefer sophisticated yet casual then try some delicious sourdough pizzas at Amò. There is even an open kitchen where every visitor can observe the pizza chef tossing dough into the air. Amò is also famous for it’s spaghetti with Boston lobster and tarragon. Might be a bit pricey but worth to taste it!

The Best Tips for the cheap Maldives Holidays

Maldives is an epitome of heaven on Earth with it’s whiter-than-white powder sandy beaches, luminous crystal clear water and tranquil lifestyle. No wonder that this archipelago of 1,192 coral islands in the Indian Ocean is a popular destination for honeymooners and glamorous tropical getaway seekers. But this heaven on Earth is not always extremly expensive and you can also enjoy wonderful cheap Maldives holidays. The beautiful water of the Maldives with it’s astonishing underwater world and magnificent sea life has been a magnet for everyone with an interest various water sports like snorkelling and diving.

Dhiffushi Island

How to get to the Maldives?

There is a great trick how to get to the Maldives on a budget. You can fly with Air Asia from Kuala Lumpur. It will take around 3-4 hours to get there but it will save you a good amount of money for the awesome tourist attractions and beautiful resorts in Maldives. You’ve never flown with Air Asia? Check my review here.

The local culture of Maldives

Can you drink alcohol in the Maldives?

Not so many know that these incredible islands are inhabited by a friendly Muslim population, who will help you with every need. Maldivians speak Dhivehi, but English is widely spoken especially in areas frequented by tourists. Important to mention that in relation to Muslim religion pork and alcohol are forbidden on the islands. That’s why not all resorts provide it’s customers with liquors.

The floating unicorn

The best time to visit Maldives

The tropical Maldives spoils it’s locals and visitors with plenty of sunshine and temperatures around 30°C throughout the year. Good sun protection like SPF 50 is required. However, the chance of rain shower increases during the April-October months.

Thulusdhoo Island

Although the Maldives hides a big secret: it’s one of the world’s biggest rubbish collections. You might be shocked about the huge amount of plastic bottles floating in the beautiful crystal-clear Indian Ocean and strewn across it’s idyllic beaches. On our flight to the Maldives we got to know a group of people from different countries who flew there to help clean the islands. Which is surprising because locals could easily take care of their magical paradise themselves.

Airport and currency in Maldives

Practically all tourists arrive at Malé International Airport  located on Hulhulé Island just right next to the capital Male. The Maldives have a remarkably easy visa policy: Everybody gets a free 30-day visa on arrival, provided with travel tickets, duration and place of stay. Going through the Maldivian customs doesn’t take too long: We left airport roughly 15 minutes after landing.

The monetary unit is the Maldivian Ruffiyaa (MVR). Change the currency in the airport because there are not many opportunities to exchange money or find an ATM machine. Maldivians prefer USD so make sure you don’t bring anything else to the country, otherwise you will be running around with monopoly money. That happened to me with my superfluous NZD.

Doubtlessly you can use your international credit card in the resorts but they will charge extra fees, usually around 3%. Most of the restaurants additionally charge you 12% GST + Service fee. Be sure you read the menu carefully. Prices in general are not low, you pay around $10-$15 for a meal per person. Depends on the establishment and how touristic the island is.

The majority gets an organized pick up from the airport. But if you need to reach Male, there is a ferry that will bring you to the other island in just 1o minutes.

Transfers between the islands in Maldives

Ferry from Male to Ukulhas

We associate the Maldives with expensive luxury hotel properties and unpayable beverages but I have great news for every traveler: The Maldives offers ideal holidays for budget travelers as well as big money spenders. It’s also very easy to travel between numerous islands. It can take hours to have a ride on a public ferry but it will cost you only $2-$5. Impatient visitors can easily arrange a speed boat for around $50 per person or a sea plane for $200-$500 with a pick up from the airport. Nevertheless the transport won’t be able to pick you up any time you want. Most of them are available until 5pm. And again don’t worry, there are great possibilities to spend the night on the beautiful main island before your reach your cherished final destination.

