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Category Archive: Asia

Asia

May 23

Bali Cultural Differences = Attitude Adjustment Time

They say that the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. One of the first steps in our travel life occurred when we moved to Indonesia in 2010. Everything was different in Bali – not just the food and language – and all the cultural differences took some getting used to.

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May 09

7 Days in Siem Reap: A One-Week Itinerary

When it comes to travel planning, my job is to research what to see and Dan handles the bookings. Until Cambodia. Dan had been wanting to see Angkor Wat for such a long time that I asked him to plan the entire Siem Reap itinerary.

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Apr 25

Taiwan Layover Itinerary: One Day in Taipei, 8 Sights

If you have ever flown overseas, you may recall how incredibly boring and uncomfortable the trip can be. We have found that the best way to survive a long trip is to schedule a long layover midway through the trip. Get out of the airport, stretch your legs, and see a new place for a …

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Apr 18

20 Photos of Nan Lian Garden to Inspire You to Visit Hong Kong

Nan Lian Garden is a short walk from the Diamond Hill MTR stop and gets you away from the hustle and bustle of busy, noisy Kowloon. This tiny space of beauty, harmony and seclusion boasts of the perfectly laid out Chinese garden but hides what I see as the best reason to visit: photography.

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Mar 28

7 Unique and Alternative Things to Do in Bangkok

Bangkok is one of the world’s most exciting and beautiful cities. It’s full of historic attractions, culinary delights and great places to shop. Along with the popular temples, palaces and other popular attractions, the capital of Thailand also has many hidden and less obvious things to see.

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Mar 21

How to Photograph Thaipusam at Batu Caves

How do you photograph the Hindu festival Thaipusam at Batu Caves, a site you’ve never visited before, with more than one million people in attendance?

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Mar 14

One Day in Bangkok

We arrived in Bangkok after a hellish flight on Bangkok Airways disrupted our blissful week in Phuket. We had left at noon, expecting to arrive by 1:30PM, but due to cancelled flights and delays, we didn’t arrive until 8PM. It left us with only one day to experience all of what Bangkok has to offer.

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Feb 14

Unbelievable! What They Sell at Shilin Night Market in Taipei

Ask what to see on a Taiwan visit and – even if you’re only in Taipei for a day – night markets will always be on the list. Night markets are abundant throughout Taiwan. There are dozens of them in Taipei alone and Shilin Night Market is the best known and largest of them all.

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Oct 07

Singapore River Cruise: See the City from the Water

There is a fast and easy way to get a basic overview of a city and where the major highlights are located: With a bird’s-eye view from the top of a touristy double-decker bus. I’m talking about those open-top hop-on/hop-off ones that allow you to get on and off whenever you want, all day, with …

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Apr 04

7 Famous Indian Dishes You Should Try

As big fans of Indian cuisine, we were happy to receive this list of 7 popular and famous Indian dishes from Rohit Agarwal, a fellow travel blogger. You are invited to share your thoughts about Indian food in the comment section.

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