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    Phu Quoc
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    Siem Reap
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    Panglao Beach Bohol
  • Sadhu holy men relax at pashupatinath temple circa
    Sadhu holy men relax at pashupatinath temple circa
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    Chiang mai
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    Nha Trang
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    Kinabalu monkey



The Philippines is a beach lovers’ delight with over 7,107 tropical islands to choose from depending on what you’re up for – from isolated sandbanks in the middle of the ocean, Boracay's famous white sand beach, Palawan's enthralling islands, to sprawling megacities like Manila, Cebu, and Davao. Not only is it the home of graffiti-splashed jeepneys, therapeutic hot springs because of its “sleeping” volcanoes, bug-eyed tarsiers, but also for its smiling, happy-go-lucky people who are known the world over for their warm hospitality. Due to its diverse topography, activities vary from kayaking to white water rafting, cave spelunking to deep sea diving, surfing to zip-lining, and so much more!

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Vietnam is a beautiful country of shimmering paddy fields, sugar white beaches, full-tilt cities, and venerable pagodas. It occupies a narrow strip of land that hugs the eastern borders of Cambodia and Laos, hemmed in by rugged mountains to the west, and by the South China Sea. It fantails out into the spectacular deltas of the Red River and the Mekong, and it’s in these regions that you’ll encounter the paddy fields, dragonflies, buffaloes, and conical-hatted farmers that constitute the classic image of Vietnam. You’re not limited to these Heritage Sites though because the city of Ho Chi Minh is considered one the busiest cities in South East Asia and a favorite among travel enthusiasts for its sights, sounds, and cuisine!

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A small country with a big history, Cambodia is a modest player in the South East Asia economy but has stayed true to its roots and is a breath of fresh air for those who like to just have a laidback holiday and connect with nature. Its sleepy little towns and cities are a delight to the senses with their colonial architecture and old-fashioned charm, while the countryside are memorable, picturesque landscapes, from the mighty Mekong River and the great Tonle Sap lake to the remote forested highlands of the Cardamom Mountains. For those who want a more lively scene, head down south and find an enticing combination of happening parties and idyllic beaches. To top it all off, Cambodians are one of Asia’s most friendly and welcoming people.

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After the removal of the tourism boycott in the country, now is the best time to visit the extraordinary Myanmar (Burma) where the traditional ways of Asia endure and places previously off-limits are now being opened up. It is not just the land of Golden Pagodas, the country offers so much more. It is a place seemingly untouched by Western civilization, with over 100 ethnic groups in the country still wearing their traditional make-up and clothing, you will feel like you’ve been transported to another era where simple pleasures and lifestyle abound. People still get around in trishaws and, in the countryside, horse and cart. The locals are gentle, engaging, passionate, and curious – they want to know as much of your world as you are of them! So, pack your bags and visit the country now before modernization changes all of that soon.

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Laos is often passed over for its more popular neighboring countries but the country is actually recognized as a top tourist destination with a little of everything for everyone! There’s white-water rapids, underground river caves, and ziplines for the adrenaline junkies; there’s a wonderful, fairy-tale landscape with jagged limestone cliffs, pristine forests, and the majestic Mekong River for the wildlife enthusiasts. Not to mention the very interesting tastes that comprise the Lao cuisine – something a foodie will definitely enjoy! A country that still has its old-fashioned charm intact while everywhere around them major changes happen… that’s the kind of holiday you can experience in Laos, refreshingly simple yet fulfilling and soul changing.

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A friendly and fun loving country, that’s what Thailand is to most of its visitors. Its religious devotion is seen throughout the land in the form of its gleaming temples, Golden Buddhas, ancient banyan trees wrapped in sacred cloth, shrines in homes and malls to invoke good wealth and fortune, and more. Visitors often stop by during religious festivals to take part in the colorful celebrations and to taste the exotic cuisine of the locals that focus on the four fundamental flavors of spicy, sweet, salty, and sour. The country is also home to tropical islands of Krabi, Hua Hin, Ko Phi Phi, and Ko Samui: where world-class properties await your entire family to give you the holiday you have been dying for. If the beach is not your cup of tea, then head off into the rural heartland to stay among lush tropical forests and commune with nature as you enjoy an authentic Thai massage.

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Bali & Indonesia

Sights and sound will amaze anyone in this spectacular country of over 17,000 islands that make up the archipelago of Indonesia that lies only 8 degrees from the Equator. A country of such diverse culture with over 250 million people – you can experience a radical mix of peoples, animals, customs, sights, artworks, foods, and more depending on which part of the country you decide to visit. There are lots of activities available for tourists that make Indonesia a favorite: seeing the orangutans in their natural habitat, watching cultural shows and being amazed by the graceful movements of Balinese dancers, seeing majestic volcanoes and sparkling white sand beaches, trying the exotic tastes of a Balinese dish, and more. It’s a destination that will enthrall your imagination and touch your senses, so better include it in your itinerary.

