With its bustling cities, culinary experiences, beautiful pristine beaches, idyllic islands, national parks and rain-forests teeming with wildlife, the catchy tourism slogan “Malaysia, Truly Asia” rings true as this country is a melting pot of diverse Asian cultures. Malaysia has a multitude of experiences to offer to the travelers who often visit this country. Malaysia is the neighbour of Thailand and Vietnam which are known for their cheap thrills. Despite that, the currency of Malaysia, Ringgit, does not stretch as much as it would in terms of Thai Baht or Vietnamese Dong. But with some careful and thrifty planning, travelling around Malaysia can be quite cost effective.
Obviously, you’ll need to pack your suitcase before you head out to Bali properly. There are a number of essentials that you’ll have to bring, including clothing and electronics, and just as many things that can be left at home. Before you start packing your bags, here are some of the most important things to keep in mind. After all, you need to be prepared for your trip, but not to the point of over-preparation.
Tourist traps are nothing new. They occur all over the world, including Phuket (Thailand). You see, there are always people looking to scam tourists and trap them into paying extra. In order to prepare you better for your next Phuket visit, here are 6 tourist traps that you should keep an out for:
Koh Samui also spelled Ko Samui (notably without the “h”) is the second-largest island in Thailand. It’s located in the Chumphon Archipelago and is in the province of Surat Thani. Around 63,000 people live on the island of Koh Samui, which is quickly becoming one the top tourist destinations in the country of Thailand. It’s home to beautiful beaches, a number of interesting things to do, and has a beautiful tropical jungle – one that’s been completely unspoiled by man – at its center. Really, it’s no wonder that everyone wants to visit Koh Samui. Let’s go over some the many other reasons why this island is one of Bangkok’s top tourist attractions.
The Habsburgs were an imperial powerhouse in Austria and Hofburg is a testament to their lasting influence. Here you can see the private apartments of the Emperor, and experience the unparalleled luxury of imperial life. One of the most beloved sites within the palace is the Sisi museum, concerning the life and mythos of the late Empress.