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Culture Shock! Singapore - A Survival Guide To Customs And EtiquetteCulture Shock! Singapore - A Survival Guide To Customs And Etiquette by Jackson-Nash, Kelly

CultureShock! Singapore is essential reading for any foreigner who is going to live and work in the city. It is packed full of practical information as well as interesting trivia on the colourful customs and culture of the people. Learn how to get around the city effectively by public transport like the locals and how to assimilate quickly and shop for groceries.

Hunt, The: Singapore (2Nd Edition)Hunt, The: Singapore (2Nd Edition) by Baskin, Bernard; Jalean Wong

This book takes you off the beaten tourist trail and introduces you to 85 of the most unique locally-owned eating, shopping and lifestyle experiences in this tiny island nation. Handpicked recommendations include a mix of heritage finds and old school favorites, offbeat gems and hip newcomers - the best Singapore has to offer whether you're a visitor, new arrival or curious local.

Crazy Cycling Chick: The Inspirational Journey Of Angie Across AmericaCrazy Cycling Chick: The Inspirational Journey Of Angie Across America by Tan, Angeline

Moving from Singapore to California was a breath of fresh air for Angie. With the curiosity and spunk of an animal let loose in the wild, she began to explore her surroundings on her bicycle. The idea struck her: Why not cycle across America? And why not film a documentary to chronicle the adventure? She would eventually complete the Northwestern-central route in under 40 days. 4,000 miles at a pace of 100 miles a day. Angie's account of her crazy dream, from conception to actualization, will resonate with anyone who has ever dreamed big.

Amazing SingaporeAmazing Singapore by Terekhova, Olga

Singapore is a unique country. It is "a little red dot" on the map, squeezed between much bigger and more populated countries. It is home to several million people crowding the subways, buses and highways in the rush hour and somehow still managing to get everywhere on time. It is a living garden, with tropical forests and parks surrounding the center of the city. It is a food nation, constantly eating and talking about the best restaurants and food courts. It is a living history, with nineteenth century shophouses next to shiny skyscrapers. It is a country with determination to succeed against all odds. This is a pictorial book about Singapore, the city that never ceases to amaze.

Tuttle Travel Pack: Kyoto And NaraTuttle Travel Pack: Kyoto And Nara by Goss, Rob

This brand new Japan travel guide by award-winning author Rob Goss, a longtime Japan resident, is designed for people with limited time. It covers not only the unique UNESCO World Heritage sites but also bustling Nishiki-koji street market and many smaller shrines and temples where enchanting moss and tree gardens lie hidden behind high stone walls. The list of things to do and see in Kyoto and Nara is literally endless, which is why you need an experienced author to point the way.

Wanderer To Brunei And BeyondWanderer To Brunei And Beyond by Gallop, C. H.

An eagerly awaited book in the series of compilations detailing the exploration into Brunei Darussalam and Malaysian Borneo Territories of Sabah and Sarawak. From the writer who calls himself "Pengembara", this book begins with an exploration of seldom visited islands in Brunei Bay and goes on to describe a variety of destinations in Brunei as well as Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand - the destinations "beyond". Within his repertoire of words and photographs, readers can hope to be enthralled by the wanderer's voyage of the rarest kind.

Shibuya Is CallingShibuya Is Calling by Francis, Samantha Ann

This book is dedicated to the traveler. But not just any traveler, mind you. It is meant for the wide-eyed, sometimes curious, occasionally weary-hearted traveler who dreams too much and wanders too often. It is for the traveler who watches strangers go by and weaves a million imaginary stories about their lives. It is also for the traveler whose sojourns bring home lifelong friendships and connections. Each page is the author's determined choice to focus on the quiet and dream-like beauty that exists in this world, even while acknowledging the pain and wreckage that no doubt remains.