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If there is anything most notable about Malaysia, it would have to be its ancient tropical forests, gorgeous beaches, vibrant cities, and outstanding food. The country is a verdant playground to its endangered inhabitants and citizens alike. It’s a very diverse landscape where you can rub your toes in powdery, white sand in one side of the country then go to higher ground for some comfort and enjoy the calm of the lush tea plantations in the colder Cameron Highlands. Populated by a cultural mosaic of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and other indigenous groups, the country boasts of a rich heritage and has a huge variety of festivals, wonderful cuisines, traditional architecture, and rural crafts. It is also a bustling metropolis but have maintained the many national parks around the metro, most of which are surprisingly accessible. It may well indeed be “Truly Asia” as their tourism slogan states so don’t miss out on this tropical gem.

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Mountains, monasteries, and magic! Bhutan is considered one of the last Kingdoms left on earth and describes itself as the “Happiest Country” on the planet since they measure the country’s wealth, not by its GDP, but by its peoples’ happiness or Gross National Happiness. It is hailed as the World’s Most Eco-Friendly country and their royal family just planted 108,000 trees to celebrate the birth of their new prince this 2016. This is a place where the locals still prefer (and are proud!) to wear their traditional clothing which means you encounter a splash of color everywhere you go. Visitors usually fall in love, not with the stunning temples and breathtaking sceneries, but more with the warm and beautiful people of the country. Bhutan is no ordinary place… it’s a completely different world and the moment your foot touches the land, you are transported to a whimsical Asian era where everything seems frozen in time. Better catch it while it’s still preserved because recent developments might strip away the country’s magic soon.

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Adventurers visit Nepal mostly because of one specific experience: to climb Mt. Everest, however, the country is much more than home to the world’s highest peak. There are temple towns, centuries-old stupas and monasteries to explore, natural parks to bird and animal watch, water river rafting, bungee jumping into a bottomless gorge, canyoning, climbing, kayaking, paragliding, and mountain biking – various attractions and landscapes that await the brave souls who will take the challenge. The country is squeezed between India and Tibet which means that its culture and influences are also very diverse as well. Its locals belong to a host of ethnic groups and speak different dialects and languages. Since the country was never colonized, there is profound national pride and a powerful attachment to traditional ways which makes it a great country to visit if you are into culture and tradition so make sure to include Nepal in your itinerary.

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Sri Lanka

A tropical country with various activities to keep holiday goers busy. Attractions are within reasonable distances so it is quite convenient to arrange tours depending on what you are interested in and what you’d like to experience. For the active travelers, head off to the hill country for some cool breeze, go to the beach for surfing or just lounging around and swimming, go on an open safari and watch glorious animals like elephants, leopards, water buffaloes, primates, and more in their natural habitat. For the culture buffs, there are temples to visit, buildings restored from the Dutch and British era that will impress, shrines and sites, and the city of Colombo that is every bit as lovely as the people of the country. Challenge your taste buds with the local cuisine and its strong Indian influence which will certainly knock your shoes off! It is a bird sanctuary as its verdant forests and tree lined streets offer shelter and rest. A lovely little country shaped like a tear drop in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the marvelous Sri Lanka is a must on your next holiday.

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Anyone who’s ever eaten sushi or watched anime have, at one point or another, dreamed to visit the majestic land of the rising sun where, it seems, you are only limited by your own imagination. It is a country that thrives in contrast of traditional and modern – where ancient beliefs and customs are mixed up with cutting edge technology and quirky, futuristic fashions. The sights and sites of Japan are every traveler’s dream – hiking the Japanese Alps, jumping in the fresh snow of the northern ski resorts, discovering its many coral reefs, staying in a Ryokan (traditional Japanese inn), sitting in a robe on tatami (woven floor mat), skinny dipping with strangers in an onsen (hot spring), and so much more are the activities you can experience. The country is full of cultural sites and attractions plus they have major cities that can compete with some of the biggest and most colorful in the world. Don’t forget Japanese cuisine – one of the world’s most interesting and popular is a must-try, of course, because where else can you get all that authenticity?

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One of Asia’s busiest business and trade hub is also one of the region’s best cities to explore. As a tourist, the strong presence of its multicultural population – Chinese, Malay, and Indian (to name a few) – make for a very interesting day out in the city. Although it is a very small city in terms of land mass, it is rich with culture, architecture, flavors, sights, and sounds. A short walk across town is like visiting multiple countries at one go since the entire city’s influences are proudly displayed. Singapore is a mouthwatering mecca of almost every cuisine under the sun! Foodies will delight in the array of choices available to one from the hawkers on the streets to the swankiest 5-star restaurants in the city. It is a country that will never bore with its state of the art facilities, amazing transportation system, malls where you can shop ‘til you drop, attractions such as open-concept zoos, world-class theme parks, and so much more. It is a city that will impress anyone who visits, where there is something for everyone, and where you can lose yourself in a world of your own.

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