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By admin on 3/29/2013
How to Find a Nice Hotel on a Budget in ThailandThailand is a fantastic destination to go for a vacation, and it can be a great deal cheaper than you ever thought possible. All over the country there are high quality hotels that can be had for what a good lunch will cost you in a Western country. Unfortunately, you are not going to be able to find ANY of these deals online. However, if you follow the suggestions that you will find below, you will be one of the lucky few that knows exactly how to discover these hidden gems before you even arrive in the “Land of Smiles”.
By admin on 3/21/2013
Little Known Cities in Thailand that are FantasticOn your previous trips to Thailand you visited the most popular tourist destinations like Bangkok, Pattaya, and Phuket, and now you would like to see some of the lesser known smaller cities on this excursion. If that sounds familiar, then you might want to check out some of the locations listed below.
By admin on 3/14/2013
5 Most Exciting Music Festivals and Events in EuropeThere’s more to the world’s cultural capital than churches and art galleries. Whether you’re planning a European tour for the food, the cultural experiences, or the pretty scenery, it’s worth including a visit to one of Europe’s most exciting music festivals in your itinerary. While the United States has Woodstock and Ozzfest, it’s Europe that takes the cake when it comes to frequent, fun music festivals. From alternative festivals housed in their own countries...
By admin on 3/7/2013
5 ‘Cheap’ Vacation Spots That Are Surprisingly ExpensiveWith currencies moving up and down in value and many formerly dormant nations on the rise economically, the price of travel isn’t as low as it used to be. Destinations that were once known as ‘cheap getaway’ vacation spots have increased drastically in price, taking unprepared travelers by surprise once they disembark their plane.
By admin on 2/28/2013
How to Visit Vietnam on 20 Dollars a DayVietnam is a young traveller's paradise, simply because you can survive on a tiny budget and still have a tonne of fun. Don't be fooled though, you can't survive on as little as twenty dollars a day without budgeting carefully and spending wisely. Throughout this article I will be talking about money using Vietnam's native currency, which is called Dong, 1 dollar is roughly 20,000 dong and 1 pound/sterling is around 30,000 dong, so bear that in mind when I'm discussing costs.
By admin on 2/20/2013
Chinese Modernism: 4 Tourist Spots Being Ruined By China's Rapid Tourism GrowthThanks to its rapid economic growth after decades of financial slumber, many of the world’s top political commentators have called China the world’s next superpower. Visiting one of China’s cities seems to confirm the idea – from super-tall skyscrapers to gigantic highways, China is on a path of rapid development with no end in sight.
By admin on 2/12/2013
Asia's 5 Biggest Festivals, and Why You Need to Experience ThemFrom seasonal festivities to religious holidays, some of the world’s oldest and most celebrated festivals are found in the densely populated, Old World cultures of South and East Asia. From paint festivals to giant water fights, New Year’s celebrations to religious festivals, Asia’s oldest cultures really know how to celebrate an occasion. Whether you’re traveling to India or Hong Kong, Thailand or Indonesia, there’s no shortage of great holidays occurring all throughout Asia to keep you occupied and offer a unique experience.