A crowded terminal. A local station with no tourists. Regardless of tourism resources, name recognition, and accessibility, we will follow stations in various parts of Asia where travelers will be attracted to-the Asian stops.
The travelogues that visited 100 stations in 28 countries and regions in Asia were rearranged and reconstructed so that the railway runs from the Far East to the western end of Asia. As you read on, you can immerse yourself in exoticism as if you were actually moving from one end of Asia to the other. In addition, it explains the history of the station and international circumstances from the unique perspective of the author who is a railway researcher, and it is a railway travelogue drawn with a brush stroke that is a bit different from ordinary Asian wanderings. This is a visually satisfying book with 16 pages of beautiful color at the beginning, photos of all 100 stations, and a detailed map showing the locations of stations in all areas.