My Experience Traveling from New Delhi to Agra to See the Taj Mahal

Seeing Taj Mahal has always been something I’ve always wanted to do. After speaking with many travelers, they all told me it’s worth it and definitely a must see in your lifetime. Despite originally having no plans on going to India, I spontaneously decided to go to India since its fairly close by to Thailand (where I was at the…

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Complete 24 Days Thailand Spending Breakdown

In this blog post, I document my 24 Days Complete Thailand Spending Breakdown.     24 Days Thailand Spending Breakdown Taxi – $39.20 CAD (980 Baht) Uber – $48.05 CAD (1,201.32 Baht) Food – $134.20 CAD (3,355 Baht) Airport Shuttle – $7.20 CAD (180 Baht) Contact Lense Solution – $3.44 CAD (86 Baht) ATM Fee…

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My Complete Philippines, Laos, and Cambodia Spending Breakdown

In this blog post, you will see my complete Philippines, Laos, and Cambodia spending breakdown. Travelling to Philippines for me wasn’t expensive because I stayed with my relatives. I really saved money on transportation and accommodation as a result. Because I went during Christmas and New Year, I also received a lot of “red envelopes”…

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Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum – A Frightening Look Into Cambodia’s Past

Between 1975 and 1979, Pol Pot’s oppressive regime the Khmer Rouge committed genocide towards their own people killing roughly 1.5-3 million Cambodians and reducing the population by 25%. Pol Pot was paranoid of that someone was out to get him. His paranoia was so great, he ordered the death of millions of Cambodians. Today, the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum…

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6 Places to Visit and See When You Visit Vientiane Laos

Laos is one of the quietest countries in Southeast Asia. I spent a few days in Vientiane just to see what the country was like. My first impression was: it was definitely peaceful. Vientiane also doesn’t have the typical traffic that other Southeast Asian countries have. It helps that their population is quite low at almost 7…

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