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Gay Bar Bali, Amazing Place When Differences Are No Longer A Problem

Bali is popular as a tourist destination that is rich in culture, tradition, and adherence to the religion of the local population, the majority of which are Hindus. Apart from that, Bali has a different side and actually attracts many tourists to visit every year. Included in one of the regions of Indonesia which is predominantly Muslim and strongly opposed to LGBT people, Bali is more open and open-handed to tourists regardless of their religion or religion.

Gay Bar Bali

Where To Find Gay Bar Bali?

It is undeniable that the presence of tourists brings fortune to everyone in Bali, not only large-scale businesses but also small-scale businesses such as drivers, food vendors, beverages and others. Bali is one of the best destinations for LGBT people. The fertility of LGBT people is not without reason. Bali and its residents do not discriminate against them. They even have a place to hang out for.

Gay bar Bali is increasingly fertile in many areas such as Seminyak or Kuta. For those who often visit Bali, they may be more familiar with the area for LGBT people. Perhaps there is still an assumption and fear of visiting a country destination that opposes LGBT people. For this reason, Bali is something different. You can easily visit a gay bar Bali one to the other without fear of interference.

Holidays and entertainment indeed for anyone is no exception. If you are looking for a gay vacation spot full of history, culture, and spirituality, then you are right in Bali. Kuta, Seminyak, is an area where gay bars develop. If you are a lover of nightlife, maybe you can visit the gay bar in Bali.

Visiting gay bar Bali does not mean you are LGBT. There is no prohibition if you want to enjoy gay Bali bars occasionally. Everyone has the right to enjoy nightlife wherever and whenever. Gay Bali bar is one of the tourist’s attention centers and allows them to visit and get a different sensation of enjoying or experience the night.

Many gay Bali bars are recommended if you are on vacation or visiting. For now, most gay bar Bali is based in the Seminyak area. There you can find a gay row of Balinese bars along Dhyana Pura street, or you can visit the Sea Vu Play which is currently well developed for LGBT people spending the night. Bali seems to have a different side at night, where sparkling lights and the sound of thumping music are heard along the row of clubs, restaurants or gay bars in Bali.

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Spring in Tokyo: A Festive Season of Blooms and Flavors

Spring in Tokyo is one of the most delightful times you could be visiting. Known as one of the busiest metropolitan in the world, Tokyo in spring is even busier than ever. During the long national holiday, Golden Week, locals are traveling. Coming home or visiting new areas for vacations, the people of Tokyo are ready to unwind and welcome the warmth after a winter. If you’ve been thinking of visiting Tokyo in this time of year, then excellent. Plenty of things to do and see during this famous Sakura season and it’s time to plan your travel!

Remember, spring is high season in all of Japan!

Spring, with its own bright and colorful charm, has always been a popular time for tourists to visit. During the Golden Week which also falls in Spring, it is also the highest peak of travel for the locals. So aside from the hoards of foreign tourists, everywhere will be busy with the local people traveling as well.

Spring-only seasonal flavors and dishes

We just had to start with food here. As a country with a rich culture heritage and fantastic food culture, spring in Japan would be a delight. Whether you consider yourself a foodie or an average folk, dining in Japan during spring would be an exploration in itself. There are plenty of things to taste! Fun thing is, many of these snacks are spring-themed. The most popular flavor? Sakura, obviously. From sakura-flavored traditional cakes and snacks, find all sorts of things sakura-flavor.  The Sakura KitKat would go in sale again. Or that KitKat Japan would produce a new variety of that goodness. There are sakura-flavored manju, dango, sakura cheesecake, sakura macaron and even sakura onigiri (rice balls)! Get a hold of everything you can find because these are often limited edition stuff!

Have a look at the traditional festivals

While the Japanese have all sorts of festivals all year-long, the spring is a particularly festive season. There are numerous traditional festivals that you can catch in Tokyo alone. Catch the Hanazono Shrine festival with its many local food stalls, then Sanja Matsuri in Asakusa, a famous tourist district, and many more!

Hanami—obviously!

If you’ve come all the way to Tokyo specifically during the spring, then hanami must be on your list of activities. Hanami basically means flower-viewing, and even though “hana” means flower in general, it is almost always specifically referring to the Sakura-viewing. Locals usually spend their time with friends or family under a tree with food and drinks as they sit under the blooming cherry blossoms.

