•The little plastic containers that camera film comes in are excellent for storing things. The best use I found for them was salt and pepper holders. • If you're a drinker, make sure you have your own wine/bottle opener! Sometimes you can get them as key rings. You'll never find one in a hostel cause they're constantly stolen.• Always travel with a pack of cards. It's the best way to make friends and a lifesaver if you're staying in a hostel with no TV.• A sarong has many uses. It acts as a tablecloth during a picnic. A wrap around if you've unfortunately managed to fry your legs to a crunchy crusty crisp in the midday sun. A belt that keeps your trousers up. A blanket to sit on while relaxing on the beach or in the park. Finally, my personal favourite, if you're lucky enough to get a bot
1. Snorkeling and Scuba 2. Find sunrise at island *Better your sleep 1st . Credit to anan dan ikim for this picture 3. Doing some sport either jogging or play softball 4. Sunbath and swimming 5. Chill out with local people and tourist *thank's to abg din who show me how to go wind turbine at up the hill 6. Hiking *can you see me ? 7. Taking picture 8. Kayak around island *this picture i taken from Perhentian Challange 2007 "Think About Your Next Trip"
As independent travellers, we like to assume that we're above the workings of Tourist Zones. Look closely, and you'll notice that some of the most colourful indie-traveller hangouts in the world -Panajachel in Guatemala, Dali in China , Dahab in Egypt - have much in common. Granted, these place retain their own geographical and cultural distinction, but each location shares a laid-back predilection for catering to aesthic and recreational needs of Western budget travellers. Thus, keeping in mind that much of our time as travellers involes moving in and out of Trourist Zones, here is my tip sheet to help you make sense of things: *Learn to identify Tourist Zones - There's nothing necessarily wrong with a Tourist Zone, but it helps to know when you're in one, a it will affect how you rel...
As part of a drive to boost the number of tourists to Malaysia, Malaysian Airlines’ new low-cost carrier Firefly airlines will start daily direct flights between Phuket and Penang beginning April 13. Malaysian Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor discussed the new service at a press conference at the Royal Phuket City Hotel on Thursday. Firefly, which will launch on April 2, will also start daily direct service between Samui and Penang on April 15. Last year, about 1.9 million of Malaysia’s 17.5 million tourists were from Thailand, and Tourism Minister Adnan said that the country wants to increase that number to 2.2 million in the upcoming year. “This year is very special year for Malaysia because Malaysia is going to celebrate our 50 years as an independent nation,”
Backpacker define as a hiker who wears a backpack. I learn to be backpacker since i was form 2 during high school. During that time i was a scout. I learn everthing about backpacker , sarvivour , travelling , first aid and more. My interest on backpacker start during that time and still grow till now. So on this blog i will tell about my experience and my journey around the world See The World