Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China
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Being a Asian i know everything what u written here but i would like to say that you have explained it very well. Its such a beautiful post all about India.

Hi Danish. Thanks for reading!

love the way you tell about this place. It’s amazing information the places with wonderful pics. I can relate to my Asia trip and this is brilliant list that I have come across.

Thanks so much, Sridhar!

This makes me miss Asia so much!! The one thing I miss most are the street markets. What’s so great about Asia in general is that you can get the best photos just by walking down the street. 🙂

So true. I miss Asia too since I moved back to the States six months ago.

Candid street photography is so much fun and the pictures come out looking so natural too! Lovely post

Yes, I’d love to be a street style photog in Asia.

Great info on what to expect in Asia. I’m not sure how I feel about the personal space and the traffic but the rest sounds like fun ie street food, outrageous fashion, being treated like a selfie celebrity. Good idea to buy a local sim card cause getting lost would not be much fun in a place were you cant read or speak the language.

Yes, can’t live without a SIM card abroad!

Great post! Took me back to India. I love how you say lanes are merely a suggestion – couldn’t agree more! Also I laughed out loud about the scooters. We’re going to Japan in January so I can’t wait to check out the fashion there!

Hi Juliette. Cool that you’ve traveled to India. Japan is so mild and organized compared to more chaotic Asian countries.

Wow, Asia is pure fascination, that’s for sure! I love your post and your photos, and especially what you wrote about the kids. However, the food is what intrigues me the most and I think I would have a hard time trusting the street food. I wouldn’t want to eat a dog without my knowledge 😀 (kidding) Great article, as always!

Hi Bella. I’m not much of a meat eater, so sticking to fish has worked for me when it comes to street food. There’s such a variety.

Very interesting post! I’m visiting Asia for the first time next year, and I can’t wait to experience all this myself!
I’m a bit worried about the lack of English, but oh well, if I could make it through in Russia, probably it can’t be much worse in Asia 🙂

Hi Alberto. Depending on where you are in Asia, there’s usually someone who speaks or understands English and will help you navigate.

Such an enjoyable post. Loved your view on Asia and the great photos you shared with us.

Cool. Thank you, Maria.

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