Southeast Asia on a Shoestring
Lonely Planet, 2008 - 988 páginas
Trek deep into the jungles of Borneo or laze on stunning Bali beaches. Eat your way through Singapore or dance all night in buzzing Bangkok clubs. Discover ancient Angkor temples or go grass roots and volunteer in Hanoi. Whatever you seek, Lonely Planet's yellow bible has it covered. With more than 33 years of experience, and a team of backpacking authors, our guide helps you dig deeper, stay longer, and spend less. Get ready - your Southeast Asian adventure starts here.Get The Lowdownon the environment, history, culture and current events in our Snapshots chapterEat Cheap and Sleep Easywith our fully updated coverage of the best street stalls, budget digs and places to partyBlaze Your Own Trailusing our full-colour regional map and detailed local mapsTalk The Talkwith help from our Language chapterWho We AreAt Lonely Planet, we see our job as inspiring and enabling travelers to connect with the world for their own benefit and for the benefit of the world at large. What We Doo We offer travelers the world's richest travel advice, informed by the collective wisdom of over 350 Lonely Planet authors living in 37 countries and fluent in 70 languages.o We are relentless in finding the special, the unique and the different for travellers wherever they are.oWe update our guidebooks by visiting thousands of places in person to get the details right and tell it as it is.o We always offer the trusted filter for those who are curious, open minded and independent.o We challenge our growing community of travelers; leading debate and discussion about travel and the world.o We tell it like it is without fear or favor in service of the travelers; not clouded by any other motive.What We BelieveWe believe that travel leads to a deeper cultural understanding and compassion and therefore a better world."Lonely Planet, like your passport, should always be kept close." (Denver Post)
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