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Southeast Asia Travel

Southeast ASia Travel

Southeast Asia consists of 11 countries: Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, the Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Brunei and East Timor.

Between them, these countries count some of Southeast Asia's most splendid architectural wonders, some of the world's most sacred spaces, some of the world's most mysterious temple complexes and palaces, some of Southeast Asia's most pristine coastlines and some of the world's most steamy jungles, replete with priceless wildlife and wildlife reserves, and of course, they are the origin of some of the most delicious food served up anywhere in the world! >>See Southeast Asia Travel Tours

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Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand TravelThailand is one of the most important tourist countries in Asia, mainly for its charming tropical scenes and the unique Buddhist culture. As a Buddhist country that boasts a long history, this “Land of White Elephants” has unique culture and folk customs that attract tourists, such as various festivals, unique life style of boat people, world-renowned classical dances, ethnic dances, interesting pantomime, Lakhon dance, characteristic Muay Thai, cockfighting and fish playing. In Thailand, tourists will enjoy the magnificent Buddhist temples and pagodas, beautifully decorated Buddhist statues, stone carvings and paintings. The ancient relics under the shade of the evergreen trees add much mystery to the charming tropical landscape of Thailand. >>More about Thailand Travel

Malaysia Travel Guide

Malaysia TravelMalaysia, with abundant sunshine and pleasant climate, has plentiful tourist resources, including high-quality beaches, unique islands, primitive tropical jungles, precious flora and fauna, grotesque caves, ancient folk traditions and customs, long history and modern metropolis. Malaysia is a tropical paradise, a land of sunshine, laughter and hospitality. A distinctive feature of Malaysia is the blending of diverse culture formed by different ethnicities. In addition, the dense tropical forests, white beaches and Azure Ocean are all attractive. Malaysia abounds with abundant natural resources. It has the largest output of natural rubber, palm oil and tin in the world. It is an important producing country with high-quality tropical hardwood, stones and natural gas. >>More About Malaysia Travel

Indonesia Travel Guide

Indonesia TravelIndonesia, officially named the Republic of Indonesia, is located in Southeast Asia, being the largest archipelagic state in the world. Stretching across Asia and Oceania and consisting of tens of thousands of islands, Indonesia is also celebrated as “the Country of thousands of Islands”. Indonesia enjoys the largest number of islands in the world. Besides, Indonesia also abounds with long coastline, abundant tourist resources and tropical scenery. Indonesia is a great holiday resort famous for its intriguing natural scenery. The Borobudur Temple Compounds and Prambanan Temple Compounds located in Central Java were listed as World Cultural Heritage Sites by the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia and an epitome of cultural merge of all minorities in Indonesia, is a must-visit place for foreign tourists. >>More About Indonesia Travel

Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam TravelTourists who have ever been to Vietnam all admire the beautiful natural scenery in Vietnam, such as the Red River Delta in the north and the Mekong River Delta in the south. Busy Vietnamese women wearing steeple straw hats can be seen everywhere, working in the golden rice fields along the rivers. There are also a number of fascinating beaches along the coastline and high mountains standing inland. These high mountains wearing steeple straw hats and covered with forests and thin mist, look as lovely as the beautiful Vietnamese girls. Vietnam abounds with various kinds of products. That’s why Vietnamese people call their country “a country of gold mountains and silver seas” to show that Vietnam is quite richly endowed. >> More About Vietnam Travel

Singapore Travel Guide

Singapore TravelSingapore is famous for its cleanliness and gorgeous landscapes where plants remain green all year round and gardens with many trees are established abundantly. There is little farmland and most of the population lives in the cities. The cities are clean and decorated with a variety of trees and flowers, which is how the country got its name of “Garden City.” Singapore is also rich in natural resources such as tropical rainforests, and the Singaporean government has issued a number of policies to advocate afforestation for the preservation of its precious nature. Singapore has diverse sceneries of skyscrapers as well as green trees and vibrant flowers. With over 850,000 plants throughout the island and 4868 hectares of gardens, Singaporeans enjoy basking in the beauty of stunning country. >> More about Singapore Travel

The Philippines Travel Guide

the Philippines TravelThe Republic of the Philippines is a beautiful island country, enjoying a number of scenery of a great variety all over the country, including the coconut groove, coastal beaches, volcanoes and waterfalls. Besides, the clear sea water, the blue sky, the natural beauty of lakes and mountains all contribute to creating gorgeous scenery in the Philippines. As the Philippines in located in the subtropical zone, it abounds with many kinds of products. Tourists can have a taste of fruits and sea food there all the year round while visiting the Philippines. In addition, the Philippines has many ethnic groups. Because of some historical reasons, the Philippines combine the western customs and eastern customs quite well, making it a country full of exotic features. >> More about the Philippines Travel

Cambodia Travel Guide

Cambodia TravelCambodia borders on Vietnam in the east and southeast, borders on Laos in the north, Thailand in the west and northwest and located on the bank of Gulf of Siam. In the opinion of the world, the modern Cambodia is a country of social unrest with ongoing wars, which made tourists hesitate to travel there. However, the natural scenery, historical sites and brilliant culture of Cambodia survived in the wars and are still prosperous nowadays. For example, the world famous Angkor Wat, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, is located in Cambodia, attracting numerous tourists to watch the wonder each year. In Cambodia, as most of the residents believe in Buddhism, there exist a number of various Buddhist temples with a long history. >> More about Cambodia travel

Laos Travel Guide

Laos TravelIn recent years, Laos has cooperated with over 500 foreign tourist companies abroad, opened 11 international tourist ports and invested in tourist infrastructure construction, attracting an increasing number of tourists year by year. There are many famous scenic spots in Laos, such as Wat That in Vientiane, Jade Buddha Temple and Kouang Xi Waterfall. In Laos, there are over 2,000 temples which were not only used as the center of religious activities, but also acted as the main place for spreading culture and education. Most of the temples are concentrated in Vientiane and Luang Prabang. Luang Prabang used to be the place where the king lived and the center of Buddhism, in which there are many ancient temples with long history.  >> More about Laos Travel

Myanmar Travel Guide

myanmar TravelMyanmar is a famous Buddhist country with the long history of Buddhism for over 2,500 years. Myanmar has a total population of about 53,000,000, among which over 80% of the total population believes in Buddhism. In Myanmar, every man must shave his head and become a monk for a certain period of time during his lifetime. Otherwise, he will be scorned by the society. The Buddhists in Myanmar believe that building Buddhist pagodas can increase their virtue and benefit their whole lives. The Buddhists respect temples and pagodas and numerous Buddhist pagodas have been built every where in Myanmar. According to statistics, there are more than 100,000 Buddhist pagodas in the whole country. Thus, Myanmar is also known for “the country of Buddhist pagodas”. >> More about Myanmar travel

 

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