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Dec 12

What is the currency used in Italy? Here’s everything you need to know about money in Italy!

By Alice Ross | EUROPE

No matter what you are looking for, you can find it in Italy. From sightseeing to culture, cities, cuisine, and countryside, this country has it all. Enjoy the country’s rich culture and history or get dragged along by the frantic and multicultural pace of the pulsating cities. But in any travel, money always involved, and for every traveler, knowing their destination’s currency is important for a stress-free travel. So, if you want to know the currency used in Italy, along with other important things you need to know during your trip, this article will help you.

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Dec 09

Where to Stay In Puerto Vallarta? Let’s Narrow Down The Options For You!


The second-biggest beach resort ofMexico, Puerto Vallarta, lies in the center of the Bahía de Banderas Bay. Most of the accommodation establishments in Puerto Vallarta are located in Nuevo Vallarta, a heavily tourist-oriented part of the coast. The southern part of Nuevo Vallarta is the recently built marina where the wealthy and famous personalities who have picked Puerto Vallarta as their vacation location keep their yachts or sailboats.

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Dec 07

6 Amazing Things to Do In Luxembourg to Make the Most of Your Trip


Luxembourg is one of the most captivating tourist destinations for people who are into old world charm integral in stonework and their opulent social heritage. The attractions in Old City will leave you fascinated as soon as you set your foot in Luxembourg. Today, this small country that is surrounded byGermany, France, and Belgium has turned to be one of Europe’s administrative and banking centers, with abundant EU institutions located within the city. 

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Dec 05

What Is Best Way To See Alaska? Find Out Here!


If you’re a frequent traveler, you know how planning makes everything easier. This is particularly true when you are planning to travel to Alaska. The amount of research you do earlier can lead to a huge difference in terms of experience and budget. Alaska might not be the first destination the come to mind when talking about North America, however, going to this American state would be an incredible experience. In this article, let us guide you on your trip in order to learn the best way to see Alaska.

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Nov 30

Where to Stay In Washington DC? Here Are Good Options


Overflowing with an interesting history, the United States’ capital Washington DC has developed as an intricate and layered city throughout the last few centuries. As the capital city of one of the most powerful nations on the planet, Washington DC acts as a hub for business moguls, bureaucrats, students, travelers, and many other organizations and specialists. Every year, the number of tourists visiting the city is getting higher and higher. The countless attractions and remarkable city life fascinate both local and foreign tourists.

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Nov 28

Six Spectacular Rooftop Bars In Bangkok With No Dress Code

By Alice Ross | ASIA

Your Bangkok trip isn’t complete without enjoying its nightlife. Booming with a crowd of partygoers who flock to live performance bars, Bangkok is at its best at night. There are streets in Bangkok that may be modest during the day. Don’t fool yourself, though. With clubs huddled in entertainment streets and a various combination of the crowd during the night, nightlife Bangkok nightlife is something you shouldn’t miss as a tourist.

If you’re into bar-hopping, you can easily walk around and visit neighboring pubs or get in a taxi going to bigger detached clubs and listen to live music. Most of the bars and hang out spots in the City of Angels close at around 2 in the morning. However, if your night is still not done it is not hard to find a place that will accommodate you. Most of these spots are found on Sukhumvit Road.

However, what is better than sipping on a cocktail on a roof of a spectacular building, walled by wonderful views. Bangkok offers a lot of rooftop bars, but if you are looking for a rooftop bar Bangkok no dress code, don’t worry as not all rooftop bars in this city are fancy and require you to wear smart-casual attire. Here are some of them:

1. Octagon Bar

Address: Pleonchit Road, Phloen Chit Rd, Chidlom , Lumpini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330, ThailandBusiness

Hours: 5PM–12AM

Phone: +66 88 842 4044

While Octagon Bar is conveniently located within the yards of the Chit-Lom BTS station on Ploen Chit Road, Mercury Ville’s this rooftop bar offers a bit more than just a nice view, a tactical location, and interesting lighting together with its namesake 8-sided geometrically shaped hang out spot.The decoration and atmosphere may impress you will surely impress you.

This bar and restaurant serves both Thai and Western cuisine and drinks which include imported draught beers, a variety of cocktails and wines. They also serve different blended coffee and different house-made beverage.

2. Wanderlust Rooftop

Address: Thong Lo 13 Alley, Khwaeng Khlong Tan Nuea, Khet Watthana, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand

Business Hours: 6PM–2AM

Phone: +66 88 696 9445

You’d hardly assume to find this small sanctuary on a hotel’s rooftop and a Japanese restaurant. It’s only reachable through some back alley staircases located in a parking lot. You will know you have found the right place the moment you see a chalkboard stand saying “Wanderlust, 5th floor” doodled in graffiti script. Going to the fifth floor and up another flight of roof stair, you are met with music, colorful fairy lights and comfortable-looking deck chairs and cushioned benches.

This spot looks like a mystery until you learn a bit of its background. The settings are distinctively Western, even the design of the website. However, some other things, such as the phrasing of specific items on the menu, mark the owner as a non-native English speaker. The fact is that Wanderlust was started by a group of Western and Thai group of friends, who desired to build a comfortable hangout place targeting both foreign and locals to enjoy some good time together.

