Asia Archive

Chiang Mai Thailand

Chiang Mai is yet to become the hot property that Phuket, Samui or Pattaya is, but it does claim to be one of the most liveable cities in Asia in fact it was voted 9th in a recent Asia-wide poll. On the whole property in Chiang Mai is considerably cheaper than other major centres in Thailand, but the market is far less dynamic.

The Chiang Mai real estate industry has, however, grown very confident in recent years as this Northern Capital has prospered and produced an ever increasing Thai middle class. Continue reading “Chiang Mai Thailand” »

Naturally Nepal once is not enough

Nepal indeed presents a wide range of travel options and visiting the country once is not enough. It invites large number visitors over and again via its different travel opportunities. Excellent natural beauty, gigantic mountains, awe-inspiring adventurous activities and a lot of other travel alternatives are the lures of Nepal. Plus, Nepal holds more than 35 different ethnic groups which lets visitors know about different cultures. Continue reading “Naturally Nepal once is not enough” »

Thailand Dream Destinations: Chiang Mai

There are many reasons why Chiang Mai is chosen as one of a Thailand Dream Destination. One of those reasons is that Chiang Mai is the largest and most culturally significant city in the north of Thailand. It is also considered as unofficial capital of the north of Thailand second only to Bangkok. Continue reading “Thailand Dream Destinations: Chiang Mai” »

Kanchenjunga – Snow Leopard trek

Kanchenjunga 8,586m is the 3rd top peak in the globe. This is unspoiled and unexplored trekking route in the eastern area of country. Trekking in Kanchenjunga is truly a satisfying one as this area provides best snow – exotic panoramic view of the Himalayas, capped mountains and landscapes with snow leopard. You can enjoy various kind of little & high snowy peak above 8,000 and under 8,000 as well. There are some renowned names like Mt. Lhotse 8,516, Mt. Makalu 8,201m and Mt. Everest 8,848m. Continue reading “Kanchenjunga – Snow Leopard trek” »

Bangkok major tourist attractions

Bangkok is a big metropolitan city in Thailand with many districts often confusing visitors from where to start. However, Bangkok tourist attractions are scattered in all directions no matter whether it is sightseeing or activities. Initially, you might have a wrong impression on looking at its concretely dense jungle, heavy traffic, and too much heat. However, the Bangkok tourist attractions such as royal palaces, magnificent temples, and vibrant nightlife will replace your these complaints by soaking you in a truly holiday mood. Continue reading “Bangkok major tourist attractions” »

Travel Around the World at Low Cost

Ask whoever you want: “Do you want to travel around the world?”, and the answer will be:”Of course I do!”. “Why don’t you do it then?” – “Are you kidding me?”… So, why people treat travelling the world like travelling to Mars? The main reason is budget of course. Stop being one who dreams – start being one who does! Below are some easy tips on how to travel around the world on limited budget. Continue reading “Travel Around the World at Low Cost” »

Beijing Family Tours

Visiting Beijing with children makes a great family vacation offering unique activities for kids of all ages. With its one child policy still in place, the Chinese spare no effort or expense to give their future generation a head start. Continue reading “Beijing Family Tours” »

All You Need To Know About Renting Accommodation on Koh Samui

One of the most beautiful and tranquil holiday destinations currently in existence is the island of Koh Samui. Located in Thailand, this tropical destination presents with lush green coconut groves, miles of white sand beaches, and crystal clear azure waters. Due to the popularity of this destination the rental options have both increased and decreased. While one has the option of more accommodation, the accommodation has become more costly. Continue reading “All You Need To Know About Renting Accommodation on Koh Samui” »