A travel magazine called Travel+Leisure suggests 20 classic summer experiences that everyone should try once in their lifetime. This magazine describes places to travel to have new experiences, adventures, and interactions with the locals. It also describes such trips as journeys that bring many interesting emotions.
Backpacking in Southeast Asia is one of the suggestions. Bali (Indonesia), Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam are destinations that are popular among many tourists.
|Backpacking in Vietnam – Photo: Internet
Endless adventure awaits in Vietnam. For example, visitors can hop on a boat that departs from Hạ Long and cruise through Bai Tu Long Bay, home to some of the world’s most striking blue water and natural landscapes. During the full moon, you’ll be welcomed by the awe-inspiring sight of hundreds of lanterns floating down the Thu Bon River during the city’s monthly full moon festival.
|Hoi An at night – Photo: Internet
When visitors come here, they will have a true adventure with rich experiences such as cooking lessons, temple visits, and friendly tours featuring elephants.
|Backpackers visiting Vietnam for 2 weeks – Photo: Internet
According to Travel+Leisure, backpacking in Vietnam is very cheap and suitable for those who do not have a lot of money.
Food, hotel, and entertainment prices in Vietnam are much lower than in Western countries. Accordingly, the cost of a day in Vietnam costs less than USD 20, about VND 450,000.
|Cheap street food in Ca Mau – Photo: Internet
In addition to backpacking in Vietnam and some Southeast Asian countries, the travel magazine also suggests experiences to try for summer vacation such as enjoying a sweet life in Italy, living like 007 in Monaco, hiking to Machu Picchu, surfing in Nicaragua, tasting wine in the Napa Valley…
Travel + Leisure is a travel magazine based in New York City, New York. Initially published in 1937 as U.S. Camera and Travel, the magazine later assumed the name Travel + Leisure in 1971. Its World’s Best Awards, an annual reader survey rating airports, cities, cruise ships, hotels and islands have been announced every August since 1995. Votes added by the magazine’s readers are taken into consideration to recognize and give out the awards.