Any time is a good time to travel to China, but each season has its perks! Spring and fall are ideal times to experience China in mild weather, but consider that this peak time means crowds and higher prices. If you’re brave and like the cold, winter brings the historic Harbin Ice Festival — and cheaper flights. Check out the pros and cons of visiting China in each season, and figure out which works the best for you!
It’s confirmed: backpacking is the best way to travel without breaking the bank. And what’s better than backpacking through one country? Try six! Many countries in Southeast Asia have become top backpacker destinations — the affordability and variety of activities our bloggers experienced proves why!
Are you a young adventure-seeker looking to travel the world? Why not start with China? There is so much the country has to offer young people, from the exciting nightlife to the world-class universities where you can become fluet in Mandarin! Check out these top 5 cities for students and young people in China and choose one that’s best for you!
Have you ever found yourself sitting in a lecture wondering if you’re actually learning something valuable? The classes, the workload and the dorm life can get dull. If you’re looking for a different experience, one that will keep you learning and growing outside of a classroom, consider a gap year! What better way to learn about culture, history, language and even independence than by traveling for a year? Here is a list of top gap year destinations to consider for your next adventure.
Aging isn’t fun, but traveling without a strict budget is. Your college days and college budget are behind you, but StudentUniverse still offers discount flights to youth under the age of 26. If you’re looking to spend that new post grad income and vacation days in an exciting way, read on to see the top places to visit before you’re 30.
Your Instagram posts will never be better than while traveling in Japan. Your followers won’t hesitate in double-tapping those posts when you share some of the best scenery that Japan has to offer. Don’t forget to tag us in your posts on Instagram. We’ll regram you and put your travel photography on the map!
We get it, you’re young and love to travel but you’re not a millionaire. If you’re hungry for travel, looking for places you can explore for a total bargain, look no further. These locations from around the world are our top picks for cheapest places to travel as a 20-something. It has never been this easy (or cheap) to see the world!