Nepal Accessible Trail Trekking

Nepal Accessible Trail Trekking

It is not possible for the people who have a physical disability to trek in normal trekking trail in Nepal. It will be difficult for those trekkers to hike even in easy and in normal trekking trails because that...

Travelling on Trains in Japan 2019

Travelling on Trains in Japan 2019

As previously shared by Ashley, Japan has a great train system that allows you to travel throughout the country with a wheelchair. Since the article was written, in recent years, there have been some...

Tokyo, Japan Accessible Taxis

Tokyo, Japan Accessible Taxis

With the 2020 Olympics/Paralympics and the aging population, accessibility has become much more of a hot topic in Tokyo, Japan in recent years for foreign visitors and people with disabilities. The government...

Seoul, South Korea by Wheelchair

Seoul, South Korea by Wheelchair

My wife and I visited Seoul on the third leg of a 3 stop tour of Asia.  We had some trouble getting there because we flew on a budget airline, and they were not really equipped for wheelchair...

My Visit to Taipei, Taiwan with a Wheelchair

My Visit to Taipei, Taiwan with a Wheelchair

My wife and I visited Taipei, Taiwan recently on the first leg of a three stop tour of Asia.  Since I have family there, I was able to stay with them and save some money on accommodations. However, in the past I have stayed at an airbnb in Taipei, which was a bit...

Thai Senior and Disabled Travel Company Tour

Thai Senior and Disabled Travel Company Tour

Thai Senior and Disabled Travel Co., Ltd., is a tour operator and travel consultant for accessible tourism in Thailand, with professional teams who are experienced and specialized in Senior and Disabled citizen tour operation, tour planning, and...

Thailand Travel: Manual Wheelchair Access

Thailand Travel: Manual Wheelchair Access

I am a T2 paraplegic and I travelled through Thailand for two weeks in a manual chair with my boyfriend, who is not in a wheelchair. With its amazing cultural and geographical diversity, I discovered that there...

Vietnam Accessible Tour

Vietnam Accessible Tour

Roll in Asia is bringing accessible travel to Vietnam! Roll in Asia is the 1st travel agency specializing in accessible vacations for travelers in with a physical or mental handicap as well as hearing...

North India Accessible Tour

North India Accessible Tour

Roll in Asia is opening the doors to North India for all travelers. Roll in Asia is the 1st travel agency specializing in accessible vacations for travelers in with a physical or mental handicap as well as hearing or visual impairs. Wheelchair accessible? Yes....

Access in Vietnam: What to Expect & Travel Tips

Access in Vietnam: What to Expect & Travel Tips

I choose to travel to Vietnam on a whim. I wanted to go to Southeast Asia and I had heard Vietnam was cheap. I also have a bad habit of impulse buying plane tickets. I took my mom knowing she was adventurous as...

Krankin’ thru China

Krankin’ thru China

Krankin' thru China was established in 2013 by two Americans and their Chinese friend in an effort to enhance physical and mental wellness among people with disabilities in China. Initially focusing on handcycling as an avenue for physical wellness and social...

Japan: Accessible Travel Guide Overview

Japan: Accessible Travel Guide Overview

On my Japan wheelchair travel adventure, I spent most of my time in Tokyo, which is broken up into over a dozen distinct areas and is densely populated. For five full days and four nights I was also in Kyoto, plus one day spent in Nara. I wanted to go to Osaka but ran...

Travel in Nepal: Accessibility Review

Travel in Nepal: Accessibility Review

I have just returned from a familiarization tour of Nepal organized by Four Season Travel and Tours of Kathmandu. There are major infrastructure and human resource training needs still to be met in the country. However I was successful in visiting Kathmandu, Chitwan...

Nepal Tour: Travel to a Dream Destination

Nepal Tour: Travel to a Dream Destination

Nepal and the magnificent Himalayas of our country is considered one of the best destinations to travel on Earth. Living in the country of Everest makes us the proud dweller of not just mighty Everest but every glory adhered to it. Traveller's around the world dream...

Accessible Timeshares for Rent Worldwide

Accessible Timeshares for Rent Worldwide

Want to get away? More and more resorts are now offering many wheelchair accessible accommodations to choose from, but selecting which resort to book can prove to be an overwhelming task when done on your own. SellMyTimeshareNow.com offers an online marketplace of...

