I can’t believe that it’s almost over, my Vietnam trip is really coming to an end. I’m obviously not in Vietnam anymore. I left almost three months ago, but working on my blog posts, editing videos and pictures, made me feel like a little part of me was still left in sunny Southeast Asia. …

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We arrived in Mui Ne at 1am, after 8 hours in a tinny Vietnamese bus, 4 hours of waiting in Ho Chi Minh City and about 5 hours of sleep in an awesome sleeping bus. It was a long day. Since we knew, we would arrive in the middle of the night, we booked our hotel …

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Vietnam has always been on top of my bucket list. There is something about this country, that has always made me very curious. The Vietnamese hats, green rice fields, sunny beaches, palm trees, Pho and spring rolls… The idea of making this dream into reality, came up when my fall semester schedule was revealed. I …

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1. Go to a night market Yes, markets and especially famous Taiwanese night markets, are basically one of the biggest attractions in Taiwan. When I was asking my Asian friends about tips and recommendations about Taiwan, number one reaction from everyone was “You need to try Taiwanese food!”. Taiwan is known to be the food …

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  The second part of my Summer in Hong Kong photo series. Incredible, exciting and super fun summer, that I spent in University of Hong Kong, doing a summer course about creativity in East Asia, living in two different hotels and a student dorm, hanging out around the city with new and old friends, discovering …

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Taipei has been on my travel bucket list for a looong time. I heard a lot of good about it when I lived in Shanghai, all Taiwanese people I know are super nice, plus when you study Asian Business, Taiwan is not a place you can miss. So as soon as I got accepted for …

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Take a walk by the river Walking by the Thames is my favourite thing to do in London, and it’s also the best way to get the real taste of the city and see all the pretty architecture; some of the most beautiful buildings in London are located by the Thames: Big Ben, House of …

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See Marina Bay Sands hotel and the Gardens by the Bay Marina Bay Sands and especially its iconic rooftop pool are one of the most known landmarks in Singapore. Beside that, there is a huge shopping center underneath Marina Bay Sands and the promenade in front of the Hotel is a great place to admire …

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You will need Pleco! Pleco is a lifesaver in China! and a lifesaver for anyone like me, who studys Chinese. It’s a free dictionary app for smartphones, which will make your life in China a lot easier. You can use it in restaurants while ordering or to communicate with taxi drivers. Have all addresses written …

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The Forbidden City is of course a must in Beijing. It started to rain as we were leaving and the last picture I took also happened to be my favourite.