Category Archives: Asia

Bangkok: Famous Tourist Destination on Thailand!

Guest post by Marc Plumlee.

16155079130_35b4e7001f_kPhoto by Fah Rojvithee via Flickr

Every once in a while you need a break from work, family, obligations and problems that you face day by day and can’t seem to get away from, no matter how hard you try. Among the most popular ways of regaining peace, besides staying at home, dedicating yourself to a hobby, spending quality time with friends and family, etc, is travelling and some of the frequently visited destinations are those that are far from your country and culture. Only in these can you completely forget about your problems and worries and truly relax. Being exotic, popular and vivid, Thailand gained much popularity over the past years, so, if you plan to visit this country, here are some guidelines about it. Continue reading

The Most Exotic Islands Of Thailand: Great Holiday Destinations!

Guest post by Marc Plumlee.

1Eastern and Southeastern Asia rank very high in most of the surveys and statistics data on the most propulsive areas in the world. While Eastern Asia is experiencing incredible economic growth, mostly based on newly formed generations of IT and industry experts, the southeastern part of the largest continent in the world mostly relies on tourism and the leading star of this economic branch is definitely Thailand. Being one of the most visited countries in the world, it offers a huge variety of tourist adventures. From luxurious hotels to traditional Thai bars, this outstanding place has a bright tourist future. And on top of all that, Thailand has a cluster of the most beautiful islands in the world. Continue reading

The Spiti Valley In The Himalaya – Explore One Of The Most Remote Places In The World

Guest post by Peter Smith.

Spiti Valley is home to Himalaya’s most beautiful open-air museums. It is bordered by Lahaul and Kulu, and it is separated by the Kunzum Pass. This mountainous path is actually the main route to Kaza, Spiti’s sub-divisional headquarters. If you’re hiking, make sure to include a trip to Moon Lake, too, which is positioned 9 km away from Spiti. The superb valley is remote and secluded from the rest of Himalaya, but it’s still a place of interest you cannot miss out on your unforgettable journey to Himachal Pradesh, India. Heavily worn by wind and snow, the mountains that surround Spiti Valley are completely nude. The scenery is breathtaking, considering this isolated valley is untouched by urbanism.

Cycling Toward Kunzum La

Cycling Towards Kunzum La, via Flickr by pwoolams

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