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The Naka Island, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Phuket, Ko Naka, Thailand, 5 star hotel

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32 Moo 5 Tambol Paklok Amphur Thalang Naka Yai Island, 83110 Ko Naka, Thailand
Description: Located in Ko Naka, 25.7 km from Patong Beach, The Naka Island, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Phuket features a year-round outdoor pool and sauna. The resort has a sun terrace and a private beach area, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant.
There is free shuttle service and gift shop at the property.
A flat-screen TV with satellite channels and DVD player, as well as an iPod docking station are provided. Some units feature a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. Each room includes a private bathroom. Extras include bathrobes and slippers.
This resort has water sports facilities and free use of bicycles is available. Guests can enjoy various activities in the area, including windsurfing and biking. Phi Phi Don is 49.9 km from The Naka Island, and Ao Nang Beach is 40.2 km from the property. Phuket Airport is 17.7 km away.

The Naka Island, A Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Phuket, Ko Naka, Thailand, 5-star hotel
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Everything! the free bikes(even though they are quite rusty and easy to break but definitely a great daily transportation in the resort)
the free kayaks and pedal boards
the incredible villas and bars
the activities
the beach on the other side of the island!
From the second you are met at the marina and get on the speed boat the level of customer service is incredible. Every staff member you see smiles and warmly greets you and no request is too big or too small. My wife is 7 months pregnant and everyone was so helpful and charming – it was a babymoon to remember!
The food at the hotel is excellent, the choice of breakfast is fantastic and caters to every taste. The main restaurant offers delicious authentic thai or western food at lunch or dinner (we mainly stuck to thai) – Joe the restaurant manager looked after us so well and reserved us a table every evening
– thanks Joe! The steak we had for dinner at My Grill was on of the best I have ever had!
The spa is really big and the couples massage is a definite must.
To our surprise/delight we were also upgraded to a Tropical Pool Villa – which made the stay unforgettable and again just another example of how the hotel aim to delight and surprise you!
We travel a lot and have stayed in 5 star hotels all over the world but this place is special and we will definitely be back!
the mosquitoes!! they are not afraid of the sprays
the town! even though the town may have cheaper dining options, but 20 mosquitoes will cling on ur thighs the second you get there
services like booking trips and activities are more expensive in the resort
The only negative was having to leave!

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#99. All-Inclusive Cost of Living in Mexico + Apartment Tour

We are finally moving in to our long-term apartment in Guadalajara. WE’RE SO EXCITED! Today, we are taking you on an tour of our new place in addition to giving you an all-inclusive cost of living in Mexico analysis.

Topics we cover in our cost of living in Mexico:
-Mexican car insurance
-Taking a car to Mexico (Temporary Vehicle Import Permit)
-The cost of rent in Mexico (How much is Airbnb throughout Mexico + our new monthly rent)
-The cost of a tourist visa for Mexico
-Is the water in Mexico safe to drink? (and what we drink)
-Cost of Ubers in Mexico per month
-Average cost of gas per liter and gallon
-How much is food in Mexico (from grocery stores and in restaurants)
-What we pay for our phone plans in Mexico (what type of phone plan we use)


Before coming to this country, we were very curious is Mexico cheap. We wanted to wait until living in Mexico for at least three months before giving you this all inclusive cost of living in Mexico list. Being here for 90 days has given us a better idea about the average cost of certain things in various Mexican cities. If you’re also wondering is Mexico affordable, hopefully we answer all your questions by the end of the video.

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Bhubaneswar Street Food Tour | Odisha Food Walks I Indian Street Food

Also known as a city of temples, Bhubaneswar is the capital of Odisha. Delhi Food Walks went on a food explorations in Bhubaneswar with the local food groups.

