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“Speak Slowly, Clearly & Choose Your Words Wisely.” – Emily Halim

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Emily is a ‘senior’ tripfezroamer. She’s been supporting #tripfezroamers since the very beginning, Thank you, dear  Emily! Check out her previous interview here.

T: A short bio about yourself? 3-4 lines that best describe you, what you do for a living and so…
E: I am one of the existing Tripfezroamer. Since the world around us is changing, so does my dream to be a journalist. Currently, I am a Digital Marketing Specialists and work to initiate effective marketing campaigns online and to translate business goals into successful marketing campaigns.

Credit: Emily Halim

T: What’s your favourite place so far? Why?
E: Of course Indo – China! Southeast Asia is comprised of only beautiful and exotic lands on this planet. We lost track of time when we’re on the beautiful beaches in Thailand. I had an amazing time when we’re on a cruise among the picturesque Halong Bay of Vietnam. Besides that, I’m amazed by the mystical Angkor Wat of Cambodia and the temples in Bagan of Myanmar.

T: One unforgettable travel experience or incident that sticks in your mind…?
E: I’ve been scammed at Saigon City! Erghhh…

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T: What was the most challenging thing about travelling?
E: I think the most challenging thing about travelling is the language barrier. So, speak slowly, clearly, and choose your words carefully.

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T: What place is top of your bucket list?
E: BALKAN! (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, the Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia)

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T: One advice for travellers?
E: Shady people love to take advantage of tourist, and if you’re not careful, it’s easy to become a victim. Be extra careful and smart enough to avoid getting ripped off. 

Credit: Emily Halim

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