Catch more blooms

Sakura may be the centerpiece and the crown jewel of spring each year in Japan. But there are simply plenty of blooms during this season worth seeing. Catch wisteria, shinbazakura, tulips, camellia, azalea, and so many more.

Visit the strawberry garden and pick some strawberries

Strawberry-picking is one of the most popular past time activities for nature lovers. It is particularly a favorite for family outing and even school outings. You can enjoy the strawberry you picked in an all you can eat plan provided by the garden. Lots of strawberry farms are located just in the outskirts of Tokyo so it’s pretty easy to catch.

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Festivals, Rituals, and Ceremonies in Flores That Worth Travelling For

Flores is located in Indonesia, particularly in east Nusa Tenggara. This place is considered different from the rest of regions in Indonesia because it has the most distinctive cultures. Most people in Flores still keep their belief and tradition even in this modern era. They still hold ceremony, festivals, rituals, and other events coming from their original ancestors. If you are planning to visit Flores, it will lucky to witness one of them. Watching traditional ceremonies or rituals can give personal experience because everything might be beyond your imagination or expectation. There are unique and even bizarre things to see during.

Reba ceremony

Some of festival and other ceremonies in Flores you can witness

Attending a festival or ceremony in a new place means you gain new experience. You may find something fun, thrilling, or scary. However, you can learn more about the culture of the place you visit through traditional rituals, ceremonies, and festivals. They can also be fun because you can engage more with the locals and get to know them better. Here are some festival, rituals, and ceremonies in Flores:

  • Reba ceremony is usually held at Bena and Be’a village in Flores. The villager’s beliefs based on ancestor spirit and deity gods. This makes them rely more on nature. They hold annual special ritual and ceremonies. You can see Ngada tribe hold the ceremonies with spectacle interesting to see. The ritual procession during ceremony means to show gratitude to gods and ancestors spirits for a year and they pray for welcoming New Year to be better.
  • Penti ceremony is usually held at Wae Rebo. Actually, this ceremony is one of the major ones in Maggarai district. This is a thanksgiving celebration particularly for the past year’s harvest. This ceremony also means hope for a prosperous and new agricultural year. There are series of ancient rituals throughout the ceremony. It lasts for one day and night. This annual event is related to agricultural cycle. However, this ceremony is now only held once in every five years because it costs a lot and need intensive preparations.
  • Toja Bobu is unique event held for Christmas. It is usually held at Sikka village in Flores. This event has Portuguese influence on it. Tajo Bobu itself is a dance-drama brought by the Portuguese to Sikka. It is usually performed on the 26th December.
  • Traditional boxing Etu or Sagi is an event when you can see two men fight each other in traditional sarong using a pair of unusual boxing gloves. For sport lovers, this can be fun event to watch, for those who are soft-hearted, this is not your tea. The event is held in an open field surrounded by spectators cheering for their heroes. Every blood spilled from the fighters onto the earth are consider sacrifice and good sign of harvest for the year. This cultural event has been passed for generation and well preserved. This event is also considered as bonding time for villagers to strengthen their kinship and brotherhood.
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A Guide To Bring You Best Sports Bar Bali, Seminyak Area

Watching your favorite sports with friends or joining many people at the bar is an interesting experience. Most people might watch sports at home without any excitement. If you are on holiday in Bali, visiting Bali’s sports bar is mandatory if you don’t want to miss your favorite sports event.

sports bar bali

The sports bar Bali is served with something special and a comfortable atmosphere. Most use a widescreen and projector so you can be satisfied to see sports. Especially for world cup events, you will see hubbub and crowds in many of Bali’s sports bars.

Sports bar Bali is one of the places where visitors gather, mostly Australians, especially in the Canggu area. Let’s explore where you can find the best Bali sports bar by location. Can’t get tickets to the NBA final sports event while on vacation in Bali? You can watch live broadcasts by visiting one of Bali’s sports bars.

Sports Bar Bali, Seminyak

Looking for a Seminyak sports bar? Rows of bars offer their own sensations and are interesting to visit. Let’s explore the adrenaline of the sports bar in Seminyak to enjoy the many kinds of events in the evening.

