Hotel Nikko Saigon, Vietnam

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This 5-star property features a full-service spa, an outdoor pool and fitness facilities. Situated beside Now Zone Shopping Mall, its modern rooms have a cable flat-screen TV and bathroom.

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Offering city views from over-sized windows, the spacious rooms feature warm lighting and calming earth tones. They have a tea/coffee maker, a minibar and free Wi-Fi.

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Guests can take a dip in the hot tub or relax with a soothing spa massage. Nikko Hotel Saigon also has a business centre, concierge services and a souvenir shop.

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Hotel Nikko Saigon is a 10-minute drive from Saigon Opera House, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Reunification Palace. It is a 20-minute drive from Tan Son Nhat International Airport and has free parking.

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Royal Muang Samui Villas, Koh Samui

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Royal Muang Samui Villas are located on the white sands and clear waters of Choengmon Beach, Royal Muang Samui Villas offers rooms, villas and pool villas with free WiFi. This beachfront property also features an outdoor pool and 24-hour front desk.

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Suites and pool villas feature an LCD television, CD and DVD player and en-suite bathroom with a large spa bathtub. Room service is provided.

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Guests can experience aromatherapy and a variety of treatments at Cave Rai Ra Beach Spa. Other facilities include a fitness centre and a tour desk.

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Samui Sailor Bar & Grill serve Thai and Italian favourites with fresh seafood. Guests can enjoy wines and cocktails at Spice Beach Restaurant.

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Royal Muang Samui Villas is a 10-minute drive from Chaweng’s shopping and nightlife area. Bophut, Big Buddha Beach and Maenam are nearby, while Samui Airport is a 15-minute drive away.

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Check-out is a leisurely 12:00, so you can relax with another cup of coffee.

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Phuket – Surin Beach

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Not quite sure which beach rule they are trying at Surin Beach today. The s**t-load of umbrellas rule?

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Chinese New Monkey Year in Pictures

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Chinese New Year, the Year of the Monkey.
Pictures of Celebrations on several places on the world.

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Beautiful places in Thailand hotels where you want to have sex in.

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The outdoor bedroom above Bang Krachao at Bangkok Tree House

Amazing places for a romantic date

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Four Seasons, Chiang Rai

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The round beds at Le Meridien on Surawong Road, Bangkok

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The glass bedroom at Sri Panwa, Phuket

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The swinging basket daybeds at Keemala, Phuket

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Totally private Sala Villa at Sala, Phuket

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The open-air treatment area at The Barai, Hua Hin

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The Oriental mega-bed at Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai, Royal Suite

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The bathroom at the Pool Villa Courtyard suite at The Siam, Bangkok

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The open-air Jacuzzi tub with views until forever at Santhiya, Koh Yao Yai

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Hiking in Asia: 10 Places With Stunning Trails

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Asia is home to breathtaking nature, lush vegetation, exotic cultures and delicious cuisines. One of the best ways to explore and discover the various destinations in Asia is on foot – by taking a hike. Some hikes in Asia offer hikers a chance to spot rare wildlife species and meet indigenous tribes living in charming villages along the way. In many of the trails listed below, the journey itself is the destination.

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1. Sapa, Vietnam

Travel the northern highland town of Sapa in Vietnam for breathtaking views of rice terraces and stunning mountain peaks with mists hovering over them. Sapa rests in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range, close to the Tonkinese Alps at the Chinese borders. Sapa is an increasingly popular destination among hikers, all keen to experience the hillside treks which passes through lush landscapes and charming villages. The best time to visit is from March to May.

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2. Ladakh Range, India

India’s highest and largest district is the Ladakh Range. Comfortably nestled between two vast mountains (the Karakoram to the north and the Himalayas to the south), the Ladakh range has more sheep and yaks than monkeys and cows. In Ladakh Range, the culture of the people lean towards Tibetan rather than Indian. Travellers can take on trails in the Ladakh Range which ranges from easy (Ripchar Valley Trek and Lamayuru Alchi Trek) to difficult (Kang Yatse Trek, Hemis to Tsomoriri Trek). Some of the most gorgeous trails in the Ladakh Range are those that take hikers through the Zanskar range, such as the Lamayuru to Darcha Trek.

