Are you also hooked to the mobile? You are not the only one! In fact, many of us spend the day watching messages, emails and social networks, something that, according to experts, is not good for our mental health. Therefore, it is not a bad idea that you consider a getaway to take a break from the digital world.
As they explain from KayakTraveling to corners that offer digital detoxification is increasingly fashionable among Spaniards, something that is not surprising when you consider that it is a way of traveling that allows you to disconnect and enjoy the little things. To inspire us, the portal has compiled a list of the top 10 destinations that offer the most hotels without Wi-Fi connection. Do you want to know them?
Cuba is, without a doubt, the paradise of digital disconnection. Specifically, we want to highlight Havana, which has very limited network access. In fact, 98% of the hotels in the city do not offer Wi-Fi connection. So, here you can forget about the Internet and focus on discovering this capital with a lot to offer: The Malecon, Old Havana, the Cathedral of San Cristóbal, salsa, the outdoor bazaars ...
You can also digitally detoxify in numerous Asian destinations. In Manila, for example, they do not offer Wi-Fi connection in 27% of their hotels. The impressive Philippine capital encompasses six cities and twelve towns. The area stands out walled, which preserves old dungeons and powder magazines, in addition to housing theaters and art galleries.
In Seoul, the capital of South Korea, they also do not offer Wi-Fi in 27% of the hotels. And that the city is the cradle of several companies technological innovative. And we must not forget that it is the cultural and business nucleus of the country. In fact, skyscrapers stand out above Buddhist temples.
You can also disconnect in Beijing, where 24% of hotels do not offer Internet connection. The capital of China is characterized by being a city of contrasts. In fact, modern skyscraper combine with small traditional houses.
We are still in Asia to tell you about Tokyo, which also does not offer Wi-Fi in 24% of its hotels. Here the tradition it competes with pop culture. This way, you can worship the ancient temples and then attend a party in a karaoke bar.
In New Delhi they also do not offer Internet connection in 24% of the hotels, making it also an ideal destination to disconnect. In this complex city, the cows They roam the shanty streets. The Red Fort and the Chandni Chowk stand out.
We return to China to tell you about Shanghai, which does not offer Wi-Fi connection in 24% of the hotels. It is not only the largest city in the country, but also the most cosmopolitan. In fact, it offers the traveler the opportunity to experience the past, the present and the future.
We moved to the African continent to tell you about Marrakech, the capital from Morocco, which is eighth on the Kayak list. And it is that 23% of its hotels do not offer Internet connection to their guests. If you have the opportunity to travel to this city, we recommend you take a look at our article “4 things you cannot miss in Marrakech”.
We also have to talk about Kuala Lumpur, where 19% of hotels do not offer Wi-Fi. And this is a super city modern. In fact, here are the iconic Petronas Towers, the tallest twin towers in the world. Of course, it also houses the oldest Hindu temple in Malaysia.
Finally, we must talk about Hanoi, where 19% of hotels do not offer Wi-Fi. The capital of Vietnam is lovely, preserving its old quarter, its colonial architecture and its monuments, although it also houses modern buildings.
How a digital detox vacation benefits you and your kids l GMA (December 2020)
- Hanoi, Kuala Lumpur, Havana, Manila, Marrakech, New Delhi, Beijing, Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo