Lewis describes his travels through Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia in the late 1940s. He speaks to French colonists, salves, emperors and peasants. Fascinating and insightful. Highly recommended.
For anyone wanting to get beyond tired travel guide cliches, A Geek in Indonesia is a hip, irreverent, and streetwise introduction to Southeast Asia’s biggest country.
This alternative guide to Thailand offers a smart and concise take on Thai culture, entertainment, daily life–covering all the classics–but also revealing the path less traveled.
This easy-to-use identification guide to the 280 bird species most commonly seen in Malaysia (including the state of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo) includes high quality photographs from some of Malaysia’s top nature photographers accompanied by detailed species descriptions.
Photographic identification guide to the 280 bird species most commonly seen in Thailand.
This fully revised identification guide to the 280 bird species most commonly seen in Borneo (covering Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan) includes high quality photographs from one of Borneo’s top nature photographers accompanied by detailed species descriptions.
An easy-to-use identification guide to 280 birds species, including all resident and regular migratory species occurring in Singapore.
All About Indonesia invites children on a journey of adventure through a fascinating land of contrasts.
All About Thailand is a book for kids ages 8 to 12 which brings you on an incredible journey to exotic Thailand.
Naipaul’s classic account of this journeys through Iran, Pakistan, Malaysia and Indonesia. A uniquely valuable insight into modern Islam and the comforting simplifications of religious fanaticism.
This bestselling Tuttle guide to Bali gives the latest information on what to do and see on this spectacular tropical Indonesian island.
Get to the heart of Bangkok with the help of this genuinely pocket-sized, pop-up map. Small in size yet big on detail, this compact, dependable, city map will ensure you don’t miss a thing.