Top positive review
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True to Form
on 11 February 2009
As ever, Lonely Planet leads the pack of guidebooks to Asia. The guide contains not only useful and reasonably up-to-date information about the major cities and sites, but also covers lesser-known places, and contains a good cultural and historical background. As such it's ideal for people who want to do more than just sightseeing.
We found the advice and recommendations were consistently reliable, especially the nuisances and annoyances in Pushkar - all of which we experienced - and the restaurant recommendations in Delhi.