Pesquisei e encontrei alguns lugares que trocam horas de trabalho por comida e estadia. Enfim, abaixo sao os meus planos e se alguem tiver interesse, me deixa saber. Estou postando agora pelo fato de poder ser uma viagem longa, e precisa de dinheiro suficiente e tempo, e se alguem estiver interessado, podemos planejar alguma coisa juntos.
- New Delhi
- Gaya (Bodhgaya)
- Durga Mandir
- Nathlaung Kyaung
- Shwesandaw Pagoda
- Kaba Aye Pagoda
- Elephant Jungle Sanctuary
- Wat Rong Khun
- Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
- Wat Suan Dorg
- Wat Phra Singh
- Sanctuary of Truth
- Angkor Wat - Angkor Thom - Preah Khan -
- Tonle Bati
- Wat Ounalom
- Rice plantation
- Ha Long Bay (Take a 2-3 hour bus to Haiphong and get a boat to the bay from there.
(Journey: 7 hours 40 mins, passing through Thanh Hoa and Vinh which have little going on really but may be a nice stop if you fancy seeing a completely tourist-free town.)
(Take night train from Ninh Binh to Hue)
(Vietnam war / the most spectacular part of the entire trip)
(Danang is a big city but has few sights. For most travellers it simply serves as a gateway to nearby Hoi An (above), around a 20 minute taxi or moto ride from Danang Station (shouldn’t cost more than $3-4). Hoi An is the place for tailor-made clothes and boasts a beautiful riverside setting. It is also close to one of the nicest beaches in the country and makes it into our Top 10 New Backpacking Hotspots.)
(journey: 6 hours passing through Quang Ngai, a non-touristy town where very little English is spoken)
(Vietnam’s biggest seaside destination. The beach here is actually quite dirty but it is long and has plenty of water sport options including kite-surfing. The nightlife is lively here with a couple of bars such as Bar Why Not? and an excellent one on the beach open until 3am. Some travellers find it a little bit seedy but there’s a beautiful temple near the train station if you want a slightly more cultural experience. You can also do the trip to the mountain town of Dalat from here although it is quite a long journey on winding roads.)
MUONG MAN (FOR MUI NE) HO CHI MINH CITY (SAIGON)
Mui Ne isn’t really a town, more like a long coastal road about 20km or so long with many hostels and restaurants dotted around it. The beach is quiet and very relaxing, while the hot sand dunes are perhaps what the area is most famous for.
journey: 3 hours
HO CHI MINH CITY (SAIGON)
When backpacking through Vietnam, most travellers head here either first or last. It is the biggest and by a distance, most westernised city in the country. Saigon has a large backpacker scene and many interesting sights, much of which relate to the Vietnam War and the USA’s involvement. For more see our article on Saigon. The city is also the base for seeing the far south of the country which enjoys a hot climate and is a bit more chilled out than much of this fabulously crazy country.
Please note obviously you can do the journey the opposite way around and journey times and prices are almost exactly the same.