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    If you are planning a trip to Japan, you are probably going on a visit that you only take once in a lifetime. While in Japan, you will want to take advantage of seeing all the top spots in the least time possible.

    There are not that many places in the world that have the kind of mystique that Japan does. Even though Japan has gained a lot of attention in the past few decades due to its booming economic success, there is still a lot about Japan that remains unknown. To really find out what Japan is all about, you will have ...

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    Japan has always been a popular holiday destination for foreign tourists, but last year saw a record number of tourists visit its shores. This can probably be attributed to a weaker yen and easing of visa requirements for travellers from some Asian countries, but I also think the quality of the attractions and sights on offer draws the tourists in as well.

    The Japanese government has also made a concerted effort to increase the amount of visitors to Japan via various promotional campaigns. Boosting tourism has been one of the cornerstones of Prime Minister Abe’s growth strategy for Japan. The New Year in 2015 is going to be an even hotter year for travelling in Japan. The following is a list ...

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    Photograph via Beautiful places to visit   Just like Bora Bora, the Maldives is another tropical paradise that feels like a fantasy world. Hundreds of lush islands, lined with the whitest sandy beaches, and surrounded by the bluest of water; the Malvides is a ...

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    Garden by the Bay is a park on a reclaimed land in central Singapore, adjacent to the Marin a Reservoir. It is a favorite place in Singapore today and It’s a ‘must.’ even if you only have a few hours in Singapore. It is a great sight and it is very close to the Marina Bay Sands hotel at Shoppes at Marina Bay.

    the supertrees at night It is a Singapore’s premier urban outdoor recreation space and a national icon too. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. There is a fee to enter the domes but you can walk around the ...

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    Angkor Archeological Park – Angkor Wat Guide  This section as intended as a guide for visiting the monuments at Angkor. It can be either read in advance of a visit or afterwards to reinforce the experience, or used at the sites to enable the visitor to be an active spectator. Historical quotes from early visitors to Angkor are included ...

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    Singapore’s Chinatown is the traditional Chinese quarters of town, and while the entire city is largely Chinese these days the area does retain some of its own charm. The area is also known as Niu Che Shui (牛车水) in Chinese and Kreta Ayer in Malay, both names meaning “bullock cart water”, a reference to the carts that used to haul in drinking water.

    tourists shop singapore souvenires The area between Pagoda Street and Smith Street has been tarted up considerably for tourists, but workaday Chinatown continues south and east, merging seamlessly into the Central Business District.Tanjong Pagar is the unofficial home of Singapore’s gay community, with many watering holes in restored shophouses, while Club Street caters more to the expat ...

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    The best bars and nightclubs in Kuala Lumpur range from swinging jazz bars and Russian-inspired establishments to fashionable dance clubs and Hawaiian-themed bars. The city’s nightlife scene covers a lot of musical ground, so expect the best hits in a variety of genres, put on your favourite dancing shoes and party with KL’s hardcore late night revellers.

    While the go-to avenue for the most popular nightspots in Kuala Lumpur is Changkat Bukit Bintang, there’s no shortage of exciting venues in different locales in the city, including stunning rooftop bars with breathtaking city views and lively restobars with resident DJs spinning heart-thumping tunes all night long. Check out our 10 Best Nightlife Spots in Kuala Lumpur for ...

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    Most Popular Nightlife Spots in Kuala Lumpur   Nightlife in Kuala Lumpur is well-regarded for its vibrant and lively scene, hosting countless bars, pubs and clubs on the streets, and swanky rooftop restaurants and bars situated within five-star hotels. After the sun sets, the city becomes alive with nightspots offering a winning combination of lively and friendly ambience, extensive alcoholic ...

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    Other countries have rivers as wide and deep as China’s Yangtze, or beautiful granite cliffs and mountainous areas like China’s Yellow Mountains, or big deserts like the Taklamakan. For this list we leave off the kinds of places other countries have and focus on natural wonders that are more unique to China.

    1. Jiuzhaigou — China’s First National Park There are not a lot of places like Jiuzhaigou with big turquoise pools. The multi-hued pools, high mountain glacier scenery, wildlife, and waterfalls are at an elevation between 2,000 and 3,000 meters (about 8,500 feet). The white capped peaks tower to 4,700 meters. 2. Wulingyuan — ...

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    Most of China’s snow mountains are located in high altitude areas (examples in Tibet, some parts of Sichuan, Xinjiang and Yunnan are included below), where there is magnificent undeveloped natural scenery. Hiking and photography are the most popular activities in these snow mountain areas.

    1. Meili Snow Mountain Location: Deqin County (about 182 kilometers from Shangri-La) Altitude: 6,740 meters (21,221 feet) Ticket price: 63 yuan (including 3-yuan premium) for seeing Mingyong Glacier and visiting Yubeng Village, two highlights of Meili Snow Mountain Opening hours: 24 hours a day, and the best time to visit is ...

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