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You’ve Never Seen China Like This Before [Travel Video]

Thursday, July 19, 2012

“Moments in China” by Ryan Emond is an unforgettable collection of moments Ryan experienced while recently traveling around China, including shots from Hong Kong, Beijing, Guilin, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Besides capturing some incredible sunsets, time-lapse cityscapes, and panoramas of the country’s most recognized sites, there is also a shot of a kite, which, in the […]

Best View In The World For Under $1?

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

It’s true, as I found out a few weeks ago, the famed Star Ferry, servicing cross-harbor trips in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbor since 1880, costs under $1 and offers one of the most spectacular views in the world (if multi-colored, mind-boggingly tall skyscrapers set against the backdrop of a verdant, steep mountainside is your idea […]

SE Asia Trip Dispatch: Part One (When A Layover Becomes A Trip)

Sunday, October 3, 2010

There are a couple of things you should keep in mind when planning to include a massive layover during your trip. One: despite its reputation, layovers are good. Especially when they’re in a city you’ve never been to before. Especially when it’s Saturday night. And especially when you have two weeks ahead of you to […]

Escaping Hong Kong Within The City

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

I remember years ago, sitting in class with one of my best buds, making lists of places we wanted to go. For me, my list consisted of places that I thought would push my comfort level. For him, his list was about seeing the world’s best skylines. At the top of that list (no surprise) […]

A Top Ten Of China Is Just A Start. What Else Do You Suggest?

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Who doesn’t like top tens? They reel me in all the time, but they have their limitations. We all know China could fill up top ten lists in its sleep, so the one compiled over at National Geographic Traveler really doesn’t do the place justice. I’m always up for some China info. So, I turn […]

Bourdain In Hong Kong

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Squid balls, pissing shrimp, and pig knuckles: all in a day’s work for Anthony as he stops in at Tung Po Seafood Restaurant, a non-descript, food court style haunt reached via escalator in the heart of Hong Kong. Though I wasn’t expecting it, this turned out to be one of my favorite episodes so far, […]

An Insider’s Guide To The Top 10 Destinations In Asia

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Looking for some ideas for your next trip? Here are 10 must-see spots in Asia as revealed by an insider. Asia is the ultimate travel destination for the summer: easily accessible, endlessly diverse and comfortably affordable. With exciting cities, scenic splendor, fascinating wildlife, towering monuments and unique festivals, all of your best travel stories are […]

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