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16 Best Things To Do In Penang Island, Malaysia

16 Best Things To Do In Penang Island, Malaysia

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5. Go On A Street Art Hunt!Perhaps the most famous of Penang’s street artIn recent years, George Town has become known for its street art and you definitely need to keep a look out for this as you explore things to do at Penang.The art depicts images from Penang daily life and from its past and it’s fun to try to spot it as you walk around. They make for great photos especially the bicycle above where you can sit on the bike for your own image of you exploring Penang.Some top places to go in Penang to find this art are Armenian Street, Chulia Street and Muntri Street.6. Take Some Silly Photos At Made in Penang Interactive MuseumOne of the installations at the Penang Interactive MuseumThe 3D Museum craze is well and truly alive in Malaysia and, at this Penang tourist attraction, you can
Unique Things to do in Thailand

Unique Things to do in Thailand

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Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Ayuthaya, Kanchanaburi - there are so many places to see and things to do in Thailand. That’s right, Thailand has it all - beautiful beaches, stunning waterfalls, gorgeous National parks, and anything you could ever want in a tourism destination. But let’s be honest, there are many other places around the world that offer the same things. So why choose Thailand? Because there are a few things you can do in Thailand that would be hard to find anywhere else.   Unique things to do in Thailand 1) Sleeping on a River Bed Should you choose to forgo your regular hotel accommodations, you can set up shop on the river. This extremely unique accommodation is offered by the Bangkok Treehouse company and is known as the “River Nest” accommodations. It is advertised as
A Day in Barcelona for Under €15

A Day in Barcelona for Under €15

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Barcelona, one of the best cities in Europe, is also one of the most expensive. We are aware that sadly it can cost a lot to visit the Catalan capital - even for a weekend - so we came up with two simple day plans complete with activities and food stops guaranteed to cost you €15 or less.  Heads up! These plans don't include traveling costs, so get yourself a T10 travel card (10 journeys on all public transport for only €10.20) or another type of city travel card.    1) Active Itinerary: Montjuic Hike and Mountain Views Breakfast: 365 Café 365 Cafe is one of our favourite bakery chains in the city and offers those with a sweet tooth an incredible selection of delicious pastries for under €2.  Better still, there are over a dozen 365 Cafes in Barcelona so you won't have to walk far to f
Antique and Vintage Shopping in Barcelona

Antique and Vintage Shopping in Barcelona

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The feeling of antique and vintage shopping is like no other. That rush of adrenaline and sense of restlessness as you search for that one thing the high street stores just don’t seem to be offering- and when you finally find that thing, the feeling is indescribable. Many describe Barcelona with the words hipster or edgy and although a little cringey, we’d have to agree. This makes Barcelona the ultimate place to go antique shopping, the city full to the brim of hidden treasure troves and backstreet stores perfect for every vintage Vinnie.   Here’s Some of Our Favorite Places to Buy Old in Barcelona: Mercat del Encants The Mercat del Encants, is the largest second-hand market in the city and was built all the way back in the 14th century! This market is the ideal place for those that l
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