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Open the Doors to Asia

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Myths About Travelling To Asia You Should Never Believe | Asian Date

Myths About Travelling To Asia You Should Never Believe

Everyone may agree with the statement saying that Asia is probably one of the most magical places you can visit. A lot of travellers go in and out of the continent every year, bringing home with them fantastic memories, picture-perfect moments captured on camera and unforgettable experiences that have changed their perspective on life. However, even though travelling to Asia sounds like a wonderful adventure, there are those that still buy into myths that are stopping them from planning a visit.

Myths About Travelling To Asia Debunked

You’ve probably been putting your trip off because you believe common myths about travelling to Asia on this list are true:

Asia is a dangerous place to visit.

If Asia was dangerous, you wouldn’t hear about several travellers’ amazing experiences through their personal websites or their social media accounts. You also probably wouldn’t see several pictures online about some of the most breath-taking Asian views. Besides, if a particular Asian country was dangerous, in the middle of war, or something to that effect, you can be sure that your local travel authorities would let you know.

Travelling to Asia can break your bank.

Who, in the world, says that going to Asia can break your bank? It could if you choose to be in first class all the way, but there are several options you can choose from – low-budget to mid-budget trip options. How do you think a lot of travel bloggers went to Asia? It’s not because they were treated to first class accommodation, that’s for sure. They did it backpacking. Some foods and accommodations can fit your budget. Just stay away from major hotels.

You need to learn the language first.

It’s true that there are certain countries that require a traveller or an immigrant worker to learn the language, first, before they can visit. But, there is no such requirement when you visit Asia. Maybe if you are planning to work in Japan or Korea, a company may need you to learn the basics of their native language, but travellers don’t have to take a class or undergo language training of any sort.

So, those are the most common myths about Asia that may be stopping you from planning a trip. Now that you know they aren’t true, is there anything else that’s hindering you from paying Asia a visit? For more travel tips, you can check out more posts from the blog. You can also visit AsianDate to meet lovely ladies who may be interested in being your guide to Asia.

Online Dating Techniques For The Newly Single | Asian Date

Online Dating Techniques For The Newly Single

Are you recently single? If your answer is yes, you probably haven’t fully recovered from your break up yet. Don’t worry, though, because you’ll get to a point where you can focus all your energy on yourself and on more positive things in life. Right now, you’re probably still hurting, and that is ok. But, there is a way for you to speed your recovery up, and that is by learning different online dating techniques that can help you get back into the dating scene.

The Easiest Online Dating Techniques You’ll Learn

Of course, only you can tell if you’re ready to date again, but if you are, the following online dating techniques will help you find your dream date:

1. Sign Up To Both Dating Apps And Dating Sites

There are so many dating platform options in the market that many first-time online daters get overwhelmed just from picking a platform that’s right for them.

A good technique would be to NOT limit yourself to just one kind of platform. Sign up to both dating apps and datings sites so you can cast a wider net.

TIP: Choose the dating site or dating app that you feel most comfortable with, and AsianDate is a good place to start. You can sign up to different dating sites or apps too, and not just one.

2. Get A Feel First

Since you’ve just started online dating, it’s important that you do not dunk your entire body into the water. Maybe try submerging your feet first, and then slowly make your way up, until you submerge your head. Do you get what we mean?

In other words, you have to take baby steps until you get the hang of it. Research terms your not familiar with, look up the best dating tips for you to apply when building your profile and so on.

3. Meet Multiple Potential Dates

The next technique that you need to learn is to meet multiple potential dates. Be very careful when doing this because you don’t want women to think that you’ve led them on. Simply make it clear that your intentions are to get to know them better before you can actually date them online or in real life.

4. Make A Connection

When you’ve gotten to know the women you’ve been chatting with, it’s time to trim down your choices and concentrate more on the person you have the strongest connection with.

You have to give most of your time and attention to this person, so you have to really think about who this person is from among the women you’ve met online.

5. Make The Date Happen

After you’ve learned the first four online dating techniques, the next logical step would be to ask whoever you chose on an official first date – dress nice, meet the woman in person, have a great time in real life.

The online dating techniques on this list may sound easy, but you have to practice. Don’t worry, because you’ll eventually get the hang of it. The most important thing is that you are out of your slump despite the fact that you are recently single.

We hope that this has been helpful. For more posts about dating and online dating, make sure to check out the rest of our blog.

