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Phu Quoc Island and Bai Dai Beach, Vietnam’s Most Stunning Beach by AsiaRoom and Keys.Me

Phu Quoc Island is the most beautiful island in Vietnam, the island is well manicured thanks to the military base located on the island. The blinding white sands has been a lure to resorts and travelers alike, but only recently have the high-end developers taken notice of this Gem of an island, mainly the Vietnamese Government with investments no less than 3 billion USD.

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Hanoi the Capital of Vietnam a Complete List of Attractions by KeysMe and AsiaRoom

Look past the busy streets with scooters buzzing left and right, only then will you begin to look deeper into what this historical sprawling modern metropolis has to offer a traveler. Hanoi is a mix of modern and historic, culturally rich ethnic back-ground. The Vietnamese in ancient time went up against the most powerful Mongol empire, the French, and the American militaries. What a proud and strong people. The amazing fact is they have retained their happy and kind mannerisms. Not only will you be welcomed with great smiles but treated with respect.

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Timor by AsiaRoom and Keys.me

East Timor or Leste Timor is an island Northwest of Australia at the very tip of the Indonesian Archipelago in the Lessor Sunda Islands. This untouched white sand beach heaven sees a mere 50 to 70,000 tourists annually. With some of the most stunning wildlife and crystal blue waters dancing on white sand beaches, and watched over by untouched dense forest mountains that touch the clouds with gentleness.

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Koh Chang Thailand by Keysme and AsiaRoom

A slice of paradise easily accessible from Bangkok. This is one of the most beautiful islands in Thailand for several reasons. Koh Chang located in Southeastern Thailand’s Trat Province, the island is currently largely un-developed and most of the land on the island is either mountainous, tropical protected rain forest, or basically reserved for the families living on the island. Only one side of this island is developed for tourism, while the center mountainous and rainforest areas are accessible only by foot.

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