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In , You've traveled 3,169km1,969mi, across 2 countries and 1 continents, or 1% of the world. You've been 0 times around the 🌍 Earth and 0.0 times to the 🌕 Moon.

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3,169

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2

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6

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  15 Dec '21 26d 10 Jan '22 10 Jan '22
15 Dec '21

Koh Rong Samloem កោះរ៉ុងសន្លឹម

Cambodia
  14 Dec '21 2mo 14 Feb '22 14 Feb '22
14 Dec '21

Phnom Penh

29°C 84°F
Cambodia
  10 Dec '21 1mo 13 Jan '22 13 Jan '22
10 Dec '21

Bangkok

30°C 85°F
Thailand
 
 
  25 Nov '21 14d 9 Dec '21 9 Dec '21
25 Nov '21

Koh-Chang Karang Bayview Resort

Thailand
  22 Nov '21 30d 22 Dec '21 22 Dec '21
22 Nov '21

Bangkok

31°C 87°F
Thailand
 
 
  22 Oct '21 30d 21 Nov '21 21 Nov '21
22 Oct '21

Chiang Mai

29°C 84°F
Thailand
  20 Oct '21 2d 22 Oct '21 22 Oct '21
20 Oct '21

Bangkok

31°C 87°F
Thailand
  12 Oct '21 7d 19 Oct '21 19 Oct '21
12 Oct '21

Patong Beach

Thailand



❤️ Favorites

  • Bangkok

    (It seems my paragraph formatting is being removed due to the length of my comment, so sorry you'll have to deal with the wall of text if you want to read this, haha) Have been in Bangkok for the past 6 months. I've been nomadic for the past 4 years across Europe & the US, and as someone who is used to walking everywhere and greenery, I found it quite difficult living here. I spent my first 5 months living in Airbnbs, which were fine for around $6-800/m, and for the last month decided to live in

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  37°  99°   31°  88° 🥵 AQI 55 😷
    0
    $1,344 / mo
    92 Mbps
    ×
  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai has had a deep Buddhist influence running over the last 1,000 years and this can be felt in the helpfulness, patience and generosity of the Thai and long-term transplants you come across. The city has an active community scene (nomads, spiritual seekers, hikers, creatives), several mountains with hiking spots and waterfalls surrounding the city, over 20 water bodies inside the city -- many have cafes and walks around, several public parks, and over 13 national parks with campgrounds w

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😝 Cheap
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    good
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌧  Feels  24°  75°   24°  76° AQI 20
    1
    $985 / mo
    87 Mbps
    ×
  • Ubud

    Ubud is dead. I plan to stay here for a month starting today, but my heart is already breaking. The traffic is too much. The center of Ubud is always crowded with cars and motorcycles, not a very relaxing environment. It's a pity.

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  31°  88°   27°  80° 🥵 AQI 50
    2
    $1,965 / mo
    62 Mbps
    ×
  • Phuket

    Lived in Phuket for a year now. Amazing place, especially the Bang Tao area. The further you go up north, the more beautiful it gets. Amazing beaches, beach clubs, restaurants and people. Patong is nice for a few days, but if you're not into partying just stay away. A lot of police check on the roads around Patong (and accidents), so always bring your international license. You can make it as expensive (or cheap) as you want, if you eat local like I do a meal is around 60 - 120 baht. Stay away

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    bad
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  35°  95°   29°  84° 🥵
    3
    $1,604 / mo
    70 Mbps
    ×
  • Kathmandu

    Kathmandu has frequent power outages as of December 2019 even though everyone says otherwise, as does Pokhara. The old outages are referring to the load shedding issue which were routine power outages for the majority of the day. Now power outages are not routine and can last unknown amounts of time, even the main (and only) airport loses power often. Buildings are unheated, water for showering is generally unheated or lukewarm, many houses get their water from urban aquifers which may be hea

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🏎 Fast
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  mediocre
    Tap to open
    🌧  Feels  22°  72°   22°  72° AQI 76 😷
    4
    $1,005 / mo
    12 Mbps
    ×
  • Singapore

    So… amazing food. Great public transportation. Very clean. But very conformist. Self expression limited. The irony of seeing an exhibit on graffiti, yet no actual graffiti in the streets. And the causal racism especially if you’re brown. You could be British born but still expect to be sat far away from everyone else at cocktail bars, experience comments and have weird assumptions made.

