Teaching English and Living as an Expat in Pakistan

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Pakistan consistently receives bad press from the global news media, but Heather Carreiro offers an expat teacher’s view of what life is like on the ground.

A Memorable Journey to the Beach – Ko Samet, Thailand

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Even if the locals don’t really know their country very well, Rashaad Jorden thinks they can make travel unintentionally entertaining.

Doi Inthanon National Park – “The Roof of Thailand”

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Doi Inthanon National Park is a true jewel of natural beauty, consisting of rugged mountainous terrain blanketed by lush tropical forests and dotted with mighty rivers and majestic waterfalls. Norman A. Rubin takes us on a tour.

Motorbikes and Menu Roulette in Saigon

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Kaitlyn Barrett’s Vietnam to-do list: 1. Rent motorbike. 2. Drive through Saigon. 3. Live to tell the story.

5 of the Best Lesser-Known Places to Enjoy in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is famous for its skyline, shopping and its vibrant urban lifestyle, but there is much more that can be enjoyed.

Macau – The Vegas of Asia

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Love Las Vegas but want to play blackjack somewhere more exotic? Try Macau.

Karma or Concidence in Bangkok

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When David arrived at Khoa San Road in Bangkok at Christmas, little did he know that unforeseen circumstances would lead to him returning to complete a TEFL course.

Kathmandu Nights

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Carleton Cole takes us on a wild ride through Kathmandu, into the Nepali capital’s overwhelming backpacker ghetto of Thamel, which makes Asia’s other travellers’ districts look as tame as a tea party.

Great Getaways from Shanghai: China’s Hidden Charms

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Too many people stick to the well-trodden paths in China and miss out on the country’s hidden charms. Shelley Seale hopes to change that with these three excellent suggestions for weekend trips from the mega-city of Shanghai.

A Very Different Nepal

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Nepal’s southern region, with its wetlands, forests, and agricultural communities offers fascinating contrasts with the Himmalayas. Paul Belz describes his close experiences with the Terai’s people and wildlife.