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Posts from the ‘Asia’ Category

  • January 29, 2014
    Top casinos to visit when travelling to Asia

    Asia has really made a name for itself as a place to travel to if you want to play at some of the world’s finest casinos in the last decade or so – and these are just a few of the best ones it has to offer. (Photo: Wikipedia) The Wynn Macau There is no […]


  • May 30, 2012
    Japan – The wonderful travel destination in Asia

    Half a day away on the opposite side of the world is a country of striking contrasts. With culture, history, volcanoes, breathtaking scenery, Samurai houses and castles, natural hot springs and temples, Japan provides the visitor with a smorgasbord of experiences to delight both young and old. Nakasendo Way One might not necessarily associate this […]


  • January 28, 2012
    Zomato is the Indian version of Yelp

    If you’re in India and looking for quick bites or any sumptuous a la carte in any of the ten metro cities, then check out Zomato. It’s the Indian Yelp and growing fast. With user submitted reviews, a search widget that you can add on your website and mobile apps across multiple platforms – iOS, […]


  • January 26, 2012
    Is this the most dangerous attraction in the world?

    Holy shit! This hike along the face of Mount Huashan in China, thousands of feet in the air, is one of the most dangerous attractions in the world. Yeah, that’s right! It’s an attraction! You get down some “steps” (why the quotes you ask? Because they are just notches in the rock!) and walk over […]


  • January 24, 2012
    India may add thirteen more nations on visa-on-arrival list

    The number of nations whose citizens are eligible for visas on arrival (VoA) in India is likely to be expanded to include 13 countries largely from Europe, south-east and central Asia after a review convened by the PMO felt security conditions need not be a hurdle to promote tourism. Countries that could be offered VoA […]


  • November 15, 2011
    “Door to Hell” in Turkmenistan

    This place in Turkmenistan is called by locals “The Door to Hell”. It is situated near the small town of Darvaza (also known as Derweze) which is a village of about 350 inhabitants, located in the middle of the Karakum desert, about 260 km north from Ashgabat, capital of Turkmenistan. The story of this place […]


  • October 4, 2011
    Enjoying the Bali Culture on Vacation

    Featured Post   Bali, Indonesia has one of the most interesting cultures and histories in the world. Finding cheap flights to Bali is one of the easiest ways you can immerse yourself in the culture of Bali and enjoy all it has to offer. If you want to experience the healing arts or fine cuisine […]


  • August 24, 2011
    Mumbai railway stations to start prepaid taxi service

    Travelers to India have been warned and some have also experienced the exorbitant cab rates and scams. A few years back some airports in India launched the pre-paid taxis which gave some guarantee that international travelers will not be scammed into double rates than locals. Now, the RTO (Regional Transport Office) will sign a memorandum […]


  • August 12, 2011
    Indian state of Karnataka will host hot-air balloon festival in December

    Indian state of Karnataka will be hosting a Hot-air Ballooning Festival from December 29, 2011 to January 1, 2012. Providing details of the Festival, K Viswanatha Reddy, Director – Tourism, Karnataka said, “The Festival will be organised in three different regions: Mysore, Hampi and Bidar. About 30 hot-air balloon enthusiasts from India and abroad will […]


  • June 30, 2011
    Travelomy launched with complete guides to S. Asian countries

    Bangalore, India, based consumer web products startup Ciafo has launched Travelomy, the travel guide for South Asian countries – India, Bhutan, Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka – covering approximately 5000 places and activities, it provides ranked and mapped lists of top tourist attractions, making it really easy for a traveler to plan his itinerary around […]


  • June 28, 2011
    Malaysian considering child-free first class flights

    Malaysian Airlines has already banned infants in the first class section of its Boeing 747-400 jets and, now, has plans to do the same in some of their new Airbus A380 jumbo jets. First class passengers complained about wailing infants saying they couldn’t sleep in their pricey cabins, said MAS CEO and Managing Director Tengku […]


  • June 21, 2011
    Camel Safaris in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

    One of the must-do things in Jaisalmer is the camel safaris. It is the most evocative and fun way to sample desert life. The best time to go is from October to February. A number of travel agents and tour operators in Rajasthan organize camel safaris. Most of these are in the vicinity of Jaisalmer, […]


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