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Feb 27, 2012
Highways and access in China
Hi, I am planning to do a trip in China which starts from the far east (near Shanghai) and ends in Xinjiang. I have looked up my routes on the internet

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Feb 26, 2012
bicycle theft in China: problem or not?
Hi, probably not the question you expected here but you might be able to give me the answers I need! I am doing a project for school (i’m studying sinology;)

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Feb 15, 2012
cycling Vietnam
How do we get bikes from Hanoi to Haiphong then to Dong Ha where we would like to start our cycling of Coast. Thank

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Feb 13, 2012
Cycling from Butterworth to Taiping
Last Fridays bike ride a bit more explained … the ride went from Penang, first the ferry, and than from Butterworth to Taiping following a seldom traveled road as most people seem to think there’s little to keep you busy on the way. But sometimes having few “sights” on the way is just what a cyclist likes:)

Crossing the new bridge to Bukit Merah
Crossing the new bridge to Bukit Merah

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Feb 3, 2012
Johor Bharu to Malacca
It’s not to most spectacular route to cycle but since most ongoing traffic takes the highway, the #5 road that connects Johor with Pontian and further north to Malacca is for the most quiet cycling.

There are exceptions, for example getting out of Johor Bharu and around Malacca itself but you will enjoy cycling here.

View from The Zon jetty to Johor Bharu (right) and Singapore
View from The Zon jetty to Johor Bharu (right) and Singapore (other side of the water)

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Jan 27, 2012
Dali Lijiang and Zhongdian (Shangri-La)
If there is limited time to visit Yunnan, you should at least go to Dali Lijiang and Zhongdian (Shangri-La). Some only choose Dali and Lijiang but with direct flights nowadays, Shangri-La is also easy accessible.

Cycling here is challenging. It’s because you are riding on altitude, Kunming is already 2000 meters high and you’re going higher, to Shangri-La at 3300 meter.

The road from Shangri-La to Tibet
The road from Yunnan to Tibet

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Jan 26, 2012
Cycling in Guangxi, China
Of all the provinces of China, Guangxi has one of the lowest priorities to visit except for Guilin and Yangshuo. It’s really like going to Italy and visit Rome while the rest of the country, or in this case, the province doesn’t exit.

True, some travelers visit Liuzhou, heck even a few go all the way to Nanning… because they’re on the way to or from Vietnam. Central Guangxi see no tourist and yet, it is beautiful! So here it is, an introduction into cycling in Guangxi!

Guangxi, the road to Pingxiang and Vietnam
The road to Pingxiang and Vietnam

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Jan 25, 2012
South West China: Yunnan Province
Yunnan is one of the most visited provinces in China. Interestingly it is only the north west plus Kunming which is so regular visited. The rest of the province, about the size of France gets much less tourists to see.

Fair? Nope, but that is what it is. Yunnan has more to offer than Kunming, Dali, Lijiang and Shangri-La but… those are the places people want to go.

I cycled all over Yunnan, and here’s what I think:

Rural countryside of north Lijiang
Rural countryside of north Lijiang

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Jan 24, 2012
Yunnan, the Stone Forest
Some like it, some find it a typical Chinese tourist trap. Whatever you think of the Stone Forest, you can’t deny it is an impressive piece of natural sculpturing. And no, it’s not only the park with its souvenir shops and tourist tricks that is interesting. In fact, it’s outside the park a lot more interesting than inside the park. Not all tourists know it, but the Stone Forest area is hundreds of square kilometers big!

Stone Forest, Shilin Yunnan

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Jan 24, 2012
The Karakoram Highway
It’s been years since I was at the Karakoram Highway. Actually I have been there twice, once in summer, once in December. I’ve spend Christmas in Karimabad, even Santa Claus came around. It was a great journey.

Karakoram Highway, near Passu in December
On the way to Passu, north Pakistan.

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Jan 23, 2012
Bodh Gaya, northern India
One of the most spiritual places I have visited is Bodh Gaya in northern India. It’s indeed one of those places where everybody comes. Bodh Gaya sees visitors from all over the world and you will find here all the main Buddhist countries with their own temples.

It’s an interesting place with is dominated by Tibetans who have 2 temples here. But you should visit for example the Bhutanese, or the Japanese temple to see complete different forms of Buddhism. It’s a place still full of magic.

Tibetan temple Bodh Gaya

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Jan 21, 2012
Bicycle tours in Myanmar
Myanmar (Burma, if you like) has been over the years boycotted by many travelers. For good reasons, maybe. However, what political reasons you may have not to agree in visiting the country, fact is that the people of Myanmar belong to some of the nicest and friendliest people I ever met. Like Iran, there’s a huge cap between the people of the country and the system that rules them!