Sea Vu Play Sports Bar Bali

One bar with a unique and attractive design. At the morning and afternoon, you can enjoy breakfast and lunch with a varied menu. By late afternoon, there will be many expat visits and tourists to enjoy the sunset and cold stars. Towards the evening, you can enjoy a naughty party for gays. If you see pirates partying on a boat, you will enjoy the feel and atmosphere of partying with pirates themed bars. Feeling the vibrate and excitement of seeing sports matches is clearly visible when the sports season arrives. The widescreen makes you satisfied to see your favorite sporting event.

Sports Bar Seminyak, Oberoi Area

Throughout the Oberoi area, there will be many rows of Balinese sports bars accompanied by average loud music. Sports season, you will only hear the shouts and roar of supporters of each of your favorite teams. Don’t hesitate to join so you don’t miss your favorite sports event.    Select the bar that provides promos when the sporting event takes place. Whether it’s free Bintang or free snacks, the point is to enjoy a Bali sports bar with expat or other tourists.

Don’t forget to visit various Bali sports bars in various areas, starting from Umalas, Canggu, which are popular for expats. In the area of Kuta, Legian, and its surroundings, you will find a club and sports bar Bali for your holiday pleasure.

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Starting Solo Travel in Asia: Which Country to Pick?

Which country you should go to? This is especially important especially when safety is your top consideration when solo traveling. Here are some of our top picks to serve as references to get an idea which country is the safest when it comes to solo traveling.

Country for solo travel in Asia

Taiwan

Taiwan has a low crime rate among developing nations. The crime rate is notably low in Taiwan.

Just like in Japan, you don’t have to worry about signs. They have everything with an English translation. It’s also easy to navigate your way around. A lot of restaurants have pictures of the food. It won’t be a hassle figuring things out here.

Public transportation is also very reliable. You don’t have to dig into your pocket to get a taxi. And for much of the time, you don’t have to worry about transportation. While I’d recommend Japan to anyone on their very first solo trip to Asia, Taiwan is a solid choice in itself.

Singapore

Arguably the most advanced developing country in Southeast Asia, Singapore is definitely one of the places you should visit when you’re traveling to the region. Singapore is home to an array of culture from Chinese, Malay, to Indian. As such, you’ll be spoilt for choice for these types of cuisines.

Japan

Japan is definitely one of the countries that always make it into the top list of the safest countries in the world. A country with one of the most comprehensive (albeit sometimes confusing) public transpiration in the world, it’s extremely easy to get around. It is by far, the most wonderful country to do solo traveling in, especially if you enjoy Japanese culture.

From fashion and the dizzying buzz of people in Tokyo—down to the many little Shinto temples in the peaceful countryside—Japan has it all. It certainly can be very isolating to go solo in Japan. So plan a meeting ahead in advance through travelers’ website such as Couchsurfing or join relevant facebook groups. It’s also helpful sometimes to stay at a hostel if you want more chance to talk to fellow travelers during your solo journey.

South Korea

South Korea is one of the places in Asia where media-influenced tourism is at its peaks. And it seemed that it will continue to be. But regardless of your reasons to visit South Korea, it is one of the best places to be when safety is of utmost importance.

Both the metropolis and the suburbs of South Korea are all easy to enjoy by travelers. Public transportation is generally available even to the more remote places. The people generally mind their own businesses, so standing out from being a Caucasian is generally not a problem here. Overall, the crime rate in South Korea is very low. You’ll be at ease in this country knowing that most people solo traveling have had great experiences in this country.

Bhutan

Largely unheard of, the Kingdom of Bhutan was an isolated nation not very long ago. Before the monarchs seek to become a member of the United Nation, next to no one know of its existence. Bhutan is an isolated country in almost every sense of the word. So why does this option a good one? The crime rate in Bhutan is very low compared to most developing countries. And to enter this country in the first place, you have to be accompanied by a licensed local tour guide throughout your trip. And people have been saying nothing but wonderful things about these local guides. If you have the budget and the grit to go solo to Bhutan, then go for it!

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Stay In 8 Bedroom Villa Bali

One of the best way for family or a group of traveler to stay in Bali is by renting the 8 bedroom villa at Seminyak.If that will be too many bedrooms, then you can try to get the 4, 5, 6, or 7 rooms and if that is too little, then you can get more up to 9,11, 13 and even more bedroom villa in Bali.

