WHERE TO GO THIS 2018?

 

The more you travel, the more you realize there's so much of the world still to discover – and it’s thrilling to know that a new year is here with so much possibility to explore new places and and enjoy more experiences.

Here are some travel destinations you can add to your 2018 bucket list:

Fiji

Photo credit: @historymaker_rulebreaker

Photo credit: @historymaker_rulebreaker

It’s no secret that Fiji is home to some of the world’s most spectacular scenery — sun-drenched beaches, turquoise lagoons, swaying palm trees colorful reefs, and rugged coastlines covered in greenery. Fiji supplies all the classic images of a tropical paradise.

👍 Fun Fact

Fiji is a nation of many islands with about 333 islands, only 110 are inhabited.

Fiji is “visa-free” for Filipinos holding a Philippine passport.

Ko Pha Ngan, Thailand

Photocredits: @koh.phangan

Photocredits: @koh.phangan

Ko Pha Ngan is located in the Gulf of Thailand and is the premier backpacking destination in Southeast Asia. Although best known for the monthly full moon parties, which attract thousands of travellers from all over the globe, there is a lot more to stan Ko Pha Ngan than getting trashed and passing out in the powder-soft white sand.

👍Fun Fact

Ko Pha Ngan is ringed by over a dozen beaches some with fine white sand that squeaks between your toes and others with a more grainy, yellow sand.

NEPAL

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Nepal is a mecca for outdoorsy type travellers because of the country’s two famous treks – the Annapurna and the Everest Base Camp trek that offer up some of the best trekking opportunities in Asia. Nepal also offers a lot besides just hiking; from visiting wildlife in the country’s southern jungles to absorbing the chaotic pace of life in the capital city of Kathmandu, there is something for everyone in Nepal.

👍 Fun Fact

Nepal is such a great place for trekking, that you can even go trekking with kids.

PHONM PENH, CAMBODIA

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia is raw, wild, and untamed. Get lost and explore the jewel of South East Asia and fill your eyes with cultural treasures in the Royal Palace compound. There are also a number of beautiful temples (or wats) scattered around Phnom Penh, which are all worth seeing.

👍 Fun Fact

One of the most famous temples is Wat Phnom, where Phnom Penh was allegedly founded in 1422.

ROMBLON, PHILIPPINES

Photo credit: @akosiberto_

Photo credit: @akosiberto_

Located in MIMAROPA Region, the province of Romblon is composed of 3 main islands – namely Tablas, Sibuyan and Romblon Islands. Aside from being the Marble capital of the Philippines, Romblon Province beckons tourists with its own beauty – boasting from its numerous unspoiled dive sites, white sand island beaches and caves to the lovely people and its inland treasures of historical and religious significance.

👍 Fun Fact

Romblon Province is a cluster of 20 islands and islets, of 17 municipalities and 17 dialects.

 

VALLETA, MALTA

Photo credit: @tovogueorbus

Photo credit: @tovogueorbus

Soak up some culture and spend an amazing couple of days surrounded by history, amazing baroque architecture, ancient fortresses, breathtaking cathedrals and some very fascinating museums. Malta is also known in Britain as a sun and sea destination – with more than 300 sunny days a year and surrounded by clear blue waters, some of the cleanest in the Mediterranean, and is much enjoyed by visiting swimmers, snorkellers and divers.

👍 Fun Fact

Valletta, The Fortress City, Citta' Umilissima, "a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen" is Malta's capital city.