Asia Archives - Page 25 of 26 - My Family Travels
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Singapore Swing

Singapore is such a great city to take children we are forever grateful that it is a main stopover from Australia (where we live) to most...

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The Best of Bangkok Shopping

Shopping in Bangkok is an experience to thrill and delight the most discerning of shoppers - whatever it is you're looking for. From the gleaming chrome and towering size of modern, air-conditioned...

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Passage to the Breath of God

Sitting precariously above the Pacific Ring of Fire on the Malay Archipelago, Indonesia is home to numerous active volcanoes that can erupt unpredictably, making it a destination worthy of both...

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Phuket, Thailand Is James Bond Territory

Experience sea canoeing, sailing, and other adventures at this exotic southeast Asian destination. The cave tunnel gets smaller and smaller as we lie flat in the yellow inflatable kayak. "No...

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The First Day in the Land of the Rising Sun

Since the end of 2006, my interest and fascination with Japan has grown by leaps and bounds.  It all started when I sat down one night to watch some anime, just to see what the fuss was about.  Within...

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Tokyo Is A Grand Destination

Discover activities for families traveling with juniors, seniors and in-betweens in Tokyo and the countryside of Hakone, both highlights of a country where age comes before beauty (and guarantees wisdom!)

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Asia: Shangri-la Hotels And Resorts Family Programs

This information about the family facilities available at one of Asia's leading hotel chains is provided courtesy of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts. Many of the deluxe Shangri-La...

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Safe Travels

For most of us, travel doesn't seem dangerous. In fact, it seems kind of glamorous. It's easy to be seduced by the idea of wandering the streets of Dubai, floating in the Dead Sea, or seeing the iconic...

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West Meets East in Vietnam

Today, after wandering through the Metropolitan Museum of Art and visiting the standard exhibits which have lured me there during the past 17 years (i.e. the Temple of Dendur, the Medieval armor hall,...

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