Travel In Asia
Travel In Asia
India is a land of traditional and modern worlds, an array of sacred sites and spiritual encounters. Outdoor lovers will enjoy the sun-washed beaches, national parks and the widlife sanctuaries. From the Himalayan mountains to the holy Ganges River, travelers will discover that India is a spiritual, cultural and historical.
Indonesia (the "Indian island world"), the third largest state in Asia (after China and India), occupies the main part of the Malay Archipelago, between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific, and has also annexed the western half of the island of New Guinea. The islands of Indonesia, numbering over 13,670 in all.
There’s more to Sri Lanka than Buddhist temples and palm-fringed golden beaches. Dotted with UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the island has verdant jungle, an average of eight hours sunshine a day and superb tea, ideally sipped in a colonial-style guesthouse overlooking a hillside plantation.
The Maldives are scattered across 806km (500 miles) of Indian Ocean. One of the places that you must see and it might be the best places for relaxation. Their pure white sands are fringed with green palms and surrounded by some of the clearest water in the world. Coral reefs and tropical fish.
Thailand is a country of varied natural scenery from the mountains of Mae Hong Son to the limestone islands of the Andaman Sea. With something to interest any type of tourist, Thai culture can be found in sculpture and architecture, music, dance and cuisine,over 400 temples of differing styles to discover.