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Park Plaza Sukhumvit

15 Jun, 2009

Park Plaza Sukhumvit – Perfect for Business or Leisure in Bangkok Many times, when you are planning a business trip, you start to get nervous about the overwhelming amount of work that you are going to have to get done. Well, what you need is to find the perfect atmosphere that will help you out. […]

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Le Meridien Hotel

15 Jun, 2009

All the Comforts of Home in Bangkok at Le Meridien Hotel Sometimes the only way to get what you want is to spoil yourself, and that is exactly what you will do if you stay at Le Meridien Hotel in the exotic city of Bangkok while visiting Thailand. This is a spectacular five star hotel […]

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Peninsula Hotel

15 Jun, 2009

Riverside Fun – The Peninsula in Bangkok With the tons of different hotels that you might hear about in the city of Bangkok, it can be hard to choose the right one. The Peninsula hotel in Bangkok combines beauty and comfort in a way that has never been defined by another hotel before. This gorgeous […]

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The Forbidden City

01 Jun, 2009

A Trip To The Forbidden City of China The Forbidden City is one of the most known landmarks of China; infamous worldwide due to its long and controversial history, it used to be the Chinese imperial Palace, from the Ming Dynasty until the end of the Qing Dynasty, when the last Emperor of China was […]

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Osaka

25 May, 2009

Osaka – A Nations Kitchen and More Located on the Yodo River of Osaka Bay, Osaka is a Japanese city. It has been known as the historical commercial capital of Japan almost since its inception. It is known as the “Nations Kitchen” and is consider being a meca for gourmet food connoisseurs. Osaka has several […]

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Jakar

19 May, 2009

Jakar – The Religious Attraction of Bhutan Jakar is a small town situated at the eastern part of Bhutan. The town is mostly known as a Buddhist hub in the country, featuring some of the most important sites in the area. There are more than 110 monasteries and temples of Buddha in the area, among […]

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Laos

18 May, 2009

Laos – The Small Country in the Heart of Asia Laos is a small country situated at the Southeastern part of Asia, bordering with China, Cambodia and Vietnam. The country’s official name is People’s Democratic Republic of Lao and bears a long history dating back to the 14th century. The country is influenced by all […]

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Mumbai

16 May, 2009

Mumbai – Home to Bollywood The Indian state of Maharashtra’s capital is Mumbai. It is the second largest city in the world, according to the latest population figures. The city is home to just over 14 million people. It is the entertainment and commercial center of India and home to several renown financial institutions including […]

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New Delhi

16 May, 2009

The Jewel in the Crown – New Delhi, India The capital of India is New Delhi. It is also the thirds largest Indian city. The city has been the center of many empires throughout the ages, though it was sometimes known by different names. The most famous empire that rules the area was the Mughal […]

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Yamuna River

15 May, 2009

Yamuna River – Tributary of the Ganges A tributary of the Ganges River, Yamuna River is also called Jumna or Jamuna. The river is 851 miles long, making it the Ganges Rivers largest tributary. The headwater of the river is Yamunotir in the Himalayas. The tributary runs through Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi. It also […]

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