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  • 26 Jul0
    Singapore’s Hidden Museum

    Singapore’s Hidden Museum

    Post by chananya

      Singapore is a wonderful weekend city. It’s small, efficient, and clean. The people are nice, and in the inner city they are looking good and feeling good. Well… most of them are rich so that helps with the looking good feeling good thing. And most of them party hard. Drinks at noon? VIP at […]

     
  • 24 Jul0

    Biking in Bangkok

    Post by chananya

    Cycling has become a growing trend in Bangkok recently. Yes; in a city where an overcrowding of cars, buses and mini vans cause traffic to completely stand still, people finally have had enough. An array of different bikes have become a popular sight on the densely populated roads of Bangkok; modern, vintage, mountain, different weights […]

     
  • 11 Jul2
    A New Way to Travel

    A New Way to Travel

    Post by teerapole

    Hello future readers and welcome to the best damn blog you’re ever going to read. Well…maybe not the best damn blog you’ll ever read but you have to love the enthusiasm. This particular article is designed to help you understand what we are all about. The AsianOasisblog has been created for a more earth conscience […]

     
  • 30 Jun0
    Seoul’s Not So Shady Underground World

    Seoul’s Not So Shady Underground World

    Post by teerapole

    Seoul? Kimchi? Soju? When I think of these I think of Korea. I also think of K-Pop, and 21 year old girls in short skirts, high socks and ties. But that is another article for another website…back to my point. Recently my friend took a trip to Seoul (his motherland) and when he returned all […]

     
  • 26 Jun0
    Be a Kid Again; Live in a Tree House

    Be a Kid Again; Live in a Tree House

    Post by teerapole

    These tree house resorts are packed with zip lines, trekking, rafting and even safaris. Nature is stunning, no questions about it. Lying in a hammock reading your latest novel on your brand new Kindle with a local brew in hand is lovely. But sometimes you need to get your heart pumping.

     
  • 19 Jun0
    One Easy Way to Help Solve a Big Problem

    One Easy Way to Help Solve a Big Problem

    Post by teerapole

    Not many people have the time or money to become more eco-friendly. Don’t worry, asianoasisblog.com is here to help. One easy way to help your community, the environment and most importantly yourself is to support local grocers.

     
  • 17 May1
    A Cruise down the River of Kings

    A Cruise down the River of Kings

    Post by chananya

      The Chao Phraya, like most major rivers, is a testament to how vicious and insensible humans can be to their most important resource. The river’s view from the banks of the county’s capital is less than enchanting. But a river cruise is providing an innovative and serene gaze into Thailand’s most important waterway. We […]