Where to stay if you arrive late in Maldives, Plankton’s Beach

Plankton’s Beach Lobby

We arrived at the airport at 8pm so we couldn’t get any transfer to our first resort. I discovered a brand new modern hotel on Hulhumale just 10 minutes away from Male International Airport, Plankton’s Beach. I read only positive reviews about it, describing it as an ideal place to for short stays or transit guests but also for those who love to experience the city life of the Maldives.

Delicious Welcome Drink

It’s very easy to reach the hotel on your own from Male International Airport via the Airport Shuttle Bus from the Arrival Terminal to Airport Bus Stand at Hulhumale. You can also take a taxi or ask the hotel manager to organize one.

Deluxe Terrace Room with Ocean View

From the very beginning when you step into Plankton’s Beach Hotel cute small lobby you will receive your refreshing welcome drink from the friendly staff to immerse into the perfect holiday. You will be surprised by the spacious and tastefully designed rooms! There are only 9 of them which makes you feel cozy and at home at this hotel. We stayed in the clean and stylish Deluxe Terrace Room with Ocean View and we couldn’t wish for anything more than that. A comfortable king size bed, lovely bathroom with free toiletries and a hair dryer, TV with satellite channels and of course the essential: free High-speed Wi-Fi. We also had 2 bottles of water and instant coffee in the room. Both of them we consumed in the morning on the terrace with the magnificent ocean view.

Delicious breakfast on the beach

Another highlight of this highly recommended hotel is the breakfast on the beach. They begin to serve these delicious starters of the day between 8-9am, but we needed to leave the hotel earlier so Plankton’s Beach manager organized a more suitable time for us! Enjoyed every bit of the sumptuous breakfast and picturesque scenery with the funky unicorn water float.

Happy us!

There are nothing but positive vibes at Plankton’s Beach with smiley and most important extremely helpful staff! We loved that place and would recommend it to everyone.


The Best Resort in Maldives for Honeymoon

Why is the island of Ukulhas one of the Maldives’ hidden treasures and a top location for the best resort in Maldives for honeymoon? It’s an ideal destination for couples and families who prefer diving, fishing and swimming without a crowd of tourists. Furthermore it’s a best island for budget traveling. It’s one of the most inhabited island’s of North Ari Atoll which will help you to immerse into a relaxing paradise and an authentic, friendly Maledivian culture.

White sands of Ukulhas

Transfer to the island in Maldives

It’s very easy to reach the island with the public ferry from Male’s Villingili Ferry Terminal. It leaves every Tuesday and Thursday at 9am and cost around $5 one way. It takes 4,5 hours to reach the white sands of Ukulhas. Departure from Ukulhas to Male is three times a week at 10am. The schedule of the ferry can change so confirm the dates with your hotel.

Ferry from Male’s Villingili Ferry Terminal to Ukulhas

No doubt there are other faster options to reach the island like a scheduled speedboat. Hotel Sea La Vie Inn can help you to organize pick up from the airport. It will cost you $50 per person and within 90 minutes you will be able to set foot on the heaven on Earth.

If you really don’t want to waste your time then a sea plane will be a great alternative for you. The 20 minute flight operates during the day time between 5:30am and 5pm for $365 per person round trip.

School in Ukulhas

Climate in Maldives

Like the rest of the Maldives, Ukulhas has a tropical monsoon climate with warm temperatures around the year. April is the hottest month and December is the coolest. We visited this beautiful island in August and it was very hot especially around midday. You will definitely need sunscreen with SPF 30-50. Due to the salty ocean water it’s advisable to put lotion on every 2-3 hours. Advisable also to pack sum bug spray, little cheeky mosquitos love foreign blood!

