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Conical hats draw many visitors in Vietnam
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2009-11-20 03:14:32 (via activetravelmagazines.com)
Visitors to Phu Cam village in the former imperial capital of Hue will be instantly impressed by its traditional way of making conical hats. Poem-hat is a distinctive feature of culture in Hue. Locals say they like to do the job not only to earn money but to preserve their age-old tradition.
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How Vietnamese People Cultivate Wet Rice?
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2009-11-19 01:22:34 (via activetravelmagazines.com)
Some 70 per cent of Vietnam’s population is engaged in agriculture, which uses over 20 per cent of the country’s area and produces 15 per cent of its GDP.
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Top Ten Asia Beaches by the Sunday Herald Sun
Submitted by ollivier on 2009-11-18 08:10:34 (via blog.paradizo.com)
The Sunday Herald Sun recently reported on the top beaches in Asia. With idyllic archipelagoes, exotic shores and twinkling islands, there is more than enough to choose from. You won’t find old favorites like Boracay’s White Beach and the Maldives but new and undiscovered beaches that all have one thing in common: they are simply paradise.   More...
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Best Time to Visit and Travel to Malaysia
Submitted by Visit-Malaysia on 2009-11-17 03:35:25 (via travelto.my)
Visit Malaysia is wonderful, but you need to know exactly when is the best time to visit Malaysia. Different location in Malaysia have a different climate, so be prepared!
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The "Stopping Point" of Malaysia - Perhentian Islands, Terengganu
Submitted by Visit-Malaysia on 2009-11-17 03:31:17 (via ezinearticles.com)
More travelers love to go to Perhentian kecil for the cheaper facilities costs instead of Perhentian Besar which offers more expenses to be spent on the facilities and services provided. However, most families who on holiday with their children more prefer to spend their vacation here.
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Mdina by Day
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-11-17 02:07:06 (via www.101malta.com)
in Malta we do have one of the closest things you will ever find to time travel – the ancient city of Mdina.
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Ggantija Temples
Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-11-17 02:04:14 (via www.101malta.com)
A civilisation that we may consider as too early for monumental thinking, let alone building, had nonetheless come out of the caves to create these wondrous constructions well before the Egyptians eventually gave us the pyramids.
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Buying a touring motorbike in Vietnam - Vietnam Motorcycling Travel Guide
Submitted by Bobby Nguyen on 2009-11-17 00:13:01 (via activetravelmagazines.com)
By far, the best way to experience Vietnam is by motorbike. As with elsewhere in southeast Asia, here, the motorbike is king. They are cheap to buy, easy to repair, and they can take you places the tour bus would never dare to go.
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Dominica: Discover Fledgling Tourism Destination
Submitted by promisem on 2009-11-16 15:34:47 (via www.caribeez.com)
A cruise visit to Dominica leaves the impression that the island is just getting started with tourism. It begins with a small shopping district. But the unspoiled city and countryside are authentic.
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Curacao: Taste Dutch Heritage, Avoid Most Hurricanes
Submitted by promisem on 2009-11-16 15:33:39 (via www.caribeez.com)
Curacao is one of the ABC islands that include Aruba and Bonaire off the coast of Venezuela. They have the reputation of lying outside of the hurricane path, but the truth is that they do face that possibility on rare occasion.
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