Expedition Asia http://www.expeditionasia.net Expedition Asia Thu, 05 May 2011 11:02:31 +0000 en hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.0.1 ExpeditionAsiahttp://feedburner.google.com JW Marriot Bangkok http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/Ke_5gR1Ki6U/jw-marriot-bangkok.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/jw-marriot-bangkok.html#comments Thu, 05 May 2011 00:15:14 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1710 JW Marriot Bangkok is a hotel that has been enriched so much the more by the influence of the traditional Thai hospitality mores. There are a huge number of reasons why the hotel is among the best options in the city of Bangkok. The hotel is set apart from the run of the mill hotels and other accommodation options in the city by their remarkable brand of hospitality that is a mixture of several modern s well ancient values of hospitality and service.

There are a great number of top notch facilities and amenities on offer. The sheer number of refreshing facilities and amenities here make for a great experience for everybody concerned. The facilities and services are tailor made for the benefit of the customers. There are a great number of extras thrown in at the price.

JW Marriot Bangkok
does not compromise on services and facilities, the hotel remains an authentic experience for the customers. The hotel is located on the famous Sukhumvit Road. This location is pretty much centralized, and you can access the main sights and attractions from here easily. There are a good number of business centers as well located close at hand. There is no dearth of quality. This makes it a great option for both tourists as well as business travelers.

JW Marriot Bangkok is an award winning property that is close to the major attractions such as the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, night markets, shopping districts, entertainment spots, major embassies, Siam Square, Lumphini Parl, Suan Pakkard Palace as well as the well known BTS Skytrain.

Accommodation options . . .

In total, there are four hundred and forty one rooms and suites at the JW Marriot Bangkok. The rooms and suites extend over twenty one floors.  There are all the latest basic and business amenities available. The main facilities on offer are inclusive of desk, voice mail, multi-line phone, complementary local calls, premium bedding, pay movies, satellite channels, TV, coffee/tea maker, separate bathtubs and showers, mirrors in bathrooms, slippers, bathrobes, high-speed Internet access, complimentary newspapers, separate sitting areas, safe (even for the laptop), mini bar, nightly turndown service, wake-up calls on request, housekeeping, luxurious bedding, air conditioning, Jack Pack plug-and-play, rollaway beds, cribs, electronic/magnetic keys, iron/ironing board, welcome amenities, sewing kit, bathroom phone, designer toiletries, curtains, complimentary bottled water, bathroom television and separate sitting area.

List of main facilities, amenities and services on offer . . .

List of main property and hotel facilities on offer . . .

• Poolside bar • Parking (secure) • Shoe shine • Bar/lounge • Limo or Town Car service available • Beauty services • Swim-up bar • Porter/bellhop • Number of floors: 24 • 24-hour front desk • Safe-deposit box – front desk • Currency exchange • Video library • Parking (free) • Number of rooms: 441 • Air-conditioned public areas • Audio-visual equipment • Supervised child care/activities • Sauna • Translation services • Internet access in public areas – surcharge room(s) • Multiple small meeting rooms • Cell phone/mobile rental • Express check-out • Concierge desk • Swimming pool – outdoor • Business services • Banquet facilities • Full-service health spa • Security guard • Tour assistance • Internet access in public areas – high speed • Swimming pool – children’s • Doorman/doorwoman • Restaurant(s) in hotel • Express check- in • Spa tub

• Hair salon • Babysitting or child care • Parking garage • Ballroom(s) • Dry cleaning/laundry service • Airport transportation (surcharge) • Multilingual staff • Complimentary newspapers in lobby • Room service (24 hours) • Multiple conference/meeting rooms • Wedding services • Internet access – wireless • Gift shops or newsstand • Coffee shop or café • Secretarial services • Business center • Medical assistance available • Valet parking • Health club • Shopping on site • Elevator/lift • Event catering • Massage – spa treatment

List of main in suite and room facilities on offer . . .

• Separate bathtub and shower • Complimentary bottled water • Slippers • Wake-up calls • Turndown service • Smoking permitted • High-speed Internet access • Blackout drapes/curtains • Free local calls • Satellite television service • Welcome amenities • Pay movies • Voice mail • In-room safe (accommodates laptop) • Complimentary newspaper • Hair dryer • Designer toiletries • Climate control • Electronic/magnetic keys • Bathroom television • Daily housekeeping • Cribs (infant beds) available • Makeup/shaving mirror • Extra towels/bedding in room • Desk • Sewing kit • Iron/ironing board • Premium bedding • Bathrobes • Separate sitting area • Internet access (surcharge) • Minibar • Bathroom phone • Direct-dial phone • Multi-line phone • Rollaway beds • Air conditioning • Coffee/tea maker

List of main recreational options and activities on offer . . .

