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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: PHUKET • THAILAND

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in 2018. PHUKET ................ Phuket island was on one of the main trading routes between India and China and has been frequently mentioned in foreign trader's ship logs. Most beaches are on the west coast, with Phuket Town to the southeast and the airport in the north west. ●▬▬▬▬▬ WATCH TODAY ▬▬▬▬▬● https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1KdJv1Oq10&t=246s WHAT TO DO ...................... Kata -- occupied, clean tourist beaches with great surf, divide into Kata Yai and Kata Noi Beaches Nai Thon and Nai Yang -- 2 silent beaches at Sirinat National Park Patong -- the biggest beach hotel famous for its night life Phuket Town -- the administrative centre of the state, along with...

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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: PHI PHI ISLANDS • THAILAND

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in 2018. EXPLORE PHI PHI ISLANDS - THAILAND The islands are: • Ko Phi Phi Don, island and the largest. You won't believe the quantity of development, this place has gotten, which is almost entirely limited to the sandbar separating two of the most beaches of the island. The island has a rock beach in the small and east beaches at the foot of the hills. Patches of rather coral might be located off the coast, surrounded a variety of sea urchins. • Bida Nok and Bida Nai, two small limestone karsts to the south of Phi Phi Leh. The majority of the growth of Phi Phi Don is...

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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: PORTO • PORTUGAL

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in Porto, Portugal 2018. EXPLORING PORTO>> The town was built across the hills overlooking the Douro river estuary, and its own historic center was granted World Heritage standing by UNESCO in 1996. It's Been continuously inhabited since the 4th Century, when the Romans called it since Portus Calle Porto includes a semi-Mediterranean climate, though it's strongly influenced by the Atlantic ocean. Porto has ever been a mercantile town. The middle of city, contrary to other major Portuguese cities, which are towards the baroque, is monumental and granite. Residents of Porto have been called Tripeiros (tripe eaters) because of the simple fact that the town went without meat so as...

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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: MANILA • PHILIPPINES

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in 2018. EXPLORE MANILA Here you may delight in the laid-back air and roam leafy residential streets which are lined with traditional architecture. Intramuros' centrepiece is Fort Santiago -- a citadel employed by the American and Spanish army, with its arched gateways, barracks and mobile blocks offset by a refuge of fountains, gardens and plazas. There are lots of areas in Manila to eat while Filipino cuisine has taken the world by storm. For both high quality and air, try one of those restaurants that have opened inside historic Spanish colonial homes, for example, Purple Yam (an offshoot of the Brooklyn, NY restaurant), that will include contemporary Filipino degustation...

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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: PHUKET • THAILAND

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations. EXPLORE PHUKET – THAILAND BEST TIME TO VIST : DECEMBER TO APRIL Phuket Island was on one of the main trading routes between India and China and has been frequently mentioned in foreign trader’s ship logs. Recently, however, Phuket’s top industry has been tourism, which has transformed the island into Thailand’s wealthiest province. Expect prices to be a little higher than on the mainland. The west coast of Phuket was hit badly by the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004, but almost no signs of the damage now stays. Most beaches are on the west coast, with Phuket Town to the southeast and the airport in the northwest. Western...

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