Warm temperatures and amazing view of Ukulhas

Beautiful & affordable resort for a honeymoon in Maldives

Sea La Vie Inn is a affordable honeymoon resort/guesthouse in Maldives which is a stone’s throw away from the ferry terminal. It offers a great environment to spend an unforgettable holiday with it’s 5 exclusive rooms, all fitted with air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi at all areas. We were staying in a modern Deluxe King Suite furnished with an enormous and comfortable king sized bed. It’s not only equipped with a tv, satellite channels but also has tasteful decoration and an appealing colour combination. Another highlight is the spacious bathroom with the rain forest shower head facilitating hot and cold water.

Having a shower is great here!

Restaurants, shops and service of Sea La Vie Inn

Welcome coconuts

It’s hard to put into words how kind the people and staff of Sea La Vie Inn are. On our arrival we were welcomed with fresh coconuts decorated with beautiful flowers. Exactly what we needed after a series of exhausting long flights. Fazeel, the owner of this great place, helped us with all our questions!

My favourite: passion fruit ice cream

If you are hungry then definitely eat at the Sea La Vie Inn cafe which offers a delicious Thai cuisine. My partner and I have tried everything on the menu and enjoyed every single meal. My favorite is Pad Thai and passion fruit juice.  The highlight is the traditional Maldivian breakfast with tuna salad, vegetables and roti bread: Refreshing, hearty and at a very good price! There is nothing over $8. My other tip is to try the home made passion fruit ice cream, nothing can top this cooling sorbet!

Good morning paradise!

Sea La Vie  Cafe is closed every Friday but not to worry, the town has other alternatives. Nevertheless you can always ask Fazeel, the owner, to organize some breakfast. There are also a couple of kiosks on the island when you can purchase cookies, drinks, toiletries and baking goods at very low prices. For example a big package of Oreo cookies costs only $1. Besides the magnificent  guesthouse, the island also has a health care center and a drugstore.

 The staff took brilliant care of us, invited us for a dinner at the beach with them, where we enjoyed plenty of delightful food, they took us for a nighttime walk on the beach to watch the shooting stars and during the day around the village, so we could get to know the local culture and lifestyle. We had lovely conversations with them and felt very welcomed. They even helped me to surprise my boyfriend with a chocolate lava cake and birthday candle.

Friday’s dinner party

Maldives Tourist Attractions

Access to one of the beaches

Sea La Vie Inn is located just next to the dreamy Maldivian beach with it’s turquoise waters. It even offers a tiny private beach area. Important fact to mention is that tourists are welcome on the island which means bikinis are totally acceptable. The white sandy beaches have good entry into the water, though occasional broken corals can be met. You can enjoy various water sports on the island. Sea La Vie Inn provides it’s guests with snorkeling equipment and it’s the best free activity that you can enjoy in Ukulhas. The water is crystal clear and you can explore the glory of the reefs with it’s exotic sea life. If you are an early bird you can observe whale sharks from the shore. For those who love sunsets, you can sit on the beach with an army of peaceful crabs to keep you company.

Snorkeling equipment

Things to do in Maldives on Honeymoon

Various activities including free snorkeling and Manta Ray safaris can be arranged at Sea La Vie Inn. There is a coral reef located near the island, where you’ll frequently see turtles, giant rays as well as reef sharks and Zebra sharks. You can also enjoy a Sand Bank Trip, the miracle of nature with powdery beaches and crystal clear water. Traditional Beach BBQ’s with fresh and juicy meals or a romantic Sunset Dinner can easily be organized for you with views out to the sea.

Sea La Vie Inn

Fishing enthusiasts will adore Ukulhas because it’s a great place to catch Yellowfin Tuna and Blue Marlin. You can also just spot majestic dolphins in the sea jumping around the boats. And don’t worry if you didn’t take enough money with you because it’s always possible to ask for a discount!

If you are planning to continue explore the islands and you are wondering where to go in Maldives check my article about Maldives surfing resorts.

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