* Golfing nearby * Golf – driving range nearby * Swimming on site * Aerobics on site * Tennis nearby * Running track/path nearby * Yoga classes/instruction on site


4 Sukhumvit Road Soi 2,

Bangkok 1 0 1 1 0



From $ 149 night.

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Taj Tashi, Thimphu http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/rqu_XNly8Wo/taj-tashi-thimphu.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/taj-tashi-thimphu.html#comments Sun, 01 May 2011 10:55:54 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1701 Taj Tashi is among the best boutique hotels in Thimphu, if not Bhutan. This is indeed saying something, as the Himalayan nation of Bhutan is filled with some of the best boutique hotel chains and their offerings. The Taj Tashi has an incomparable location in the Himalayan Ranges. There are Dzong Temples that date back to hundreds of years located in the vicinity.

Taj Tashi has a huge number of excellent features that set it apart from the run of the mill resorts and boutique hotels in Bhutan. There are a plethora of top notch amenities and facilities that make for an extremely comfortable stay. There are a huge number of tailor made amenities, which are aimed at the comfort and convenience of the guests.

The Taj hotel chain is reputed internationally for their refreshing blend of luxury, hospitality, facilities and service. The sheer number of rewarding features makes the Taj hotel extremely worthy of the chain, and it does much to live upto that name.

The atmosphere at the Taj Tashi is definitely among the best reasons for opting for the boutique hotel. You will see Bhutanese touches in the exteriors as well as the interiors, and this adds a great deal of value to the hotel experience.

In total, there are 66 rooms here, and every room is exceedingly well furnished and comes with a huge list of amenities and facilities. The property and hotel facilities are top notch, as are the in room facilities. The entire stay experience is a lot of fun, and you can also enjoy a select range of activities as well. This is inclusive of the Jhomolari Trek, an eight day trek that has some exciting activities.

List of main amenities, services and facilities that are available at the Taj Tashi . . .

• Business center • Multiple conference/meeting rooms • Concierge desk • Audio-visual equipment • 24-hour front desk • Elevator/lift • Valet parking • Self parking • Room service (24 hours) • Wheelchair accessible

Contact Info . . .

Taj Tashi

Samten Lam Chubachu Po Box 5 2 Thimphu, 00 00 0 Bhutan.

Phone –

  • Worldwide Taj Reservations ( Toll – free )
  • USA  and Canada  and rest of North AMERICA           1  86 6 WOW 1 T A J
  • ( 1  86 69 69 18 25 )
  • INDIA   18 00 11 1 TAJ ( 1 80 01 11 82 5)
  • ( M T N L and B S N L landlines)
  • 9 12 2 6 60 1  18 25
  • Accessible from alternate private networks
  • Other Parts of the world         00 8 0 0 I LUV 1 TAJ
  • ( 0 08 00 4 5 8 8 18 2 5)
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Uma Paro, Bhutan http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/zzWspt9XYmg/uma-paro-bhutan.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/uma-paro-bhutan.html#comments Thu, 21 Apr 2011 00:05:56 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1693 Uma Paro was launched in 2004 autumn, and right since then, the hotel has come to stand for luxury and elegance. The hotel is incomparably situated overlooking the pristine Paro valley in Bhutan. The tiny country of Bhutan is situated perched in the mountain ranges of the Himalayas.

The resort is one of the first 5 star hotels in the country. Uma is a name that is said to mean “a house that lives” in Sanskrit. The Uma Paro resort certainly does a good bit to live up to the name, and provides an accommodation that not only is alive and vibrant, but also feels like home. There are a huge number of amenities and services that are tailor made so that the guests can have a more rewarding experience staying here.

The Uma Paro can be accessed by driving for about 15 m from the airport. The hotel manages to blend traditional and modern luxury in an admirable way. The rustic warmth of the hotel has an understated feeling of luxury. The hotel spa has a great number of therapies and treatments, many of which are derived from the ancient healing sciences and indigenous practices in Bhutan. You can also select from a number of unique things to do, like archery, which is the official sport in Bhutan.

List of major amenities, facilities and services at the Uma Paro . . .

List of the major property and hotel amenities . . .

