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Traveling Europe, and Asia, What's the best website to book the trip?

I’m going to Europe, HongKong, China, Korea for business. What's the best website to book the trip? Besides business, I'd like to visit famous attractions as well.
15 years ago, November 9th 2007 No: 1 Msg: #22259  
It's better to have detailed destination guides for each place. Reply to this

15 years ago, November 10th 2007 No: 2 Msg: #22286  
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i only know china. if you have enough time in china. you can come to much place, for example Jiuzaigou,lijian,yunan province.xishuanbanna,great wall,the Imperial Palace,haina province.
very very very much place. Reply to this

15 years ago, November 11th 2007 No: 3 Msg: #22331  
I'd agree with travelqq, you're planning to visit very diverse places, and are probably best off researching each one yourself and booking online - there's a world of information out there (and a lot of it on this website!). If you're very busy there are probably tours available in all of those places too, and you could find out about these by checking the major guidebooks or each Tourism information centre in the relevant country.

Planning the trip is half the fun! Enjoy. Reply to this

15 years ago, November 11th 2007 No: 4 Msg: #22332  
The are many sites you could use but it depends where your departing from, if from Australia you could try zuji or webjet, traveling from europe you could use last minute, travelocity, trailfinders,travelnation,STA, flight centre, going from the US you could use flight centre, travelocity, the are more buts the ones that come to mind now.

Thx Mike😉 Reply to this

15 years ago, November 11th 2007 No: 5 Msg: #22333  
The best guidebooks are normally Lonelyplanet and footprints, rough guide books are not bad but i do not feel they give as much detail, search this site as per Roundyrhinos advices and also check out the lonely planet forum the thorntree and bootsnall which is another good site.

Thx Mike😊 Reply to this

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