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To many people from North America or Europe, Asia can be a bit of an enigma. Located on the opposite side of the world from the first two continents, life unfolded in a markedly different manner than it did for us, creating the potential for travelers to come across many unusual sights and experiences. If you are as intrigued as the millions of new travelers that visit the world’s largest continent every year, this blog is for you. Below, we will introduce three countries you should visit on your first trip to Asia. 1) Singapore If you are nervous about…

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Ready to finally tick India off your bucket list? As one of the world’s most intriguing nations in the world there are countless reasons to visit India. It is not surprising that so many of us desire to travel here at some point in their lives. Having said that, some cities are easier to handle than others – in that respect, Mumbai is a great option for India newbies. So lets take a look at the must-see attractions in Mumbai! Here’s what you don’t want to miss if you are only in this glorious city for a week or even…

Puri is most recalled for its year round, sun-kissedbeaches, and the 12th century Jagannath Temple, is dubbed one of the Char Dhams in Hindu faith. About 60 kilometers south of Odisha’s capital city, Bhubaneswar, Puri crammed by honeymooners and weekend trippers mostly from eastern India, is a lovely juxtaposition of beaches, lakes, stellar architecture and a vibrant history. It’s colorful bazaars, the shell-based knickknacks they hawk, including some ethnic local fabric, add to Puri’s overall charm. While this little seafront town has its share of beaches and temples, for a more discerning traveler there are quite a few offbeat surprises…

  If Bali has always been in your list of places to visit, why not fast track your plans and head over there in 2017? Bali is a tropical island filled with natural beauty, picturesque resorts, easy-going beaches, warm people, and lovely culture. Bali is steeped in a daily tradition of customary dress, flower offerings, ornate rituals, and pavilion houses. Here are some things to know before you go. First things first: Australians traveling to Indonesia. Let’s talk about Indonesia visas and passports. As of March 2016, Australian tourists no longer need a visa when visiting Indonesia for up to…