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Mongolia: Reindeer Trails and Shaman

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Bhutan: Punakha Tshechu Festival

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Check Out: Siem Reap, Pou Restaurant

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Allow the ancient Japanese Buddhist culture to soak into your being as you experience the hot baths of Kurama, visit temples around Mt Koya, walk through the Zen gardens of Kyoto and journey to the World Heritage site of Nara. INSPIRASIAN has been leading tours to Japan with Buddhist masters for 10 years. Have you …

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Meeting with the oldest religious souls on earth – Darkhad Shaman, plus travelling through Northern to Central Mongolian beautiful and historical places. Of course, plenty of off roading adventures here for you. Deep in the taiga, also known as boreal forest, in the far north of Mongolia live around 40 reindeer-herding families. The Mongolians call …

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In Bhutan, a peace-loving country that measures national wealth by Gross National Happiness, you’ll find both stunning scenery and a rich cultural tapestry of Buddhist arts, traditions, and festivals. On a journey through the heartland of this devoutly spiritual country, you’ll travel from picturesque Paro Valley to the capital city of Thimphu, then on to …

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Explore the wonder of Bali, off the beaten path, while immersing yourself in meditation, and spiritual inquiry. Bali is commonly known as the Island of the Gods because of the devout spiritual practices of the Balinese People. This pilgrimage will create the space for spirituality to arise in your life. The INSPIRASIAN tours has a …

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Are you looking for a private/group tour to Tibet? Many travelers opt to join a group as a way of splitting the costs of hiring a guide and driver. For those looking for a group, we recommend signing up for one of our group tours. We arrange group tours to Lhasa, Everest Base Camp, Mt. …

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Snow covered peaks rising above high valleys covered by blooming apple trees. A monastery on a ridge. Overlooking a village untouched by roads. While trekkers are licking sun outside a high altitude tea-house. A local festival puts color on daily life. Color on a place where dreams, poems and pictures unfold. When to go to …

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Fresh Mango juice with mint leaves served at a lazy, lonely beach. A boat trip on a lake, hidden deep in the mountains. Your taxi driver’s lucky Buddha amulets dangles in the window. A sleepy border town inviting you for a game of pool before you cross into unknown land. The name Thailand conjures up …

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With some time to kill before catching our train to Lanzhou we went to Dafo Si, Giant Buddha Temple, which has the largest wooden reclining Buddha in Asia. The temple itself is very big and was originally built in the 11th century. The Buddha itself is a sight to behold, although no photos were allowed, …

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Siem Reap’s most attention-grabbing Cambodian cuisine these days is surprisingly its most traditional, coming out of the very rustic upstairs kitchen of Pou Restaurant, which occupies an unrenovated wooden house on a dusty street opposite the historic Wat Damnak Pagoda. Pou translates as “uncle” in Cambodia, where it is customary to use the local equivalents …

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Tibet is a sacred place and abundant of holy peaks. Among them, Mount Kailash (6638 meters) is revered as the holiest destination of pilgrimage to Tibetans. Attracted by breathtaking mountain scenery and palpable sense of holiness in this particular region, numerous tourists and believers flock to Darchen (4675 meters) to have a try of the ultimate 3-day kora …

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