We visited following places

Anant Vasudeva Temple, Old Town, Bhubaneshwar
Odisha Hotel, Chandrasekharpur
Arjun Tea Stall, Jayadev Vihar, Bhubaneshwar
Alka Jena –
Lingaraaj Lassi, Shahid Nagar
Mayaraam Chaat, Shahid Nagar
Nimapada Sweets, Bapuji Nagar
Sri Ram Tiffin Centre, Ram Mandir
Rabi Mousa, Unit 6, Ganga Nagar
Cha Biscuit, Near Science Park, Bhoi Nagar

About Anubhav Sapra;

Anubhav Sapra is an avid foodie! He is a Founder but proudly calls himself a Foodie-in-chief at Delhi Food Walks. He is also a street-food and Indian regional cuisine connoisseur and loves to write about street-food.

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I just got home from the most amazing, beautiful and epic trip to Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

This trip was all about relaxation & exploration so I didn’t film much. But, here are a few clips of where we went, what we ate & things we saw.

My absolute favourite activity was seeing the Mayan Ruins.

Some other must do’s:
-We did a cenote tour at Casa Tortuga which was awesome (However if you’re looking for something a little more low key I would not recommend a tour, because we really couldn’t take our camera or phones along.
-Rent bikes and ride around downtown Tulum.
-Hotel Azulik is a must see, the most beautiful treehouse resort, but drinks and food were EXPENSIVE. Go get a picture and dip out lol.
-Walk or bike up and down the hotel zone strip to shop, but mostly eat and drink!

My favourite restaurants for good vegan food were:
-Burrito Amor
-Raw Love
-Charly’s Vegan Tacos


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Jacky’s Pani Puri Stall | Curly Tales

Curly Tales is bringing together Mumbai’s best, iconic & quirkiest pani puri under one roof! Head to Hungry JD’s stall and indulge in mangolicious pani-puri.

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Bangkok Soi Arab Street Nightlife 2018

Soi Arab is a famous street in Bangkok. It is a center for Middle Eastern visitors and expatriates, with numerous Arabic restaurants and shops. The official name of the street is Sukhumvit Soi 3/1, located in north Nana between Sukhumvit Soi 3 and Sukhumvit Soi 5, not far from the Nana Plaza nightlife area and the Grace Hotel popular among Arabs. Several restaurants in the area offer outdoors water pipe smoking, and shops offer expensive agarwood for sale.

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Incredible Luxury Pool In Bali

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Today’s vlog features the entire crew splitting up to do a variety of activities, from Josh and Kenzo trying to get scenic sunset drone videos, to the team trying to get power running at our villa, to Alexey and Mindy spending an awesome day at Ayana Resort in Jimbaran, which just so happens to have the most Instagrammable pool ever.

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Japanese Street Food – INSANE $500 Sushi In Tokyo + HUGE Street Food Tour of Tokyo, Japan

Japanese Street Food in Tokyo, Japan, is some of the BEST Street Food in the world. Today, we’re going for a FULL-ON street food tour to try the best street food in Tokyo, Japan!

Today, I’m (The Food Ranger, Trevor James) bringing you in DEEP to some amazing street foods in Tokyo, Japan, starting out in the morning at the Tsukiji fish market to try some delicious street food and INSANE Sashimi! You can find everything in this market, from fresh Japanese seafood like sliced raw tuna, scallops, king crab, and more. This is the best place to stop if you want to try delicious Tokyo Street Food!

We’re starting out with our first Japanese street food by trying a nice Uni Ikura Don also known as sea urchin and salmon roe bowl. This is the perfect street food to try in Japan in the morning for breakfast! You can also eat amazing fresh sashimi in this sushi restaurant, but I preferred the bowl of salmon roe and sea urchin.

After this, we found the most INSANE Sashimi stall, serving up fresh tuna sashimi by the cube, sliced right in front of you! It doesn’t get any better than this! It is served to you with a little soy and wasabi, absolutely perfect!

After the amazing tuna sashimi, we went deeper into the Tsukiji market to find some other Japanese street food, and found a stall selling more raw Japanese seafood, and decided to try the raw scallops. They were super tasty!

