Asia Travel Made-Easy

Sharing  TravellingPeoples.com blog listing airports of South Asia and Central Asia in continuation of earlier North East Asia. Its time to get vacation-ready. Begin planning.

1. 45 Important International Airports in South Asia for Tourism TravellingPeoples.com“South Asia is composed of over 250 airports spread over India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan. We are citing at least 45 important international airports in South Asia for you so you can have more idea on how these airports look like and what are the tourist spots you can visit near these airports once the COVID lockdown is lifted. Unfortunately, wikipedia only gives you the list of airports. It does not show you recent pictures about the airport nor advice places you can visit after landing in that airport. We merged sources we got from wikipedia, instagram and tripadvisor making this blog unique. This will be a digital tour and I hope you enjoy the content we worked on for two days. We cannot travel physically right now due to the COVID pandemic but we can definitely travel digitally!” 2. 20 Important International Airports in Central Asia for Tourism. TravellingPeoples.com

The unknown and mysterious Central Asian region comprising of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan is waiting to be explored. “We are citing at least 20 important international airports in Northeast Asia for you so you can have more idea on how these airports look like and what are the tourist spots you can visit near these airports once the COVID lockdown is lifted. Unfortunately, wikipedia only gives you the list of airports. It does not show you recent pictures about the airport nor advice places you can visit after landing in that airport. We merged sources we got from wikipedia, instagram and tripadvisor making this blog unique. This will be a digital tour and I hope you enjoy the content we worked on a day. We cannot travel physically right now due to the COVID pandemic but we can definitely travel digitally!”

 

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