Blue Forest on Wet Boots Travel Blog
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Whether you’re starting out on your backpacking journey or looking for insider tips on expat living, you’ve come to the right place. This travel blog is a valuable resource to give you ideas on things to do for your upcoming trip.
Our Latest Travel Blog Posts
You won’t really know a place inside and out until you’ve arrived and lived like a local. We’re saving you the trouble by giving you insights into the history and culture of various epic locations and hidden gems. We’ve come up with short features about the places we’ve been to, as well as some mini-guides for places of interest. Avoid last-minute hassles, expensive mistakes, and travel faux pas by reading our latest travel blog posts below.
Ayutthaya Tourism: 6 Most Visited Landmarks
One of the irresistible charms of Ayutthaya province is that it’s isolated from the hubbub of Bangkok and yet just a quick journey away. Travellers can go to Ayutthaya and be back in the city without feeling too drained and exhausted. No wonder Ayutthaya tourism is in the pink of health, as adventurers pour inRead more
Explore Batu Caves, Malaysia’s Iconic Cave Ecosystem
As one of Malaysia’s most recognized tourist attractions, Batu Caves is synonymous with the Petronas Twin Towers in iconic status. Thus, many a travelers, even during their layovers, strive to head to the Batu Caves. After all, a quick trip to the country, or at least the state capital, will not be complete without payingRead more
Where to Spend a Day in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dense, humid and mechanical, Kuala Lumpur’s city center is constantly on the move. But the city slows down to breathe in its hidden nooks, where true Malaysian way of life slips through the urban form. Save your pocket money and go on a free city tour in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by visiting these points ofRead more
Budget Travel Tips and Adventure Travel Blog
The Blue Forest on Wet Boots travel blog started out as a personal travel blog, but I had bigger dreams. I wanted to evolve the blog from just a mere personal journal to a helpful resource for independent budget travelers who wanted to see Southeast Asia or travel around the world. Like you, I’m just an ordinary traveler who wants to build a community where I can share meaningful experiences with.
Since launching in 2011, the travel blog has undergone countless redesigns and updates to align with its changing goals and message. I know that in order to stay relevant, we should keep up with times, shift our gears, and pivot to a new editorial direction. We’ve since expanded our coverage of topics and travel themes, from family travel to budget travel advice and the best travel deals. I wanted to provide travelers with practical travel tips that are actionable and insightful.
As for those wondering about the name of the blog, why Blue Forest on Wet Boots you may ask? Well, long story short, the line was taken from a book, which describes what makes good travel writing. This travel blog strives to produce well-written and well-researched features, essays and news articles that have substance. As a storyteller, I want to put you smack dab in the middle of the scene we’re describing, as if you’re the one experiencing it. Hopefully, I do a good job at it.
Money Saving Tips for Budget Travelers
As a casual or ordinary traveler, more often than not, you probably pay tourist prices for your tours or accommodations, and you probably wonder how you can find the best deals out there to maximize your travel budget. So we’ve come up with guides to help budget minded travelers like you avoid tourist traps and stretch your tight budget to cover more road trips and experiences. We’ll teach you travel hacking so you can travel cheaper by learning how to find cheap flights, and even score free accommodation. Let’s make your travel dreams come true on a frugal budget.
Destination Guides for the World's Cheapest Places
Most people who are living a nomadic lifestyle choose to reside in cheap destinations for a reason, and that is, to save money. We’ve come up with articles on savings strategies to help you go on travel adventures, from Eastern Europe to South America, so you can travel the world much longer while saving money in your bank account. Expect travel hacks from booking flights to choosing the right budget accommodations through our hostel guide.
A Safe Network for Solo Female Travelers
Still in its infancy, I’ve started a resource section for women who are going on a solo travel to help them not just travel on a budget, but also to share tips as well. Many of my fellow backpackers out there are comprised of women, and I want my travel blog to be a platform for them to share travel stories.
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