Awesome Accommodation That Won’t Break the Bank
You don’t even need to book your accommodation in advance when you set off on your Asian tour, especially if you are backpacking.
As a rule, I will only book my first night’s accommodation in the city I am headed too, usually because I am too tired upon arrival to hunt up a bargain.
After that, you can root around the place you’re in on your own, and find something that takes your fancy and doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
Taste Foods You’ve Never Even Heard Of
I recommend eating the strange foods that you will be faced with when you travel Asia, as you may find, much to your amazement, that they are pretty good!
Food as a rule is very inexpensive, and, even if you prefer to stick to items that you know well –and can pronounce – you won’t spend a lot of money on eating and drinking. If you do, you are doing something wrong!
Take a Trip on a Bus, Gus
Transportation is a breeze when it comes to Asian holidays, and the easiest and cheapest method of getting around is by bus. Busses will take you anywhere, and you can visit everywhere by means of them.
Thanks to the popularity of the backpacker’s trail on this continent, you will find that the bus routes are well-worn, and established, and you can go anywhere you want to.
Incredible Activities at a Fraction of the Price
If you are an active holidaymaker, like I am, fear not. Your Asian tour will have heaps of activities for you to enjoy at very inexpensive rates. Most of the day tours cost roughly US$20, usually less, although it does depend on the activity you have selected. Scuba-diving lessons will set you back a few hundred dollars, but a multi-day pass to Angkor Wat is less than US$40.
You can trek across the jungles for between US$30 and US$50, although there are cheaper rates for group bookings, and white water rafting is less than US$50.
Check the country and city guides for more specific pricing, and start your travel Asia experience as soon as you can!
So when you’re done enjoying those real money slots make sure you book your next trip, and I highly recommend Asia as a travel destination!