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[PHOTOS] What to Do With Two Weeks in Malaysia

Malaysia beach

Malaysia is made up of two areas of land separated by over 800km across the South China Sea. Peninsula Malaysia with its 11 states, which borders Thailand to the north and Singapore to the south, and Borneo Malaysia with its two states of Sarawak and Sabah and shares the island with Indonesia to the south and the tiny micro kingdom of Brunei in the north of the island. Both landmasses are as different in geography as they are in culture and one would be forgiven in thinking they were two different countries.

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March 19, 2012 by | 0 Comments

[PHOTOS] Top Delhi Historical Sites

Sikh Temple

As the capital of India, Delhi is home not only to the heart of India’s government, but also features incredible cultural opportunities and shopping at plazas such as Connaught Place. But with record of regular inhabitation since the 6th century BC, the city’s rich and layered history is worth exploring as well. Here are five key historic spots to check out during your time in the capital:

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March 16, 2012 by | 0 Comments

[VIDEO] Hong Kong Island Half Day Tour

The Hong Kong Island Half-Day Tour begins as you leave Central Hong Kong and past Happy Valley, the city’s famous horse racing grounds. The first stop is Aberdeen, a historic fishing community that exists today amongst the glamourous yachts and floating restaurants. Watch the families and fisherman at work from a sampan, a traditional fishing boat, as you cruise through the harbour.

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March 14, 2012 by | 2 Comments

5 Ways to Enjoy the Water in Hanoi, Vietnam

Junk Boat, Halong Bay, Vietnam

Certainly one of the most interesting places to visit in Southeast Asia, Hanoi has come a long way in preserving its colonial and Chinese influence since the 70′s. With a great many places to soak in culture, namely, the Ho Chi Minh Museum, the Presidential Palace, or the Museum of the Vietnamese Revolution, the country’s history and foreign interpretation of it are on its own reasons to visit, but there is so much more, including its famous cuisines and natural landmarks.

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March 13, 2012 by | 3 Comments

The Best Meat Restaurants in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

When it comes to Cambodia, there are certainly more than enough reasons to come visit, including the beautiful and historical Angkor Wat complex in Siem Reap, the increasingly buzz-worthy coastal town of Sihanoukville and the growing urban hub of Phnom Penh. For all the meat lovers of the world, here are a few favorite places in Phnom Penh to get a great meal.

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March 13, 2012 by | 0 Comments

Top 5 Things to Do in Singapore When It Rains

Hawker Center

Located on the southern tip of Malaysia, the city-state of Singapore offers more than just a stopover en route to other exotic locales. But with a tropical rain forest climate and its location only one degree north from the Equator, there are plenty of days when the humid weather takes a turn for the worse and clouds roll in dropping rain on everyone. In fact, on average, Singapore has more than 170 days of rain each year, so the chances of encountering some of the wet stuff on a visit is definitely a possibility.

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March 12, 2012 by | 4 Comments

10 Things to Know Before Traveling to Southeast Asia

Bangkok Grand Palace

Many backpackers and globetrotters have flocked to the fertile and culturally rich Southeast Asia. Known for its pristine beaches, amazing historical sights and a touch of adventurousness, this comparatively inexpensive travel option baits thousands amongst thousands of people every year with landmarks like Angkor Wat, Cambodia; the city of Bangkok, Thailand; and the picturesque views of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.

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March 9, 2012 by | 9 Comments

[PHOTOS] Top 5 Ways to Make the Most of Delhi

Old Delhi

From shopping to culture, from centuries-old Moghul heritage to more recent historical events, there’s hardly an end to what Delhi has to offer–no matter how long you have in the city. If you’re keen to explore the many sides to this diverse, exciting capital, here are five ways to make the most of your time in Delhi.

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March 7, 2012 by | 0 Comments

[PHOTOS] 7 Southeast Asian Islands You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Koh Mak

With tens of thousands of islands in the Southeast Asian region, there is no end to the exploration opportunities constantly rising from the nearest horizon.

Here’s a list of seven islands to keep your Southeast Asian wanderlust alive.

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March 6, 2012 by | 4 Comments

[VIDEO] Delhi Cultural Experience: Cook and Eat with a Local Family

Because of its size and the large number of historic sights to visit, it’s easy to feel like you are only scratching the surface of what Delhi has to offer. If you’re interested in experiencing true Indian hospitality first-hand, a home dinner tour with the Delhi Cultural Experience: Cook and Eat with a Local Family is the perfect way to dive deeper into the country’s culture.

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February 24, 2012 by | 2 Comments

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