Northern Asia

A massive area of land that is largely undiscovered by tourists, Northern Asia offers travellers countless opportunities for trekking, exploring history and tasting strange foods. In many parts of this vast land, nomads still wander from place to place, much like us digital nomads, but in a much simpler and more pure form.

North Asia Travel

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Cost Of Living in Japan: The Ultimate Guide For Digital Nomads

Japan is at the top of a lot of lists when it comes to livability. The charming culture, high level of safety, and, of course, the mouth-watering food on offer makes it a fantastic place to live. But, regardless of the great reasons to move here, people often assume that the cost of living in ...

Teach English in Japan: A Guide To Finding Jobs

Teaching English in Japan is an incredible way to delve deeper into the country, while making good money and having memorable experiences. There’s a wide variety of ways that you can teach English in Japan, with the easiest being through the various organizations and programs that recruit people for English teaching jobs.  Trying to figure ...
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21 Best Things To Do in Hong Kong

Perhaps nowhere in the world do you get a better sense of East meets West than Hong Kong. People go to work in towering modern skyscrapers, and many residents speak perfect English. Of course, you’ll also find locals chowing down on classic Cantonese food under the glow of red lanterns.  The former British colony and ...
living in japan as a digital nomad a travel guide

Living in Japan: A Guide For Digital Nomads

Japan is a wonderland. Food, culture, nature, history — there’s nothing that this mystical archipelago doesn’t do well. Living in Japan as a digital nomad is going to put all that within easy reach of you at any time. Begin your day with a walk to your local Shinto shrine, head to a slick co-working ...
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Things To Do in Kyoto: A 5 Day Travel Guide

No matter how “offtrack” a traveller you consider yourself to be, there are some places in the world that simply need to be seen — regardless of how touristy they are. Kyoto is one of those places. Our visit had us overwhelmed by tourists, yet blown away by the amazing things to do in Kyoto ...

A Travel Guide to Experiencing the Tibetan Monlam Festival in China

For four days every winter, Labrang Monastery in China’s Gansu province plays host to a breathtaking festival on an epic scale, a riot of color, music, and even smell, all wrapped in deep spirituality and centuries-old tradition. The largest Tibetan Buddhist monastery outside the Tibetan Autonomous Region, Labrang draws thousands of pilgrims who have come ...