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Bangkok's streets bustle with traffic on shopping-intensive routes near Siam Square.

Immerse yourself in the non-stop energy of busy, bustling Bangkok

They looked like women.

They had slender arms and curvy waists. They wore enough eyeliner and foundation to keep local drug stores...

Sokeh's Rock (Photos courtesy of Mike Thornton)

MY PARADISE: Pohnpei

Kaselehlie (Kas-eh-lay-lee-ya) - as they say in Pohnpei for Hello.

My trip to Pohnpei wasn’t purely recreational, but I managed to tack on a...

Slowing down in Samjinae

Damyang, South Jeolla Province — The first thing I see at the entrance to Samjinae Village is a huge oak tree. Through the shaded gates and amid...

MY PARADISE: Singapore's National Orchid Garden

When my husband told me he wanted to take me to Singapore and Bali for our 20th wedding anniversary, I searched in Trip Advisor the best places...

MY PARADISE: A Journey to the Peak

Hiking Mariner’s Ridge is the closest thing to paradise for me.

When I visited Honolulu last summer, I had decided to indulge on some good...

MY PARADISE: Okinawa -- SAY WHAT?!

Editor’s Note: Folks, stop what you are doing and read this. It’s quite an adventure, one that many of us can probably relate to. Jeff, thanks...

Sunset in Diego Garcia.

MY PARADISE: Give me orders to Diego Garcia

Editor's Note: Here's another great story from one of our readers, Karen Jorgenson. Diego Garcia sounds like a really neat place to visit....

Photo courtesy of Metropolis Magazine

Aizu province: Fukushima’s old mountain kingdom

In a samurai residence in Aizuwakamatsu city, the lady of the house bowed deeply to welcome me. Next door, a young maid served the Lord tea....

Photo courtesy of Metropolis Magazine

Zamami Island: Camp on an unspoiled Okinawa beach

As I awake the early morning sunlight bursts through the trees overhead, my tent slowly getting warmer. I slip on some sandals and wander the...

Once known as the Hiroshima Prefectural Commercial Exhibition Hall, the Atomic Bomb (Genbaku) Dome still stands today, 67 years after the detonation of the atomic bomb "Little Boy." When the bomb detonated above the hall, a few of the walls were left standing while everything surrounding it turned to ash. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Cayce Nevers)

Hiroshima: full of historic sightseeing locations

Hiroshima has come a long way since 1945. Now, Hiroshima is referred to as the "City of Peace" and is booming with touristic...

Ring in the new year Japanese-style

New Year’s in America does not really compare to Japan’s version of the holiday. Sure, there are New Year’s Eve parties and Jan. 1 is a day off...

Check out some holiday illuminations!

Editor's Note: For those of you who haven't ventured out to check out these beautiful displays, we highly recommend it. And if you're on the Kanto...

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