iPad + iPad Charger. If you plan to edit videos on your iPad the newest Pro has been upgraded to make it possible.
Tripod. Try to find one that is stable, so you don't tip over your camera. The Amazon 60" basic tripod is the one I have, it's not that steady when you have it elevated. Sometimes I like to attach a backpack in the middle to ground it.
Gorilla Pod I prefer to bring this over a tripod to save space. It's pricey but can hold a big lens.
Phone Bluetooth Clicker (remote that connects to your phone to take photos so you don’t have to use the timer.) I bring two because somehow I always loose one of them.
Indonesia – Universal Adapter. You can buy them for $2 at any local convenient store instead of paying $20 on Amazon. Thailand uses the same as Canada, you won't need an adapter.
SSD Portable External Hard Drive to load all of your travel video's and photo's on to. SAMSUNG SSD, SEGATE SSD. (HDD easily break, although they are cheaper it's not with the risk of loosing everything. I broke one in the past and lost a year of content work.) HDD break easily because they have a disk that spins while plugged into your computer, if you even slightly knock it over it will most likely break. SSD do not have spinning disks.
Try to bring neutral colour clothing, you can then create multiple outfits out. I'm currently working on my Basic Travel Wardrobe Capsule Blog Post. I also bring one bold colour long dress or flowy skirt for photos. Pick a simple cut and you can then change the colour of the dress in Picsart. For example your red dress can turn into a blue dress. I will post a tutorial later on for this!
Simple Tee (White, Black, Tan, or Cream), Oversized Tee,
Cropped Shirt (Aritzia Sculpt knit is one of my favourites),
Dress (Midi dress, and a long dress for pictures which you can pick both up in the local markets),
Optional: White Button Down,
Undergarments 98% or 100% Cotton,
Flip Flops or Sandals,
Beauty + Medical
What To Bring:
Contacts + Contact Solution + Contact Case,
Hair comb or brush,
Foldable Tooth Brush,
Toothpaste (cheaper in Asia and they have cinnamon and coconut flavours),
Nytol, Gravol, Imodium, Pepto, Allergy (optional)
If You Bring Prescription Medication Read My Other Packing List Blog HERE about the requirements in Indonesia.
You can purchase almost everything on the list in Asia. The list includes everything Joe and I used all the way to the end of the trip. We eliminated lots throughout so this guide should help you stray away from over packing.