Black Sea Timelapse - A week in Turkey
The Black Sea region of Turkey is what you would get if you crammed the American Northwest, the Swiss Alps, the Italian coast, the Big Sky of the Canadian Rockies, the deserts of Egypt, and Versailles...
A Wine-Oasis in the Israeli Negev Desert
Pop open a bottle from one of these Israeli desert wineries and you will taste and feel something truly special. The desert breeze...the warm sun by day and ...
BBC Travel - The hidden side of the Silk Road
Behind the preserved mosques and madrassas of the Silk Road lies another Uzbekistan – one that’s brash, messy and filled with gleeful anarchy.
BBC Travel - India’s temples of sex
This extremely conservative country was once home to the world’s first sex treatise and the erotic art on display is perhaps more shocking now than when it was created.
Safe harbor in Turkey: The posh beaches and quiet coves
From my perch on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, I watched Turkish families picnic under red and white umbrellas and Brits with sunburned shoulders wade in the topaz waters of the Turkish Rivie...
National food of Uzbekistan
Gastronomic Tour in Uzbekistan. Oriental Dastarkhan (Asian Tablecloth)! During this tour you will have a opportunity not only to try Oriental gastronomy, but meet with ancient history and culture of U...
Why Oman is the Middle East's best-kept secret
I am not sure I could have placed Oman on the map before I visited. When I learnt that its neighbours are Yemen and Saudi Arabia – not exactly known for being tourist friendly – the idea that Oman cou...
Trekking Nepal’s forgotten teahouse route
Hiking this challenging trail around Mt Kanchenjunga yields rewards that more popular routes don’t, including stays in traditional teahouses that few foreigners ever see.
World's Longest and Highest Glass Bottom Bridge to Be Unveiled in Chinese National Park
In July of this year, China's scenic Zhangjiajie National Park will be opening the very first bridge of its kind. The Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Skywalk is set to be the world's longest and highest glas...
Instant Ice Cream Rolls Phuket, Thailand
These are instant ice cream rolls being made at the night market in Phuket, Thailand. It is approximately 94 F or 34 C outside. Inside the night market it is...
Dead Sea Fun in Jordan
The Dead Sea is like nowhere else we’ve been. And after years of permanent travel that’s something that’s getting harder to say. In a barren landscape of brown and beige craggy mountains the deep blue...
Jordan Highlights
In just 11 days in Jordan we travelled from dusty plains to pistachio forests, from dramatic rocky mountains to vast desert, and on to relaxing beach resorts. We floated in the most buoyant body of wa...
Visit to Chiang Mai and Chiang Dao, Thailand
Chiang Mai weather is cooler and the city much cleaner than Bangkok. It has a more provincial feel, its people friendly and unhurried. Within the old walled city there are over 300 temples. Not only i...
Xin chào Vietnam
The land of the rising dragon with its lush green hillsides, beautiful coastlines, dynamic cities and multifaceted culture was shaped by many influences and devastating conflicts, thus one can encount...
Train Travel to Myitkyina in Northern Myanmar (Burma)
A 24 hour train ride provides added color and context to any trip abroad. My ride from from Mandalay to Myitkyina in Northern Myanmar was no exception.
India: an essential travel guide
India is the one of the world's most engaging, colourful, chaotic, spiritual and life-affirming countries. But where, and how, should you go? Gill Charlton offers expert advice.
Tourism in China
Tourism in China has greatly expanded over the last few decades since the beginning of reform and opening. The emergence of a newly rich middle class and an easing of restrictions on movement by the ...
Tourism in China - Wikipedia
Tourism in India
The tourism industry of India is economically important and is growing rapidly. The World Travel & Tourism Council calculated that tourism generated INR6.4 trillion or 6.6% of the nation's GDP in...
Tourism in India - Wikipedia
Tourism in Indonesia
Tourism in Indonesia is an important component of the Indonesian economy as well as a significant source of its foreign exchange revenues. The vast country of sprawling archipelago has much to offer; ...
Tourism in Indonesia - Wikipedia
Tourism in Japan
Tourism in Japan attracted 8.3 million foreign visitors in 2008, slightly more than Singapore and Ireland. Japan has 16 World Heritage Sites, including Himeji Castle and Historic Monuments of Ancient ...
Tourism in Japan - Wikipedia
Tourism in Korea
Tourism in Korea may refer to:
Tourism in Malaysia
Malaysia is a country in South-East Asia, located partly on a peninsula of the Asian mainland and partly on the northern third of the island of Borneo. West Malaysia shares a border with Thailand, is ...
Tourism in Malaysia - Wikipedia
Tourism in Pakistan
Tourism in Pakistan has been stated by the Lonely Planet as being "tourism's ‘next big thing’ for more years than we care to remember" but "world media headlines [always] send things off the rails". P...
Tourism in Pakistan - Wikipedia
Tourism in Singapore
Tourism in Singapore is a major industry and contributor to the Singaporean economy, attracting 13,171,303 tourists in 2011, over twice Singapore's total population. It is also environmentally friendl...
Tourism in Singapore - Wikipedia
Tourism in Thailand
Tourism is a major economic factor in the Kingdom of Thailand. In 2013 it is estimated that tourism directly contributed 9% (THB1 trillion) to Thailand's GDP. When including the indirect effects of to...
Tourism in Thailand - Wikipedia
Tourism in Vietnam
Tourism in Vietnam is a significant component of the modern Vietnamese economy. In 2012, Vietnam received more than 6.8 million international arrivals, up from 2.1 million in the year 2000. The annual...
Tourism in Vietnam - Wikipedia
BBC Travel - The hidden side of the Silk Road
Behind the preserved mosques and madrassas of the Silk Road lies another Uzbekistan – one that’s brash, messy and filled with gleeful anarchy.