Culture Shock! Myanmar - A Survival Guide To Customs And EtiquetteCulture Shock! Myanmar - A Survival Guide To Customs And Etiquette by Saw Myat Yin

CultureShock! Myanmar is an illuminating guide to the culture and customs of Myanmar, offering readers a peek into this Southeast Asian country that has until very recently been shrouded in isolation. Since the end of 2010, however, foreign investors have been welcomed, and visiting Myanmar is easier than ever before. Be well prepared for living in Myanmar with all the advice and information you need. The author provides practical tips on what to bring, what to prepare an where to go. In addition, discover fascinating insights into the inner world of the Myanmar people, their culture, traditions, etiquette as well as practical tips on how to do business in Myanmar. Cultureshock! Myanmar is a must-read for anyone who wants to visit or make his home in this intriguing exotic country.

Geek In Thailand, A: Discovering The Land Of Golden Buddhas, Pad Thai And KickboxingGeek In Thailand, A: Discovering The Land Of Golden Buddhas, Pad Thai And Kickboxing by Houton, Jody

A Geek in Thailand is a light-hearted but perceptive look at one of the world's most visited countries from the viewpoint of a young foreign resident. More than just a Thai travel guide, it offers a concise but insightful take on Thailand for tourists, expats, would-be expats, and others-anyone, in fact, with an interest in visiting or learning about the Land of Smiles. Subjects range from the touchstones of Thai culture and history, such as its politics and economy, Buddhism and folklore, to chapters on traditional Thai design and craftsmanship, including its highly acclaimed architecture and fine silk textiles.

Kyoto UnhurriedKyoto Unhurried by Tay, Janice

Change comes slowly in Kyoto, a city of wooden houses, ancient temples and shops in business for centuries. Kyoto Unhurried is a resident's introduction to the city, with a focus on lesser-known places and events, showing readers where to go at different times of the year. But this is more than a travel guide. Pulling present-day encounters together with tales of poets and samurai, Kyoto Unhurried charts an atmospheric journey through one of the world's most romantic cities. It does not simply tell travellers what to see; it shows them why in the first place they should go.

Bangkok: A Walking Tour - Sketches Of The City's Architectural Treasures... Journey Through Bangkok's Urban LandscapeBangkok: A Walking Tour - Sketches Of The City's Architectural Treasures... Journey Through Bangkok's Urban Landscape by Byrne Bracken, Gregory

India Rising is a collection of anecdotes and observations of the significant events that marked the decade of Congress Party rule under Manmohan Singh, culminating in the rise of Modi. It is built around the access the writer enjoyed with some of the key decision-makers of the time.

Finding India In China: Travels To The Lesser KnownFinding India In China: Travels To The Lesser Known by Anurag Viswanath

Finding India in China whisks the reader on a whirlwind journey through China's margins. In part an intellectual travelogue, the voyage equally mixes in humorous anecdotes, oddball encounters, and thoughtful reflections on the vastness that is China. With her distinct Indian perspective, Anurag Viswanath slices through preconceptions and shibboleths in her interactions with a motley set of characters-from Muslim housewives in Xinjiang to Mongols dressing up for tourism, from academics to party officials to migrant workers.

Lost Guides: Bali - A Unique, Stylish And Offbeat Travel Guide To BaliLost Guides: Bali - A Unique, Stylish And Offbeat Travel Guide To Bali by Chittenden, Anna

From Secret beaches, boutique retreats, gorgeous villas, cool cafes, foodie favourites, surf spots, traditional artisans - here's your guide to the best of Bali. What: An A5, full colour 144 page soft cover book filled with tried and tested travel recommendations for Bali, illustrated with original photography. Where: Focusing on five happening neighbourhoods - Bukit Peninsula, Seminyak, Canggu, Ubud and Nusa Lembongan, the book contains highly curated recommendations for the stylish nomad gathered from extensive experience and a network of locals in the know including chefs, fashion designers, architects, surfers and photographers.

