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Trekking in Vietnam's Ba Vi National Park

Located in the Ba Vi Mountain Range, about…Continue

Started by Tripatini Jan 4.

Christmas, Mainland-China style

A mere one percent of Chinese profess Christianity, but as in…Continue

Started by Tripatini Dec 25, 2018.

Top 10 spots to visit in Lahore, Pakistan

The capital of Punjab province and Pakistan's second largest city is popular for its variety of attractions, from seeing priceless artifacts to historical sites to stimulating shopping and dining, the options are endless. Here are my top 10:…Continue

Started by Tripatini Dec 19, 2018.

It's ski/snowboard time at Zao Onsen in Yamagata, Japan

Zao Onsen, one of Japan's…Continue

Started by Tripatini Dec 14, 2018.

Why Railay Beach, Thailand is one of this blogger's 5 most gorgeous places to visit

Our planet is a beautiful place, and one lifetime is barely enough to experience it. Count yourself lucky if you can visit at least three of these five places chosen by Edward Granlund,…Continue

Started by Tripatini Nov 17, 2018.

Why Nepal's Manaslu Circuit rrek might be better than Annapurna

Nepal is a land of majestic peaks and the exotic landscapes. If you…Continue

Started by Tripatini Oct 29, 2018.

Fall foliage in Japan: Nikko is the place - especially for anime fans!

Come view spectacular ambers and ochers throughout Nikko, including Irohazaka Winding Road, setting of the popular road racing manga/anime series Initial D. And check-out the new Nikko Pass and Cycle Sharing Program!Nikko, in the outer reaches of…Continue

Started by Tripatini Sep 17, 2018.

The children of Cambodia - a heartbreaking experience for visitors

 When we first …Continue

Started by Tripatini Aug 26, 2018.

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Comment by David Appell on August 27, 2018 at 12:07pm

Just saw Crazy Rich Asians - pretty cool movie, and I'm sure it'll do wonders for Singapore tourism. Then just today read an interesting piece in The Atlantic about how some non-Chinese (Malays, Indians - the name Singapore actually comes from Malay and Sanskrit) are a little miffed at how it papers over their home's ethnic diversity. Plus, most Singaporeans are far from rich! Makes interesting reading:




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