My Solo Trip to #Cambodia: Koh Kong- Things To Do

The small a town Koh Kong is, people here seems very peaceful, they love their leisurely time, and so is their simple, blissful life. So quite naturally it is expected that there isn’t much to do in this town but lay back for some time!! That’s in a way is correct, but the few limited activities available are surely exclusive and a sublime experience if that interests you. So better not underestimate this place.

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My Solo Trip to #Cambodia: Koh Kong

Another small eccentric town by the river further south of Battambang. My next stop after Battambang was Koh Kong, and it was quite a journey, Not a troublesome though, it was actually a long journey to keep it simple.

Actually let me tell you in detail in case you haven’t gone through the earlier posts on battambang. All the cities in Cambodia are well connected with Phnom Penh in first place. If you are coming to Siem Reap (even if you go to Battambang, the same applies) and you want to journey down south, you have to go VIA Phnom Penh. From Phnom Penh all the places barring north or south, will take minimum 6 hours to reach considering light traffic. So if you are coming from North or vice versa, take a Night Bus to Phnom Penh, then take the connecting bus to the next destination.

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My Journey to the land of Fairy-tales – A day visit to #Brussels

The City of Brussels is simply blissful. Though my stay in the city was only for few hours (I know it’s an injustice to my travel plan!!), the feeling was cheerful as the city is so high on spirit. Belgium, as a country looks like size ‘0’ on the entire Europe map but Hey.. Don’t underestimate by choosing your stay short here.  There are lots to see and plenty to enjoy in this country. This time it’s only Brussels that I could manage, but as I said the city doesn’t disappoint. Start right after your breakfast; glowing in the soft sunlight to stretching in the lazy late afternoon, it’s an exuberant city which will keep you engaged.

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My #SOLOTRAVEL Guide to #BALI: Planning an itinerary for #BALI

When I was planning my trip to #Bali, I took it like any other destination. I would go for a holiday, would appreciate the beauty of the place, would swim on the water, go sightseeing and a little bit of shopping and I would be back home with happy memories. Also, the plan was to revisit the place from time to time, only while I would go through my picture gallery!!

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Travelling to #Bali, it’s everlasting Memory..

Do you love warm sunny days, breezy evenings by the beach and the touch of crumbly yet soft sand under your bare foot?

It’s not that I can’t think of any other option but only one; but maybe that’s the visual problem of beach lovers like me or it’s Only ME; any blue wavy movement somewhere, overflowing the horizon, I assume it to be a beach!!

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