East and South-East Asia Travels

I have travelled a lot in the East Asian region. Besides the many visits to HK and Singapore, I have been to Taiwan (Taipei), Thailand (Bangkok and Phuket), South Korea (Seoul), Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) and China (Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen).  Most of the visits have always combined some sort of business. This time, it will be different. When I think about it, I have never really experienced a week-long work-free vacation!

East Asia’s proximity to India make it a natural travel destination. An overnight flight and one is there. It is much more cost-efficient than a European vacation. The weather is better than the Middle-East (Dubai). And there is plenty to see and shop – though the shopping lure has come down dramatically with the advent of malls in India.

India needs to make itself much more attractive to tourists – there is so much on offer, but the packaging and the ease of travel experience (airports, roads, moderately priced hotels) can do with a lot more improvement.

2 thoughts on “East and South-East Asia Travels

  1. Rajesh,

    what you think about Delhi Airport T3? so India has arrived. even 3 gateways for A380. Isn’t that planning ahead?



  2. “When I think about it, I have never really experienced a week-long work-free vacation!” …

    I can digest this statement after you became entrepreneur … but u never had a week off while u were working in the U.S??

    enjoy the vacation … r u planning to drop your cellphone and laptop back in India? Orelse you are not really having work-free-vacation 🙂