Free travel Kindle books for 14 Aug 16

Hong Kong: Hong Kong Travel Guide (Asia Travel Guides, hong kong travel guide, hong kong history Book 1)

by W. Johnson

Hong Kong Travel Guide

Whether it is business or leisure bringing you to Hong Kong, you will find something suitable for your tastes. With a plethora of shopping arcades and skyscrapers in the business district, the city lures travelers from all over the world. If you are looking for a relaxing break with your family, quiet retreat or a honeymoon, Hong Kong is a great destination. The city is safe, and it offers numerous attractions for people of all ages. It’s no wonder Hong Kong is one of the most sought after destinations in China.

Hong Kong brings you unlimited fun, and a variety of things to do. Whether you choose to go temple hopping or relaxing on the beaches, you will experience Hong Kong at its best. One of the best times to visit the city is during the colorful festivals, as the celebrations last for several days, featuring: fireworks, street parades, lots of dancing and drinking.

Chinese New Year is one of the most awaited times of the year, and the entire country celebrates this festival with pomp and show. If you love shopping, you would not want to miss the Fashion Week that is held in February every year.

If you are interested in sightseeing, then you may choose to opt for the Hong Kong Tours that include sightseeing in their itinerary. You can visit the numerous historic buildings, iconic monuments, and beaches. The city also has a lot of interesting tourist areas mainly for recreation, and they are:

Hong Kong Disneyland: If you are traveling with kids, this is one place that you must visit. This tourist attraction is situated close to the Hong Kong International Airport, and can be easily reached from all corners of the city. The theme park is large, and it offers an incredible display of the Disney magic.

The Waterfront: This popular tourist attraction is situated in Tsim Sha Tsui, where you will find several other important landmarks such as the Space Museum, Museum of Art, Clock Tower, and so on. If you are interested in exploring the culture of the country, then this is the best place to start your sightseeing.

Tai Mo Shan: Go trekking in the island to explore the natural beauty of the region, and experience the fresh air. There are more than 80 kilometers of trekking trails available. Tai Mo Shan is the most popular trail. It will take you on an exciting journey, which will reward you with amazing views of the Shing Mun Valley.

Victoria Bay: This sightseeing spot is situated between the Kowloon Peninsula and Hong Kong Island. It is the largest harbor in China, and the third largest in the world. See the harbor bustling with historic Star Ferries to majestic cruise liners.

Some of the other tourist attractions in Hong Kong that make this place one of the most sought after tourist destinations are: Wong Tai Sin Temple, Big Buddha, Science Museum, and more. Besides the incredible tourist attractions, you can also enjoy a plethora of activities such as rock climbing, horse riding, water sports and so on.

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A River of Life, Book 2: A Tour of the South (A River of Life: Travels through Modern India)

by Sheldon Smith

Ferries, juggernauts, tailors, commode sellers, sonorous nagaswarams: like the subcontinent itself, this travelogue is chock-full of life and incident. The second leg of a complete overland tour of India, Book 2 traces a great V on the map of the country, beginning in Calcutta, dipping down to the southernmost tip of the Subcontinent, then sweeping up again to Bombay. The objective: to visit every state that lies between those two great cities, including the real heartland of the South, the states of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka. The encounters with Indians of all walks of life are countered by historical observations and anecdotes, setting modern India side by side with its historical counterpart, creating a rich background for travels through this most beguiling and fascinating of countries.

Thaischwitz: The land of the Smiles … you will know WHY

by Tara Vanhoancker

Small book about life with a Thai family and in a small town in Isaan, Thailand

20 things to do in Jaisalmer (20 Things (Discover India))

by David Riley

The city of Jaisalmer is located on a ridge of golden-yellow sandstone, in the midst of the Thar Desert in India. The city is also nicknamed as “the golden city.” The city is crowned by the magnificent Jaisalmer Fort, which forms a part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the title “Hill Forts of Rajasthan.”

There are shops, hotels and age old havelis (homes) inside the fort area where families have lived for generations. This makes the living fort of Jaisalmer different from the other forts of the country.

Due to its location in the heart of the Thar Desert, it is one of the prime cities to experience the beauty of the Thar Desert in the country. (Through various ways like dune bashing, camel rides, etc. This makes it a tourist destination, along with the nearby cities of Jodhpur and Udaipur, in Rajasthan.

This book takes an effort to uncover some of the Jewels of the city of Jaisalmer, in the form of ’20 things to do’ in Jaisalmer. So, enjoy the list and to a point where you can’t just read anymore, and you just “HAVE TO” go to the golden city and experience it all with your own eyes.

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Mumbai, Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur and many other cities in India.

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