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IN many parts of the Asia-Pacific tattoos were once a thriving tradition with designs used to evoke nature, ward off enemies or bad spirits, and to tell an individual’s story. While some interest in inking has now faded with modern times some of these traditions are still alive and well, as evidenced in these locations.
THAILAND’S Ministry for Foreign Affairs (MFA) has confirmed that it will be launching a new six-month multiple-entry tourist visa (METV) in November.
FILIPINO boxing icon Manny Pacquiao and tourism officials say images of the Philippine capital and the country’s main tourist spots on Google’s Street View could help attract more visitors to the country.
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SINGAPORE, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Manila are all to some extent on the Southeast Asian tourist trail or at least on the stopover trail. However there is one Southeast Asian city missing from that list, the city with the largest population, and arguably asserts the most influence throughout the region – Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. Jakarta has in-excess of 30 million people within its metropolitan area, making it one of the largest cities in the world.