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Map of current and proposed railways of Southeast Asia

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November 3 · Issue #28 · View online
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A weekly newsletter of great travel reads and links by James Clark from Nomadic Notes.

[Current and proposed railways of Southeast Asia.]
Greetings from Chiang Mai. This week I’ve released an updated map of current and proposed railways in Southeast Asia. As you can see it is mostly proposed (the red lines), but with projects like the Chinese-backed Laos railway and East Coast Rail Link in Malaysia, maybe some of the map will soon be a reality. Check out the map and blog post and let me know what you think.
And here are the pick of good travel reads for the week.
~ James
Where I'm At
Where I’m At: November, 2017 – Chiang Mai edition
Travel Reads
Kevin Kelly and the Golden Age of World Travel
Phở, Gỏi Cuốn, and Bún: How Vietnamese Food Entered the Australian Consciousness
Meet The Badass Women Wrestlers Of Senegal
Denver Airport Conspiracy: Theories, Rumors & Facts
In Spice-Laden Kerala, a Break From Urban India
The unbearable whiteness of travelling
Parisian Links
Love Locks in Paris: The Fake Tradition From Hell
Paris Is Installing Sparkling Water Fountains All Over
From Saigon to Paris: A Vietnamese backpacker's motorbike adventure
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Lunch o clock in Chiang Mai.
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