I've been to Taipei twice and this itinerary is specifically made for and by yours truly. It's targeted more for those who want to see more of the culture with a limited amount of time rather than taking the time to integrate themselves into the culture of Taiwan.
In my previous post regarding Prepping for my First Solo Travel, I talked about my worries and my nervousness. This time, I’ll be talking more about the preparations I’ve made, itinerary-wise and other pre-travel concerns.
Recently, I’ve gone to Malaysia on a surprise flight planned by my special someone. Now, we didn’t have an itinerary (since I make the itineraries and I wasn’t aware of the flight) so we made one on the night we arrived in Kuala Lumpur. Since we planned on staying in KL for 4 days, minus a Lego Land trip, I googled the best tourist attractions there is. The itinerary you’re about to see isn’t the itinerary we followed. I had tweaked it so it was more efficient and cost-effective. Definitely the Best Itinerary you could hope for!
We stayed in Japan for 5 days and stayed in Tokyo. Honestly, I would have liked to stay longer. Here is our Tokyo Japan Itinerary for your use!
Last 2014, I had spent more than a week enjoying the sights and sounds and taste, definitely taste, of Singapore! It was crazy for spending such a long time away for one destination, but it was totally worth the trip.
A custom itinerary makes everything so so so much easier during your trip and lets you maximize your time and money. This fulfilling activity makes you fully in control of how you travel. You get to decide where you’ll go, when you’ll do it, how much you’ll spend, and the time spent wherever. Having a complete itinerary lessens the hassle of getting lost, floundering in an unfamiliar place, and wasting time trying to decide where to go next. Don’t get me wrong, I like spontaneous adventures as much as my RPG characters online, but I don’t like wasting my time just trying to decide among other people (or among the voices in my head) what I’m supposed to do in a middle of a trip.