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Lonely Planet Across Asia on the Cheap is reprint of the very first Lonely Planet guide, originally published in 1973. It gives anyone interested in travel a unique insight into how Lonely Planet began and an idea of what it was like to travel overland from Europe to Asia, 40 years ago.
Inside Lonely Planet Across Asia on the Cheap
• Introduction to the Lonely Planet story
• Latest eBooks Discover how far Lonely Planet’s books have changed over the last 40 years
• Country by country get an understanding of what it was like to travel overland in the 70s… ideal for the armchair traveller
• Seamlessly flip between pages
• Quickly find what you are looking for with search capabilities
• Use bookmarks to quickly return to a page
• Add notes by touching a word to personalize your guidebook
• Inbuilt dictionary allows you to quickly look up the meaning of any word
Written and researched by Lonely Planet, Tony and Maureen Wheeler.
About Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet is the world’s leading travel content provider. Started in 1973, we enable curious travelers to experience the world and get to the heart of a place via guidebooks to every destination on the planet, an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveler community.
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*#1 in the world market share – source: Nielsen Bookscan. Australia, UK and USA. March 2012-January 2013
Hippie Travellers Unite!
An honest, & well written representation of what it is like to travel across Asia. Everything you need to know from cuisine, simple language tips, transportation & accommodation from Indonesia to Turkey... These guys really know what they are talking about. I am currently planning a trip across Eastern Asia with no set itinerary & will definitely use this book as a reference.