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😳 Way too expensive
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  great
    Tap to open
    🌧  Feels  34°  93°   29°  85°
    5
    $6,047 / mo
    74 Mbps
    ×
  • Austin

    I loved my stay in Austin. I had heard a lot of people moved here during COVID and wanted to see it for myself. We stayed around Lady Bird Lake, like on the south side of the river, a very nice area. We were there in July so it was quite hot, but in the shadow it was fine to walk. It is dry heat, not like in Thailand, so while it's hot it's not sweaty which is much better. The average quality of food here is very high, like some of the best food I had in the world besides maybe Japan. Not eve

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  🧐 Pricey
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    very bad
    👮 Safety  mediocre
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  41°  106°   32°  90° 🥵
    6
    $3,692 / mo
    73 Mbps
    ×
  • Pokhara

    I stayed in Pokhara for a few months and it is a friendly place with a good music scene. there are plenty of amazing trekking opportunities around in the Himalayas. the people are very friendly and it's easy to make friends. Lots of travelers here are smoking weed, it seems to be pretty legal here. internet speeds are good (probably 15 up and down on average but I stayed in one place that was hitting 30) but power cuts are frequent in the summer (monsoon) months. Many hotels, guest houses, airbn

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😝 Cheap
    📡 InternetWiFi  🏎 Fast
    very bad
    👮 Safety  mediocre
    Tap to open
    🌧  Feels  22°  72°   22°  72° AQI 11
    7
    $802 / mo
    14 Mbps
    ×
  • 🌎 Regions collected (1 of 8)

    🚩 Flags collected (2 of 275)

    🌍 Top countries

  • Thailand

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🏎 Fast
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  34°  93°   29°  84°
    4mo
    $1,372 / mo
    31 Mbps
    ×
  • Cambodia

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🙂 Good
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  mediocre
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  39°  102°   31°  87° 🥵
    3mo
    $1,160 / mo
    10 Mbps
    ×
  • 🛬 Most visits

  • Bangkok

    (It seems my paragraph formatting is being removed due to the length of my comment, so sorry you'll have to deal with the wall of text if you want to read this, haha) Have been in Bangkok for the past 6 months. I've been nomadic for the past 4 years across Europe & the US, and as someone who is used to walking everywhere and greenery, I found it quite difficult living here. I spent my first 5 months living in Airbnbs, which were fine for around $6-800/m, and for the last month decided to live in

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  37°  99°   31°  88° 🥵 AQI 55 😷
    3x
    $1,344 / mo
    92 Mbps
    ×
  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai has had a deep Buddhist influence running over the last 1,000 years and this can be felt in the helpfulness, patience and generosity of the Thai and long-term transplants you come across. The city has an active community scene (nomads, spiritual seekers, hikers, creatives), several mountains with hiking spots and waterfalls surrounding the city, over 20 water bodies inside the city -- many have cafes and walks around, several public parks, and over 13 national parks with campgrounds w

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😝 Cheap
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    good
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌧  Feels  24°  75°   24°  76° AQI 20
    1x
    $985 / mo
    87 Mbps
    ×
  • Phnom Penh

    Stayed in PP for around 2 months. I would say it appeals to a certain type of person. Unlike capital cities in neighboring countries, I found the vibe to be more relaxed. The city basically shuts down at 9pm. I would say if you want to visit, you should be willing to invest more in accomodations. I tried keeping my budget similar to those in Bangkok and that was my biggest mistake of my stay here. The Airbnbs I booked for around $20-25 a night had very slow wifi, no hot water or no water at all

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🙂 Good
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  mediocre
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  39°  102°   31°  88° 🥵 AQI 29
    1x
    $1,138 / mo
    8 Mbps
    ×
  • 🛌 Most time spent

  • Bangkok

    (It seems my paragraph formatting is being removed due to the length of my comment, so sorry you'll have to deal with the wall of text if you want to read this, haha) Have been in Bangkok for the past 6 months. I've been nomadic for the past 4 years across Europe & the US, and as someone who is used to walking everywhere and greenery, I found it quite difficult living here. I spent my first 5 months living in Airbnbs, which were fine for around $6-800/m, and for the last month decided to live in

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  37°  99°   31°  88° 🥵 AQI 55 😷
    2mo
    $1,344 / mo
    92 Mbps
    ×
  • Phnom Penh

    Stayed in PP for around 2 months. I would say it appeals to a certain type of person. Unlike capital cities in neighboring countries, I found the vibe to be more relaxed. The city basically shuts down at 9pm. I would say if you want to visit, you should be willing to invest more in accomodations. I tried keeping my budget similar to those in Bangkok and that was my biggest mistake of my stay here. The Airbnbs I booked for around $20-25 a night had very slow wifi, no hot water or no water at all

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😙 Affordable
    📡 InternetWiFi  🙂 Good
    mediocre
    👮 Safety  mediocre
    Tap to open
    🌥  Feels  39°  102°   31°  88° 🥵 AQI 29
    2mo
    $1,138 / mo
    8 Mbps
    ×
  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai has had a deep Buddhist influence running over the last 1,000 years and this can be felt in the helpfulness, patience and generosity of the Thai and long-term transplants you come across. The city has an active community scene (nomads, spiritual seekers, hikers, creatives), several mountains with hiking spots and waterfalls surrounding the city, over 20 water bodies inside the city -- many have cafes and walks around, several public parks, and over 13 national parks with campgrounds w

    ⭐️ OverallAll 
    💵 Cost  😝 Cheap
    📡 InternetWiFi  🚀 Super fast
    good
    👮 Safety  good
    Tap to open
    🌧  Feels  24°  75°   24°  76° AQI 20
    30d
    $985 / mo
    87 Mbps
    ×
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