Wednesday, February 23, 2011

THE BASICS: Why visit Asia?

If there is anything like a “natural progression” for American travelers venturing outside the U.S., it might consist of Canada first, then Mexico or the Caribbean, then Western Europe, then “elsewhere.” This progression reflects the increasing self-confidence of travelers as they gain more experience in more and more different surroundings.

Although this means many Americans never get to Asia, those who do, and in whatever sequence in their travels, are entranced by it. Few destinations in the world can match Asia for its exotic architecture, history, cultures, friendly people, and fabulous food. For those fortunate enough to be introduced to Asia early in life, it will become a lifelong attraction.

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