Together with Bai Dinh and Yen Tu Pagoda Festival, Huong Pagoda Festival is among the greatest Buddhist festival in northern part of Vietnam. Huong Pagoda Festival plays an important role in the spiritual life of Vietnamese people in general and Vietnamese Buddhists in particular.

Muslims in Malaysia are prohibited from drinking alcohol, but Chinese and Indian residents and foreign visitors are free to imbibe. Kuala Lumpur has the most dynamic nightlife in the country, with plenty of bars and nightclubs

Referred to as ‘the rose of the north’ of Thailand, Chiang Mai is a destination for tourists of all kinds. Especially for families that enjoy great outdoors, natural beauty and cultural values. If you are considering about a right place to have a dream holiday with your kids

Trekking in Sapa will take you nearly two days, bringing you a brief understanding and its tribal residents while watching the stunningly beautiful natural vistas.

Explore the mountains and forests of Laos on one to three day trek or longer, and visit remote ethnic villages, journey to hidden waterfalls and caves, bird watching and other wildlife and investigate ruins of ancient civilizations.
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Snorkeling in Phuket,Thailand

The tropical waters of the Andaman Sea are ideal for snorkeling – clear, calm, balmy and bursting with brilliant marine life. Snorkeling can be...
Parasailing in Pattaya, Thailand

Parasailing in Pattaya is an extremely popular way to enjoy a unique view of the beach, as well as getting your pulse racing and...

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