Asia is full of wonders, but how do you know which countries are the best of the best? Where should you spend your hard-earned yen, bhat or rupees? Here are the top five spots for a vacation in the world’s biggest continent.
With everything from the golden jackal to the green sea turtle, Thailand is so biologically diverse that your eyes will water from the sheer amount of colors and species. You’ll love the food, too. There’s nothing like salapao!
Home to Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, Nepal attract thousands of thrill-seekers each year for climbing, trekking and skiing. If you’re looking to get your blood pumping, this is the destination for you.
The Land of the Rising Sun is a mix of ancient temples and technological miracles. Depending on where you visit, you might find yourself worshiping a gigantic Buddha or playing the latest video game in a chrome tower.
You’ll never run out of things to do in China! Not when you have the Great Wall, the Terracotta Warriors and everything from panda reserves to forbidden cities.
Big and bustling, India is one of the most popular travel destinations on the planet. People come from all over to experience the street markets and the amazing architecture of the Taj Mahal. Millions of tourists can’t be wrong!
If you’re ready to experience something new, let these five locations be your guide to excitement in Asia. Find out more here!
For over thousand years, Muay Thai become fantastic martial arts exercise in Thailand. Many people have learned this exercise to increase their strength, flexibility and gain muscle in proper manner. Nowadays, people in the world already knew this exercise. Most of them are interested to learn and study Muay Thai especially those from Western countries. Men, women, adult and children can learn and practice Muay Thai. It is safe exercise to help people stay fit. For this condition, Muay Thai has also become more popular martial arts sport in the world.
Muay Thai works to train all muscles of body. Muay Thai teach people to train their arm, knees, elbow and feet with strong power. In this sport, people know and understand how to defense and protect themselves from other attack. But, Muay Thai is also teaching people to fight back or attack the enemy. Before practicing Muay Thai, all students should practice some pre-exercise such as; jogging, running, skipping rope, and stretching. Muay Thai can teach people to attack other people or sparring with free hand. Every student should practice pre-exercise before a Muay Thai lesson.
There is no specific requirement to practice Muay Thai at training course. All people both men, women, adult and children can learn and practice Muay Thai. Muay Thai can give people more flexibility, strength, and stamina. Many people become familiar with this martial art sport. Million people come to Thailand just only to learn and practice Muay Thai in holiday seasons. Do not hesitate to come and visit Muay Thai training camp in Thailand while traveling in South East Asia. It is one of the great ways for your weight loss problem.
Practicing regular exercise before Muay Thai course includes; jogging, running, skipping rope and stretching can help people to burn unwanted calories within the body. So, it is good way to reduce over weight. Muay Thai can build tone muscle, flexibility and make you more relax. Muay Thai become popular martial art sport in Thailand and become the most effective sport platform for fitness/aerobic training. Practice Muay Thai to boost your weight loss goal. The answer is visiting Muay Thai training camp in Thailand and you can read at Best Muay Thai. There are standby experts and professional teachers who are ready to help, guide and assist you to learn and practice Muay Thai as well. Learning this sport at BestMuayThai.com or Suwit training camp is an exciting fun and enjoyable. You will become fresher outside and healthy inside.
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Bangkok is a fascinating city with many exotic attractions, but hardly a destination for tourists seeking a peaceful spot in the bosom of nature. At least up to now, especially with the introduction of cheap Thailand flights. Take the Skytrain from central Bangkok to Bangna BTS station and then a taxi, local minibus or even walk to Sangphawut Pier, near the Bangna Nok Temple. Join the locals on the ferry across the Chao Praya River and in a short while you enter another world.
This is Bang Krachao Island. Set in mangroves and palm trees, this island is the Green Lung of Bangkok. It’s probably the only remaining area of Bangkok where trees cover most of the ground. Here six small communities make a modest living from farming and ferrying people across the river’s grey waters. It has 200-year old Buddhist temples and a modern development that will also take you back 200 years. After a five minute walk from the ferry pier through papaya and coconut orchards you reach the Bangkok Tree House hotel.
Built from metal and bamboo, it evokes the style of Bangkok’s historic quarter. But it has modern eco credentials. All the wood is reclaimed and the bamboo is locally grown. The wall insulation is made of juice cartons while LED lighting is solar or wind powered. There are solar ovens in the kitchen. The hotel management is also doing its best to clean up the Chao Praya River. It clears one kilo of debris floating in the water for each booking it takes.
Insects and ladders
This hotel offers a holiday with nature and modern comfort. It has just 11 rooms in a curious quirk, all named after insects that are set in individual lodges, each built on three levels. The ground floor is like a huge bathroom. There is an outdoor bathing area on a wooden balcony that offers a choice of traditional shower or rain shower. The glass floor in the toilet provides a view of the ground six feet below. Don’t worry about privacy; there are plenty of bamboo blinds.
Walk up the ladder stairs to a spacious bedroom with a comfortable bed, wall screen computer and that all important air conditioning. Temperatures here can reach 35 degrees Celsius. This is where you can chill away from the humidity outdoors. Another ladder leads to the roof top. Here there are beds for sunbathing or for relaxing while watching the night sky. You can even sleep outdoors. Raised pathways link each bungalow to the swimming pool and restaurant. There are three choices of food available: pescatarian, vegetarian or vegan, – the menu is meat free – all grown locally and organically.
Walk or rent a bike to explore the surrounding land along miles of pathways built by locals through the lush vegetation. You will pass all kinds of houses built on many levels in the low land. Some of the residents even offer herbal joss sticks that help to keep the mosquitoes away at night. There are roadside restaurants offering traditional fare before you return to your modern, eco friendly and uniquely peaceful hotel.
Image courtesy Bangkok Treehouse Hotel