So you’re in Kon Tum with a bit of time to burn, but you’re not interested in throw-backs to the French period, nor another deserted battlefield that was picked clear by scavengers a decade ago. That’s good, because Kon Tum offers some of the least-known but possibly most rewarding trekking in Vietnam. You can read the full story here.
Everyone knows about Da Lat, but far fewer travellers get out to Kon Tum — the northern-most province of Vietnam’s Central Highlands. The good news is, if you’re heading there, we’ve just added our coverage — you can read all about Kon Tum here.
So you’ve done the math twenty times but you’re still a few hundred dollars short in the budget department. Here’s ten ways to save money — US$1,400 to be exact — while travelling in Southeast Asia. Just think how much more you could do, see and experience with that extra $1,400! Read on to find out our ten tips for saving some cashola — both before you leave and once you’re on the road. There’s another five extra points in there just for kicks. Ten ways to save money while travelling.