Travel around Asean with these unusual modes of transport

February 16, 2016 4:28 pm
Travel around Asean with these unusual modes of transport

  On Feb 8, the Chinese in Malaysia, and the world over, celebrated the lunar new year, bidding farewell to the Year of the Sheep and welcoming the Year of the Monkey. Traditionally, it’s a time for parties, a time of wishing peace and prosperity on others, and, above all, a […]

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Kansai and Kanto, Japan: Where all things meet

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Kansai and Kanto, Japan: Where all things meet

By N. RAMA LOHAN and S.S. YOGA Ninjas, temples, cats, castles, lacquerware, pearls and theme parks, that’s Kansai south of Honshu for starters. But it certainly is not all encompassing. Starting with the Wakayama Castle – destroyed in World War II but rebuilt in 1958. In the majestic structure, you […]

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