Welcome to Bangkok! The Thai capital masterfully cultivates excess without restraint. Insatiable, she craves greatness, concrete, shopping centers and traffic.
Characteristics that have made the good (or bad) reputation of Bangkok, it is primarily the telescoping of opposites attracted. The modern opulence revolves around a traditional peaceful heart. You can go from a four star hotel with the feel of a typical Siamese village where taxi drivers are drinking energy drinks eating grilled chicken on street barbecues or be privileged to witness the activity of famous temples and shrines in the city or simple acts of kindness in the urban tumult.More
The trip to China often begins with a visit to Beijing, Shanghai or Hong Kong. You have to walk long hours in the streets invaded by cars and bicycles to measure the speed of change today at work in this country. Yunnan to Jiangsu, the wind also blows of technical progress in the countryside. Fortunately, Pingyao, Dali and other small towns of the interior, we still believe in old prints....
Not easy to discover in 3 weeks a vast country as 17 times France. More
Monster capital of nearly 13 million people, Tokyo is striking for its extreme modernity coupled with the reassuring humanity Japanese. The buildings alongside the parks and the city, when we begin to know, is more horizontal than vertical. Metropolis anarchic architecture and the extraordinary vitality, Tokyo offers contradictory sensations to the traveler. very expensive city in constant turmoil, she knows how to constantly change.
Chosen to become the capital of the Kingdom during the Joseon period (1392-1910), Seoul remained for over 600 years the capital of Korea. During the Joseon Dynasty Seoul was then designated by the name of Hanyang, it was not until 1945, during the creation of the Republic of Korea following the Japanese occupation (1910-1945) the capital took name of Seoul.
Seoul rose to the rank of international city by hosting the Asian Games in 1986 and the Olympics in 1988, and by the opening of the World Cup Korea-Japan 2002. More
With iconic landmarks - the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge - a very pleasant weather, pervasive and lush, paradisiacal beaches and a bay among the fabulous world ... Sydney has undeniable assets that are of her one of the 10 most liveable cities in the world!
Difficult to describe the city of NEW DELHI as it is cosmopolitan. Southern residential areas to the tumult of the lanes of Old Delhi in the north, multiple Hindu temples in the mosque of the Muslim quarter of Nizamuddin, New Delhi is surprisingly rich.