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Sleeping at Kansai Airport

So there, my Japan experience is off to a luxurious start, spending a night at Kansai International Airport (KIX) haha. Thanks to my airline cancelling a flight, we were moved to an earlier flight  two days before my original schedule. 819 more words

Southeast Asia

Adam says – Epilogue, part 2: Maggie

May Linh and Lily were now reunited in May Linh’s place, up in the mountains of this southeastern Asian country. And they were waiting for Maggie. 1,422 more words

Adam Says

See Why Singapore Tops The List Of Best Countries To Visit In 2015

Singapore is #1 in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2015 list. Why? One word: Shiok.

Singapore has its unique style of cuisine and culture. Amid the concrete jungle, the country manages to offer an escape with abundance of trees on almost every road, as well as providing ample opportunities to explore the island. 31 more words

Travel

Singapore economy to grow 3% this year

The figure is down from the 3.3 per cent forecast in the previous survey, after gross domestic product growth in the third quarter was lower than expected. 483 more words

Business

Indonesia Turning Away From ASEAN Under Jokowi?

By Prashanth Parameswaran

Early signs point to a far more bilateral, domestic-oriented foreign policy

Barely two months after Indonesian president Joko “Jokowi” Widodo took office in a historic election, he has already stirred fears among some at home and abroad that his country, a traditional leader in Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), may be looking beyond the organization in its foreign policy just as the bloc prepares to further its regional integration agenda in 2015. 1,105 more words

SOUTHEAST ASIA

Kuang Si Waterfalls

I’m a self-professed waterfall snob. Hate me all you want, but after four summers spent living in Yosemite National Park, it’s kinda hard to get worked up over a 10m fall. 146 more words

Thailand Tourism Google Earth Map

Linked below is a Google Earth file containing information about Thailand. The colorful polygons are the different ethnic groups, and the pins include Thailand’s history, culture, political and economic geography, and a bunch of interesting tourist sites that are worth a visit! 16 more words

Physical Geography