Travel Tips & Guide to Southeast Asia – 8 Months of Backpacking Experience

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Here are a ton of tips to traveling Southeast Asia. I will be returning to Asia again this year so make sure to subscribe!
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My Essential Equipment:
Canon G7X (Vlog Camera)
Panasonic GH4 (Cinematic Camera)
GH4 lens 14-140mm (Best Zoom Range)
Phantom 3 Standard (Drone)
Gear Bag (Drone/Camera/Laptop Backpack)
GoPro Hero 4 Silver (old vlogging camera)

Often Used Extras:
External Hard Drive (2TB for lots of files)
Canon and Panasonic Memory Card
Portrait Lens for GH4
Hero 4 Black (more powerful GoPro)
GorillaPod (tripod for GH4 & G7X)
Backpackers Backpack (Amazing Bag)

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  1. kedar brahmbhatt
    kedar brahmbhatt says:

    Is it mandatory to provide hotel booking details at the time of visa on arrival process in Thailand,

    I do not like to travel fixing the places, as i really want to explore the places on my own.

    Your reply/answer will be really helpful.

  2. only1andrews
    only1andrews says:

    DOES NO one see … that this guy don't love this girl.. she cuddles him and he's leaning away and pushes her hand off.. and constantly butting her out .. completely disrespects her.. dude sort your life out.. your the most zombie boring person as f**k.. she is lively and well out your league.. learn to love her right or leave her be

  3. James Berigan
    James Berigan says:

    Really terrific video! I greatly appreciate all the helpful tips. Since you both seemed open to meeting different kinds of people, I want to ask you about older travelers in SE Asia. I am planning to solo travel there and possibly work in Vietnam, but most of the videos I've seen are made by younger folks. I'll be 50ish when I go. I'm wondering if you had much experience encountering or witnessing “empty nesters” who still wanted to do more of the backpack experience rather than the 5 star hotel scene. I'd appreciate any insight. Thanks!

  4. Scott Simon
    Scott Simon says:

    Good travel advice. Regarding avoiding getting your bank acct hacked try to use only ATMs in the banks & avoid the ones on the street. Also don't check your bank account online where there is unsecured wi-fi. The one way you can avoid ATM fees is if your bank has branches overseas (like Citibank which has branches in Bankok & cities all over the world).

  5. Robbie Backpacking
    Robbie Backpacking says:

    Totally agree about under-packing, good tip! Also I wish I had known about sim cards sooner, they save you so much money.

  6. Brannigan Farnsworth
    Brannigan Farnsworth says:

    If you don't have a scooter license in your own country your travel insurance won't cover you in the event of an injury

  7. Paulina Tadel
    Paulina Tadel says:

    hi ! first of all i just wanna say Thank You for all Your movies. You are my inspiration Guys. My husband and I will back to Asia again but we are wondering what next . We visted in january Philippines and last year Thailand . we really love it . What would You recommend for us on our next trip. we like beaches snorkeling and a bit of adventures. I am considering Indonesia or Malaysia. but beaches in malaysia are not same beautifull as in Phillippines . do You think Guys i we would come back to Thailand but to others places is a good idea or is better to go somewhere else ? thank You

  8. Hello Ms. Sammi
    Hello Ms. Sammi says:

    Awesome video! Thanks for the tips, super informative. I'm doing Thailand soon for a month and a half so this is super helpful. Keep up the great work!

  9. demetry13
    demetry13 says:

    I've been watching your videos for a few weeks now. And what i've noticed is back in these videos you have less means to travel, so your tips are more useful. And later it's more about fancy hotels and free stuff you get. So it's very hard to relate to your newer videos. So I find myself knees deep in your older videos roughing it with you. But your newer ones I can't really compete with since I'm just starting to travel and blog. But you frequently inspire me to work hard to get to the level you are at in your later videos. And I will always keep watching. You've got a dedicated viewer in me.

  10. Jonathan Ceniceros Ortiz
    Jonathan Ceniceros Ortiz says:

    Thanks for the travel tips
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  11. Albert F
    Albert F says:

    Yo peeps, I'm going to SE asia tomorrow. Just wondering are the knock off nike's actually durable? I'd be using them for hiking and such whilst over there. Cheers!

  12. Adrianne Magill
    Adrianne Magill says:

    Internet banking guys – multiple accounts therefore multiple cards so if one is lost or broke (or all) at least you can still access your money and transfer to a friend etc.


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