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There are no words to describe what you can find in this continent. An ancient culture, buddhism, hinduism, taoism.... Forbidden City, Thailand beaches, Myanmar temples, Mekong River and much more!
  • Cambodia

    Cambodia it's so special, although a beautiful country, is a nation where it's population suffered too much because of the communist dictatorship led by Pol Pot. He killed millions of people, and the population is still recovering from that trauma....
  • China

    China is the country with the highest amount of inhabitants, but more than that, it has a unique culture with thousands of years of history. You will be amazed with its palaces, buddhism, taoism, confucionism, the Forbiden City, Great Wall and more!
  • Israel

    If there is a country you can't miss that one is Israel. A Holy Land for jews, christians and muslims, where you can find one of the most countries in the world, but at the same time that knows how to combine it with middle eastern culture. Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, Haifa and Eliat are so close but so different... you will be impressed by the Startup Nation
  • Laos

    Laos is just a beautiful country, very cheap and people are ultra kind... although the distances are long, it's worthy to visit Luang Prabang and to see the monks at the morning... other cities/towns that you may want to pass by are Vang Vieng and Vientiane, the capital city.
  • Nepal

    Nepal is one of the most impressive countries to visit for backpackers. Extremely cheap, with Buddhist and Hindu cultures and wonderful landscapes and Himalayas mountains, this is one of the most recommended destinations.
  • Thailand

    Thailand is probably the most famous destination for backpackers, everyone who wants to travel through South East Asia will visit Khao San Road in Bangkok, its amazing beaches in the South and you will also get to Pai and Chiang May for a good trek before crossing the Mekong River on your way to Laos.

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    Thamel Area (Thamel Chowk)

    Thamel is the backpackers’ hub of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Thamel has been the center of the tourist industry in Kathmandu for over four decades starting from the hippie movement when many artists came to Nepal and spent weeks in Thamel. Most low-budget travelers consider it a tourist’s heaven. Thamel is distinguished by its narrow streets […]

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    Monkey Temple (Swayambhu)

    Monkey Temple is a site on a hill overlooking the city of Kathmandu with a large stupa and other Buddhist and Hindu iconography. One of the most sacred Buddhist sites in the country. There are 350 steps to the top – the back route is less steep but the views on the way up are […]

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    Kathmandu Durbar Square

    Kathmandu Durbar Square is probably the most important attraction in the city and the most popular UNESCO World Heritage site in Nepal. This ancient square is crowded with palaces and temples, including the current incarnation of the Kasthamandap or “Wooden house” that gives the city its name. The square has been occupied since the construction of […]

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    Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

    Wat Arun is also known as the Temple of Dawn, this impressive temple is located at the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. This is a royal temple in the highest rank and it is by far the most visited tourist attraction in Thonburi. How to get there Wat Arun is easily accessible with the […]

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    Wat Pho (Temple of Reclining Buddha)

    Wat Pho, is the temple where you will find the world’s largest reclining Buddha image and a famed massage school. The main structure is about 60-88 m high and it is surrounded by four smaller prangs. This place is one of Thailand’s most picturesque temples, and is engraved on the inner part of all ten-baht […]

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    The Western Wall

    The Western Wall it’s probably the holiest site for the Jewish nation, it is a remaining of its Temple in Jerusalem, which was built more than 2000 years ago and it’s a clear evidence that this people has been in this land for thousands of years.

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    The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, Phnom Penh

    The killing fields of Choeung Ek are about 17 km south of Phnom Penh, 40 min by taxi or moto or tuktuk. The trip by moto or tuk tuk is about $10 roundtrip, including waiting time at the fields. This former chinese cementery, is where the Khmer Rouge killed many thousands of their victims during […]

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    Buddha Park (Xieng Khuan) - Vientiane

    Buddha Park (Xieng Khuan) is a weird outdoor collection of huge concrete sculptures of Buddhist and Hindu deities, and real and imaginary beasts. The reclining Buddha is especially impressive. Built in 1958 by mystic Luang Pu Bunleua Sulilat, who left the country after the communist take-over, and in 1978 established a similar but more impressive park […]

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    Angkor Wat

    Angkor Wat Archeological Park, in Cambodia, is one of the most impressive places of the world, stretching over some 400 square kilometres, including forested area, it contains the magnificent remains of several capitals of the Khmer Empire of the 9th to the 15th centuries, including the largest pre-industrial city in the world. The most famous […]

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    Grand Palace (Bangkok)

    The Grand Palace is open every day from 08:30 to 16:30, with the last tickets (500 baht) sold at 15:30; it cannot be said enough, do not believe any scammers who attempt to convince you otherwise. They will tell you, even your tuk-tuk driver, “today it’s closed because of a national holiday”, or something else!!! DON’T TRUST […]