Travel / Asia

Best Selling / Page 2

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

Awards

 

Category

Delete Asia

 

In category

Southeast (109)

China (78)

India (66)

Japan (55)

Central (14)

Far East (13)

Southwest (5)

 

Price

All

Free

Below $ 5

$ 5 - $ 10

$ 10 - $ 15

Delete Price range

From :
To :
OK

 

Language

English (367)

French (100)

German (2)

Spanish (2)

Italian (12)

 

Protection

All (367)

DRM Free (20)

DRM (346)

More options

Beck and Call

by Eric Alagan

Edwin Tyler, fired unfairly during the recession, launches a chain of coffee shops with venture capitalist funds. However, his childhood nemesis, Roy, now a powerful businessman with connections to the underworld,...


Kibo ("Brimming with Hope"): Recipes and Stories from Japan's Tohoku

by Elizabeth Andoh

  This cookbook is a heartfelt and fascinating tribute to the food, traditions, and courage of the people of Japan’s Tohoku region before and after the devastation of the earthquake and tsunami of March 11,...


Bangkok Hard Time: The Surreal True Story of How a WesternTeenager Came of Age in 1960s Bangkok, Turned International Drug Smuggler and Walked the Pri

by Jon Cole

It is 1967 Bangkok and teenager Jon Cole, son of a US Green Beret colonel serving in Vietnam, is coming of age in Thailand. Drawn to the underbelly of Bangkok by GIs on R&R from Vietnam, the army brat soon discovers...


Singapore Horror Stories: Vol.7

by Loo Si Fer

Previously published in print as "Paranormal Singapore", the ten stories and letters in this collection of horror are sure to scare the life out of you. Set entirely in Singapore, these accounts of vampires,...


Phuket Thailand & Beyond

by Christopher Evans

Phuket - a tropical paradise jammed with endless pleasures and treasures - has long been Thailand's top tourist destination. And Thailand is the number-one tourist destination in Southeast Asia. The island of...


Among the Believers: An Islamic Journey

by V.S. Naipaul

Naipaul's controversial account of his travels through the Islamic world was hailed by The New Republic as "the most notable work on contemporary Islam to have appeared in a very long time."

From the Trade Paperback...


Doing Business in India For Dummies

by Ranjini Manian

India is booming! This practical, easy-to-understand guide covers all the basics of setting up and growing your business in India, from choosing a location and selecting your Indian team to understanding the...


Korea - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Culture & Customs

by James Hoare

Culture Smart! provides essential information on attitudes, beliefs and behavior in different countries, ensuring that you arrive at your destination aware of basic manners, common courtesies, and sensitive...


Azerbaijan - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture

by Nikki Kazimova

For Westerners, the modern state of Azerbaijan may be hard to pinpoint. This small, oil-rich country in the southern Caucasus, on the southwestern shore of the Caspian Sea, only made its way on to the contemporary...


Singapore Girl

by James Eckhardt

This is the true story of a long-vanished Singapore and the dangerous carnival known as Bugis Street. James Eckardt arrived in 1970s Singapore only to fall in love with a Singaporean nymph named Milly. Thirty...


One Russia, Two Chinas

by George Fetherling

This is old-fashioned travel writing, with vivid prose and bizarre characters. But it also freezes some important world events for close inspection.


Insight Guides: Explore Bangkok

by Insight Guides

Cosmopolitan Bangkok blends evocative street markets with glitzy modern malls, Buddhist philosophy with animism, and traditional reserve with lashings of fun. Explore Bangkok is a brand new guide and the ideal...


The Travels of an Alchemist - The Journey of  the Taoist Ch'ang-Ch'un From China to the Hindukush at the Summons of Chingiz Khan

by Li Chih-Ch'ang

Originally published in 1935, this a translation of the original Chinese text. The book follows Ch'ang-Ch'un through the crowded Chinese plains, through Mongolia, Samarkand and Afghanistan. It is a fascianting...


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.


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...


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...