A few rookie mistakes and some grand discoveries while traveling in China on a budget.
Even with a budget of only $50 a day, Shanghai is more than manageable.
The Gangnam district, newly famous thanks to the hit song, is known for its opulence. But there are bargains to be found beyond the bling.
I spend my life looking for places like Jeonju, a city barely known to Western travelers.
On a trip to China, the Frugal Traveler put Google Translate to the test. Here’s what he learned and how it could help you.
Hiding in the shadows are cultural and culinary gems from Asian countries that, for reasons of history or demographics, did not send huge numbers of immigrants or expats to New York.
It’s almost impossible to define the typical sake spot in town. Cozy or vast, cute or corporate, Japanese ex-pat crowd or American crowd. Take your pick, or take them all.