Monks in Myanmar

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Jan 17, 2012
Hotels in Yangshuo
It’s a great place, Yangshuo. Sure, it’s getting more and more touristy, nowadays it’s about 90% Chinese tourist versus 10% foreign. 10 years ago it was the opposite. Things change, and so does accommodation… here’s what I like:

Yangshuo Village Retreat

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Jan 16, 2012
Organised bicycle tours in Thailand
No time? No family member or friend to join you? No bicycle? Not a problem in my recommended tours in Thailand. Get the best out of your time in Thailand, combine tours if you like and explore the country on bicycle and find gems you couldn’t imagine.

Pak Meng beach, south Thailand
Pak Meng beach which you will visit in the Biking the south of Thailand
as part of bicycle tours Thailand

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Jan 15, 2012
The road from Malacca to Klang (Malaysia)
The southern west coast of Malaysia peninsula is not particularly interesting for the most. Of course there is the wonderful city Malacca but apart of that … there’s little to lighten up your mind. The beaches are virtually non existing or damaged by the economical “progress”.

That said, it IS a quite nice bike ride on for the most reasonable quiet roads (leave Malacca and the area around Klang, which are quite UNpleasant).

Here’s my experience in 2010:

Malaysia’s Gold Coast
The road from Port Dickson to Morib, with signs in the area name
this Malaysia’s “Gold Coast” – I wonder why….

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Jan 13, 2012
Cycling in Greece
Greece was magnificent. There were plenty of options to get off the grid (so to say) and still see plenty of the Greek ruins. I loved it.

Acropolis, Athens Greece
Acropolis Athens

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Jan 10, 2012
Diving at Pangor, or better … at Pulau Sembilan
The west coast of Malaysia doesn’t have much to offer to diving enthusiasts. With Pulau Payar at Langkawi you have named the most famous. Pangkor itself doesn’t have much to dive but 30 minutes outside there are Pulau Sembilan which offer a very good diving possibility.

For a few years it was not possible to dive here, but that has changed. Again you can book a diving adventure here:

Diving at Pangkor, Sembiland Islands
Me diving at Pulau Sembilan

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Jan 9, 2012
The vicinity of Ubud (day 3)
Most travelers come to Ubud to suck in the artistic part of town. There’s a lot of culture here, many painters have their studio in town and have small or not so small permanent expositions running. I however, went out of town and found the countryside as 10 years earlier, nothing changed, still wonderful.

cycling in the vicnity of Ubud
The small streets of the villages are almost untouched by the modern world

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Jan 9, 2012
North Bali: Lovina to East Java (day 5)
North Bali is apart of Lovina a lesser visited part of Bali. Maybe there is less to see (except swimming with dolphins and some diving) but it’s a great road to cycle. I loved it, mostly flat and easy and recommended over the south part of Bali, which is busier.

Bluer than blue, the Java Sea in the Gilimanuk area
Bluer than blue

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Jan 9, 2012
Exploring Bali, day 4 : Ubud to Lovina
The day I cycled Ubud – Lovina via Mount Batur was a day of underestimating the difficulties of the mountain. It was 35 km climbing to Mt Batur and I didn’t realize that when I left. A serious mistake, which was made worse by the thunderstorm later the day when I was going down…

Mount Batur, Gunung Batur, Bali

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Jan 9, 2012
Cycling across Bali: Days 1 and 2 Arrival in Ubud
In 2010 I cycled Denpasar to Jakarta. For some reason I had forgotten to write a few pages about my favorite part of the journey: Bali. So here we go with the first two days: arrival and the first day of exploring Ubud.

Monkey Forest, Ubud Bali
Monkey Forest, temple

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Jan 9, 2012
Bandung to Bogor
It’s 2010 and I decide it’s been too long since I have been in Indonesia. I fly to Denpasar in Bali and cycle from there in a month to Jakarta. It was an amazing trip, here is something about the journey from Bandung to Bogor.

On the way to the Puncak Pass
On the way to the Puncak Pass

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Jan 8, 2012
The Ladakh Festival 1997, in Leh Ladakh, India
I’ve spend a lot of time in India. It’s not a country, it’s a continent. There is so much to see, way too much for even drifting a year around. One of the highlights for me was my visit to Ladakh in 1997, right at the time of the Ladakh Festival … and that was a complete different thing. And as a foreigner (sometimes it is embarrassing … but this time I felt really lucky) I had the privilege to have a front seat. Here’s some photos I took that day.

Ladak festival

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Jan 8, 2012
The temples of Khajuraho
If there is one place in the world where you wonder why something was build right there, it’s Khajuraho. The series of temples build here seem to be build at the end of any road.

