Have you ever wondered if it is the right time to be traveling to wherever you want to travel to? Little things like the best time or wrong time of the season can make or break a trip… After all, we all hope for a pleasant and safe trip to our various destinations with perfect weather and all…..
And with that I have to say the Lonely Planet’s Where to Go When book is a must have as it comes with more than 360 suggestions for destinations all around the world and well, the best time of year for you to plan to experience them….
This is the book that will help those who love traveling plan a lifetime of perfect trips as it features expert insights, gorgeous photography and helpful diagrams….
‘Where to go when?’ is usually the most important question in travel….after all, you definitely should love to know which destinations will offer you your desired sun, sights, surf or wildlife-sightings when you’re free to visit. And this book will give you all that options and advice as well as open your eyes to some places you’ve never considered before.
The Lonely Planet’s Where to Go When book is divided into 12 chapters, one for each month of the year.
It comes with a flowchart. Take the time to answer the questions and follow the strands to help drill down the type of trip you want: do you want to chill out or challenge yourself? Do you want to find cultural sites, active exploits or your inner self? Do you want a quiet beach or a crazy one? This sure is so interesting as I found out from this flowchart that I should be heading to Wellington, New Zealand or Budapest for short breaks, both places which is definitely on my bucket list… now if only I had unlimited funds in the bank, I would be traveling there with my daughter now..and more… huhuhu…
Yeah, as you can gather, by answering the questions on the flowchart, Lonely Planet’s Where to Go When will provide the perfect destination to suit your requests and time constraints.
Anyway, Lonely Planet’s Where to Go When features 360 specially selected places – from family-friendly escapes to hardcore adventures, with plenty in between.
What I like best is that the book lets you know the best times to visit each destination: probably because of a should not miss festival; or perhaps it’s cheaper and calmer before peak season; or perhaps it is when the whale sharks/polar bears/butterflies are in town.
Malaysia is also well represented in the book by 3 destinations and attractions: Peninsular Malaysia (March); Sarawak and Sabah (Malaysian Borneo) (June); and West Coast Malaysia (December).
So whatever type of trip you’re planning for, whichever month you can get away, and whether you’re a back packer, hiker, biker, gourmand, rail-lover, road-tripper or raver, this is so book for you.
It is also recently published in November 2016 and it comes in full colour, with H270mm x W230mm and retails at USD $24.99