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Đọc bài viết bằng tiếng Việt tại đây.

I’ve been blogging since September 2013. However 2016 is the year I decide to be more active and serious about my travel blog.

Of course my short-term goal is not going to make this site any source of income, meaning all ideas, reviews, and opinions are truly mine 😉

So on this very day of the year, I’d like to share the top 5 most read posts of my blog (English version):

1. Quick travel tips: Malaysia (both ENG and VNE version)

This is one of my very first entries posted on this website. All the information dated back to 2014 when I travelled to Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and Melacca) with my best friend from Tui Ba Lô (Vietnamese only).

Today some information may not be accurate. However, it’s a great surprise for me to see how popular it is on search engine.

2. Flåm Railway – the most breathtaking railway on Earth!

I’m not any professional or travel or whatever photographer, and this post is one of my only 2 photo diaries I’ve ever posted here. This post is a review of my trip to Flåm earlier this year, including information about “Norway in a Nutshell”® – the most popular tour taken in Norway.

Though I’ve been to Bergen before, it was the first time I took the Flåm Railway journey, and I was left speechless by the beautiful nature of this beloved country. Once you visit Norway, you just have to experience it!

3. How we spent 3 days in Stockholm (Sweden)

City guide to Stockholm, dated back to our last trip there in August. Stockholm is such an interesting Nordic capital that it definitely takes you more than just 3 days to discover only its surface.

I still remember the feeling when I hit “publish” for this post, pinned it on Pinterest, and felt so great how I managed to write something useful, some in-use guide that people can search and relate immediately.

4. City guide: Cesky Krumlov (Czech)

Yet another city guide, with high views and even better, appeared top 5 on Google. I travelled solo that time, first time after my marriage. No, there was no “marriage crisis” if you ask. It’s just a nice break to remind me how awesome it is to travel alone. Sometimes. Some days.

Anyway, if you’re planning to visit Czech, don’t forget to take short trip to Cesky Krumlov for at least 2 days. Highly recommend!

5. Gothenburg – Fish market, coffee, and cinnamon rolls

Surprisingly, this article made it no. 5 just 3 days after being on air, and it’s a publication.

Gothenburg was the place I spent my time studying my Master degree for almost 2 years. It’s a lovely big city. Not that big that you may feel lost, but big enough for young people to enjoy.

Although I couldn’t write any guide to Gothenburg, partly because I took it for granted to live there, so I didn’t even care about travelling around. Until I met the love of my life and moved to Norway. Then I realised how strange it is not to have any idea about the city I used to live in.

But I promise you my readers. One day, there will the an ultimate guide to this gorgeous city of Sweden. One day. Written with love to my dear Gothenburg.


When I got the statistic of my blog, at first I didn’t have any idea what to do with it until I took a closer look. It seems like my city guide posts get more views than the other ones. Such a great hint for my blog planning next year, right?

Last but not least, I would like to say THANK YOU for all of you who is reading my blog for all the joy and support you’ve given to me during this whole year, and…

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The author: Misa Gjone

Hi there! I'm a freelance travel writer born and raised in Vietnam, got married to a Viking from Norway, and currently live in the countryside outside Oslo. I'm the founder and chief chronicler of Misa's Travel Blog.

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