Looking for amazing hotspots in Asia? See this video and decide what you want to read! I made an easy list for all the places in the video and linked them. Enjoy and have a great trip! If you have tips for other travellers please help each other and leave them in the comments!
This month I’m traveling for 12 months, like 365 days! I always said, I’ll go and see how long it will be. I didn’t had a goal to stay away for long. I just wanted to travel and do want I want to do.
This was my first big backpacktrip and I can say it isn’t my last one. When I think back about the last year it was crazy. Sometimes I scroll my Facebook or Instagram and see all those memories! Sometimes a bad picture still had awesome memories! I learned a lot about myself, the people around me and the world. Nobody can take that from me.
Wauw China! I’ll never forget you. When you are in China as a backpacker it is easy to travel. Trains, subway, busses and airplanes are good. The local bus is only one or two rmb. The subway is also 2 RMB. The long distance busses are not realy expensive and have good connections. The train is amazing. I prefer the hardseat for the normal and long trips (over 7 hours) and the hard sleeper for the real long distances. The hard sleeper is a bed and is sometimes better than a cheap hostel. I think China is a save coutry to backpack and travel. Hostels are cheap and the staff is nice. They want to help you with everything. Just ask for a note for the bus, train or other thing you need.
10 RMB is 1.30 euro
When you’re in Kunming you can go out en have a great night. There is a district with a lot of bars and clubs. For some clubs you need to dess up. For the others you don’t have to dress up. There are several clubs with Chinese music but there are also clubs with nice house and dance music.
Yesterdag I met a couple thats traveling trough Asia with their bikes. I could borrow a bike from the hostel so we decided to sightsee Kunming by bike! It was an amazing 60km trip trough and around Kunming! You’ll see local things that you normaly never see.
After the ride we bought some street bbq. Wauw, a big plate of noodles with bbq sticks (you can choose yourself) of vegastables, fish, beef, lamb and duck servered with cold a beer for 31 RMB! 🙂
See the compilation of Cycling Kunming
The last days in China I spend my time in Kunming. Via Hostelworld I booked the Glad inn hostel in Kunming. A nice hostel with a lot of space. And even my cheapest hostel so far. I stay here for $3.50 a night in a 12 person dorm room. The dorms are nice. The beds are a little harder then a used to but the beds are from steel and don’t make noise 🙂