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Hill tribe silver jewelry from northern Thailand  by: Susi at Jewelry Crossings
Hill tribe silver jewelry from northern Thailand, though hundreds of years old in its distinct design, works well accessorizing even the most up-to-date fashion trend. Hill tribe bracelets, for..
Tourist attraction's in Dhaka - Bangladesh  by: Gaurav Ks
At first impression, Dhaka is a typically modern Third World capital with wide boulevards and cement-block towers, everything laid out in orderly fashion but in rapid states of decline. But on..
A Trip To Vung Tau - Modern Vietnam is a nice place to visit and you wouldn't mind staying there for  by: Tony Wells
Being an American and growing up during the Vietnam War era, I always wanted to see what the post war Vietnam was like now a days. During the Vietnam war I was to young to be drafted but I clearly..
A quick look @ Singapore  by: vividehaha
How to Get Immunizations for Indonesia  by: Collaborator
Travel to Indonesia can pose some health risks to Westerners who have never been exposed to the disease threats in that region of the world. Before you go to Indonesia, you should make an appointment..
Bali Surf  by: jcnh74
Destinations And Places You Must See In Dhaka  by: marea jane
Dhaka is known as the producer of the finest "muslin" in the world, which is a kind of cotton fabric that is finely woven, used to make dresses, curtains and other clothing materials.The country..
Ho chi minh Vietnam  by: koyadidi
Hong Kong - History in a Nutshell  by: Francis Murphy
In Mandarin, Hong Kong means "fragrant harbour", evoked by its location as one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world. However, the name Hong Kong is derived from the Cantonese..
Vietnam  by: DrMoffet
Cambodia Mix  by: aboveangkor
Hiking in Vietnam  by: JessicaAckerman
Hiking in Vietnam, or "trekking" as it's commonly referred to, is a great way to spend some enjoyable time absorbing the country's beauty and culture. Vietnam is a very beautiful country, full of..
Far Flung In The Far East: 5 Must See Cities  by: Laura Dubois
Singapore This tiny blip of a country sits on the tip of Malay Peninsula punches well above its weight when it comes to money, lifestyle and shopping. Singapore’s economy currently ranks as..
Interview: Dr. Arya Goes Trekks Through Nepal - His Most Intense Travel Experience Ever  by: Susanne Pacher
I have written about my dentist before who is a really cool guy. Not only is he a dentist, but he is also a practicing lawyer. More than that he is also a world traveller and an active global..
National highway #1 SE of Phnom Penh  by: KY Geologist
National highway #1 SE of Phnom Penh - Koyun in front and remorque behind
Your Travel Destination Shall Be Cebu, Philippines  by: Kim Hald
That may be a presumptuous statement to make but after reading this article thoroughly, there’s a good chance that you’d agree to make that statement as well. But first, let’s get down to the..
Cost-free attractions in Kuala Lumpur  by: Travel Expert
Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia is an amazing city to visit, whenever you’re thinking about an Asian vacation. Cool, full of activities and entertaining, all travelers will surely enjoy..
Sentral Station, Kuala Lumpur  by: Ronan Menton
All of the rail systems of Kuala Lumpur are joined to Sentral Station, a state of the art railway center which is astounding for both its simple thinking, beautifully designed marble floors and..
Vietnam: The Cultural Odyssey of South East Asia  by: Christine Macguire
Vietnam is a culturally diversified nation with 54 ethnic groups with multiple customs and traditions. Although Vietnamese culture was strongly influenced by traditional Chinese civilization, the..
Interesting Information About Kathmandu Nepal  by: Danielle Redsmith Ross
Kathmandu may be the largest and capital town of Nepal. It sits about the Kathmandu Valley in addition to two other cities, Patan and Bhaktapur. Besides being the center of government and commerce,..
How to Rent Villas in Bali, Indonesia  by: Charong Chow
Tourists flock to the island of Bali, on Western Indonesia. Influenced by Chinese and Indian culture, Bali was once a Dutch colony. During WWI, the island was occupied by the Japanese. Today, Bali..
Shopping in Myanmar  by: Serena Zhu
In recent years shopping in Myanmar has become much easier. Currency exchange restrictions have become freer and shopping is a real pleasure. But where to shop and what to buy? There are the usual..
Resources: Flights To Kathmandu  by: Jennifer
http://www.skyscanner.net/flights-to/in/cheap-flights-to-india.html and http://www.flights2india.co.uk/ are also good for comparison of ticket prices.
Delhi- A City Of Countless Wonders  by: Adam Singleton
As the second largest metropolis in India, Delhi has a vast amount to explore. From its rich history and culture to truly thrilling seasonal attractions, anyone who visits Delhi is sure to come away..
Visiting Singapore on a Budget  by: Alyssa Davis
Compared to the surrounding area, visiting Singapore can seem quite expensive. The prices you'll find in Singapore are probably closer to what you'd expect to find in the United States, so visiting..
Malaysian Language and Malay  by: Wan Yee
The identity of the national language in Malaysia is an ongoing debate. Is it the Malay language or, the Malaysian language? Is Malay language the same as the Malaysian language? A close inspection..
Very Ancient Origins to Tropical Agriculture  by: Robin Day B.Sc. MSc. B.Ed.
Researched and wrote this draft article while living in Asia. Readers may find it interesting. The Very Ancient Origins of Tropical Agriculture New theories find fertile ground (Rural Delivery..
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