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Asia- travel and airport information 

Air travel in Asia  provides to visitors all information about  travel agency ,hotel ,passengers and airports

also offers live broadcast of theAsiaTravel channels

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Asia-travel.com is a pan-Asia online hotel and travel agency. It is supported by a network of operation and customer services offices inSingapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong,China and UAE. It has transformed itself from a niche hotel reservation service provider to a total hotel and travel reservation service provider. Providing three services on flights, tours and hotels, Asiatravel.com first of its kind in Asia. The company offers discounted airfares for all major airlines, which can be booked on an instant confirmation basis.

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Asia is the world’s largest and most populous continent, encompassing China and India, the world’s two largest countries population-wise. Well over 4 billion of the world’s 7 billion people live in Asia and most of the fastest growing countries and cities can be found here.

From the vast frozen stretches of Siberia to the steamy jungles ofBorneo and the dramatic peaks of the Himalayas in the northern part of the Indian sub-continent or the vast deserts of the Arabian Peninsula, Asia is a diverse region that defies categorisation. Modern cities like Tokyo, Shanghai and Singapore herald a growingly urban landscape, but this move towards modernisation is negotiated with the desire to maintain cultural tradition.

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Wonderful of Wonders of the World Taj Mahal India

Taj Mahal

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Legends Forbidden City – China

Forbidden City Courtyard

Forbidden City History Legends Forbidden City Photo & Video of  Forbidden City Sites and Links of Forbidden City      Forbidden City History The site of the Forbidden City was situated on the Imperial City during the Mongol Yuan Dynasty. Upon the establishment of the Ming Dynasty, the Hongwu Emperor …

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Trip to the Tibetan temples

World Most Amazing Temples

Temples of Tibet With the spread of Buddhism, the construction of monasteries developed rapidly and monasteries became the main body of Tibet ancient architecture. Due to the expenditure of a large quantity of financial resources as well as a large amount of material resources, those monasteries are the best embodiments …

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” Valley of the Whales ” El Fayoum Egypt

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 “Whales Valley” is a fossil site in the alfayyum governorate of Egypt, some 150 km southwest of Cairo  It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site  in July 2005 for its hundreds of fossils of some of the earliest forms of Whale. The valley of whale, also known as Zeuglodon valley, …

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Khaefre’s pyramid and Sphinx

Khaefre, Khufu’s son, built beside his father’s pyramid. His is the smaller pyramid, but as it is built on higher ground, and has a slightly steeper angle, it appears the larger. Today Khaefre’s complex is the most complete of the Giza three, while his is the only pyramid to retain …

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film : The hidden secrets of Egypt Pyramids

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Luxor, Abu Simbel, Aswan

Abu Simbel, one of the world’s great archaeological sites, is pictured in its Nubian context along with detailed photographs of wall reliefs and sculpture, historical descriptions of its significance in the pharaonic period, and the modern salvage operation conducted in the 1960s. Abu simbel built by Ramses II for himself …

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