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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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Vietnam Visa Requirements to Visit Ha Giang

November 1st, 2010
Tucked away in the north of Vietnam, Ha Giang is a land of fantastic, staggering beauty. Steep, almost conical mountains, caves and grottoes adorn the landscape, where ethnic minority tribes still live and farm in ancient villages. New York Times travel writer Jennifer Bleyer visited the province of Ha Giang recently, with her husband and young daughter in tow. Here's how she described the region: "Such reverence, we soon learned, was warranted, and it wasn’t just because of the region’s spectacular landscape. In an ever-shrinking world, Ha Giang, with its uniquely preserved tribal culture (nearly 90 percent of the population is ethnic minorities), is one of those rare places that hasn’t been corralled by modernity or prepackaged for visitors...During the past two decades, as

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Vietnam Visa Requirements to Visit Hoi An

October 24th, 2010
This week's featured UNESCO World Heritage Site is a gorgeous example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating back to the 15th through the 19th centuries. During those years, Hoi An was a famous port of call for traders searching for silk, spices, porcelain, traditional Chinese remedies, tea and other goods. Eventually, many merchants from China and Japan came to live in Hoi An full-time and brought their families. The city ceased to be an important trading port after the 19th century, when silt made the Thu Bon River impassable for large ships. Now, it's a beautifully preserved tourist town, with shops and hotels surrounding a traditional city center. The historic area, called Hoi An Ancient Town, was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999. The UNESCO website calls it "an outsta

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Vietnamese Visa Requirements to Visit Hanoi

September 2nd, 2010
Vietnam has come a long way since the war. Although the Communist party still rules the roost, the country has become increasingly welcoming to foreigners and is now a popular destination for Western tourists. In fact, Gadling's Stanley Stewart recently visited Hanoi and found it to be a wonderful, timeless city: War and communism have preserved Hanoi from fifty years of progress. There are moments when it seems like the lost city of Asia, the one you can never quite find, the great teeming, squalid, fascinating metropolis of Marlene Dietrich films and 1930's novellas. The modern age has transformed Shanghai. Hong Kong and Bangkok are jammed with traffic and skyscrapers. The lanes of Old Peking have given way to boulevards wide enough for tanks. Hanoi alone has retained its street urchin

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The Top 5 Reasons to Get a Vietnamese Visa

August 15th, 2010
In 2010, approximately 4.5 to 4.6 million international tourists will visit Vietnam.  Should you join them? Here are the top 5 reasons to get your Vietnamese visa and go check it out for yourself: 1. Phu Quoc Island This idyllic island features flawless, snow-white beaches, delectable seafood and a cornucopia of outdoor adventure activities such as riding motorbikes, sea kayaking and scuba diving. Visit it now, while it's still relatively undeveloped. It won't stay that way long. 2. Hoi An Hoi An is a charming tourist town that revels in its history. One of the highlights of visiting Hoi An is the "Hoi An Legendary Night," a monthly street festival that celebrates the full moon with traditional decorations, food, drink, songs and dances. If you like clothes, Hoi An is also

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