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A guide to holidays in the Far East

The Far East is one of the most exotic cultural destinations of the world. Many tourists from around the world are looking at Asian holidays as a different vacation experience than what they are used to in the West. Eastern travel can offer you all the fascinating oriental charm that you may have read in books or seen in movies. You can experience it for real on a trip to the Far East. This guide provides information on holidays in the Far East.

Oriental culture

The Far Eastern travel should essentially cover all the major destinations that together give a comprehensive picture of the unique oriental culture. The people of the Far East are known for their soft spoken style and for their exceptional hospitality for their guests. Language barriers can be overcome to some extent if you carry a pocket dictionary containing meanings of the common words in the local language. Far Eastern people can be very friendly and warm-hearted. Japanese, Thai and Korean cuisines are savoured all over the world. You must enjoy the exotic local dishes of each place that you visit. The local restaurants are available at every place, and usually offer fresh and delicious food. You can also enjoy the local dance, drama and music festivals that are held frequently at various prominent public places.

Places to visit

You may plan exclusive Thai holidays if you are looking for an affordable and small trip to the Far East. It is not difficult to find a cheap Thailand package through any major travel agent in your country. Holidays in Thailand can be very refreshing and provide you with a memorable experience of the Far East. If you are looking for a more extensive trip, you may also include Japan, South Korea and even a cruise trip to Singapore in your itinerary. Japan is a highly advanced nation where you can look for the latest developments in electronics, cars and computers. Tokyo and Osaka are the popular cities for foreign tourists. In South Korea, you can visit the exotic Cheju Islands, if you are looking for some of the best beaches on a tropical holiday to the Far East. If you are looking for adventurous outdoor adventures, South Korea offers you several hills and mountains that are surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty.

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