After this we found a stall selling a dish known as Kuromon don, a rich beef offal stew over top of rice and topped with green onions. It was very delicious and super fun to enjoy right on the street! You just pull up a chair and sit down on the counter and watch them scoop up this delicious Japanese street food right before your eyes!

After this, we went for a famous bowl of ramen noodles in Japan, at Ichiran ramen. It is a Tonkatsu style broth, so quite creamy and rich, and the best part is how you can customize it exactly how you want it, with different levels of spiciness and richness, all from a machine!

After this amazing ramen, we went for a once in a lifetime Sushi experience at Nishi-azabu Kamikura. It wasn’t cheap, but it was an amazing experience that you will always remember. The master chef cuts each piece of raw fish for you and creates Sushi for you individually and serves it to you by hand. It’s unforgettable and you can taste new flavours and textures with each piece.

Here are the addresses for the restaurants we ate at in this Japanese street food video:

1) Sea Urchin and Salmon Roe Bowl:
Restaurant name: Tsukiji Itadori Uogashi Senryo
Address: 4-10-14 Tsukiji, Chuo 104-0045, Tokyo

2) Amazing Sashimi Stall at the Tsukiji fish market:
Stall name: Tsukiji Itadori Uogashi Senryo

3) Delicious Raw Scallops:
Found inside the Tsujiji Fish market in Tokyo, Japan

4) Delicious Beef Offal Stew:
Restaurant name: Kitsuneya
Address: 4-9-12 Chuo-ku, Tokyo

5) Tasty bowl of Tonkatsu Ramen:
Restaurant name: Ichiran Shibuya
Address: 1 Chome-22-7 Jinnan, Shibuya, Tokyo

6) Once in a lifetime Sushi and Sashimi experience:
Restaurant name: Nishi-azabu Kamikura
Address: 4-2-9 Nishi Azabu | Seasons Nishiazabu, Minato 106-0031, Tokyo

Even after eating all of these amazing street foods in Tokyo, there is so many more things to eat! You will definitely have to travel here to try them all!

My name is Trevor James and I’m a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that’s currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious .

I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I’m going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I’m going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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The Ultimate Travel Guide Japan

Japan: The Ultimate Travel Guide by gives you all the info you need to explore the land of the rising sun. Learn some basics about the country, including what you have to do & see once you arrive, when it’s best to travel and which food & drinks you definitely need to enjoy throughout your journey.
Japan remains one of the most intensely fascinating places in the world, effortlessly intertwining modernity and tradition. Seek serenity in Kyoto by visiting one of thousands of temples spread throughout this former capital, or go skiing in Niseko or summit Mt. Fuji. Of course you can also kick back in one of the country’s many hot springs, where the rich mountain minerals will leave your skin feeling brand new. Once you’ve achieved maximum relaxation, hit up Tokyo’s bustling night life or go hiking in Kamakura.

What Japan lacks in square footage it makes up for in endless options for your itinerary. In this case, size definitely doesn’t matter! Consider booking a tour that allows you to see all of the country’s unique highlights, without missing the subtleties you can enjoy as a backpacker:

Remember to pack clothes appropriate for the region you’re visiting, and if you’re planning on travelling from the North to the South outside of summer months, make sure you bring everything from flip-flops to snow boots.

Japan’s currency is the Japanese Yen. Credit card and debit transactions aren’t common, so be sure to bring plenty of cash with you no matter where you travel within the country. Dining out doesn’t have to be expensive if you visit the right restaurants, and you can often enjoy a pre-fix menu for lunch for a very reasonable cost. Be sure to sample the Japanese whiskeys, as Japan is an expert whiskey distiller!

— About Japan —

With a population of nearly 130 million, this island nation is resides in the Pacific Ocean and has everything from dense cities to mountainous national parks. You’ll discover that there’s countless reasons to move Japan up to the #1 spot on your bucket list. Sixty-six percent of the country is covered by trees and the Japanese enjoy the highest life expectancy in the world at 83.7 years.

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