Tour Ladakh, India with a Wheelchair

Tour Ladakh, India with a Wheelchair

Welcome to Ladakh, India! Barren majestic mountains reach out to the sky entwined with prayer flags fluttering in distant monasteries; blue skies, gray snaking roads, brown rivers and silver snow-clad peaks in the distance; pink butter tea, colorful robes, music and...

China by Wheelchair: Travel Barriers & Possibilities

China by Wheelchair: Travel Barriers & Possibilities

An image of a wheelchair engraved on a stone dated as early as 5000 years ago was found in China yet the treatment of the disabled in China is unsatisfactory to say the least. Being Chinese and disabled is hard and in many cases life-ending....

A Vacation in China: Tips on Accessibility

A Vacation in China: Tips on Accessibility

I would like to share some of my wheelchair experiences while on vacation in China with my wife.  First, let me tell you that I am not a writer by any means.  I just wanted to capture some of the issues we had to work out while traveling abroad.  I will...

Thailand Holiday Travel Guide: Wheelchair Tips

Thailand Holiday Travel Guide: Wheelchair Tips

I’m 46 year old Danish man with spinal cord injury who lives in Thailand about six months per year. I was in Thailand for the first time for one month in January 2009. I feel so comfortable in the tropic weather that I decide to stay as much as possible in Thailand....

Visit Accessible Attractions in Japan

Visit Accessible Attractions in Japan

When traveling to a different country most people will plan each day where multiple attractions can be seen, which is easy in Japan because most of the time a few attractions are clustered together. Wheelchair accessible attractions in Japan can be just a train...

Wheelchair Accessible Transportation in Japan

Wheelchair Accessible Transportation in Japan

Train travel is the most popular way to get around Japan and for a tourist using a wheelchair, it is vital to explore attractions. Train stations are resources for information, food, water, public restrooms, navigation and even shopping for pretty much anything. Every...

Japan Journey: What an Adventure!

Japan Journey: What an Adventure!

It was hot and humid. Beads of sweat were rapidly racing down my back and face. The sound of semi (cicada) bugs filled the air like tiny violins playing the same note. It was around four o’clock and I had been wheeling around all day. Where were these Ukai Cormorant...

Accessibility at Mitsui Garden Hotel in Kyoto, Japan

Accessibility at Mitsui Garden Hotel in Kyoto, Japan

Mitsui Garden Hotel Kyoto Shijo is a mid-ranged price hotel on a small side street. The Kyoto subway is not located far from this hotel as well as a number of attractions, including the popular Nishiki Market. The automatic doors open up to the lobby’s smooth...

Hearton Hotel in Kyoto, Japan

Hearton Hotel in Kyoto, Japan

Hearton Hotel is a mid-priced hotel in Kyoto is on a small side street in a very central location, surrounded by many attractions and the train station within rolling distance. Right outside of the entrance is a handicapped parking spot and once thru the automatic...

Tyoko Inn in Kawasaki, Japan

Tyoko Inn in Kawasaki, Japan

Tyoko Inn is a budget business hotel located all over Japan and in some cities multiple can be found.  I would definitely stay at a Tyoko Inn again. In Kawasaki, the Tyoko Inn was a little over a block away from the train station in a popular area for shopping...

Keio Plaza in Tokyo, Japan

Keio Plaza in Tokyo, Japan

In the beautiful country of Japan, the Keio Plaza Hotel is located in Tokyo region of Shinjuku near the train station. The lobby is impressive with marble floors and a large chandelier but was disappointed to find no lowered counter at the check-in counter. A...

Thailand Wheelchair Accessible Minivan and Driver

Thailand Wheelchair Accessible Minivan and Driver

Since 2005 I have been travelling to Hua Hin and Bangkok in Thailand. I have been returning every year during wintertime. I love this country with the great foor, smiling people and Buddhist culture. Till 2010 I used a regular minivan, asked them to take out the back...

Empathy and Irrational Temples

Empathy and Irrational Temples

I’m back from an amazing vacation to Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Humanity as a whole needs to learn a lot from these scenic islands and this will be the topic of my next post. In this post, I want to elaborate on why even in the 21st century, we still don’t treat...

Flying with a Wheelchair

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