• Airport transfers at a surcharge • Valet parking • Room service (24 hours) • Health club • Number of meeting and conference rooms 4 • Outdoor tennis court • Sauna • Full-service health spa • Event catering • Massage – spa treatment room(s) • Elevator/lift • Number of rooms: 96 • • Breakfast available (surcharge) cooked-to-order • Concierge desk • Wired ( high – speed ) Internet access at a surcharge • Video library • Limo or Town Car service available • Suitable for children • Umbrella • Bar/lounge • Technology support staff  • Wedding services • Babysitting or child care • Parking (surcharge) • Laundry facilities • Porter/bellhop • Number of restaurants 2

• Multiple small meeting rooms • Multiple conference / meeting rooms  • Media library • Wheelchair accessible • Banquet facilities • Safe – deposit box – front desk • Swimming pool – indoor • Steam room • Music library • Technology helpdesk • Library • Parking limited (surcharge) • Piano • Business services • Gift shops or newsstand • Wireless (high-speed) Internet access – surcharge • • Fitness facilities • Multilingual staff • Tennis on site • Parking (secure) • Conference center • On-site medical assistance available • Tours/ticket assistance • Dry cleaning/laundry service • Restaurant(s) in hotel • Smoke-free property • Spa tub • Ballroom(s) • Currency exchange • Air-conditioned public areas • Shoe shine • Tour assistance • Doorman/doorwoman • Complimentary newspapers in lobby

• Number of floors: 3 • Audio-visual equipment • Parking garage • Year Built 1992 • Spa services on site • Fireplace in lobby • • Express check-out • Express check- in • Valet parking (surcharge) • 24-hour business center • Beauty services • Medical assistance • Number of buildings/towers 1

List of main in room and suite amenities on offer . . .

• Wired high-speed Internet access (surcharge) • Television Internet access (surcharge) • Daily housekeeping Wireless high-speed Internet access (surcharge) • Blackout drapes/curtains • Phone • Designer toiletries • Welcome amenities • Iron/ironing board • Rollaway beds • Air conditioning • Clock radio • Pay movies • Window opens • Climate control • Bathroom phone • • Makeup/shaving mirror • CD player • In-room safe (accommodates laptop) • Slippers • Minibar • Premium bedding • DVD player • Complimentary newspaper • Cable television service • Complimentary bottled water • Separate bathtub and shower • Double sink • Cribs (infant beds) available • Coffee/tea maker • Desk • Turndown service • Bathrobes • Voice mail • Private bathroom • Hypo-allergenic bedding available • • In-room massage available • Hair dryer

Contact details . . .

Reservations and general enquiries (incl travel assistance)

Fax - + 9 75 82 71 51 3

Phone - + 9 75 82 71 59 7

E mail -

Address - Uma Paro,

PO Box 222,



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Taipei 101 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/VAt1wHGXVq0/taipei-101.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/taipei-101.html#comments Thu, 14 Apr 2011 08:27:24 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1682 Taipei 101 was the tallest building in the world for quite some time. Right from when it was built as the first skyscraper built in the Millennium, to when it was replaced by Burj Khalifa in 2010. However it enjoyed the first position as the skyscraper of the century. The skyscraper was the first one to be built taller than ½ kilo meter.

Taipei 101, as suggested by the name stands at 101 floors in Taipei, Taiwan. It is precisely situated at the Xinyi district. The designers of the skyscraper were C Y Lee and Partners. It is an iconic structure for Taipei and Taiwan, and is symbolic of the might, the technological prowess and innovation of Taiwan. The Emporis skyscraper award was given to the skyscraper in two thousand four.

Five floors of the Taipei 101 is located above ground. The building was built with a purpose of making it the symbol of the development of technology, the culture and traditions in Asia as well as the growth of Taiwan. The style of architecture has been described as post modernist by many design critics, who also pointed out the great number of oriental influences. The overall treatment is more or less modern.

Taipei 101 has been designed and built so as to be completely earth quake proof. The multi level shopping areas in the tower has a great number of top notch options for shopping, dining and partying.

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Tokyo Disneyland http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/F6VjnsvVKYA/tokyo-disneyland.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/tokyo-disneyland.html#comments Thu, 07 Apr 2011 12:48:23 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1674 Disneyland is a magical world that has fascinated kids throughout the generations and got out the kid in many adults who find themselves fascinated in turn. The theme park is equally exciting whether you are young or old. The Disney name is one that commands respect, and of course, most people know more about Mickey Mouse that perhaps, Barack Obama or even John Lennon.

There have been several variations of the original theme park in Orlando, Florida, especially in Asia. There has been a Disney Mickey Mouse park in Hong Kong, and Shanghai will have one in 2014. Tokyo Disneyland, however, was established quite early, in 1983.

