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Asias Great Culture And Vacation Travel Wonders
We know Asia its agreat country and with alot of great resources but lets take a look at its culture and the great places for travel that can be found in many places of Asia.
With Asia's immense size, and natural and cultural diversity, it can be daunting to the first-time visitor from the West. After a long period of instability and war, Cambodia has once again become a viable tourist destination. And Angkor Wat, which boasts around 100 temples, is undoubtedly the country's biggest draw. From the heights of the world's tallest building in Kuala Lumpur to the depths reached by divers off Borneo, Malaysia has something for everyone. China, with its population now well in excess of one billion people , has so much to see and do that it would require a lifetime to explore.
Despite the fact that India is considered the world's largest democracy, religion is present everywhere, and the great architecture that celebrates the faiths of Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs is not hard to find. To make the most of your time in Asia, there are some important factors to consider before you go. For instance, it costs a lot more to visit during peak travel periods, and these can vary even within a country. Also, remember to read the fine print for hidden costs (such as additional taxes) before you book a package.
When you fly is as important as where you fly if you're trying to save money on airfare. As with vacation packages, you can find the cheapest airfares to Asia on midweek days and in the low season.
And with Asia beginning to open more to the west economy we can see that they are willing to receive people from all parts of the world with a great smile and also giving the security of having a great time.
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