Thailand

How To Travel Krabi on a Budget With Less Than R2,000

You don’t need a ton of money to visit Thailand. Even as a South African, it’s possible to travel Krabi on a budget and only spend R 250.00 per day.

Thailand

Staying at Reset Hostel in Krabi, Thailand

Located right across from Klong Muang beach, Reset Hostel is an affordable yet posh hostel in Krabi. From delicious free breakfasts to beautiful decor and sea views, here’s everything you can expect!

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Vietnam

How to Get Your Visa on Arrival for Vietnam in 3 Easy Steps

South Africans! We can get a visa on arrival for Vietnam! Say goodbye to standing in those boring consulate lines and get ready to visit one of Southeast Asia’s most popular and affordable destinations with a few clicks.

Thailand

8 Adventurous Things To Do in Krabi You Need To Try

Hike to breathtaking viewpoints, kayak through mangroves and go caving to see ancient rock paintings. These are just some of the adventurous things to do in Krabi that deserve a spot on your Thailand itinerary!

Indonesia

What You Need to Know About Hiking Mt Batur in Bali

From hiking Mt Batur solo to signing up for a group tour, here’s what you need to know about successfully summiting one of Bali’s active volcanos!

Indonesia

8 Unusual and Adventurous Things to Do in Bali

Looking for unusual and adventurous things to do in Bali? Here are 8 activities that deserve a spot on any intrepid travellers Bali bucket list!

Indonesia

Digital Nomad Retreat: Spending a Month in Bali with PACK

Want to know what it’s like to spend a month in paradise on a digital nomad retreat? Here’s my review of PACK’s Bali trip and what you can expect.

Indonesia

How to Travel Bali on a Budget as a Frugal South African

A week in Bali can cost as little as R 1,500. Here’s how to travel Bali on a budget and explore this tropical island paradise without breaking the bank!

China

South Africans: 5 Reasons You Should Teach English in China

On the fence about where to teach abroad? Here are five reasons why South Africans should consider China as their next TEFL destination.