Category Archives: Asia

Weather in Suzhou by Month

Suzhou, known as the “Venice of the East,” is a city located in Jiangsu Province, China. Renowned for its classical gardens, picturesque canals, and rich cultural heritage, Suzhou attracts visitors from around the world seeking to explore its beauty and history. Understanding the weather patterns in Suzhou by month is essential for travelers planning their… Read More »

Things to Do in Jakarta, Indonesia

Cuisine and restaurants in Jakarta In Jakarta, you can eat in a variety of establishments: there are chic Michelin-starred restaurants, and cheap local warung restaurants (they are usually run by one family), and numerous stalls with street food. Most of the local dishes contain rice, hot sauces and something fried. But you can’t find pork… Read More »

China Fast Facts

China is one of the largest countries on earth in terms of area and has an incredible 1,300 million inhabitants. It borders 14 other countries in Asia and therefore plays a central role alongside Russia on the continent, but also worldwide. The communist-ruled country is varied, exciting and has a long history rich in culture.… Read More »

Nightclubs in Istanbul, Turkey

CLUBS BEYOGLU. Nightclub Babylon Performance Club is the best nightclub in Istanbul, with live music, one of the best jazz clubs in the world. Turkish and foreign performers of jazz, reggae and modern dance music regularly perform here. Drinks are expensive. Tickets for concerts, which can be bought in the afternoon at the ticket office… Read More »

Wangby, Vietnam

Uong Bi is a city of the first category, located in the northern part of Vietnam, in the west of Quang Ninh province. The city is far from the capital countries 130 km to the east. Wang Bi is located near the northern border of Vietnam, which makes this city of strategic importance. The city… Read More »

Vietnam Recent History Part II

The conflict took a new turn after the Tet (Buddhist New Year) offensive of January-March 1968: equipped with Soviet missiles and refueled via the “Hô Chi Minh runway”, in Laotian territory, the Viet-Cong went so far as to attack with a daring foray into the outskirts of Saigon. The military events in Indochina had considerable… Read More »

Vietnam Recent History Part I

The Asian conference in Geneva (May 8-July 21, 1954), putting an end to the state of war, however, had left the ways of peaceful development undetermined. The final documents spoke of a single state of the Vietnam and of “displacement zones” of the two opposing sides, established that the Vietnamese territory was closed to the… Read More »

Thailand State Overview

The country of Thailand was previously known as Siam. This name was first changed in 1939 to Prathet Thai and again in 1949 (having been reversed during WWII). Prathet means “country” and the word Thai means “free” or “freedom” in the Thai language, a word that is also the name of the majority ethnic group in Thailand (an ethnic group… Read More »

Syria Main Cities

Hama Hama, city ​​in central Syria, on the Orontes, administrative seat of the Hama Governorate, (2004) 313,000 residents. According to bridgat, Hama is located in the middle of a fertile, densely populated arable plain, the floodplains of which until recently (1982) were irrigated by large ancient bucket wheels (noria); modern industrial plants (textiles, cement, artificial… Read More »

Customized trip – Everest Base Camp Hiking

Basic travel information The Everest Base Camp hiking trail runs through small sherpa villages and Buddhist monasteries to the legendary Mount Everest base camp. Accommodation for hiking takes place in hiking lodges run by locals. The ascent to the base camp takes a total of eleven days. The trip culminates in the ascent to the… Read More »

Everest Three-pass Hiking

DAY 1 – FLIGHTS TO KATHMANDU Flights from Helsinki overnight to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. DAY 2 – KATHMANDU Arrival in Kathmandu and last minute purchases for hiking. We dive into the hustle and bustle of the city to exchange money and explore the local restaurant offerings. ACCOMMODATION IN HOTEL MOONLIGHT OR SIMILAR DAY… Read More »

Asia Overview

Asia, the largest part of the world (around 44.6 million km 2), with 4,463 million people, more than half of the world’s population. Together with Europe, Asia forms the contiguous land mass of Eurasia. Asia is bounded in the west by the Ural Mountains and the Ural River, by the Manych lowlands, the Black Sea… Read More »

How to Get a Turkmenistan Visa

According to various lists, around 7,000 to 9,000 visitors receive visas for Turkmenistan each year. This includes transit travelers and business tourists. This makes the country one of the least visited states in the world. The few visitors basically have three visa options to choose from. In any case, and even after all formal requirements… Read More »

Best Travel Time for Bali

The ideal travel time for exciting activities in Bali If you decide to travel to Bali during the dry season, you can look forward to many activities. Surfing, diving, snorkeling and climbing Gunung Agung are popular activities this season. Snorkeling and diving in Bali Those who want to marvel at the underwater world in all… Read More »

Best Travel Time for Koh Samui

Koh Samui is an island in the Gulf of Thailand. Other well-known spellings and names are Ko Samui and Samui . Together with Koh Tao and Koh Phangan and hundreds of other islands, Koh Samui is part of the Samui archipelago . The second largest island of Thailand is part of the Surat Thani Province . Along with Phuket, it is one of the most popular holiday destinations… Read More »

Laos – Genuine and Untouched

Quietly resting between five other countries, Laos has its own distinct character according to countryaah. Short for LAO by abbreviationfinder, the country of Laos has a history that dates back thousands of years. There is a lot to see and we have done the work for you and selected our favorites. Here you can marvel… Read More »