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5 Housing Rentals for Staying In Vietnam (For Each Budget)

Living in a new country can be very challenging for a lot of people: a new culture to know, new places to explore, and new housing to get. Unlike most countries, the law in Vietnam prohibits anyone from owning land. That means you can’t own a patch of land, but you can get your own home. Based on your available budget and usage, you’ll have a lot of housing options to choose from. Continue reading “5 Housing Rentals for Staying In Vietnam (For Each Budget)” »

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Guide to Renting an Apartment in Phnom Penh

It’s not easy to navigate through the rental market in Phnom Penh, especially if you are an expatriate that has just arrived in the country. Here is a mini-guide that explains what it takes to rent an apartment in Phnom Penh. Continue reading “Guide to Renting an Apartment in Phnom Penh” »

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Renting A Villa In Dubai? 5 Things You Need To Know In Advance

If you are searching for a villa for rent in Dubai, you are in luck. There are plenty of villas, starting from super luxury villas to some less stylish, but still excellent, whose rent is a bit more bearable. Continue reading “Renting A Villa In Dubai? 5 Things You Need To Know In Advance” »

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How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Kuala Lumpur?

Malaysia is an attractive tourist destination. People from all over the world flock to this energetic city for its high quality of life, available at a very reasonable price. The government also encourages tourists to come and live to add as an advantage to its financial and commercial sector. The fixed income group of retired people from other countries can go a long way to sustain a luxurious lifestyle in this exotic country. At the same time KL, the capital of this country has a huge population of expats working and living in the city. Continue reading “How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Kuala Lumpur?” »

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Everest Base Camp Trek

Moun Everest, which towers above Khumbu (one of the three sub regions of the main Sherpa settlement of the Himalayas) at over 29,000 feet, is considered as the toughest challenge and adventure on this planet. Everest base camp trek starts from Lukla to the vast glaciers and the sharp ridgelines of the Himalayas in and around the Everest. Continue reading “Everest Base Camp Trek” »

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Phuket Diving

Phuket is often referred to as the ‘Pearl of the South’ and for scuba divers it’s the jewel in the crown of the Andaman Sea. This island paradise lies only 8 degrees north of the equator; it enjoys a tropical climate with average water temperature of 28°C/78°F and has an amazing variety of aquatic life. Continue reading “Phuket Diving” »

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Diving in Bahrain

The warm, shallow waters of the Bahrain archipelago are teeming with oyster beds. Water temperature varies between 18C in Jan to 34C in August. There are a number of wrecks around the island including ships, tugs and planes. History and ancient history would suggest that diving itself was probably born in and around the warm shallow waters of Bahrain. Continue reading “Diving in Bahrain” »

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Sailing from Buddhism to Modernization – Bhutan

Travel, for the most part, involves in experiencing something out of the blue and the urge to always see something new. It gives great joy to do things not done before or seeing things haven’t seen before. These little details of accepting the unexpected rejuvenates the whole travel mood while the idea of seeking more unexplored places starts off eventfully and the journey a never ending one. Continue reading “Sailing from Buddhism to Modernization – Bhutan” »