Category: Asia

Bali

Paradise   Beach   Culture Bali is one of the top favorite destinations in the world for everyone including myself, surrounded itself with sandy beaches and a tropical climate all year round. Apart from its beautiful beaches, Bali has a richness of culture and history, which makes the island very distinctive than any part of this Muslim-majority country. More

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Labuan Bajo & Flores

Labuan Bajo is a fishing town located at the western end of Flores in the Nusa Tenggara region of eastern Indonesia. Its economy is highly depending on the tourism sector. A wide range of accommodations is available along or near the beaches. Fresh seafood can be found along the harbor market and the price is simply

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Bangkok

After spending 2 days in Pattaya [click here] and relax on the beautiful sandy beaches, it is time to get back to Bangkok early morning. I will be staying here for 4 nights in the heart of the city with my Airbnb host. Planning to take 2 days to discover this incredible city and another 2 days

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated sovereign territory in the world with the population of around 7.3 million people with different nationalities with the land area of just 1,106 sq kilometers. The city has so much to offer, from street markets to luxurious shopping malls, local traditional Chinese food to international cuisines

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Foshan

Foshan, the central of Guangdong province is part of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone and their native dialect is Cantonese. The city is famous for Dragon Boat,  Lingnan Kungfu, Martial Arts and Lion Dance. With a long history of over 5,000 years, the city got its name from the three Buddha statues unearthed here

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Guangzhou

Guangzhou also was known as Canton as part of Pearl River Delta served as a major terminus of the maritime Silk Road, major port and transportation hub into the mainland China. It is the third largest Chinese city in China, behind Beijing and Shanghai with an estimated population of 13 million people in 2014 and

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Phang-nga

Phang-nga is located immediately north of Phuket, covering an area of 4,170 sq kilometers. The province’s main attractions stem primarily from its geological formations and have an extraordinary number of islands, caves and rocky outcrops. Its most notable landmarks are the national marine parks of Ao Phang-nga, Mu Ko Similan and Mu Ko Surin. Phang-nga’s

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