1. Traveling long distances, carrying a backpack will be much more convenient than a suitcase. Don't expect the roads in all places to be quite smooth, and it is impossible to have elevators in all places where you live. Carrying a backpack will make it easier for you to move.
2. Take the lead in understanding local prices and make money preparations (with more reserves to avoid unexpected situations). Basically help yourself plan the amount of money available each day, and the reserve is for all that you can't expect.
3. Don't overfill the planning itinerary and give yourself more flexibility. It doesn't matter if you want to go alone when you travel, but if you travel with friends, don't overstrip your trip so that one of them wants to stay somewhere longer, or suddenly there are other places you want to go.
4. Don't load the bag as little as possible. For example, if you are not sure if you want to bring two or three pieces of trousers, it will definitely make you feel grateful.
5.Bring a neck pillow will make you sleep more comfortably while moving. There must be a lot of long-distance travel when you want to take a ride. If you don’t have a neck pillow, you don’t know where to put it. Sleeping well is one of the most important things in your trip.
6. Put the toothbrush, strips of toothpaste and small towels on the carry-on baggage, which will make you feel clean and spirited when you get off the plane. Long-distance flights are definitely tormented! Every time I get off the machine, I will only look tired and tired, but with a towel, brushing your teeth will definitely make you feel a lot more comfortable.
7. Remember to spread the money and credit card. If you happen to meet the pickpocket, at least the rest of the money can be used.
8. In countries with poor public security, you can buy a hidden pocket to hide your money and passport in your clothes, or you can avoid the possibility of missing important items in your pocket when the rider comes and goes.
9. Keep important documents in your carry-on baggage and copy another copy of the suitcase to prevent you from having spare files when you are missing.
10. If you have a confirmed itinerary or place to stay, remember to leave a message to your family or friends in advance so that you can feel more at ease and enjoy peace of mind.
11. The clothes don't need to be complicated and gorgeous. A pair of good shoes is the most important. Don't think about any clothes to bring with you. In the end, you will still find that just like wearing them in your own home, the shoes that are good to go are the key to accompanying you through this trip.
12. Search for local cultural practices or possible conditions before you leave. A preliminary understanding will make your first self-help trip more reassuring. Some general understandings, such as which areas of a city are more dangerous, and those gestures are rude in the local area, so as not to be mistaken for taboos.
13. Take some simple stomach medicines and painkillers to avoid discomfort (but don't take too much because you are too worried). In foreign countries, it is more likely to be unacceptable, and a little stomach medicine will help you through the days when you first get used to it.
14. Bring a book on your body, sleep on a night or a long-distance mobile bus will be your best companionship. This kind of moment can be accompanied by words, not only to precipitate the soul, but also to drive away the lonely.
15. Don't forget to bring a voltage converter and adapter. Electricity is too important! Forgetting to bring it is just to add trouble to yourself.