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Hi guys, I've got a couple of days in Kuala Lumpur before I head to Myanmar. Does anyone have any suggestions for things to do? I'll check out the Petronus Towers and probably go to the Batu Caves but apart from that there doesn't seem to be much to do here. Any suggestions? I'm into art, music and that kind of stuff. Suggestions for a nice place to have a drink would be appreciated as well. Thanks.

Stay abroad Japan or South Korea

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Sup /trv/, So, I would like to take a break from studying and I would love to go abroad for a while. To learn about other cultures and life style and even a new language if I can get the hang of the basics (I never really started it, even though I am doing well in learning languages) So countries that attract me are South Korea and Japan. No I am not an Otaku (interested in anime stuff) or interested in K-Pop. I would like to go travel to see the country of course, but I would also like to work or learn the language of the country. Does anyone have experience with these countries? Where would a foreigner be accepted? I don't speak the language (yet), so I can understand that employers are not waiting for foreigners. I am a hard worker though. Why would you pick Japan over South Korea or the other way around? Any other pros and cons and additional information? I would love to hear more. Places to go? Places to avoid? As for a place to stay, I might be able to stay at a friend.
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Hey /trv/ I'm currently getting my first university degree in Human Geography, and want to get a Masters afterwards in planning. urban design, etc. I want a job that lets me travel, and experience the places I go to. I'm not looking for a marketing/finance/whatever. I'm interested in urban environments and building them. Is there such a thing? Pic is me in Switzerland. Lived there for 3 years, I'll answer some questions about Switzerland as well.

Best European country for a student

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I'll be graduating from a US university with a BS next year, and I want to go to Europe for a MS and/or PhD. How do European countries and cities compare in terms of student life? I'm currently thinking about Scotland (pic related-U. of Edinburgh), France, Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands, but I'm definitely open to other suggestions. Obviously hoping for a place that has good public transport, inexpensive cost of living, interesting things to do, and is friendly to foreigners.
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Doing a short trip to Europe for the first time, (8 total night including flight there) am I biting off more than I can chew? Here's my current high-level agenda: 1. Land in Prague on Nov 22nd at 8pm, stay Sunday and Sunday night 2. Train to Vienna early on the 24t 3. Fly to Cologne early on the 26th 4. Train to Amsterdam early on the 27th, fly out at 11am on the 29th Should I consider a night train from Vienna to Cologne?
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I am travelling to Turkey solo during Jan 2-16. I am in graduate school and therefore poor. I have no itinerary or expectations. Wat do? Pic unrelated

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How much on average would it cost to move to a Scandinavian country (preferably Denmark) ? I am in college right now and have roughly one and a half more years to go before I am done with my degree. I am in the midwest and have very few things to actually move.
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I am planning a trip to Norway sometime next summer. I will fly into Oslo but after that my itinerary is not written in stone. What cities would you recommend visiting /trv/? Things to do and see? Also how hard is it to get to svalbard? Anything helps! General Norway thread.

Madrid spain

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My traveling partner and I are explorers at heart and find tour bus activities dull. This is a tourism train route, with highlighted sights. Anyone care to tell us what may be interesting on that map/ or even off of it? We will be staying in the heart of the city with some family, so our board is covered. We may go explore some bars in chueca (18 y/o), What is the identification we would need to carry on us if we get carded? US Drivers license/ or passport? *file too large to post* https://www.metromadrid.es/export/sites/metro/comun/documentos/planos/PlanoMetroTurInterior.pdf
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What would be some must-see breweries for a vacation planned entirely around brewery tours?
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Hey /trv/ I have a $300 American Airlines voucher I need to use/book by next week. Where could I go that would not be 1) expensive flight ticket, 2) expensive trip. I am from the east coast, and fluent in Spanish, if thats any help.

Amazing Travel Jobs?

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I've lately been thinking about how I'd love to travel part time as a job. I was curious to whether you guys had experience or heard of awesome jobs where you get to travel to international locations? This is obviously a pipe dream, but I'd love a job that has some of these qualities: +The job doesn't require much experience to get your foot in the door. I have a uni degree but my resume isn't exactly "Be a 6 Figure Hotel Tester" material. +Tons of downtime where I can go out and enjoy the country that I'm currently visiting +Solid salary +Get to stay in luxury accommodations or at least popular tourist attractions. +The traveling is only part time. Having a job where I constantly have to fly (like a flight attendant) would burn me out extremely quickly.
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I am moving to Ireland. Age 21. The problem is that i don't have any work experience so my CV is a blank page. I would like to arrive there, rent an house and work in a pub. Is that possible? What's the paperwork i need to have?Can you explain step by step how would my first monthe there look? Thank you
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Is it actually possible to get decent sleep on a plane? The few times I've been on a plane at night it seemed like an impossible task to stay asleep for more than 30 minutes at a time.
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Hi, me and a friend are thinking about going backpacking to Madagascar in Feb/March 2015. Does anybody know how much we can realistically expect to spend in 1 month if we eat local food and sleep in the cheapest accomodation possible? We definitely wanna go out to nature as much as possible - are guides in national parks very expensive? Any other things to note?
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America is pretty much dead to me. >Can't find decent work to save my life. >The scummiest culture of any 1st-world nation >Provides no basic amenities for its citizens >People are worked far beyond their golden years, and quite literally into death. What are my options here. Where else can I go?
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Anyone go on a tour of the DMZ/JSA from South Korea? Any particular tour companies you recommend or suggest to avoid?
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What is the cost of living in Iceland? What is the reception to tourists? What are the job opportunities like after the crash? What are the effects of midnight sun/the climate generally upon the psyche? Any Icelandic people here to advise on what it's like to live there? Really interested in Iceland general.
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