Mumbai - Bombay, India

Mumbai - Bombay, India

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Overview: Noisy yet spiritual, flashy yet humble, Mumbai manages to cram so many extremes into one city it's no wonder that it leaves most visitors exhilarated and entranced. Tower blocks spring up and the newest mall beckons a new crowd. Yet in this fast-growing city, some things never change, such as the gothic spires and gargoyles covering the immense UNESCO-protected Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, and Sunday evenings on Chowpatty Beac...

Visiting secret samurai homes in Japan

Visiting secret samurai homes in Japan

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Less visted than the Chiran samurai town, Izumi-Fumoto Old Samurai Residences opens three of its samurai complexes to the public. The Takezoe Residence is featured in "Atsuhime" a popular historical drama on Japanese television...

The largest Buddhist settlement in the world

The largest Buddhist settlement in the world

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The largest Buddhist settlement in the world: Inside the village whe-re 40,000 monks and nuns are segregated and televisions are banned... but iPhones are allowed...

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia overview

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia overview

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Kuala Lumpur (or KL, as it is commonly known) is, more often than not, a traveler's point of entry to Malaysia. As the capital, it is the most modern and developed city in the country, with contemporary high-rises and world-class hotels, glitzy shopping malls, and local and international cuisine. The city began around 1857 as a small mining boomtown spawned by the Industrial Revolution's hunger for raw materials. Fueled by tin mining in the nearby Klang River Valley, the town grew under the business interests...

Beijing, China Overview

Beijing, China Overview

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Peking man, Ming dynasty emperors, Chairman Mao and 17 million residents have made their mark on modern-day Beijing. A capital of exhilarating extremes with its glittering skyscrapers, mazy hutongs and enigmatic Forbidden City -- nowhe-re is China's rapid progress and rich imperial history more tangible. But in a city so enormous, it's the little experiences that are most memorable -- whether it's graceful tai chi moves in the parks, spicy hot pot on lantern-lit Ghost Street or the lakefront serenity of the Summer Palace. Things to Do. Step past the huge Chairman Mao portrait guarding Tiananmen Square and back to an age of Ming dynasty emperors and tittering concubines roaming the mysterious Forbidden City...

The Top 10 Tourist Destinations in Asia

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With so many exciting destinations in Asia, deciding whe-re to go can be the stuff of which nervous breakdowns are made. Don't despair! Use this list of top 10 Asia tourist destinations in Asia to get ideas for the perfect trip. Consider planning your trip around one of these top UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Asia...

Singapore Travel Guide

Singapore Travel Guide

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Why go? Because Singapore is sizzling as the playground-du-jour. Think the annual F1 Grand Prix night race, glitzy “integrated resorts” and ambitious architectural projects that make the city skyline ever more sculptural. A deluge of restaurants with pedigree has propelled the city to her newfound status as Asia’s culinary capital, yet affordable street food, such as chicken rice, is available at every turn...

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