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Kyoto, once the capital city of Japan, as well as the residence of the emperor from 794 till 1868, is now the seventh largest city in Japan. The city has suffered through much, numerous fires and of course World War II have taken much from this great city, considering all of this, historically there is much to see here.  There are a large number of shrines, temples and other historic structures that have survived the years, of all the cities in Japan, Kyoto is certainly among the richest both architecturally and historically.

Kyoto is divided into several districts like Central, Western, Eastern, North and South Kyoto. Each district features something unique and interesting for the tourist to see. Although the first impression of the city is that of an

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urban sprawl located mostly in central Kyoto, with its modern steel and glass train, the tourists will also come across Kyoto’s hidden beauty in its many temples and various parks, indicating the city has much more to offer than what first meets the eye.

The main attraction of Kyoto for most tourists is its imperial palace and villas. The four most popular sites are the Imperial Palace, Sento Imperial Palace, located in central Kyoto, Katsura Imperial Villa, which is located in

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Siem Reap, located in northern Cambodia, literally means ‘Siam Defeated’. The place is most famous for its beautiful and well preserved temples as well as Angkor Archeological Park, which is quaint and laid back village that is a pleasant place to visit while visiting the temples. The city offers many other forms of entertainment besides these main attractions, including various restaurants, new hotels and nightclubs.

The most popular places among tourists are the temples of Angkor. Some of the more popular temples include Wat Bo, which is the oldest temples interspersed with glittering new artwork that is a complete mismatch to the

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original Angkor artwork and Wat Preah Prom Rath, a temple with modern grounds with a hint of its five hundred year old history. The architecture of the temple is the theme of the lotus, reflecting the styles of the other

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Little Known Langkawi Malaysia

March 5, 2013

Langkawi, located about thirty kilometers off the coast of northwestern Malaysia, contains a chain of ninety nine islands in the Andaman Sea, five of which appear temporarily during the low tide. The influence of Thai culture and food can be seen in the city from the brief period that it was under Japanese occupation during […]

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Come And See Perugia Italy

March 4, 2013

Perugia is located in the Italian region of Umbria. Not only does it have a university that attracts a lot of foreign students, but it is also a big medieval art center with an incredibly beautiful central area as well as a jazz festival. The city is also a big and popular producer of chocolates. […]

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Pattaya Thailand

March 1, 2013

Pattaya, a popular city of Thailand, is southeast of Bangkok, and primarily famous for its wide beaches, attracting family and single visitors alike.  The city offers a wide variety of activities to its visitors, including different land and water sporting opportunities, sightseeing, modern shopping centers, and other leisure activities for all members of the family. […]

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Beautiful Semarang Indonesia

February 28, 2013

Semarang is the capital city of Central Java, which is located in Indonesia. The city itself is located in the Northern part of Central Java. The name of the city is derived from the Javanese words ‘arang’ and ‘asem’, meaning ‘scarce tamarind. Although the city is more of business destination than meant for tourism, it […]

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