Blog Posts - Off The Beaten Track



10 incredible under-the-radar places to visit in India

A trip to India is guaranteed to be one of the most memorable experiences of your life. Our guest blogger and India fan, UB Hawthorn who spent two years living in India selects 10 of the most incredible off the beaten track places to visit in this be...
by Globalgrasshopper on Dec 30, 2015

A week in Provence – off the beaten track

For idyllic rural vistas, vineyards, sunflowers and ancient villages there is no better place than Provence in South Eastern France. It's no surprise that the region has inspired more than it's fair share of Artists, Poets and Writers.....
by Globalgrasshopper on Nov 6, 2015

12 under the radar things to do in Paris

There is something ephemeral about walking the streets of Paris, knowing that at some point in the past Hemingway, Joyce and Scott Fitzgerald too tripped along the same cobbles. Although nothing quite takes the magic of the moment away than having to...
by Globalgrasshopper on Apr 7, 2015

Free hot spring in deep mountain forest – Fukiage Onsen

Although hardly mentioned in travel guides, particularly English ones, Fukiage Hot Spring (onsen in Japanese) is probably the best...
by Cheapo Japan on Oct 9, 2014

Restaurant Review: Simple Fare and Friendly Service in East Bali

Restaurant review: Cafe Wayan in Candidasa in Eastern Bali serves simple food and has friendly service...
by Accidental TravelWriter on Sep 24, 2014

Underrated Cities in Europe That We Love

I have a love-hate relationship with travel lists. When they’re inane, generic, lack perspective, and are researched from a desk, I loathe them. When they’re useful, subjective, opinionated, and written from personal experience, I find them inspi...
by grantourismo on May 29, 2014

Top 5 Quirky Things To Do In Bangkok

Bangkok offers so many quirky, creative and unique places to see. Whether it’s a slightly mental cat themed pub, a disturbing Forensic Museum of murder victims, or a cringingly inappropriate shrine of penises – Bangkok has it all! So, yea...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Apr 15, 2014

Travelogue: Off-the-Beaten-Path Boutique Resort Hotel Offers Glimpse into the Other Bali

Ametis Villa Bali is located in Cangcu, Bali, which is off the well trod tourism track. It offers convenience and privacy and a chance to experience the 'real' Bali.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Mar 9, 2014

Top 5: Local Thai Eats In Bangkok

Are you itching to try some real Thai food in Bangkok? Screw all the fancy Thai restaurants, when you dine out off the beaten path – local style – then you can truly experience Thai food in Bangkok. Not only do the local Thai restaurants in Bangk...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Feb 8, 2014

Exploring the Lost City of Mahendraparvata at Mount Kulen Cambodia

We’ve been getting a lot of questions about exploring the lost city of Mahendraparvata at Mount Kulen or Phnom Kulen in northern Cambodia, since the New York Times recently included it under its Siem Reap entry at #47 on its 52 Places to Go in...
by grantourismo on Jan 30, 2014

Papaya Vintage Shop Bangkok

Home to perhaps the largest collection of bizarre vintage merchandise in Bangkok, the Papaya Vintage Shop is great for finding rare buys or merely just a curious peruse. What’s in store at the Papaya Vintage Shop Papaya is set in a huge warehou...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Dec 30, 2013

Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market

Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market, also referred to as Talat Nam Khlong Lat Mayom, is a quieter, local floating market in Bangkok, on the outskirts of the city off the beaten track. The market has a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere with plenty of uniqu...
by Can I Live In Thailand on Dec 17, 2013

Takahata-Fudoson Temple and Park

While the name is quite a tongue twister, Toritsu Tamakyuryo Natural Park and the associated shrine and pagoda...
by Cheapo Japan on Dec 4, 2013

5 Things To Do In Phuket You Won’t Find in the Guidebook

Phuket is quickly turning into one of the most visited destinations in all of SE Asia, and for good reason. With Bangkok being named the worlds most visited city in 2012, with over 15 million visitors, surprisingly over 10 million of them also made i...
by Wandering On on Oct 13, 2013

A walk in the park..(Valkenburg)

Dear followers,A few days ago the sun finally came trough here in Limburg. Soooo we took advantage of that and decided to go for a walk in Valkenburg. This time we took the opportunity to see the other part of Valkenburg. Not the tourist part of town...
by precious moments on Apr 30, 2013

10 Things to Do in Phuket Off the Beaten Track

Like most people you want to visit Phuket but you would prefer to see it from a less known angle, places most people haven't heard of, and where the chances to meet another tourist are rather thin. Many would say there are no such places in Phuket an...
by Phuket101 on Jul 8, 2012

10 Things to Do in Phuket Off the Beaten Track

Like most people you want to visit Phuket but you would prefer to see it from a less known angle, places most people haven't heard of, and where the chances to meet another tourist are rather thin. Many would say there are no such places in Phuke...
by Phuket101 on Jul 8, 2012

Off the Beaten Track in the Kimberley

Off the Beaten Track in the Kimberley: Up in the northwest corner of Australia is a region known simply as the Kimberley. Until recently, the only tourists who visited the Kimberley were seasoned explorers who knew how to survive in the outback and e...

Monument, którego nikt się nie spodziewa w Hawanie

29 y G. To nie szyfr. To adres, gdzie znajduje się ten pomnik. Jak zapewne niektórzy wiedzą, w Hawanie większość ulic oznacza się literami i cyframi, podobnie jak w Stanach. Ponieważ obie wartości są dość niskie, możemy domyślać się,...
by Cuba - mi amor on Feb 8, 2012


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