Arriving in a new city just got really simple with Landed - our new app!

These are exciting times at Triposo. A month back we launched Walter, a one of a kind travel compass app. Now, we are proud to present our next innovation, Landed - the world’s first arrival app! Landed is the only app you need to get off to a great start in a new city. Read on to know more.

The Landed story

It all began when one Tripster was making his way from Thailand to Berlin last month. He had backpacked through 13 countries when he realized his arrival routine was stuck on repeat. No matter where he went, he …

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Yuxiangrousi is in the App Store - a bright new look & exciting features!

We are so excited to announce that the newest version of our iOS app just hit the App Store. If you follow us on Facebook, you know we’re an eclectic team of travel addicts and food lovers. That’s why we name all our versions after exotic dishes. Can you believe we are already at letter Y? This release is named after Yuxiangrousi - a bold, spicy and flavorful Chinese stir fry dish. Much like the dish, this release is Y-U-M-M-Y! We’ve got a fresh new look and some amazing features we can’t wait to tell you about …

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Introducing Walter - Your Smart Travel Compass

The story behind Walter

Last week we got together at our quarterly Jamboree in Berlin - a much anticipated week of brainstorming, coding and exploring. We were sitting around the sofa sipping German beer and chatting about innovative ways to improve travel experiences, when a new idea arose, “Let’s create a beer radar!”.

Like most beer-induced brainstorms, we laughed at the idea and moved on. A few hours later, we revisited the concept. We all agreed that finding local places to eat and drink in a new destination is difficult. The world needed a simpler tool to help find nearby …
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Destination of the Week - Hoi An

Hoi An

Hoi An may be small but that doesn’t make it any less spectacular to visit. It’s Old Town is a UNESCO Heritage site and displays a variety of influences corresponding from the beautiful Japanese Covered Bridge, Chinese Temples to the Museum of Folk Culture. The Old Town may be filled with plenty of shops catering to the western budget, but the atmosphere alone is well worth the time spent walking around the streets. Visit the Phung Hung House, a traditional two-story wooden house that has been inhabited for over 100 years by 8 different generations, stop …
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Destination of the Week - Singapore


This former British trading colony has become one of the most prosperous countries in the world and also has one of the world’s busiest ports. High-rising modern skyscrapers meet 24-hour coffee shops in a blend of traditional and new, Chinese, Malay and Indian influences in this metropolis in the heart of Southeast Asia.

For many, Singapore’s Chinatown is the place to head with it’s restored shophouses popular with both locals and expats. Those looking to take advantage of the shopping paradise that is Singapore should definitely head to Orchard Road for miles of malls. For a …
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Destination of the Week - Avignon


One of Provence’s most important cities, Avignon’s old world charm is infectious on many levels. One of the city’s most majestic landmarks, Le Palais des Papes, is also the largest Gothic building in the world. It was built as a direct result of the corruption of Rome when the Popes fled to Avignon in the 14th century. Even older is the famous bridge Le Pont d'Avignon or Le Pont Saint-Bénezet, believed to have been built when a local shepherd, inspired by angels, quickly built the bridge as a result of divine will.

A quintessential part …
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Destination of the Week - Malacca


Once the capital of the ancient Malay kingdom and now a joint UNESCO Heritage Site along with George Town, Malacca has been influenced by the Portuguese, Dutch and even British, making it a vibrant and culturally diverse place to visit. From its old colonial charm to Chinese temples, museums that vary from an actual Peranakan heritage town house to maritime artifacts, there’s no shortage of activities in Malacca. Head to the Portuguese settlement and get a peek inside the wooden houses that look more like their Portuguese counterparts than Malaysian residences. Visit the Padang Kemunting Sea-Turtle Sanctuary to …
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We just released a new version of our iOS app, which is fully optimized for iOS 9. The new Triposo app adapts to all screen sizes and orientation. It's especially cool if you use Triposo on an iPad.

The new version also brings you a feature that may look smaller, but which gives you a glimpse of where we are going with Triposo. We recently raised a new round of financing, and with this money we will be adding a new way to arrange your trip to Triposo. We're adding chat functionality that connects you with a local …

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Destination of the Week - Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh

Cambodia’s capital might still be a bit rough around the edges but this former ‘Paris of the East’ has plenty worth exploring. There are a number of French colonial buildings around the city and while many are in various states of decay, the Grand Post Office Building, Central Market and Raffles Le Royal still retain their splendor. For a taste of Asian architecture, visit the Royal Palace or the beautiful Wats in town. Rent a bike and explore the waterside or even take a cruise along the Mekong. Whether you’re en route to Angkor Wat, Bangkok …
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Destination of the Week - Pattaya


Pattaya is familiar to many as one of the party capitals of Thailand. This seaside resort is easily accessible from Bangkok and it’s abundance of bars and clubs has made this a nightlife go-to spot for years. If a wild nightlife is what you’re after, then look no further than Pattaya Beach, as this is the center of the action. However, if you want to explore more, Pattaya has plenty to offer. Wong Phra Chan Beach is Pattaya Beach’s peaceful cousin and if you’re looking to relax, this is the place to head. Visitors can …
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