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Southeast Asia Considers Introducing One Travel Visa to Rule Them All

March 24th, 2011
Right now, planning a tour of Southeast Asia requires more research and paperwork than a tour of Europe. Each country has its own travel visa requirements for tourists, ranging from relatively permissive (Thailand) to restrictive bureaucratic spiderwebs like those in Vietnam. In as little as 5 years, though, that may change. As part of its strategic plan to encourage tourism in member countries, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) is trying to introduce one travel visa to rule them all: a Schengen-like visa that would allow tourists to travel effortlessly between countries such as Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and Brunei. Stuart McDonald of TravelFish.org told the Inquirer Global Nation that visa regulat

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Travel Visa Requirements for the “Banana Pancake Trail”

December 19th, 2010
If you've considered a trip to Asia, particularly a long-term backpacking trip, you've probably heard the term "banana pancake trail" thrown about. You might have thought to yourself, "Hey, I like pancakes. I like bananas. Where do I sign up?" It's not really that simple-the banana pancake trail doesn't really have a beginning, end or set route. It's not a backpacking trail per se, though you'll certainly meet lots of backpackers on it. The term "banana pancake trail" is simply used to designate areas of Asia that get a lot of young Western tourists, usually backpackers. The name comes from the banana pancakes that are often served at guesthouses serving this clientele. That said, there are definitely cities and towns that are indisputably part of the banana pancake trail. Whether

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Travel Visa Requirements for an Asian Culinary Tour

November 19th, 2010
There's so much more to Asian food than Chinese buffets and sushi. To help spread the word, Asian restaurant chain Pei Wei is having a contest to find a new food blogger (h/t Gadling). The lucky winner will get take a two to three-week culinary tour of Asia and document his or her findings. Yum! Per the Pei Wei website, here's what it takes to win: "A talent for writing, a boundless appetite and willingness to experiment with the unknown, an eye for the unforgettable image and the ability to capture it, comfort both on-camera and behind the lens, a spontaneous spirit but a grounded work ethic, and a passion for Asian cuisine." Basically, it's a talent contest. You "audition" by writing as few as one or as many as 5 sample blog posts, and posting a YouTube video if desired. Of cours

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Bangladesh Visa Requirements For Tourists

April 25th, 2010
Bangladesh is a small country (about the size of Wisconsin), surrounded by India to the north, east and west and the Bay of Bengal to the South.  Although tiny, relatively poor and prone to natural disasters, Bangladesh is nonetheless an intriguing place to visit, with an abundance of natural parks, ancient ruins and unspoiled beaches. However, US visitors to Bangladesh do need to obtain a Bangladesh visa. In theory, you should be able to get a visa on arrival. However, as the US Department of State notes, "Bangladesh has not widely publicized their policies for visas on arrival.  Travelers may encounter delays in airport visa issuance or refused entry if they do not have visas prior to arrival." Also, visas issued on arrival are valid for a maximum of 14 days, while visas issued a

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