Category: Asia Travel

Asia Travel Made Simple

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Jun 17, 2013
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Asia Travel Made Simple

Asia is the biggest continent on planet Earth and it hosts about 60% of world’s current population. Many people from United States and Europe are fond of exploring Asian countries since their culture drastically differs from what they are used to.

The largest continent has a rich history and diverse cultures and religions, which means there are many ancient cities and temples that you can explore. When it comes to Asia travel...

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Chiang Mai, Thailand – Historic Sites and Great Thai Food – An Asia Travel Jewel

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May 23, 2013
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Chiang Mai, Thailand – Historic Sites and Great Thai Food – An Asia Travel Jewel

The winner of the 2012 Traveler’s Choice Award, given by TripAdvisor, and awarded completely based on the votes of guests who have visited there, Chiang Mai, Thailand is the most culturally important and largest city in Northern Thailand, and sits among Thailand's tallest mountains. If you want to experience the very best of Asian culture and beauty, put Chiang Mai at the top of your Asia travel list.

Visit The Old City, firs...

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Vietnam – Best Cities to Visit on Your Asia Travel Adventure

May 23, 2013
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Vietnam – Best Cities to Visit on Your Asia Travel Adventure

Rugged mountains, picturesque national parks, vibrant cities, and one of the finest cuisines in the world await your arrival in Vietnam, as you journey on your Asia travel holiday.

While history hails you at every turn in Vietnam, the modern world of Vietnam is constantly moving and growing. Here is a traveler's sightseeing list of the "Where’s" and "Whys" of the bustling country of Vietnam:

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Xi’an, China – 7000 Soldiers Strong – A Unique Asia Travel Journey

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May 23, 2013
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Xi’an, China – 7000 Soldiers Strong – A Unique Asia Travel Journey

A trip to China is really not complete unless you include Xian's most unique historical site in your Asia travel journey. It is one ancient city that can’t be missed. Stand in awe as you try to imagine the endless number of hours that were spent creating some 7000 terracotta soldiers that make up the Terracotta Army that stand erect (inside the Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum - wikipedia.org/wiki/Xi'an). Believed to have been built in 210 B.C. and discovered in 1974, th...

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