Photogenic Places

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Asia is filled with stunning picture postcard views from north to south and from east to west all year round. Here is our selection of Asia’s most photogenic places and moments.

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Network Members Stories

Perpetual travelling

Konni and Matt retired some 10 plus years ago and are since then travelling around the world non-stop (their blog: They sailed off with a boat in Europe, and after a few years cruising around the Middle East and the Indian Ocean, they eventually made it to South-East Asia.

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Travel Mix

Asia’s most beautiful islands

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Palawan Island, Philippines

Palawan stretches all the way from Mindoro to Borneo and is knows as the last frontier of the Philippines. The province of Palawan is made of of 1768 islands. Oceanographer Jacques Cousteau described Palawan as the most beautiful place he ever explored.

The Asian continent includes thousands of islands, many with their own cultures, traditions, and sights. Find a list of the most beautiful islands you can explore, and relax on.

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Backpacker’s paradise

Relax under teaktrees, surrounded by mangos, papayas and bananas, and spend a restful time at Café Lipe. Here you will renew your energies and find strength to aim at new goals.

Café Lipe serves fresh coffee, selfmade bread, Müsli, sandwiches, simple thai-cookings, fresh juices, as well as tea and cake. For supper Café Lipe invites you (on reservation) on a delicious journey through the thai kitchen: Masaman Curry, Tautschia lun or Pat samun prai – just to mention a few titbits. Under the starlit sky, with candles in the sand, Café Lipe will create a memory, you will never forget.

In Café Lipe’s bungalows you will experience cosyness and nature at the same time. They are made of almost 100 percent natural material, as they are built out of bamboo. The prices for one bungalow vary from 500 to 1500 Baht per day, depending on location, season or additional services.

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