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Thank You for Reading Tripologist.com

Tripologist’s Top 10 Posts of 2012

2012 has been a fantastic year, and thanks to you, my loyal readers, Tripologist’s first full year has seen great success! I started the year in Japan, but spent the first two months living in South Korea before embarking...
by Jim Cheney
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Many of the buildings in Georgetown, Malaysia's Chinatown reflect the city's British roots in their architecture.

24 Hours in Georgetown, Malaysia

Nestled  in the northwestern corner of Malaysia, Georgetown is one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. Sitting on the eastern shores of the island of Penang, the city and the surrounding villages are some of ...
by Jim Cheney
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Happy Birthday: Tripologist Turns 1 Year Old

One year ago, on October 21, 2011, I started Tripologist.com. I love to travel, and my goal was to help others travel on a budget, find undiscovered spots, and see the world. One year later, Tripologist.com still continues to p...
by Jim Cheney
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Bagus Place on Tioman Island as viewed from the resort's pier.

Bagus Place: Where Adventure Meets Luxury

Writer’s Note: This article is part of a project that I did for Tourism Malaysia. While I usually focus this blog on budget travel, this article is about my one luxury experience in the past six months. As our small boat...
by Jim Cheney
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5 Light Packing Tips for Long Term Travelers.

6 Things I Learned From 6 Months of Travel

Recently, my wife and I finished traveling for six consecutive months. At times, it was challenging, but overall, it was a highly rewarding experience that I would encourage everyone to do at some point in their lives. Before w...
by Jim Cheney
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A typical colonial era house in Chinatown, Georgetown, Malaysia.

On the Heritage Trail in Penang: Exploring Georgetown’s Colonial Past

In August of 1786, the British flag was raised for the first time in southeast Asia; however, the flag wasn’t first raised over Hong Kong or even Singapore. Instead, the first British possession in the region was the isla...
by Jim Cheney
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