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The content on this page is created by a small editorial team. The authors share their shared passion for Southeast Asia. Most of them travel there regularly and often for long periods of time. They share their experiences and best tips in their articles.
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Stefan has been traveling to Southeast Asia since 2006 and often spends several months there. In 2013 he founded Fascination Southeast Asia and since then has also written several eBooks and books on the subject (including the insider travel guide »555 tips for Bangkok«). Between his trips, he lives and works in Düsseldorf.
After graduating from high school, Anna-Sophie traveled through Thailand with a backpack. Since then she has been fond of Pad Thai and carries her favorite bag from Bangkok around the area. She studies cultural studies and works as a freelance journalist.
On various trips with a backpack through Southeast Asia, Christoph fell in love with people, culture, nature and of course Asian food. Formerly alone, today he travels with wife Lisa and daughter Grete. When he's not somewhere between Sri Lanka and Indonesia, he lives on the Southern Wine Route.
Sabine Geier has been traveling in Southeast Asia for more than 10 years - first with a backpack and later as a tour guide on the Mekong and its neighboring countries. Above all, she is attracted to the contact with people and their culture. Her great love is Laos and Thailand.
Sandra Gruber has traveled through Southeast Asia with her backpack on her back for almost two years. She is particularly interested in the people in the respective countries and has a preference for Indonesia. When she is not on the road again, she lives and works in Munich.
Nina lives in Frankfurt am Main and is also professionally closely connected to Southeast Asia. Her first trip to the region was in 2016 in Malaysia and Singapore. Since then, she has used every opportunity to discover new countries and locations in Asia. Nina is particularly attracted to nature, culture, the climate and Asian food. You can find pictures and stories from on the go on Nina's Instagram page.
When she first arrived in Thailand in 2012, she immediately felt at home. From one temple to another, in between a noodle soup or by scooter through nature - Asia will remain her second home forever. As often as the travel purse allows, Jasmin packs her backpack in Bühl, her hometown in the Black Forest, to discover new favorite places.
Lilith likes to travel with a backpack. She loves getting to know different cultures, exploring landscapes and trying out the culinary diversity of Asia. Her heart beats especially for Thailand. She studies Asian Studies and learns Thai.
Georg has been traveling to Thailand for many years. He is always drawn to Isaan, where he goes on a tour of discovery away from the tourist routes. For some time now, he has also been blogging about his experiences, interesting places and topics such as craftsmanship and silk weaving villages on his own website.
Josie lives in Hamburg and lost her heart to Southeast Asia many years ago. Her main job is in the office, but whenever time permits, she goes east by plane. In addition to her great loved ones Cambodia and Myanmar, to whom she keeps coming back, she and her camera also like to discover new places, markets and food. You can find more pictures and stories of Josie on Instagram.
Sophie spends most of the year studying in Lüneburg. Since living in Taiwan as part of a student exchange, she has been drawn to Asia. During the semester break, she packs her backpack to pursue her wanderlust. Her friend alias personal photo and videographer is always with you.