Travel to Asia



Planning to travel to Asia?
Asia as a largest continent covers 30 percent of the world. There are 44 countries; among them China and India the world's most populated. It is a home to the tallest mountain in the world Mt Everest (China)and the world's deepest lake Lake Baikal (Russia).

Here are some websites that you may find interesting:

Travel Guide to Penang Malaysia
Travel guide to the beautiful island of Penang in Malaysia. Find attractions, things to do and see, hotels, beaches and more...

Bahrain Hotels
Traveling to Bahrain? - Choose from a largest selection of hotels in Manama Bahrain and compare prices to save!

South India Vacation
Provides information about the destinations, attractions, culture, medical tourism, yoga, ayurveda etc of South India.

Vietnam Motorbikes Tours
Try this for holiday of a lifetime!

Off road Vietnam
Off-road information, tours and adventures in Vietnam on motorbike, moped scooter, motorcycle, bike, bicycle, car, junk, train and 4x4 vehicles, kayaking and trekking... Site features a tour library of detailed itineraries and photos from the road.

Mongolia Attractions
Learn when and why you should travel, travel requirements to Mongolia and check out the best deals on how to get there.

Mysterious Bhutan Tours and Adventures
Mysterious Bhutan Tours and Adventures values every customer, so we do our best to ensure you a great travel experiences in Bhutan and secure the joy of travel.

KLCCMalaysia Tourism Guide
Malaysia's rainforest is old enough to make Amazon seems adolescent in comparison. Powder white sand, and coconut lined beaches are common. Yet, the world's tallest twin towers await you at Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). Discover this amazing tropical paradise, through a Malaysian frequent traveller

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