Crime is on the rise in Dhaka, but how much of a threat is this to travelers?
Find out about common diseases, medical treatment facilities, swimming conditions, air quality, tattoos and natural hazards before you go to Bangladesh.
Pakistan has serious laws regarding drug offences, blasphemy, unlawful assembly and homosexuality. This is what travelers need to know.
Pakistan is a stunning destination for keen trekkers. But beware of monsoon season and these other natural hazards in the mountain regions.
Traveling to Pakistan comes with the risk of insect-borne illnesses, and traveling with anti-diarrhea medication is a must. This is what you need to know.
Getting around in Pakistan is problematic. It's advised travelers do not use public transport of any form, and taxis in particular should be ruled out completely.
Petty crime is common in Pakistan. These are the types of things you need to be aware of to stay safe and out of trouble while traveling here.
The terrorism threat in Pakistan has been greatly reduced in recent years – most regions are now safe to visit, but a few are still best avoided. Nomad Will explains the current security situation in one of his favorite countries.
The dreaded Delhi belly. It's going to take a seriously good hygiene routine to avoid India's most gut wrenching illness, but get started with these tips.
As sure as the Ganges flows into the Bay of Bengal, you will encounter one of these common scams in India. The trick is to know how to identify a scammer before you get done.
Here's how to politely tell the touts and beggars to stay away while you travel India.