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[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

Ho Chi Minh City: Top 10 Recommendations, Tips and Tricks

There is no shortage of activities to enjoy and sites to explore and there is something to suit every taste and budget. Vietnam’s largest city is surprisingly easy to navigate so all ages will find exploring this city enjoyable and easy. Here are our top 10 tips, tricks and recommendations for Ho Chi Minh City.

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February 22, 2012 by | 0 Comments

Top 4 Things to Do in Koh Kong, Cambodia

Koh Kong Island

Despite not having much of a town center, shopping outlets, and just a few western-style accommodations, Koh Kong is non-the-less, one of Cambodia‘s best-kept secrets. An eco-paradise, the isolated and unspoiled tropic southwest region of developing Cambodia is full of plush waterfalls, picturesque beaches and mountains, most of which are accessible via small touring companies or guides. With the added charm of being engrained in rural Cambodia, the sites and landscapes of stilted-homes along dirt roads and palm trees towering over gleaming rice field, Koh Kong may just be the getaway spot you were looking for.

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February 17, 2012 by | 0 Comments

Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo

I have to admit it had been years since I visited a zoo, with concerns about animal rights and the moral issues involved in keeping wild animals in captivity the main things that kept me away.

But I had heard good things about Singapore Zoo, and about the changed thinking that was now commonplace amongst zoos in many parts of the world, so I decided to take a closer look. I’m glad I did.

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February 16, 2012 by | 1 Comment

What to See in Thiruvananthapuram

Padmanabhapuram Palace

For those who happen to find themselves in the vastness of India, there is southwestern city built on seven hills that embraces by the Arabian Sea. It is a city that is both known for its plentiful waterside terrain and rich history, full of religious relics, and ancient landmarks. It is a popular destination to both foreigners and native Indians alike. Named after the serpent god Anantha, mythical and all-powerful, the city of Thiruvananthapuram is the jewel of the emerald necklace that is the Kerala.

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February 14, 2012 by | 0 Comments

Things to See in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dhaka Market

Dhaka, Bangladesh is renowned for being a place that is overwhelming. Crowded yet diverse, neighborhoods full of citizens, constantly moving rickshaws, and spurting growth at an even faster pace, the city is alive in a way that many of the world’s urban destinations cannot compare. Take into account its main waterfront at Sadarghat, and the many plush ornaments of the Mughals, and you will quickly see that Dhaka is not just a city of rampant movement and life, but one of colorful beauty and deeply rich in history and culture. Take it as you will, once you go in, you shall never forget the streets of Dhaka.

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February 7, 2012 by | 0 Comments

[VIDEO] Gandhi’s Delhi Small Group Adventure Tour

Ganhi Delhi tour

To truly understand India, you have to understand Mahatma Gandhi–the man who has become known as the “Father of the Nation”. The Gandhi’s Delhi Small Group Adventure Tour will enrich your knowledge of the role Gandhi played in shaping modern India and give you a different feel for Delhi.

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February 3, 2012 by | 0 Comments

Top 5 Things to See in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma)

Frayed by the poor reputation of its political landscape, many detracted globetrotters overlook the satiable value of the Burmese physical landscape. As a former British colony, the country is studded with fine, though aged, colonial architecture, and is also sprawling with religious tradition and a natural charm all of its own.

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February 2, 2012 by | 0 Comments

[VIDEO] Cu Chi Tunnels of Vietnam

Cu Chi Tunnels

Step away from the bright lights of Ho Chi Minh City and step back in time to one of the most poignant times in Vietnam‘s history. This half-day trip takes you to the heart of Cu Chi – the core of Vietnamese guerrilla warfare during the Vietnam War.

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January 31, 2012 by | 0 Comments

Cultural Wonders of Chiang Mai

Wat Phra That Doi Suthep

Founded more than 700 years ago, Thailand’s northern capital of Chiang Mai grew through history in relative isolation before a railway system was built in the 1920s. These days, Chiang Mai is a hop and skip, either through its international airport or far cheaper bus alternatives.

However, before the innovation of modernized transportation, the grueling trek required weeks-long trips both on elephant and river, making it slow to the influence of the outside world.

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January 27, 2012 by | 1 Comment

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