Japan’s Shinkansen, or bullet trains, are a legend the world over. Details on touring Japan by train and what it’s like to ride the bullet train in Japan.
Myanmar: Ten things about the country formerly known as Burma that might surprise, including how inexpensive things are, and how easy it is to get a visa.
A women’s travel group visited Iran in November 2016 and experienced a range of reactions, from suspicious hosts to the grandeur of Persepolis, and Isfahan.
Mat Ward is an alcoholic–he was told he would die if he did not get sober, so he traveled to 21 countries, attending AA meetings in each one.
A visit to the Naadam festival in Mongolia, with exciting horse races, archery competitions and experiencing the fierce Gobi desert, sleeping in Gers.
In South Korea, a major tourist attraction is the DMZ. But these travelers visited the Fourth tunnel and the Eilji Observatory without a guide.
If you want to get a new job that pays well consider getting a TEFL cert and heading to Taiwan to teach English. Billie Tyler says it is a great life!
In 2016, a visit to Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea shows that cellphones have become ubiquitous and the country is fast becoming more modern.
Bangladesh: Sundabars, Sylhet’s tea gardens, monuments, holidays, Cox’s bazaar, Banderban
Touring Sri Lanka’s capital, Colombo, and visiting six of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in different parts of the island nation near India.
Astana has emerged as one of the famous new cities in Central Asia, but what is the meaning behind it’s odd, futuristic architecture?
Ten tips for western travelers who are going to Tokyo for the first time…bowing, presenting yourself, how to drink tea, slurp noodles and more.
A brief trip to a remote part of Russia, Kamchatka, which is a peninsula that dangles down near Siberia, and is full of bears, volcanoes and funny people.
A tour of Hanoi Vietnam for desserts. 12 different Vietnamese desserts and coffees you can find in Hanoi, on the streets and in city cafes and bakeries.
In what was once a peaceful school in Phenom Penh because a notorious prison dubbed “S-21” during the Khmer Rouge years. Today it’s a museum you can visit.
Xi’an is one of the three cities that most travelers visit in China, after Beijing and Shanghai. seeing Terracotta Replica Museum, the Terracotta warriors.
In Vientiane, Laos, James Dorsey describes the important cultural tradition of Tak-Bat, or giving daily alms to monks who must not handle money after 12 pm.
Indonesia’s jewel–Bali, a paradise of terraced rice fields, temples and relaxed happy people. A guide to what to see and do in Bali.