Asia Archive

Must-see Places to Visit in Indonesia

Indonesia is a sprawling and diverse country, made up of a whopping 17,000 individual islands. With so many places to explore, it’s difficult to know where to start. Should you head to all the favourite spots that everyone else raves about? Or should you seek out the quiet and tranquil places, unspoilt by thousands of […]

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China’s Top Five Destinations for 2016

Image by The China Travel Company  China was originally known as the sleeping giant. However as years gone by, it slowly awakened and found herself among the list of the most visited countries in the world. The country has opened its doors to tourists and boasted some of the grandest and majestic tourist spots you’ll […]

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What is it like to take a Trans-Siberia Railway Trip?

Read on to learn more about what you might see on your journey with Trans-Siberian Railway. When travelling by rail between such diverse countries as China, Mongolia, and Russia, there is all sorts of historically unique architecture and natural scenery to observe. Here’s a sneak-peak of 5 of the travel highlights from riding with the […]

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Awesome Things You Must-Do When Visiting Indonesia

Indonesia consists of a large group of islands, situated on the south-east coast of Asia. It’s part of an area known as the ‘ring of fire’ because the area is a hotbed of volcanic activity. There are approximately 120 active volcanoes scattered across the islands of Indonesia. This makes it a popular tourist attraction for […]

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6 Places in India to Explore and Enjoy with Your Family

From the southern tip of Kanyakumari, right up to the towering Himalayas, India is a traveler’s paradise. At any time of the year, you can pack your bags and set out on a journey that will enrich your body and soul. Unlike many of the other global tourist destinations, India is extremely family friendly. From […]

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5 Must-visit spots in the South of Sri Lanka

The south of Sri Lanka is home to endless sleepy traditional towns where the daily rural life of the local villagers and farmers take place beneath the leafy palm trees, in between the lush emerald forests and coconut plantations and alongside the pristine white sandy coastline. The south of Sri Lanka used to be known […]

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