Nha Trang is quickly becoming one of Vietnam’s premier travel destinations. With the most stunning beaches that Vietnam has to offer, it is no wonder why travelers flock to this paradise on the Pacific Coast of the country. Looking at the city now, it is almost impossible to fathom that just two decades ago, the… Read More Why No Trip To Nha Trang Is Complete Without Visiting Sailing Club
Bali is one of those dream destinations for pretty much everybody. There’s just something about the island that attracts all sorts of travelers. From the partying backpackers to the honeymooners to expats and retirees, Bali does not discriminate against anyone. No matter who you are, a month in Bali is a month well spent. There… Read More One Month Bali Itinerary For Backpackers
Kuala Lumpur, like most Asian capitals, is a sprawling metropolis spanning miles in every direction. For anyone new to the city, it might feel overwhelming or even impossible to get your bearings. As our bus parked at KL Sentral Station, I was in awe at the massive hub that I had just been dropped off… Read More Where To Stay in Kuala Lumpur: Jalan Alor
The first time I ever stayed at a party hostel, I was 20 years old and in love with everything about it. I was at the age where I could drink all night, go to bed at 6 AM, and still be ready to go and explore the city by noon. I could sleep through… Read More The Pros and Cons Of Party Hostels
Like many capital cities in Asia, Hanoi is mistakenly seen as a stepping stone to better destinations. The rapidly-developing city is massive and full of things to do, yet most backpackers tend to just skim over it.… Read More The Backpacker’s Guide To Hanoi
Before I started traveling nearly full-time, the measure of my travel experiences was always summed up by the number of countries I had crossed off. Lately, I’ve begun realizing how meaningless that number actually is. Let me clarify that this isn’t a stab at knowing how many countries you’ve been to, but the mindset of… Read More Let’s Stop Encouraging The “Counting Countries” Style of Traveling
I know this blog is called “the partying traveler” and Amsterdam has a reputation for being one of the world’s top party destinations, but I figured every other blog out there has already beaten Amsterdam’s party scene into the ground. Amsterdam’s red light district, hookers, and weed are definitely the first things that come to… Read More 5 Wholesome Things To Do In Amsterdam
New Year’s Eve in Times Square is the world’s most famous New Year’s celebration. Watching the ball drop, jamming to the musical performances, and joining more than a million people filling a tiny area of New York City seems like a great way to ring in the New Year. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime kind of thing.… Read More Is New Year’s Eve in Times Square Worth It?
So… you’re headed to Boracay for the first time and you don’t really know what to expect. Well, before anything else, let me commend you for including the island in your travel plans since it is one of the Philippines’ biggest tourist draws and ideal if you want some all-out summer fun. It’s better if… Read More So, You’re Headed to Boracay for the First Time…
For any traveler making their way through Europe, Asia, South America, and even Central America, staying at a hostel is not only budget-friendly but extremely fun. So far, in the hostels I’ve stayed in at the U.S., it can barely even be considered budget-friendly. While some people cringe at the idea of sharing rooms with… Read More When Will Hostel Culture Catch On In The U.S.?