The distance from the main city of Denpasar to Seminyak is around 7 to 8 km that can be easily to be reached using taxi for about half an hour and will be faster than that when you are using the motor bike. But since you are in a group, the more people are with you, the bigger or more vehicles will be needed.

Sadly, it can be said that you can’t really find the public transport in Bali for now. So if you will be heading to Seminyak, you may rent your own car or getting taxi.

But, if that will be your visit and you have been reserved the 8 bedroom villa Bali before, you will be picked up by the villas guys if you have let them knew about your arrival before.

Anyway, if you have not been in Bali before, Seminyak itself is the village in Bali. But if you are looking and exploring closer, you will be known that it is the seaside tourist city in Bali where its location is close enough to the beach. If you are in luck, you may will get the beachfront or the ocean view 8 bedroom villa in Bali.

Stay in 8 bedroom villa Bali

There are some of the popular and luxury 8 bedroom villa you can rent in Bali. One of the place you could go is that the Hu’u Villas Bali where even though its location doesn’t makes it as the beachfront villa, but it will only takes about 3 minutes to the shoreline and beach by walking.

Pretty much closer and will really one of the best spot to enjoy the tropical nuances of the island.

There are also the other alternatives such as the Cantik Bali Villas, BaliVilla8, LakshmiVillas and many more options. Simply visit them one by one and see how many advantages that come along with the prices you are going to pay. It is better to directly see their offers through their own official sites even though you could also just visit the TripAdvisor, Booking and other reservation sites.

But if you are looking for the discounts and special offers, mostly all that villa managements will be published them all in the sites.

Reservation sites can still be used to overview each 8 bedroom villa Bali and in comparing the prices, etc.

Staying at the villa Bali with some amount of the bedroom numbers should also be considered about its outdoor and pool area. I think, I have got any single issue related to the indoor and all the stuffs, furnitures, amenities inside. But, I think that we should also considered that the exterior facilities are important, especially not only for your comfort but also your security as well.

The better the exterior in supporting your holiday in Bali, then that can be means that you are also having more fun and beautiful experiences of your stay. So with the otherwise. But it all will be your decision which are things that are important as your group accommodation in Bali.

Staying in a 8 bedroom villa Bali will be great if you are in a group of families or friends. There will be more people that you know in your trip and paying the accommodation can also be cheaper since everyone will be contributing in it. You will then could stay in more affordable Seminyak luxury accommodation and focusing on the better experiences that can make you happier in your trip in Bali.

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Hunting Halal Foods When Travelling in Lombok Island

Lombok is one of gorgeous islands in Indonesia which has attracted tourists all over the world. The raw beauty of the island has captivated many hearts. There are many gili or small islands amongst the main islands which can make you feel like having a private vacation on a secret island. However, it is not the only reason why Lombok is one of the most visited travel destination in Indonesia. Lombok has promoted halal tourism for years to provide safe and comfortable trip for Muslim travelers all over the world. Thus, it is easy to find halal foods when travelling to Lombok.

Authentic local halal foods to try when travelling to Lombok

If you are food lovers and cannot just travel without hunting down the local delicacies first then Lombok is the right destination to visit. There are authentic local dishes you can try while enjoying the beauty served by the nature. Besides, these dishes have halal label which can make Muslim travelers feel at ease enjoying their meals during their trip. Here are some of authentic local delicacies which are also halal, you can find when travelling in Lombok Island, Indonesia:

