Travel research is my go-to tool as a business traveler

Since Donald Trump took office, the U.S. travel market has been volatile, with many potential travelers changing their plans due to uncertainty over travel restrictions and restrictions.

The tough environment has already forced some global destinations into emergency measures. However, with many of the Trump travel restrictions being repealed and the U.S. easing its visa-waiver program in some cases, 2017 should see a clear signal in terms of whether it was a bump or a bumpup.

My ideal travel destination on a budget is Riu, Bermuda.

Therefore, travel research is a must. In the time of uncertainty I want the freedom of choice when I travel.

I travel a lot for research and for meeting with trusted business partners and strategic partners. Besides travel research, I would also like to explore top cities and host the necessities to any project.

To give you some context, here are the top 10 best-rated travel destinations in the world, according to the 2017 Travellers’ Choice Awards:

1. France

2. Japan

3. Spain

4. Costa Rica

5. The United States

6. Thailand

7. Mexico

8. Canada

9. United Arab Emirates

10. Mexico

While it is nice to explore some less-explored spots, I prefer to really get lost. I guess that’s what Europe’s best travelers do!

Of course, the major regions I would visit would be the U.S., Europe, Japan and Thailand. However, I would also visit some obscure places like Vietnam and Vietnam’s neighbors including Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.

I’d certainly want to visit Vietnam. It’s a country with so much in its favor. The good weather is consistent year-round, there’s ample surfing, plentiful sea food, enough nightlife, great art and fashion, and incredibly wealthy cultural landscape.

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