Bangkok, Thailand is a truly diverse destination as it offers an immense number of Buddhist temples that will blow you away; craftsmanship on a different level is also put into gourmet- meal preparation that you could find in stylish restaurants.
Tokyo, Japan offers modern appeal; The Emperor still resides in the Imperial Palace so it is definitely worth a visit, as well as the Edo-Tokyo Museum and the Sensoji Temple.
Beijing is a colourful experience of its own universe. The historical places like the Hall of Preserving Harmony, the Forbidden City and Summer Palace could trigger your imagination.
Shanghai, China is a stylish modern metropolis that summons up crowds in the People’s Square and the Bund; you could see people strolling down the Fabric Market while looking for a bargain of a tailor-made suit or dress.
Siem Reap, Cambodia is a nice fast-growing city situated near the Angkok Archeological Park as well as plenty of ancient temples of amazing architecture and atmosphere.
Chiang Mai, Thailand has loads of ancient temples nearby as well as modern trendy bars, clubs and restaurants that delight just about anyone.
Hong Kong, China is a fascinating city and a delightful place for ‘cuisine tourism’. You could enjoy Chinese specialties like pineapple buns, wife cakes, egg tarts, tofu or fish balls on sticks.
Singapore, Singapore is a crowded but splendid metropolis of amazing historical character. The Thian Hock Keng Temple offers spiritual experience of unique kind.
Kyoto, Japan is a city of geisha-dance feasts over the Kamo River and romantic strolls along the glimmering streets; though full of tourist crowds the city is somehow peaceful and romantic regardless of season.
Male is the capital island of the Maldives and a city teeming with packed local markets with fresh produce; Chaandanee Magu is the spot for wooden souvenirs. Last but not least, don’t miss the golden-domed Friday Mosque that is the heart of the island.
Ubud, Indonesia is a village cluster that is also a central spot for Bali’s art scene. The island has numerous massage centres; moreover, it is home to the Monkey Forest Park where long-tailed macaques live in their natural environment.
Seoul, South Korea is home to flickering neon-lit skyscrapers as well as Buddhist temples and palaces. The tower of Namsan allows you to experience the best view over the whole of the city.
Taipei, Taiwan is home to the National Palace Museum and Long Shan Temple that are amazingly interesting to visit. As well as that, Taipei is just another spot for ‘cuisine tourism’ offering specialties from all over Taiwan, China and even Italy.
Hanoi, Vietnam attests that old colonial architecture of the Old Quarter could go hand in hand with modern designs of shady boulevards, restaurants, parks and office buildings.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam is a vast and attractive city that sets the pace of life for the rest of the country. Enjoy a boat-ride through the Mekong Delta or shop for food, frogs or flowers in the crowded Ben Thanh Market.
New Delhi, India is a bustling metropolis rich with culture. Gandhi’s Delhi Home, the Tomb of Humayun and the Mughal Buildings enrich the city and the cultural experience of every tourist.
Hoi An, Vietnam attracts backpackers and ordinary tourists for an unusual feast on the 14th day of each lunar month; only then the city trades back its electric lights for coloured lanterns.
Kathmandu, Nepal is the amazing capital of the country where you could visit the Monkey Temple that is the most sacred shrine in the valley.
Luang Prabang, Laos abounds in monasteries and shrines where each and every morning you could see the monks’ notable routine ceremony of gathering their food (alms) along the streets.
Jaipur, India or ‘The Pink City’ has spectacular sites like the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, and Jaigarh forts.
Xi’an, China still hosts excavation works for the fabulous Terracotta Army consisting of 7, 000 terracotta statues of warriors and soldiers. Furthermore, you should definitely visit the Shaanxi History Museum or the ancient imperial bathing spot, Huaqing Hot Springs.
Goa, India is a serene place for hedonists and travelers; it offers escape from big resorts and instead provides sanctuary surrounded by wildlife, beaches, temples, mosques and shrines.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia is a booming city where travelers flock to see the palaces, temples, shrines and French-colonial remnants.
Mumbai (Bombay), India is a rather chaotic and colourful city. It is a bargain spot with outdoor bazaars and spectacular views like the setting sun over the Arabian Sea.
Halong Bay, Vietnam is a breathtaking site of amazing limestone formations and caves whittled away by wind and water century after century.