3. Jham Jun Bar and Bistro

Address: 9, Fortville Guesthouse (Rooftop), 5th Floor, Phrasumeru Road, Chana Songkhram, Khet Phra Nakhon, 10200, Thailand

Business Hours: 6PM–1AM

Phone: +66 2 282 3932

Another place to hang out with friends if you are looking for relaxing setting and enjoy fine drinks and meal with affordable price is Jham Jun Bar & Bistro. This is a great place to go if you are looking for some cool spot around Bang Lam Phu and Khao San Road.

This rooftop bar in Bangkok with no dress code is located on Fortville Guesthouse’s top floor. This is a small guesthouse close to Phra Sumen Fortress, which serves Thai as well as Fusion food with great range of drinks and cocktails to choose. Even though this place is not as high as other rooftop bars in Bangkok, you will enjoy the friendly atmosphere and relaxing vibe it offers. Enjoy your meal, a great bottle of beer, feel the calm gust from the river, and have fun time with friend – can you think anything better than this?

4. Bar9 at Novotel Platinum

Address: 9th Floor Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam, 220 Petchaburi Road, Petchburi Road, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400, Thailand

Hours: Open today · 8AM–1AM

Phone: +66 2 209 1700

Whether you are looking for an afternoon getaway, a hidden sundowner gem, or evening chill out spot, Bar9 at Novotel Platinum is the place to go if you want to enjoy Bangkok skyline without dealing with dress code requirements. Delicious drinks and snacks accessible to order, all set for you to kick back and wind down at your holiday.

This hidden spot is located right on the 9th floor of Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam. Now linked by the Bangkok Skyline, it is time for you to determine the best rooftop bar in the city for amazing views of the sunset of the city! Delight in a comfy spot to spend time with your friends and luxuriate in a wide collection of signature mixes, wine, and beer from the bar or get an assortment of tapas-style meals and heartier price.

5. 342 Bar - Baan Wanglang

Address: 342 Soi Wat Rakang, Arunamarin Road, Siriraj Bangkoknoi Bangkok 10700, Thailand

Business Hours: 4PM–12MN

Phone: +66 2 412 7234

If the splendor of daybreak that reflects the Wat Arun Temple is still not enough, then 342 Bar offers remarkable views of most sacred Buddhist temples in the country, the Wat Phra Kaew. The Wat Phra Kaew is a maybe the strongest symbol of Thai society, which reflects both the religious and political philosophy, and as it’s on the grounds of the Grand Palace; its construction alone is a spectacle of the brilliance of Thai culture.

342 Bar is a great excuse for you cross the Chao Phraya River to the Thonburi side, which presents some wonderful views throughout the water from its appealing indoor and outdoor terrace. Positioned on charming Baan Wanglang Hotel’s fifth level, you can easily access this place by getting on a river ferry going to Wang Lang Pier, located not too far from the Grand Palace on its opposite side.

6. The Roof Gastro

Address: Siam@Siam Design Hotel, 25th floor, 865 Rama 1 Road, Wang Mai, Patumwan, Bangkok 10330

Hours: Closing soon · 6–11PM

Phone: +66 2 217 3000

The Roof Gastro is well-located on the rooftop of Siam@Siam Design Hotel Bangkok. You can choose to settle at either at the lower covered ground floor or the uncovered rooftop. Each single rooftop bar or restaurant in Bangkok offers a unique viewing experience depending on where they are standing. For The Roof Gastro, the view focuses more on the National Stadium and the neighboring area.

While enjoying your drink, you will also enjoy the excellent views of the city lights all over the area. The menu is international; a lot of pasta, seafood, and meat to select from, and the gastro restaurant's big attraction are its volcanic stones cooking arrangement, while the dishes are being cooked on stone grills that can keep heat for 20 minutes, letting diners to cook at their tables too.

So, as you might already know, you’ll be spoiled with options when it comes to rooftop dining. There are at least more than a dozen rooftop restaurants in Bangkok, and luckily, you can find a rooftop bar in Bangkok with no dress code.

Do you know any other bars in Bangkok that don’t require a dress code? Let us know in the comment below so we can add it to this list!

Nov 25

What Is The Best Time To Travel To Australia? You’ll Be Surprised to Know!

By Alice Ross | OCEANIA

Australia has a mild climate, and some parts of the continents are good to visit any time of the year. When the northern hemisphere is experiencing winters, Australia enjoys summertime. Different from the northern hemisphere, the farther south you move in Australia, the colder the weather gets. The best time to travel to Australia is during the winter season. In many parts of the country, such as Top End, Red Centre, and Queensland, the best time to go would be from the month of April to the month of September.

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Nov 23

Four Easy Destinations for Day Trips from Florence


We can easily count on the fingers of one hand the locations in the world that will remind you both beauty and romance, one of which is Florence, located in the Italian region, Tuscany. It’s believed that almost 400,000 residents are living in the city. Florence is burrowed brilliantly upon the River Amo. The city is filled with remarkable history, wonderful architecture, and artistic magnificence, which means day trips from Florence, is one of the best in the world.

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Nov 21

Want To Know What The Drinking Age In Spain Is? This Article Will Reveal It to You!

By Alice Ross | EUROPE

Food and drink have a big role in Spanish culture. If you’re lucky enough to visit Spain, you will undoubtedly delight in the alcohol the country has to offer. However, just like most fun things in the world, there are specific rules and laws to drinking in Spain which you have to follow if you want to be a respectable visitor to the country. One of the important facts you need to know is the drinking age in Spain.

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