Of course, when they were build it was right in the middle of civilization because the wetlands here are fertile and there’s plenty of water. Thus it’s a good place as a center of civilization. Still, nowadays it’s somewhere in the middle of nowhere. If you want to visit, you have to travel considerable and it seems (it is not of course), the way in, is also the way out. But even if that was true, it’s still worth the effort!

The temples of Khajuraho in India

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Jan 4, 2012
Watching the Mekong flow in Mukdahan
When I visited Mukdahan in 1991, I wrote a postcard to a good friend of me in Holland, paraphrasing Bob Dylan’s Watching The River Flow… he thought, so he told me later, I was either drunk or stoned:)

I was back after 20 years in Mukdahan early December. It was still a magic sight… and the continuing bicycle ride through north east Thailand was just as good.

View from Mukdahan to the 2nd Friendship Bridge with Laos
View from Mukdahan to the 2nd Friendship Bridge with Laos

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Jan 3, 2012
Visit Perak 2012 on bicycle!
For most travelers it’s unthinkable but Perak has more to offer than Pangkor and (if you insist Ipoh). Exploring Perak on bicycle gives you a far better way to find real gems in the state. And trust me, it’s worth doing so. See for yourself:

Old flooded mines near Kampar
A spectacular view of one of the now flooded old mines
on the way from Kampar to Kampong Gajah

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Dec 22, 2011
Jungle trekking Teluk Segadas and jungle trekking to Pasir Bogak
I like the jungle in the area where I live. 2 days back I did a jungle trekking to Teluk Segadas, a not much visited little beach at the south side of Pangkor island in Malaysia (half way in between Kuala Lumpur and Penang).

At the beach I spoke with the campowner who told me there’s a trail leading all the way to Pasir Bogak, about 4 hours trekking. I had water, it was early so I went, reached the highest peak and … got lost! Here’s the story:

Teluk Segadas, south Pangkor
Teluk Segadas

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Dec 17, 2011
Ha Long Bay – limestone paradise in the sea
One of the wonders of nature can be found in north Vietnam at Ha Long Bay. Here you find limestone mountain pinnacles standing out of the water in strange formations. There are magnificent caves to visit and it’s great to spend a few nights here on the water in a boat.

Ha Long Bay

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Dec 16, 2011
Pingxiang and the Vietnames border
I had a little problem to find again the right road. This time it was to the Youyiguen border… here’s the story:

On the way to Pingxiang

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Dec 16, 2011
Cycling from Nanning to Vietnam, day 2
Day 2 on the way from Nanning to Vietnam lead me from Suyu to Chongzuo, a nice road with some very good sceneries on the way. There were only few villages on the way and even less people. Traffic was limited too.

Eastern hills in Guangxi

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Dec 16, 2011
Cycling from Nanning to Vietnam
This is a story about taking the wrong way all the time on a beautiful day in November 2011 in Guangxi province China, Here is why I covered 129 km on a road of 45 km only…

Suyu, a town in no mans land but I found a hotel
Cycling from Nanning to Vietnam lead me to Suyu,
a town in no mans land but I found a hotel

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Dec 16, 2011
Guilin/Yangshuo to Nanning using direction Wuzhou
This is a description of a road I have cycled at least twice and parts more than that. Is it better than the direction Liuzhou? It is better to some extend especially the part in between Guiping and Binjiang is not particularly fantastic but Lipu to Taiping is a very pleasant and scenic ride.

The very pleasant road from Binjiang to Nanning
The very pleasant road from Binjiang to Nanning.

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Dec 16, 2011
Guilin to Nanning using direction Liuzhou
If people travel in Guangxi, they use the route Guilin-Liuzhou-Nanning, by either bus or train. Few realize there is quite a bit of interesting things to see in between Guilin and Nanning. Here are two potential routes to travel by bicycle. I’ve cycled them both and prefer the one via Xiangzhou and Laibin. See for yourself:

On the road from Guilin to Nanning after Binjiang
On the road from Guilin to Nanning after Binjiang

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Dec 12, 2011
Vinh to the Lao Border at Lao Bao through the DMZ
Was the road around Vinh not particularly inspiring, after Vinh I got my share of the fun. First troubles with my tires, and than the DMZ, the former demilitarized zone with it’s own violent history. It was an enlightening experience.

War memorials all along the road from Dong Hoi to Dong Ha
War memorials all along the road from Dong Hoi to Dong Ha

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Dec 12, 2011
About luck on the road from Vinh to Ha Tinh
The last years I come to realize luck is a mindset. If it goes bad, there’s always a solution nearby. This story about the back tire tearing out and being unfixable proofs that …

Tire fixed with fishing net
Luck is a mindset … had this happened only 10km further I would have had to abandon my bicycle journey from Vinh to Ha Tinh and further to the DMZ and Laos

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Dec 10, 2011
Cycling from Hanoi to Vinh
The 300 km or so bicycle ride from Hanoi to Vinh was far more pleasant than I expected. Rpad AH1, not the highway but the old national road, was for the most quiet and pleasant. Although not spectacular except in Ninh Binh, it was worth the days cycling through the flat lands.