Tokyo Disneyland has a definite feel of the magic and fantasy you would expect in Disneyland. The theme park underwent expansions in two thousand one, and now includes the DisneySea. The park is certainly well established as a premier theme park, and offers tough competition to n ewer parks coming up, such as the one in Hong Kong. There are seven different parts into which Tokyo Disneyland has been divided into, and these are Fantasy Land, Adventure Land, Tomorrow Land, World Bazaar, Critter Country, Mickey’s Town. There are attractions as each town which will make the child in you jump around in joy.

Tokyo Disneyland comes with all the old Disney favorites that are highlighted in all Disneylands, and these are inclusive of icons such as Donald Duck, Goofy, Mickey, Snow White, Captain Hook, Peter Pan and others. The attractions have a definite Japanese twist to them that adds to the charm.

Visiting the Tokyo Disney land on Japanese holidays is not something I would advise, as that is when you would first see queues stretching pout to infinity.

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Singapore Tourism http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/-bH-fYGndFI/singapore-tourism.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/singapore-tourism.html#comments Fri, 01 Apr 2011 00:05:28 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1666 Singapore is one of the most exciting Asian destinations. There are a huge number of reasons why the city state is so rewarding a destination. Singapore tourism offers a huge number of excellent holiday packages that make for great all inclusive experiences. There are a huge number of sights and attractions.

There are an incredible number of options for entertainment. The nightlife here is excellent, and the dining varied. There are locations such as the island of Sentosa that are extremely fun to visit. You can enjoy a huge number of varied activities that will suit almost very taste and interest.

Make sure you visit the underwater world and the Singapore Zoo. There are a huge number of excellent sights here. There are a huge number of other destinations you will love if you are a nature enthusiast. These are inclusive of the Underwater World, Singapore Zoo, Parks & Reserves, Jurong Bird Park, Dolphin Lagoon as well as the Botanical Gardens.

These have a huge amount of wealth of with respect to animal, plant and marine life. There are a number of excellent facilities as well as varied lists of programs and specials available. Singapore tourism has given an impetus to these natural attractions.

Singapore tourism is incomplete without a visit to the number of islands and beaches here. Sentosa is always a fund destination. There is also diving to be enjoyed at St John’s Island. There are the East Coast and Changi Beach Parks.

Singapore is also famous for its huge number of shopping options. There are a huge number of multiplexes, resorts and parks here as well. There are many restaurants and dining options.

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Nepal Tourism http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/ZP5wBB0fFJ0/nepal-tourism.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/nepal-tourism.html#comments Thu, 17 Mar 2011 08:13:11 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1660 Nepal is one of the most impoverished nations in the world. The country is blighted by poverty, human rights violations and corruption. The economics is in a pitiable state. However Nepal tourism has seen a development of sorts in the recent times. This has been in the nature of a lifesaver for the economy as well.

The country is an extremely popular backpacker destination. Mountaineers come here for the mountains, and skiers come here for the slopes. There are a huge number of professional travelers coming here from all over the world.

Nepal Tourism
is a rich and varied experience. As a destination, Nepal has almost everything you would want. The mountains here are the highest in the world. Mt Everest is the highest mountain in the world and the biggest challenge for mountaineers and other climbers all over the world.

The Himalayas are as much a challenge for skiers as it is for mountaineers. There are a huge number of excellent slopes for skiers as well. Heli skiing is also an extremely popular activity in Nepal. The mountains are just one facet of Nepal tourism. The rivers here are famous with rafters.

Nepal is also an amazing destination if you are not into extreme activities. You can enjoy staying at Katmandu, which has now a good number of expats. There are a good number of excellent opportunities to shop for curios and clothing. There are a good number of excellent locations that are significant with respect to history as well. There are ample opportunities for you to get to know the culture of Nepal as well.

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Edo Tokyo Museum http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/mkVrTIjhb9U/edo-tokyo-museum.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/edo-tokyo-museum.html#comments Thu, 10 Mar 2011 08:52:36 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1650 The Edo Tokyo Museum is one of Tokyo cities many excellent attractions. It is an impressive building, which is said to appear like a rice granary when seen from the distance. The museum showcases the history, culture, art, culture, science, disasters, architecture and more from when the city was established in 1590. This was when Tokugawa Ieyasu, the first Shogun, made Edo or the Old Tokyo his seat.

The museum also shows highlighted events in Tokyo, such as the Olympics in 1964. Edo Tokyo Museum is the best place to go to if you want to get to know Tokyo city in a detailed way, right from the history, to the culture, art and more. There are a huge number of varied displays here, such as the city being vividly portrayed right through the ages. It will easily take 2 plus hours to explore all the displays here.

The museum has a replica of the Nihonbashi Bridge n Tokyo housed close to the Nihonbashi Bridge. This is the exit point you take when you want to get out of Edo. There are many exhibits that are related to the Edo period. The townspeople, shoguns, merchants, craftsmen and others who lived in this period are featured in the exhibits.