Walking Tour Singapore, A: Sketches Of The City's Architectural Treasures Journey Through Singapore's Urban LandscapeWalking Tour Singapore, A: Sketches Of The City's Architectural Treasures Journey Through Singapore's Urban Landscape by Bracken, G. Byrne

Singapore is a cosmopolitan city with towering skyscrapers and state-of-the-art building technology. Nestled within its modern built environment are vestiges of its British colonial past and its cultural history. From its spanking new waterfront to its quaint shophouses and from its temples to its mosques and churches, Singapore is as multifarious architecturally as it is culturally. Architect G. Byrne Bracken captures with his sketches the unique diversity that defines Singapore. In this 5th edition: 8 new illustrations, including the beautifully restored Capitol Theatre, the new South Beach complex, and the Parkroyal on Pickering Hotel; refined walking routes; and fully updated information on all the latest developments in this fast-changing metropolis.

Nathaniel's Nutmeg: How One Man's Courage Changed The Course Of HistoryNathaniel's Nutmeg: How One Man's Courage Changed The Course Of History by Milton, Giles

Chronicles the exploits of Nathaniel Courthope and his band of seafaring adventurers in the Spice Islands of the early seventeenth century, where they faced down the Dutch navy - and sundry profiteers - on behalf of the budding British Empire.

Rum Shrinks Elephant: Travels In Southeast AsiaRum Shrinks Elephant: Travels In Southeast Asia by Spencer, G. M.

Rum Shrinks Elephants is a series of travel stories. G M Spencer's account of his amateur exploration through forests up and down the mountains of Malaysia and Indonesia is told with humour and self-deprecation.

Midnight In Siberia: A Train Journey Into The Heart Of RussiaMidnight In Siberia: A Train Journey Into The Heart Of Russia by Greene, David

Far away from the trendy cafés, designer boutiques, and political protests and crackdowns in Moscow, the real Russia exists. Midnight in Siberia chronicles David Greene's journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway, a 6,000-mile cross-country trip from Moscow to the Pacific port of Vladivostok. These travels offer a glimpse of the new Russia - a nation that boasts open elections and newfound prosperity but continues to endure oppression, corruption, a dwindling population, and stark inequality. Midnight in Siberia is a lively travel narrative filled with humor, adventure, and insight.

Passage To BurmaPassage To Burma by Stulberg, Scott

Get lost in the timeless beauty of a country in transition. For more than ten years Scott Stulberg has made multiple pilgrimages to Burma to capture this sense of magic with his cameras. The result of those pilgrimages is captured here in a collection of images that display the heart and soul of this magnificent country. This second edition of Passage to Burma includes new photographs from Stulberg's latest travels abroad to this remarkable place.

Living In Chiang MaiLiving In Chiang Mai by Gunn, Alexander

After moving from the safety of middle class rural life in England, Alex and his family come to terms with living in Chiang Mai. It's a little bit different. Well, to be honest with you, it's about as different as having a nice quiet country walk and then deciding to see what it's like to go ten rounds in the Saturday Night No Holds Barred Cage Fight Slaughterhouse Rumble hosted by the Creative Breaking legend Iron Knuckles Kane. It is excruciatingly different, and anybody who tells you otherwise is simply lying or well adjusted. Alex bumbles through another year treading prawns into the British Ambassadors carpet, unwittingly befriending The Triads, getting mixed up with the shadowy underworld of Chiang Mai's Water Bandits and ending up in Chiang Mai's police station.

China 1973-2013 By Bruno Barbey, Magnum Photographer: From Mao To ModernityChina 1973-2013 By Bruno Barbey, Magnum Photographer: From Mao To Modernity by Fenby, Jonathan (Foreword); Jean Loh (Intro)

Magnum photographer Bruno Barbey first discovered China when he accompanied President Pompidou of France on an official visit there in 1973. It was a country in transition, although still under the influence of the Cultural Revolution. Some years later, Barbey returned and saw the effects of Deng Xiaopings invitation to the people to Get Rich. Barbey returned to China many times and noted on each visit, with his photos as evidence, the profound changes that were transforming the country. This book comprises a selection of the photographs he has taken over the past 40 years. It is a portrait of a country on the move from post-revolutionary state to world economic superpower.