Orangutan Trekking: Bukit Lawang, Indonesia
Traveling Love Bug – Southeast Asia
by TravelingLoveBug
1y ago
Besides being a nature lover’s paradise, Bukit Lawang is the most magical little town buried deep into the Sumatran jungle. Getting to Bukit Lawang is not easy, especially if you are prone to motion sickness (LIKE ME), but it is incredibly worth it you want to see orangutans in their natural habitat. You can only see orangutans in SEAsia in 2 different places: Borneo & Sumatra. After much research, we decided on Sumatra, the less popular choice, and for that we were rewarded with a more authentic experience. GETTING TO BUKIT LAWANG: I pre-booked our travel arrangements into the S ..read more
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TOP 30 ASIA TRAVEL BLOG AWARD
Traveling Love Bug – Southeast Asia
by TravelingLoveBug
1y ago
THE TRAVELING LOVE BUG HAS BEEN AWARDED NUMBER 26 on “TOP 30 ASIA TRAVEL BLOGS” by FEEDSPOT, a content reader that allows you to view all of your favorite websites at once, while saving time. This list was curated by using search and social metrics. All bloggers included on this list were ranked based off of: Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites Quality and consistency of posts. Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review I am deeply humbled and honored to have been included in this comprehensive ..read more
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Southeast Asia Travel Route; AKA the Great Hotel Round Up
Traveling Love Bug – Southeast Asia
by TravelingLoveBug
1y ago
3 months, 23 cities, and 29 hotels. What a whirlwind. A crazy, beautiful whirlwind. As I sit here taking it all in and enjoying the Florida sunshine with my pup back on my lap, I can’t help but get lost in my memories. Sean and I have gotten many questions specifically around our travel route and where we stayed in Southeast Asia. The biggest question we’ve gotten is: “Is it really that cheap?” and the answer is a lot of YES and a bit of NO. It depends on what you want to do, how safe you want to feel while doing it, and where you want to stay. I will dive into each country individually i ..read more
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Looking Back: 2016, you were SO good to me!
Traveling Love Bug – Southeast Asia
by TravelingLoveBug
1y ago
Hello January 5, 2017! I never would have thought you’d arrive so quickly. It feels like just yesterday I was welcoming 2016, and looking forward to so much. Without a doubt, 2016 was the best year of my entire life.  As you will see in my prior posts, reflection has always played a huge part of my life. I feel the most gratitude when I slow down and take a second (multiple seconds) to realize how much I have to be thankful for, and how much I have accomplished. I did a lot this year: I married my best friend, I took a leap of faith, I traveled throughout Southeast Asia and Central Americ ..read more
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Singapore by Night
Traveling Love Bug – Southeast Asia
by TravelingLoveBug
1y ago
Well we made it to Malaysia! I am blogging to you from my bed looking out at the beautiful Kuala Lumpur skyline, and famous Petronas Twin Towers! Sean and I decided to take a coach bus from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. This journey at max should have taken 5-6.5 hours with traffic, two stops of immigration (leaving Singapore, and entering Malaysia), and one potty break. Prior to booking our tickets, we were told it should only take 5 1/2 to 6 hours, and boy were we in for a surprise! More to come on choosing the right bus for your long haul journey across Southeast Asia. Let me just tell you, yo ..read more
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