Malaysia

The Best Time to Visit Borneo, Malaysia

Whether you want to see the orangutans, dive with whale sharks or summit Mt Kinabalu, here is the best time to visit Borneo, Malaysia!

Italy

What It’s Like To Go On a Digital Nomad Retreat in …

Thinking about ditching your desk and joining a digital nomad retreat? Here’s what you can expect from a 4-week trip to Sicily, Italy with PACK.

Malaysia

How to Backpack Sepilok, Borneo on a Budget

Sepilok, Borneo is a super affordable destination for South Africans. Find out how to eat, sleep and see Borneo on a budget for only R 2, 238.00.

Vietnam

What You Need to Know About Trekking in Sapa, Vietnam

Thinking about going trekking in Sapa, Vietnam? From transport to trekking solo or with a guide, here’s a complete guide on everything you need to know.

Vietnam

My Complete 2-Week Vietnam Backpacking Itinerary

Looking for the best places to visit in Vietnam? Here’s my 2-week Vietnam backpacking itinerary that covers the north, south, and central Vietnam complete with hostels, restaurants and things to do in each city.

Thailand

A Beginners Guide to Rock Climbing in Railay, Thailand

Rock climbing in Railay is one of Thailand’s must-do activities. With routes ranging from beginner to advanced, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring the island’s natural beauty from a different perspective.

Thailand

Staying at Arch 39 Hostel in Chiang Mai

Located within walking distance from Chiang Mai’s North Gate, Arch 39 Hostel is one of the city’s quirkiest budget accommodation options. From rock climbing bunk beds to a continental breakfast, here’s what you can expect!

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Thailand

Staying at Rapala Rock Wood Resort in Thailand

Staying in Railay Beach is a dream for many people travelling to Thailand – but it’s not cheap. I tracked down the most affordable accommodation, Rapala Rock Wood Resort, to see how much it really costs to do Railay on a budget.

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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.