Than Hoa city center
Thanh Hoa city center

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Dec 9, 2011
Cycling north Vietnam – Lang Son to Hanoi
It was not my intention to cycle all the way from Lang Son to Hanoi in one day and it was certainly not my intention to cycle more than necessary. Here is the story why I did cycle Lang Son to Hanoi in one single day:

Cycling North Vietnam – Lang Son to Hanoi
Cycling north Vietnam, plenty of limestone karst mountains on the way

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Dec 8, 2011
Lang Son in north Vietnam
It’s November 2011 and I have just crossed the Chinese-Vietnamese border. First stop is a little town called Lang Son… and it turns out to be a nice overnight stop ….

Lang Son, north Vietnam at the Chinese border

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Dec 8, 2011
Cycling from Vietnam to Savannakhet (and Thailand)
For those travelers to and from Vietnam Highway 9 is a good and easy possibility. On the way there’s guesthouses (though make sure you have one in a village, I had one somewhere in the middle of nowehere and had to skip a dinner).

Lao Bao Vietnam to Savannakhet
Cycling through central Laos where most of Highway 9 is like this, empty …

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Dec 7, 2011
Koh Tao – Learn diving at Koh Tao
During my first visit to Koh Tao there was a diving club, a restaurant and a guesthouse. Nowadays it’s full of them. In fact, it’s one of the most convenient and cheapest places to get your diving license.

Diving in Koh Tao
Blue ringed angelfish

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Nov 10, 2011
Cycle Rickshaw Ride from Bangkok to Singapore
Hello, I am looking into the feasibility of riding cycle rickshaw from Bangkok to Singapore as part of a charity event. I’ve looked at a number of other

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Oct 28, 2011
A few days in Yangshuo China
A few days back in Yangshuo. It’s really cold here (no 30C but closer to 15C. The internet is slower than ever with many restrictions (and increasing). But the scenery is still stunning.

Cormorant fishing at the Yulonmg river

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Oct 25, 2011
Guilin to Xingping, my 5th time I cycled this road 2 days back
Back in China. I took the bus (with my bike) to Guilin and started cycling from there to Xingping. This road is seldom traveled in it’s whole.

Travelers do go as far as Caoping to visit the Crown Cave but few, if any continues from here to Xingping. I did it yesterday for the 4th or 5th time.

Cycling on the east bank of the Li river from Guilin to Xingping

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Oct 16, 2011
Cycling in Vietnam
Cycling in Vietnam is quite exciting, especially outside the bigger cities which can be really busy and dangerous too. Still, get to the countryside and you find a lot of the old days of Vietnam back. And yes, you do need a bicycle for doing so…

ninh binh, north Vietnam

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Oct 11, 2011
Malaysian bicycle trip
Our cycling trip in Malaysia was quite pleasant. Rode about 820 kms. Started in Malacca, July 11th. Ended at Kuala Lumpur Airport July 29th (we could leave

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Oct 8, 2011
Nipah Guesthouse Pangkor
So you want to stay cheap at Pangkor? Possible at Nipah Guesthouse, a new (2 years only) guesthouse at Teluk Nipah. I love the place not only because it’s quiet, but also because here you will enjoy the Malaysian hospitality you miss in the big hotels. Highly recommended.

Nipah Guesthouse, the new cottages… with aircon, TV and fan…
The new cottages… with aircon, TV and fan…

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Oct 7, 2011
Do you collect your entrance tickets?
Do you collect your entrance tickets of places you visit? I do, I keep them and I have added some of those I got in China on this and continuing pages. Just for fun.

Moonhill Yangshuo, a ticket on thin cheap paper
Moonhill Yangshuo, a ticket on thin cheap paper, and it still looks nice

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Sep 24, 2011
From Thailand to India: Cycling through Myanmar and Bangladesh
I have a few questions. First off, is it possible to cycle from Thailand to India through Myanmar and Bangladesh? Obviously it is ‘possible’ but is it

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Sep 19, 2011
The road from Kuala Kangsar to Ipoh
A few weeks back I did the loop from Sitiawan to Kuala Kangsar and back. It was a really nice though partly very wet trip. I had cycled the road to KK via Manong several times, the first time in 2002. This time however, I choose to take a different road. Here’s what I did.

Parit to Kuala Kangsar

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