Travel Tips: Blending in While Traveling Abroad

I couldn’t have written it better myself, so why don’t you check it out on their blog:

How to Blend in Abroad: Tips To Avoid Looking and Acting Like A Tourist

In (most parts of) China you obviously won’t be mistaken for a local (unless you’re ethnically Asian), but I still slipped through most days unnoticed (or at least un-goggled at).  Wear minimalist and appropriate clothing, avoid bright visors and obnoxious baseball caps, shower, go for shoulder bags over back packs, and act like you belong where you are.

In short, avoid the following looks:


They title their picture “what not to wear” (

Unless you’re actually in China, of course. Then you’ll blend right in.


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