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Ko Chang Island

Thailand’s Ko Chang Island growing in popularity

The Ko Chang Marine Park archipelago is home to the island of Ko Chang, which is the second largest in all of Thailand. Ko Chang lies in the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand and is about 200 miles away from Bangkok and is quite close to the Thailand/Cambodia border. The island, which is […]

Wuhan Offers Excellent Mixture of the Old and New

Wuhan Offers Excellent Mixture of the Old and New

When visiting central China there’s a good chance you’ll come across the Hubei Province and its marvelous capital city of Wuhan. The province sits in the Jianghan Plain, which is a fertile area that features the joining of the Hanjiang and Yangtze Rivers. In fact, if you take a cruise down the famous Yangtze River […]

Chumphon: One of Thailand’s Hidden Treasures

Chumphon: One of Thailand’s Hidden Treasures

The town of Chumphon lies on the gulf coast in southern Thailand where it’s known as a gateway to other southern border towns. The Chumphon province offers about 135 miles of coastline for lovers of the sea and sand and water sports. You’ll find it’s a popular place for swimming, yachting, sunbathing, paragliding, snorkeling, and […]

Bomb Shelters Make for Interesting Commercial Ventures in Shanghai

Bomb Shelters Make for Interesting Commercial Ventures in Shanghai

Bar hoppers and pub-crawlers are sure to form a deep bond with Shanghai, as this Chinese city has some excellent drinking establishments. It also has some very creative ones, such as the Shelter nightclub, which is actually a real bomb shelter turned into a club. The venue sits on the city’s Yongfu Road and looks […]