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Tuttle Travel Pack Bali & Lombok: Your Guide to Bali & Lombok's Best Sights for Every Budget

by Paul Greenway

The only guide you'll need for getting around Bali & Lombok! Everything you need is in this one convenient package—including a large pull-out map!

Bali & Lombok Tuttle Travel Pack is your passport to an unforgettable...


Tuttle Travel Pack Japan: Your Guide to Japan's Best Sights for Every Budget

by Rob Goss

WINNER OF THE 2013 NORTH AMERICAN TRAVEL JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION GOLD AWARD IN THE TRAVEL BOOK/GUIDE CATEGORY

This is the book that gives you the best of the best! All sights in Japan Tuttle Travel Pack have...


Berlitz: Japan Pocket Guide

by Berlitz

Berlitz Pocket Guide Japan is a concise, full-colour travel guide that combines lively text with vivid photography to highlight the very best that this enigmatic country has to offer. The Where To Go chapter...


Okinawa and the Ryukyu Islands: The First Comprehensive Guide to the Entire Ryukyu Island Chain

by Robert Walker

Travel to the most inspiring tropical islands on the planet! Everything you need is in this one convenient package—including a large pull-out map.

Okinawa and the Ryukyu Islands is the first comprehensive guide...


Tuttle Mini Indonesian Dictionary: Indonesian-English / English-Indonesian

by Katherine Davidsen

This is a completely up-to-date Indonesian mini dictionary.

Tuttle Mini Indonesian Dictionary is ideal for any application where a handy and portable dictionary is required. Intended for use by tourists, students,...


Video Night in Kathmandu: And Other Reports from the Not-So-Far East

by Pico Iyer

Mohawk hair-cuts in Bali, yuppies in Hong Kong and Rambo rip-offs in the movie houses of Bombay are just a few of the jarring images that Iyer brings back from the Far East.


Japan and China: The Meeting of Asia's Economic Giants

by Erdener Kaynak & Kazuo. J Fukuda

Japan and China: The Meeting of Asia's Two Economic Giants analyzes the new and changing relationship between the two nations and the rest of the world that may shape a new economic landscape for Asia in the...


Foreign Food Adventures

by Margaret McWilliams Ph.D. R.D

Foreign Food Adventures relates some of her tales, which range from menacing male stares and actions as she fled from a spice market in a dead-end alley in Kabul, to wakening and discovering a strange man by...


Singapore Noir

by Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan

Singapore is exposed in all of its noir glory with scintillating stories from the very best of the city's authors.


Don't Joke on the Stairs: How I Learned to Navigate China by Breaking Most of the Rules

by Cecilie Gamst Berg

Learn Chinese the natural way - from a Norwegian! Join Cantonese fundamentalist Cecilie Gamst Berg as she journeys through the non-stop surrealism that is today's China. Traveling by camel, sleeper bus and train...


Java Adventure Guide

by Periplus Editors

This is the most comprehensive guide to Java ever produced. Hundreds of pages of travel tips and dozens of lively articles on history, nature and the arts, take you right under the surface of Javanese life,...


Bhutan: Land of the Thunder Dragon

by John Berthold & Lyonpo Thinley Gyamtsho

Regarded as the "crown jewel of the Himalayas," the Kingdom of Bhutan is the last remaining independent country to support Buddhism as the official state religion. Photographed over the course of three years,...


Mission to Tibet: The Extraordinary Eighteenth-Century Account of Father Ippolito Desideri S. J.

by Ippolito Desideri, Michael J Sweet & Leonard Zwilling

Mission to Tibet recounts the fascinating eighteenth-century journey of the Jesuit priest ippolito Desideri (1684 - 1733) to the Tibetan plateau. The italian missionary was most notably the first european to...


Seoul Book of Everything: Everything You Wanted to Know about Seoul and Were Going to Ask Anyway

by Tim Lehnert

From ancient royal palaces and Korean traditional houses to all-night markets, N Seoul Tower, and the club scene, no city combines the ancient and the contemporary quite like Seoul. Local experts weigh in on...


Thailand Tourism

by Arthur Asa Berger

Understand Thailand’s important symbols, icons, and social practices

Thailand’s culture is unlike any other. Travelers attempting to fully immerse themselves in all that this tourist destination has to offer...


Hong Kong

by Jan Morris

In its last days under British rule, the Crown Colony of Hong Kong is the world's most exciting city, at once fascinating and exasperating, a tangle of contradictions. It is a dazzling amalgam of conspicuous...


A Mouthful of Petals: The Story of an Indian Village

by Allan Scarfe & Wendy Scarfe

Warm, graphic, impressionistic, eminently sensible, this humane and appealing facsimile reprint about 1960s India is a modest account of the part two dedicated, but far from solemn, young Australian teachers...


Learning to Think Korean: A Guide to Living and Working in Korea

by Robert L. Kohls

Perhaps more than any other East Asian country, Korea adheres to the traditional collectivist and Confucian traits of harmony, hierarchy, status and proper behavior. In Learning to Think Korean: A Guide to Living...


Bali: A Paradise Created

by Adrian Vickers

Bali: A Paradise Created bridges the gap between scholarly works and more popular travel accounts. It offers an accessible history fo this fascinating island and an anthropological study not only of the Balinese,...


Perpetual City: A Short Biogrpahy of Delhi

by Malvika Singh

Capital to successive empires, and the independent Indian republic, Delhi is finally coming into its own as the nation's first city in the twenty-first century. In so doing, it has left behind once and future...