Rachel Khoo

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Posted by Rachel

May 11th, 2016

Navigating my favourite destinations

It’s no secret I love to travel. These days it’s more for work than pleasure, but I always find time to fit in plenty of delicious local cuisine, some shopping, and exploring around the places that are a little off the beaten path.

When I arrive at my destination, I always keep things simple; I try to eat, shop, relax and hangout where the locals do. For those of you who love to travel like a local too, I’ve put together a collection of Khoo (and Khoollect) posts to help you plan your next adventure. Whether you’re hopping across to Paris, taking a long flight to Sydney, spending a weekend in London, or longer in Melbourne, you’re sure to find more than a few great spots to visit by clicking the links below:

Paris

How I spend 24 hours in Paris

My favourite places in Paris

Wheelchair friendly Paris

Vegetarian eateries worth trying in Paris

Five Parisian places to inspire your creativity

Five European green spaces worth visiting

Seven tips for living in Paris

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Eiffel Tower, Paris

London

My favourite places in London

Outdoor escapes in East London

London’s top five spots to get your fashion fix

Explore: Stoke Newington

Explore: Clapton, East London

Big Ben, London

Big Ben, London

Sydney

A Foodie’s mini guide to Sydney

Khoollect community’s guide to Sydney

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Bondi Beach, Sydney

Melbourne

Melbourne’s sporting events not to be missed

An Instagrammer’s mini guide to Melbourne

Khoollector’s top coffee spots from Paris to Melbourne

Melbourne. Photo by Kelly Gardner

Melbourne. Photo by Kelly Gardner

Head over to Khoollect to find out my top five essential travel tips. You’ll also find more great features and tips on making the most of your adventures abroad, including a collection of interviews with some interesting and well-travelled individuals. Check out the forum and start up a conversation with the Khoollect team (and followers) about your latest foray abroad. 

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3 thoughts on “Navigating my favourite destinations

  1. thank you for your tip. when will you come to Thailand? i will glad to show you my local Thai food and you will love it!!!!

  2. thank you for your tip.South-East Asia In Its Full Regalia As A Tourist Spot..Asia for long has stood as the place for mystical ventures and the unexplored territory full of surprises. The western world has always been fascinated by the oriental aspects of the Southeast Asian countries. Yet time and again events like wars and rebel activities robbed the places of the flow of tourists for decades. The attractions posed by palm tree lined beaches; the rice fields stretching into miles were soon lost from the public memory.

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