Romantic Asian Sunsets To Watch With Your Valentine | Asian Date

Romantic Asian Sunsets To Watch With Your Valentine

Asia is a destination that needs no introduction. A lot of travellers go in and out of the continent all year long because Asia has a very specific charm that you cannot find anywhere else. It is a destination where you can experience different cultures, taste different flavours, meet a lot of interesting people, and since it’s Valentine’s Day, it is a destination where you could appreciate the most breath-taking sunsets with the person you love.

Asian Sunsets That Will Make You Fall Even More In Love

We’ve been talking about different ways one can celebrate Valentine’s Day, and, of course, we’ve covered the usual suggestions like flowers, a nice dinner date, or a DIY date at home with some candles. But, when you’re in Asia, your Valentine’s Day can be as simple as watching Asian sunsets in locations where you get the best view:

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

Also known as the Bay of the Descending Dragons, Ha Long Bay can be found in the northeast part of Vietnam. The Bay boasts of mystical-looking emerald waters and sky-high limestone islands with rainforests on top. Can you imagine taking a cruise here with your Valentine as the sun is setting? There’s nothing like watching Asian sunsets in Ha Long Bay.

Bagan, Myanmar

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Bagan Sunset

The ancient city of Bagan in Myanmar was formerly known as Burma. It stands on the Eastern banks of the Ayeyarwady River and is Southwest of Mandalay. The city has been made famous by its Bagan Archaeological Area, where you will find more than 2,000 Buddhist monuments. Be ready to watch the sun kiss the temples’ tips. If you want to level up your Valentine’s Day date, you can rent a hot air balloon and watch the sunset from the sky.

Vang Vieng, Laos

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Vang Vieng Sunset

Van Vieng is a tourist-friendly destination located in the province of Vientiane. It will take about four hours to travel to this location from the capital, but it’ll be worth it once you see how majestic the sunset is. Of course, it’s not just the Asian sunsets that attract tourists from all over the world. Vang Vieng is teeming with different activities to do like hiking, exploring caves, and partying the night away.

Which of the three Asian sunsets do you think you’re more likely to take your Valentine to? We would love to know so leave your answers in the comment section. If you want more interesting posts, visit the blog or head to AsianDate to find love on this special day.



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Strange Chinese Traditions You Should Know Before Going To China

Whenever you go to a different country, it’s always a good idea to do a bit of research about customs and traditions that will welcome you there. For most travellers, the common notion is this: if you’re already familiar with universal traditions, you will be good to go. For example, everyone knows that saying “thank you” is polite, universally. If you’re travelling to China, saying “thank you” is considered polite too, despite the language and cultural difference. However, most travellers don’t really take into account the fact that there are some strange Chinese traditions they have to wrap their head around before going to China.

Unusual Chinese Traditions You Have To Be Familiar With

We’ve compiled a short list of strange Chinese traditions that you need to be familiar with. Most of these Chinese traditions you will encounter when you go to restaurants or when you meet someone for the first time:

Chopsticks Upright In A Bowl

We may have used chopsticks several times in our life, but we never really think about whether we use them in a polite way or not. When you go to China, make sure that you avoid doing the following when using chopsticks:

  • Do not leave them upright in a bowl because this is similar to a Chinese ritual for an offering to the deceased.
  • Also, don’t use your chopsticks to make a gesture, like pointing at someone. It is downright rude.

Overflowing Tea

When you’re having tea with a Chinese person, don’t be surprised when they always refill your tea for you. To show that you appreciate the gesture, you must tap your fingers on the table while or after the tea is poured into your cup.

No, No, No, Yes

When you go to someone’s house, it’s always a nice gesture to bring something. Don’t be offended, though, if your gift is refused. In China, it is a tradition for a gift to be refused several times before the receiver accepts it. It is similar with compliments. If you give someone a compliment, they are not going to say thank you right away. They are going to deny your praises several times before accepting it.

Do Not Tip

Back home, we bet you’re used to tipping. In China, it is different because you only have to pay for the meal you’ve eaten. Tipping is not common in restaurants, but it is when you go on tours or when you are at a hotel.

Now, do you believe us when we say that you have to do your research before going to a certain country? Make sure that you remember all of these Chinese traditions. We have more posts about the Asian culture on the blog so you can check those out after reading this post.