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10 Mistakes First Timers Make in Southeast Asia

By Emily / 7 August 2021

You’ve booked flights to Southeast Asia? Awesome! This is quite possibly the best idea of your life. You’re going to have an amazing time, but in order to be a savvy traveller, you need to avoid the most common mistakes that so many first-time visitors to Asia seem to make…

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Flight of the Gibbon in Chiang Mai - photo by: AnnP (CC BY 2.0)

How to Fly Like an Eagle: These are the Best Places for Ziplining in Southeast Asia!

By Emily / 25 December 2020

Want the rush of the wind in your hair, the exhilaration of flying and a big adrenaline hit? Go zip-lining! It’s a fun, safe activity where you get to see the scenery from a different viewpoint and race through the air at up to 100kms per hour!

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Ultimate guide to celebrating New Year’s Eve in Southeast Asia to help you find the best parties

By Emily / 16 November 2020

Although New Year’s Eve in Asia is actually in April, the locals still think that the Western New Year is a great excuse for a party and you’ll find plenty to do in each of the major cities on the Stray route. Plan your trip so that you end up in one of these party-places on […]

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Why I Chose Hop-On Hop-Off Travel to Explore South-East Asia

By Travel Mate (guest blogger) / 5 May 2019

One travel blogger’s confessions about why a hop-on hop-off tour makes for the most valuable travel experience. Tasha of Backpackers Wanderlust Stray’d with us on the Mekong Pass and told us what she really thinks…

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Should you travel South-East Asia in the low season? It was an amazing experience for me.

By Travel Mate (guest blogger) / 24 April 2018

Many backpackers choose to travel South-East Asia in the summer months (October to February) in order to take full advantage of the cooler climate. Also, to experience this region in all its lively and bustling glory. However, travelling in monsoon season aka low-season is amazing too!

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Punakha Dzong Monastery, one of the largest monestary in Asia, Punakha, Bhutan

Stray Days – Stories from the road. Straying with Clarke!

By Travel Mate (guest blogger) / 13 July 2017

Done straying in New Zealand? Where can you go next? Luckily the Stray Universe is an ever-expanding entity, so there are heaps of options. Check out this travel story from Clarke who decided to stray Asia after finishing his work & travel holiday in New Zealand.

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