The displays at the Edo Tokyo Museum are explained mostly in Japanese. But there are pretty much a good number of things you will like seeing. There are many replicas of ancient buildings, such as one of the old Kabuki theater, row houses, and many others. There are war displays and others as well.

There are free museum tours on offer by the volunteers everyday from 10 am to 3 pm. The tours last for one to two hours, and are very much worth it because the written explanations in Japanese can not be understood by all.

Important information –

Address – 1 – 4 – 1 Yoko ami, Tokyo 1 3 0 – 0 0 1 5

Hours Tues - Sun 9 : 30 a m – 5 : 30 p m ( to 7 : 30 p m Sat )

Location - Sumida – ku

Transport - Stn – Oedo Line (exit A4, 1 min.) and Ryogoku on the J R Sobu Line ( west exit, 3 min.) Tokyo Shitamachi Bus: Ryogoku Station

Phone - 0 3 / 3 6 2 6 – 9 9 7 4

Web site - www.edo-tokyo-museum.or.jp

Entry – for younger children – free

For seniors and junior-high/high-school students - Â ¥ 300

 ¥ 600 for adults

 ¥ 480 for college students

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Qutub Minar http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/Eq2fQWCMrQo/qutub-minar.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/qutub-minar.html#comments Thu, 03 Mar 2011 07:44:11 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1641 Qutub Minar is one of the most notable monuments in India, both with respect to history as well as architecture. The monument was built to celebrate the victory of Aibak over the Rajputs and the beginning of the dominance of Muslim rulers in India. It is said that the monument was a  symbol of power, and was built to bring the subjects into submission.

The monument is one of the most beautiful specimens of Islamic architecture in India. The minaret is a must visit for all tourists to the city of Delhi. Construction for Qutub Minar began in 1199.It took about twenty years to complete the construction, and the minaret was completed in the year 1219.

The Qutub Minar stands at a height of about seventy two and a half meters. The diameter of the structure is about fourteen meters at the base, and at the top, it is around three meters. To reach the peak of the Qutub Minar, one has to climb the flight of 379 steps. The view from the top is breath taking, to say the least.

The walls of the minaret have various Aayats or verses engraved on them. There is also a verse in Kupee language that means “the reflection of the shadow of God both in the west and east.” The tower thus is a significant monument.

The Qutub Minar is built of red and buff sandstone. It is one of the tallest stone towers in the world. The minaret is situated within a complex that has a good number of major monuments that are significant expamples of Islamic architecture.

There are major structures such as the Quwwat ul Islam Mosque, which is an iconic mosque, the Alai Darwaza, the Iron Pillar, the tombs of many important notables of the time, such as Imam Zamin, Ala ud din Khilji and Iltutmish. The monument is a significant struture from the point of view of culture, history as well as architecture.

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Lamma Island http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ExpeditionAsia/~3/gMekzWNqQic/lamma-island.html http://www.expeditionasia.net/lamma-island.html#comments Tue, 01 Mar 2011 00:05:01 +0000 admin http://www.expeditionasia.net/?p=1630 Lamma Island is one of the many islands that are located within Hong Kong. There are a number of islands that are notable that part of the archipelago, and Lantau island is one of them. Lamma Island is yet another rewarding destination, and there are a good number of attractions here as well.

The island of Lamma can be accessed via ferry, which can be boarded on from the Central Pier in Hong Kong. Go to Pier Six, where you can get a ferry to the island. Lamma Island is located in the west of Hong Kong. The moment you step on the island you will notice that there are no cars around, in fact no vehicle of any description. There are vehicles only at the power station here, and these do not generally come out on the island.

The major concentration of population on Lamma Island is on the north of the island, in the town of Yung She Wan. The town is a minuscule affair, not very developed. The main street is nothing more than a pathway. There are a number of decent shops and restaurants at the waterfront. The restaurant on the water front has a good seafood selection, as well as some reasonable pricing.

The island of Lamma is a beautiful location. Taking long hikes across Lamma is one of the most fun activities you can do here, and this will give you a great view of the neighboring islands of Hong Kong Islands including Lantau. The surrounding area is as wonderful.

Sok Kwu Wan, a tiny hamlet, has a shop that serves some excellent vegetarian cuisine. There are purely organic foods served, including home made vegetarian pate, mushroom and cheese on toast and other foods.

There are a number of other organic attractions here, such as an organic farm close to Hung Shing Yeh, where you can choose from a huge list of organic teas. There is a beach here that is really popular, and really beautiful as well. The power station on the island is also not far.

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