  • Ayam Taliwang is of course in the first place when it comes to Lombok’s signature cuisine. This is a spicy grilled chicken originally comes from Karang Taliwang Village in Lombok. It is made of chicken half cooked on the grill then removed and dipped in marinade of cooking oil and spicy sauce. The sauce itself is made of garlic, chili, and shrimp paste. It is then grilled again once the marinade sets. It is usually served with Plecing, Lombok salad made of boiled spinach or morning glory with tomato sauce and Sambal Beberuk. It is not a complete mission if you travel to Lombok without trying this authentic dish.
  • Babalung is next recommended local dish when you visit Lombok. It is usually served during celebration or parties. However, you can also order this dish in traditional dines or even five-star hotel in Lombok. It is dish with ribs as main star. This is soup based dish made of cow or goat ribs originally. The ribs are usually traditionally seasoned with various spices and herbs to make it taste and smell heavenly delicious. It is usually served with plain rice, a slice of lemon, and chops of chili pepper.
  • Satay Rembiga is Lombok’s version of skewer. Satay means skewer in Indonesian which has been one of the most iconic foods. Every region in Indonesia has different version of Satay. Lombok’s version is Satay Rembiga, which is made of seasoned grilled meat and served with rice. The taste is spicy and sweet. This dish originally comes from Rembiga Village in Selaparang, Lombok.
  • Ayam Balap Puyuh is Lombok’s authentic cuisine with chicken as the main star. It is originated from Puyung Village. This dish is a combination of rice, fried chicken, spicy shredded chicken, vegetables, fried soya bean, as well as fried seasoned grated coconut and chili paste. This is served on a banana leaf most of the times.
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How to Survive Travelling with Food Allergies

Travelling can be fun but it also opens many possible things including trigger your food allergies. There is high chance that you most likely have no idea what ingredients in your food served during your trip. Those who have food allergies often choose to stay at home to stay safe. Well, travelling is an option and everyone has the right to do it or not. However, food allergies shouldn’t limit or reduce happiness coming from travelling especially if it is what you like to do. What you need to do is not stop travelling but find a way to stay safe doing it even with your food allergies as your companion.

How to Survive Travelling with Food Allergies

Surviving food allergies while travelling

Many travelers who also have food allergies have proved that they can have fun during travelling and stay safe. Travelling with food allergies is not to be underestimated but it doesn’t mean you have to be so stress to think about it. Here are tips to survive from food allergies while travelling:

–        Make a research before going to your destination is the right thing to do. You can use apps on your phone to help you find safe things to eat or locate restaurants serving food for people with allergies.

–        Be more prepared before travelling. Some travelers may love spontaneous travel. However, it is not for travelers with food allergies. You should prepare everything you need related to your food allergies such as medication, first-aid kit, etc. Make sure to stock them in your bag before travelling so you can easily reach them in emergency.

–        If you are going to travel with friends, work mates, or families, make sure they are informed about your food allergies in advance. Therefore, it can prevent from unnecessary mishaps such as bringing you foods containing things that can trigger your allergies. Informing the will not make you look weak. Instead, they can help you just in case your allergies hit you during your trip.

–        Learn local language of your destination before. At least, you can learn simple words related to your food allergies such as what allergy is in the local language or what cashew in the local language is. Therefore, you can be more aware of what you are going to eat in your destination. You can also write a card saying about your food allergies in local language and show it to the server to inform the about your condition.

–        It is safer to bring your own snacks if you don’t want to deal with unknown snacks during your trip. Thus, you don’t have to wander around searching for snacks if your flight is delayed. Being ignorant of things you eat will only lead you to suffer.

–        It is highly advised to reach out to your airline in advance and let them informed about your food allergies. By speaking up, you can prevent from unnecessary mishaps. Airlines now are more versed in handling passengers with food allergies so you don’t hesitate to tell them about your condition.

 

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Surviving Safe Komodo Trip with School-Age Sized Kids

Komodo trip is no longer hidden gems amongst the most adventurous earth explorer. As this UNESCO’s protected site is enlisted on the New 7 Wonders of the World, Komodo National Park soon become Indonesia’s next Bali and now it attracts tourists of all ages. Today, lots of families are excited to take their children to see the raw and enchanting land of Komodo. With so much things to explore, Komodo will never be a bore in the eyes of young kids!

As much interesting as it seems, however, Komodo has never enlisted as true child-friendly destination, if not at all. Accommodation might have evolved, but the prehistoric Komodo dragons don’t. The rough terrains at surrounding islands stay the same (a relieve!) and that means a challenging adventure for both you and your kids.

Surviving Safe Komodo Trip with School-Age Sized Kids

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So before you go, here are few preparation to ensure a safe and equally exciting Komodo trip with your kiddos.

Sounding First

Do try sounding to your kids days or even weeks before departing. They might get overtly excited to finally be able to see the real, living “dragons” with their own eyes, but they need to exhibit certain behaviours while exploring the dragon’s lair. Do talk to them what they can and cannot do during a dragon hunting (e.g; touching the dragons, getting way too close, wandering off from parents’ watch, standing on the tip of the boat, etc). Let them know how fascinating the dragons are and how dangerous they are in the same time.

