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Travelling to South East Asia for the first time?

WORLDWIDE | Monday, 17 February 2014 | Views [2784] | Comments [1]

It is the land of sun, the land of smiles, an adventure that will stay with you forever. Be it exploring ancient temples, sampling local cuisine or lazing on sandy beaches, South East Asia is an area of the world which truly can provide a whole range of experiences. This region also brings in a lot of international volunteers: people looking to do good through their travels.

If you're planning a trip check out this video, it includes tips and cultural pointers for anyone who about to visit South East Asia… so if that is you, check it out! You might even see World Nomads in there! This video offers handy advice to visitors to the region including how to dress, what to pack and what to avoid, in order to be more culturally and environmentally aware.

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Learning Service is an advocacy group aimed at helping responsible travelers make informed decisions and ethical choices in the places they visit. Their ‘Know Before You Go’ video series offers travelers and volunteers a set of tips and ideas to ensure their trip is both a memorable experience and has a positive impact on those around them. Watch all six videos at www.learningservice.info

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Tags: first time travel, south east asia, tips, travel, video

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Good tips, thanks. I want to add something that was a life saver on my last trip to Rome. I lost my passport during the day and had no idea it was missing. Fortunately, I had a tracer tag on it. A waiter where I ate lunch found it and entered my tracker number on the website. I was automatically sent a text message (and an email) with a pickup location before I ever even knew my passport was missing. Lucky for me, I was leaving in the morning for Germany and getting a new passport would have been impossible. Tags are available through mystufflostandfound.com That tag saved my trip from total disaster and I put them on my phone, laptop and almost everything that travels with me now.

  Bob Hobson Feb 20, 2014 1:53 AM

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