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Mui Ne among top 11 tech-free paradises

(15:20:21 PM 11/07/2015)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - The US online newspaper, Huffington Post, has cited Mui Ne among top 11 stunning places without Wi-Fi that visitors can actually enjoy the view.

 Mui Ne among top 11 tech-free paradises

 

According to the website, travel is healthy because it helps us unplug, open our minds and break away from the burnout that so often gets us into a rut.

 

“But unfortunately, even when the average American manages to get away from the desk for a rare vacation, it's almost impossible to unplug: a 2014 survey found that 42% of employees feel obligated to check their work email while on vacation.”, says the Huffington Post.

 

The newspaper said that these are ideal places for a digital detox, because they have either limited Wi-Fi connectivity or none at all.

 

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