Indochinese peninsula

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8220;The volume of long haul holiday tourists and first time visitors is increasing from Brazil and the Indochinese Peninsula has the potential to exploit its strength as a 'choice' holiday destination for the Brazilian market and Latin America since Air France, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates Airlines, Thai Airways fly to Brazil from their hubs, with easy access to other Latin America countries,” added Pham Ha.
The exhibition presents a series of unusual Balinese rings, lavish jewels from the Indochinese peninsula and exquisite antique necklaces adorned in pearls and precious stones.
Japan unveiled plans Wednesday to allocate aid to fund infrastructure and poverty-reduction projects in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam, including some $20 million for developing poor areas and another $20 million to complete construction projects of two east-west highways traversing the Indochinese Peninsula.
This makes a total of 1,257,600 (H)mong for the Indochinese Peninsula and, roughly, 4,034,639 for Asia as a whole.
Vietnam occupies the east coast of the Indochinese peninsula (map, p.
7] Consequently, the Philippines, South Vietnam and Thailand anchored American security policy in Southeast Asia that was primarily aimed at the Indochinese peninsula in general, and Vietnam in particular.
This crustal crack extends more than 1,000 km from Tibet to the South China Sea and forms the geologic boundary between South China and the Indochinese peninsula, which holds Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand.