How Safe is it to travel in Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, China and the rest of Asia? Posted on April 25, 2019 \China\ asia chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas indonesia Lanka las vegas hotels private jet rental property rest safe Sri thailand travel travel vlog vacation 7 thoughts on “How Safe is it to travel in Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, China and the rest of Asia?” I really did enjoy this video. It gave me some insight into what to do when you’re traveling through and Jean or anywhere else for that matter. I know given that I live in the US I’m always aware of my surroundings whether I’m in my hometown or I’m going as far as Los Angeles for which I lived in California for three years and school 13 years ago. I always feel that you have to be cautious where you’re going and be aware of what’s around you because you just don’t now. I’ve never been months personally but I know people that have been disabled and non-disabled. And it is a scary sight when you’re not in control of your surroundings and what’s going on around you. However I love to travel I think the most interesting experience I ever had was when I went to Toronto Canada for my senior trip 20 years ago when I was in high school and I was trying to use my key card to get back into my hotel room and because I couldn’t see the little light to let me know that the door was open. I had to use my broken French to communicate with a French man who helped me get back into my room that was the most interesting experience I had as a traveler today. But I was able to use my broken French in order to communicate in the person understood me. Which was a good thing for me at the time.Reply Yes agree, Asia is pretty safe the most dangerous is the traffic though, se/Asians suck at driving unfortunaly 🙀Reply So in summary, outside adult nightlife areas mostly very safe and taxi drivers can be dicks.I'd agree with that.Reply Hong Kong, at least, is safe to the point of boredom. It's probably the number one cause of death. In Thailand I was "attacked" by a kid with a water gun and I blessed him for the assault. The most dangerous moment was in China, traveling with a taxi driver with a driving license from a pack of noodles. But overall, I feel very safe.Reply Intrusive interruptionsDisagreement: jumps in to voice a different opinion.Floor taking: takes over the conversation, but stays on the same subject.Topic change: cuts in to change the subject.Summarisation: paraphrases the speaker’s point, often minimising it.Cooperative interruptionsAgreement: shows support or elaborates on the speaker’s idea.Assistance: provides a word or phrase the speaker was searching for.Clarification: asks for an explanation of something just said.Reply Respect = Respect 🙂Reply Nice vid guysReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.