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14 Things To Do In Jakarta, Indonesia

Jakarta is now the largest metropolitan city in Southeast Asia being home to over 10 million people. It was once named as the “Jewel of Asia” because of the opportunities it offered to European businessmen especially those involved in the trading industry. Jakarta as the main economic center of Indonesia during the Dutch colonization. It had largely contributed to the thriving trading business of the Dutch East Indies. At that time, Jakarta was named “Batavia”. Despite being a large mass of land, Jakarta for some may find that there isn’t much to do in this city. But! The differences between various areas of Jakarta make it more interesting and make you wonder the extent of change this city has undergone...

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44 Hours: Bangkok, Thailand Travelbook Explore Like A Local

A megalopolis surrounded by a large river resides in Thailand is to what most local call The Golden City, known to the world as Bangkok. Its cheaper cost of living attracted nearly 12 million residents. Even with the number of foreigners living in this big city, Bangkok retained its famous traditions and beliefs with the right amount of modernization to adapt. Filled with culture, food, tradition and fun things to do, let’s travel to the vibrant city that is Bangkok. DAY 1 0830 To fully appreciate Thai cuisine, you must not miss the chance to learn to cook Thai food. A Thai Cooking Class if offered by the famous “Cooking with Poo’. A very charismatic Thai lady named Poo will...

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44 Hours: Hong Kong Travelbook Explore Like A Local

Hong Kong has become one of the world’s busiest countries economic-wise. A lot of movies and other production projects are set here. It’s just a magical place to be in no matter how crowded it may be. Hong Kong’s Kowloon has one of the heaviest population counts in a region in the entire world. The skyscrapers, the theme parks, and the food scene are just saturated with culture and history, not just of a single nationality but a mix of different influences. So now let me give you this city guide to properly encounter the magic that is Hong Kong and what greater way to experience that than to tour like a local. So get packed and booked for another...

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Best Themed Cafés in Bangkok

Unicorn Café Situated in the exceptional neighborhood of Silom, travelers and local people proceed to discover their way to the Unicorn Café. The interior designer has probably taken inspiration from "The Powerpuff Girls", "My Little Pony" and "Hello Kitty" and it unquestionably appears. Unicorn Cafe serves espresso, tea, and cake, alongside exceptional creations like their Unicorn Rainbow Cheeseburger. On their Facebook page, there is a video of the multi-shaded cheese, conveniently hung on a patty of meat so you might want to look at that. How frequently do you find the opportunity to slip into a unicorn suit and appreciate some tea with your best friends? If the blast of pastel hues isn't sufficient to make your teeth melt, the...

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Travelbook Now Offers Tours And Experiences Around You: Explore 14 Things To Do in Bangkok, Thailand

The stunning city of Bangkok in Thailand is continuously evolving and developing. It offers a wide array of unique things to do. From experiences of a local to modern trips and adventures. Here are 14 of the most unique experiences in Bangkok. Jim Thompson House: Private Half-Day Guided Tour Find a stunning piece of Thai history with a guided voyage through the Jim Thompson House. See the perplexing American architect's broad accumulation of Thai craftsmanship, explore his perfectly self-structured house, encompassed by rich wilderness foliage in the core of Bangkok, and reveal an unprecedented story of one man's impact on a country. EasyKart Bangkok Pack your sportiest shoes and prepare to race! EasyKart Bangkok puts you in the driver's seat...

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