Malaysia Travel Guides – Where to go
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KL represents an ideal balance living of modern technology, rich cultural heritage and lush surroundings.
Full of beachy life, actions and intriguing Colonial past, Penang is Malaysia's prime destination. Kota
China Travel Guides – Where to go
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The Eastern Geneva is a provincial capital of Yunnan. It is a historically and culturally famous city of China and a center of politics, economy, culture, science, technology, and communications of Yunnan. Visitors are enthralled with lovely weather of Kunming that possesses an average of 1...
Laos Travel Guides – Where to go
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This is an impressive former royal capital that makes number of visitors leave their real world behind. Situated in the north of Vientiane, the town is 1,000 feet above sea level and anchored at the junction of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. The exact year that Luang Prabang was foun...
Myanmar Travel Guides – When to go
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The climate of Myanmar is roughly divided into three seasons:
Summer, with highest temperature during March and April in Central Myanmar up to above 110 ํF (43.3 ํC) while in Northern Myanmar it is about 97 ํF (36.1 ํC) and on the Shan Plateau between 85 ํF (29.4 ํC) and 95 ํF (35 ํC).
Myanmar Travel Guides – Where to go
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A 22 km long and 11 km wide, calm waters of Inle Lake is one of most attractive attractions in Myanmar. The unique charming lake give visitors innovative pictures of floating markets, gardens, and villages that have been created by the hard-working people of Intha who live on stilted home...
Vietnam Travel Guides – Where to go
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The center of politics, economy, social, culture, and tourism is situated on a bend of the Red River. Being a capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Hanoi is surrounded by broad, shaded boulevards, colonial mansions, and greenery public parks. Founded by King Ly Cong Uan in 1010 AD who...
Cambodia Travel Guides – Where to go
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A capital city Phnom Penh is located at the confluence of the three great rivers, namely the Mekong, Tonle Sap and Bassac. Renowned for its war-torn image for decades, these days, Phnom Penh features a changing face of the city by featuring multi-faced tourist attractions ranging f...
Thailand Travel Guides – Where to go
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Being one of the world's most exciting cities, Bangkok features the fascinating temples, museums, palaces and the lively nightlife, markets, shops and restaurants. Established as Thailand's capital in 1782 by the first king of the Chakri dynasty, King Rama I, this city is known to the Thais...
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