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3. Ratanakiri, Cambodia

Ratanakiri (Ban Lung), located in northeast Cambodia, is known for fantastic jungle trekking and hiking. It is also known as “dey krahorm” (red earth), as the area is covered in reddish dust during the dry season. Impressive hills, rivers and mountain ranges grace Ratanakiri, and the area is dotted with crater lakes and waterfalls.

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4. The Snowman Trek, Bhutan

Bhutan’s Snowman Trek covers over 200 miles, crossing 11 passes over 16,000 feet. To undertake the Snowman Trek, which takes about 25 days to complete, it is compulsory to be part of a guided tour. Each year, only a handful of people challenge themselves to take on this hike. The trail passes through Laya, home of the indigenous Layap people. Guides usually drop by the Thanza village to exchange horses for yaks, which are used to traverse difficult terrains. The highlights of this trail include the sceneries of remote valleys, visiting Buddhist monasteries, experiencing Bhutan’s authentic culture and spotting interesting wildlife such as the Himalayan blue sheep. Timing is essential for this trek, and it is best to go in April to avoid the snow and rain that closes the high passes. The Snowman Trek is ideal for the hardcore hikers.

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5. Maluan Mountain, China

The trail that leads up to Maluan Mountain is easy and safe, and it passes through clear streams, verdant woods, and captivating waterfalls. It is no surprise that this trail is popular among hiking enthusiasts. Mount Maulan is also known for its plum blossoms in red, white and sea blue, which can be seen in January from the Plum Blossom Pavilion.

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6. Gunung Tahan, Malaysia

To have a taste of the jungle, climb one of the most challenging mountains in Malaysia, Gunung Tahan. Tigers, elephants, leopards and the Sumatran rhino will greet hikers in this 130 million years old virgin rainforest, located in Taman Negara in the state of Pahang. The most scenic route is the Kuala Tahan classic train, which usually takes about seven days. Just be warned: this trek requires you to be mentally and physically fit.

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7. Mount Everest, Nepal

Climbing Everest is the dream of many mountaineers, but for those who are not capable of undertaking that intense, arduous and potentially-fatal journey, just hiking to the Everest Base Camp will do. Hikers heading to the Everest Base Camp can drop by museums and monasteries, enjoy amazing views and also experience the Sherpa culture. The warmth of Nepalese hospitality and breathtaking scenery makes the Everest Base Camp Trek an amazing trip, one that is possible even for those with average fitness.

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8. Annapurna Mountain Range, Nepal

The lofty peaks of the Annapurna are only for the trained and determined, and one of the best trails in the Annapurna Mountain Range is the famous Annapurna Circuit. This horseshoe-shaped route that runs for more than 200 kilometre is considered one of the best hikes in the world. Completing this rather challenging trek will take between 15 to 20 days. Rugged trails, sacred pilgrimage sites, exotic wildlife and awesome views of nature’s bounty will make your trip a memorable one.

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9. Mount Kailash Pilgrimage, Tibet

Mount Kailash stands out as a holy site to Buddhists, Jains, the Ayyavazhi branch of Hinduism, and the ancient Bon religion of Tibet. However, it is not often visited due to the mountain’s remote location in far western Tibet. Some religions regarded Kailash as the mythical Mt. Meru – the center and birthplace of the entire world. Myths and legends surround Mount Kailash, such as the Hindu belief that the place is the abode of god Shiva. Transportation to Mount Kailash via rugged over-land vehicles can be booked through various tour companies. Once you get there, hiking the 50 kilometres around it alongside pilgrims is the ritual to complete. Do note that the weather there can be always harsh and trekkers and pilgrims must carry all the supplies and provisions they need for the entire trip. April through September is the best months for this trek.

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10. Great Himalaya Trail, Nepal

The Great Himalaya Trail covers over 4500 kilometres and it connects the highest routes across the Himalaya with existing trekking trails and pilgrimage paths. The trail can be completed in a whopping four to six months if the weather permits. The challenging part of the Great Himalaya Trail is during the ascents and descents of the high passes, including Sherpani Pass (20,128 feet), West Col (20,154 feet), and Amphu Laptsa Pass (19,193 feet) sandwiched between Everest and Makalu. Wildlife such as the endangered snow leopard, yaks, red pandas and herds of blue sheep can be spotted along the trails, and there are also monasteries, tea houses and guest huts along the way.

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