The digital news platform Elite Daily recommended to young people summer trips to Southeast Asia for “the adventure of a lifetime”.
“The tourist destinations in Southeast Asia allow people to see beautiful places without breaking their account in the bank,” said the US digital publication that describes itself as the preferred platform of the “millennials”.
According to Elite Daily, the travel destinations in that part of the world make it possible for people to see beautiful places without breaking the bank. The well-known tourist trail between countries Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, and the Philippines, allows people to travel without breaking the bank. Here’s why you should backpack Southeast Asia this summer.
And specifically suggests to young tourists make that trip as backpackers.
“Backpackers know that sometimes, you’ve gotta sacrifice a bit of luxury to fulfill your wanderlust. Instead of fancy hotels, you’ll be sharing bunk beds with fellow travelers. Instead of flying first class, you might be traveling on overnight buses. You may have to deal with unreliable wifi, but at the end of the day, the journey is worth the effort”, theblog added.
So Young travelers will discover the ancient Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia, sample delicious street food in Thailand, explore stunning rice terraces in Bali, cruise Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, and snorkel in the turquoise waters of the Philippines, according to the news platfom.
“They will never run out of things to do, people to know and new things to learn”.
According to the blog in Southeast Asian countries a young person with limited income can find hostels at incredibly low prices, good food and a lot of beautiful landscapes to explore at a low cost.
The digital platform also stressed that there are in the region some of the most beautiful beaches in the world like the iconics in Phi Phi Islands in Thailand and in the impressive Cebu Islands in Philippines.
It also proposes to “millennials” to reserve an elegant resort a few steps from the seashore and sleep in a wooden hut.