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There were wonderful things to see (and eat) there and elsewhere on our trip, but somehow Inuyama made a particular impression as a perfect, and diverse, place to spend a couple of days.
While Dubai and Doha may both have something to say about global domination through airport supremacy, the fact remains that Istanbul has, in the past couple of years, become an ideal place for a layover.
We've rounded up a bucket list of things to do, eat, see, shop for, and experience in the wide world of Asia.
I just lay on the ground writhing around not in pain, but in consciousness. In my first day of meditation I had awakened a part of me I never knew existed.
You'd think a bus with a giant black and white panda head on the front and wearing a pink bow would be pretty hard to ignore. But, somehow, the Panda Buses are one of Tokyo's best-kept tourist secrets.
Japan is the ultimate travel destination for cat enthusiasts and Hello Kitty just the beginning.
Most villas and resorts perch along the Ayung River, harboring some sublime views of jungle, rice terraces, and gorges.
I lived in Hong Kong for two years, from 2009 to 2011. I knew little about Asia before moving there, so some things I saw in Hong Kong or elsewhere in the region really shocked me or left me scratching my head.
While I was in the country, the President was opening a vast ski resort in the Shahdagh region complete with five star facilities. This sort of news is fairly common.
Built in 1896 to replace an earlier building erected in 1854, the synagogue is a relic from Myanmar's colonial period.
You busted your ass, beat the odds and silenced the haters -- you made it to India! You've just made a huge step in your life as a traveler, and while there's a lot more work to be done, you deserve to savor and enjoy this moment.
I no longer wondered why Angelina hoped to adopt one Cambodian kid after another.
She pressed the back of her hand to her forehead, feigned collapsing on the ground and then looked up, smiling. She spoke in English. "I'm tired," she said.