Travel Resources

Love to travel, but planning a trip gives you a headache?

I hear you. You have never been there, how can it be easy?

The more you travel, the savvier you will get. It takes practice. Get your planning going with my favorite go-to travel tools in this page. These are the reliable resources I always use to plan my trip.

The Louvre Museum in Paris | Chloe's Travelogue

Flights & Transportations

Google Flights

Find the best flight deals and track prices. You can set up to receive an email alert to get the best deal. Search “anywhere” to discover a destination. 

Compare and book the best transportation option in Europe and North America: trains, buses, flights, ferries, rental cars, and airport transfers.


RailEurope sells train and bus tickets in 15,000 cities across 28 European countries. It is a useful site to know to get Eurail Passes, which usually saves you money if you want to visit more than 3 countries.

Rails in East Asia

Similarly, you can book discounted rail passes for foreign travelers in East Asia. High-speed rail is my first choice of transportation to travel between cities. They are super convenient, clean and safe!

Notre-Dame in Paris | Chloe's Travelogue

Useful Apps

Google Maps

I love Google maps! It is the best tool that is not only useful for navigating in a foreign country but also for creating a bucket list. Whenever I read travel articles or find a new place of interest on Instagram, I save it on my Google Maps. I organize them by category, such as restaurants, coffee/tea houses, museums, etc.

Explore Google Maps


TripIt helps organize my itinerary. Simply forward your flight and hotel confirmation. And the app organizes all your travel details in one place.

Explore TripIt


Booking is a valuable resource for finding the best hotels and deals worldwide, especially for Europe and North America. Sign up to unlock rewards and discounts.


Agoda has a solid inventory of accommodations in Asia and beyond. I usually find great deals on hotels and B&Bs in Asia, some of which are not listed on other booking sites.

Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor provides tons of honest reviews for hotels, tours, attractions, and things to do. I check honest reviews and unfiltered photos by fellow travelers before booking hotels and tours. ​

Plum Guide

Plum Guide curates the most impressive homes worldwide that are expert-vetted and carefully selected for travelers to stay at. I love to browse their new collections and daydream.

Tours & Activities

Get Your Guide 

Get Your Guide offers a collection of top-rated tours, attractions, excursions and activities in the world’s most popular destinations. I often score discounted tickets or hot deals for Europe and North AmericaExplore Get Your Guide 


Klook is a travel platform offering incredible deals on tours, attractions, excursions, activities, cars and hotels. While it covers popular cities in Europe, North America and Oceania, its best offerings are in Asia. I often use Klook to book transportation, SIM card, activities, etc.  Explore Klook 

Go City

Go City exclusively offers city passes that give tourists access to top attractions, museums, activities, tours and day trips for one low price. Savings can be up to 55% compared to buying separate tickets. If you are visiting any city for the first time, I recommend looking into city passes.  Explore Go City 

Busan Haedong Yonggungsa | Chloe's Travelogue


Viator is a popular travel booking site with 300,000+ experiences to explore. It sometimes lists unique travel activities other operators don’t offer. I like its free cancellation policy, reserve now & pay later options to keep my plan flexible.  Explore Viator


Tiqets is an online booking platform for museums and attractions. It is a fantastic place to find discounted tickets to cultural experiences you can’t find in other online resources.  Explore Tiqets

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