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 No. 1: Change Money At Home
  Olivia says that carrying a large amount of cash makes you vulnerable to pickpockets. Agree. She says it’s better to rely on your ATM and credit cards. Er, I would say it depends. In a lot of places in Asia, ATM machines are hard to come by and may not accept all ATM cards. In some resorts and hotels in Asia, credit cards are also not accepted. The exchange rate may also be far worse, depending on the location. Unless you’re staying in a posh destination, never assume that e-transactions will work. Do your research before departure and prepare accordingly。



  No. 2: Deals on Last-Minute Booking

  Last minutes deals are indeed becoming more and more rare. Better to watch out for sales and promotions (which regularly comes up anyway) to save on airfares and hotel bookings。



  No. 3: Locals Are Experts

  Absolutely not. In fact, in a lot of cases, locals are foreigners to their own territory. In fact, if you’re heading off the beaten track, locals can’t even understand why, out of all the possible places in the world, you would be interested in their locality。



  No. 4: You Get What You Pay For

  No, particularly in Asia, there are really good deals to be had, some worth far more than you have paid. And vice versa: some expensive digs aren’t just worth the top dollar they ask for. Do your research, and look for online reviews。



  No. 5: Buy Extras Ahead

  When buying packages, you will always be lured into getting a “package”, agents telling you it will come out cheaper that way. But, sometimes it pays to be prudent and cross the bridge when you get there。



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