Most Komodo trip will likely involve multiple day sailing with liveaboard boats. If you are travelling with liveaboard, give your kids a picture of how living in liveaboard looks like and what they should not do in the boat.

Encourage Curiosity, Discourage Lone Exploration

Lone exploration might make kids feel like embarking on their little Indiana Jones expedition, especially in places as raw as Komodo. Jagged island with stone mountain, high rising palm lontar trees, and thick bushes, Komodo’s landscape is giving off thick Jurassic-like vibes that will make any kids lost in adventure. While it’s good to stimulate children’s curiosity, creativity, and overall mental abilities, it’s important to stress this strict rule to kids: never wander in Komodo Island without adults and always ask parents’ permission before doing anything. As a good predator as they are, Komodo’s camouflage skills is very impressive and they are known to ambush their prey from a perfectly hidden spot. 

Do Exercise with Your Kids; Stroller is Not Recommended

Komodo National Park is a rough terrain. The islands are naturally left wild—dusty, rocky, and wavy—with no paved paths. Strollers are practically useless, they can snap in a split of second in such terrain. Tell your kids that they’ll need to walk a long way and do a lot of hike during their trip in Komodo, and they can’t use the stroller given of the condition. Before going to Komodo, spare some time with your kids to do exercise together and train their muscles (and yours, too).

While it’s time for land exploration, prepare to go as light as possible; only carry the most essential needs and leave less necessary things in the boat. You gonna need your hands and shoulder to carry them along, eventually.

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Snacking Healthy on the Go: Yummy Without Feeling Guilty!

It seemed to be a predicament I’ve always found myself in—getting hungry in the midst of a walk through the buzzing city of faraway lands, or a rumbling stomach in the midst of feeling the sand on my toes. Flocking to the nearest convenience store in search for some bread and maybe some potato chips is highly tempting. But this has gone far too often and seriously, I needed to take a grip and do something about this craving. Of course the obvious answer is bringing a snack on my own. But what are the options that I’d actually enjoy?

Dark chocolate

Apples and Pears

These fruits last longer compared to say, banana. Bringing the food who is the best way to ensure it will last throughout the day—they could even last through 4 days or more without refrigeration. If you have time and willing to prepare your snacks for ease of eating though, you can chop your fruits into thick slices and keep them inside an airtight container. These fruits are great source of carbohydrate that will energize you throughout your travel. And most importantly, they’re delicious!

Dark chocolate

Not just any chocolate. Most of over the counter chocolates you can find are filled with just sugar. Ideally, pick one with cocoa content above 85%. These babies are hella delicious and filling. Just two bars of 100 gr dark chocolate can last you from breakfast to lunch, probably beyond.

Dried fruits

Raisins stay at the top of my favorite for dried fruits. You can find plenty of these at home or at the local supermarket or cake ingredients stores at your destination. Dried blackberry, dried blueberries, cherries, cantaloupe, you name it! Another popular option for dried fruit is dates. Thick and sweet and one piece is larger than the other options listed above. Yum!

Granola bars

Sounds very millennial-esque. But these bars are gaining popularity with the millennials not without a reason! Chock-full with nutrients and a very quick snack for people on the go, these bars are deemed super efficient. Grains are high in fiber. And granola bars are often combined with dried fruits for flavoring. However it’s noteworthy that many granola bars out there are nothing more than a “glorified candybar” as TIME.com noted. Make sure to pay attention to the labels. Take note of the sugar content! And protein powders is superficial, and may not provide you with the whole range of energy you may need.

Greek Yogurt

This one is a bit tricky as you may need some form of refrigeration if you want it to last. However, it’s generally fine if you simply need something to last you from breakfast to lunch, for instance. You can also get an ice gel pack and keep them inside a thermal container. Greek yogurt is known to have more nutrient content compared to the regular yogurt. It’s so much more dense and has much less liquid compared to the regular yogurt. It’s chock-full with proteins and the good bacteria for your healthy probiotic intake that benefit your digestive system. It’s also a highly versatile snack that can be enjoyed with the fruits or bread, or virtually anything you decide to bring with you!

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