Iran is the rising hot spot for travellers looking for beautiful landscapes, ancient cultures, and a rich history to explore.
Sensoji Temple is Tokyo's most visited temple, where Buddhists come to pay homage to the goddess Kannon.
Bhutan is easily one of the most mysterious and isolated countries in the world. But don't let that stop you, the rewards of your visit are worth it.
Spot the world's largest lizard, see colourful crater lakes and experience the cultural diversity of the Indonesian island of Flores.
Shanghai is an ultra modern Chinese city, that favours those who love urban culture, luxury shopping, non-stop nightlife, and international restaurants.
Journey back in time to the Andaman Islands and experience this wild and largely undeveloped slice of tropical bliss in the Indian Ocean.
The Grand Bazaar is an absolute must while you're in Istanbul! Everything from colourful Turkish lanterns, ceramics, and leather goods, to delicate Turkish sweets.
Don't miss the night markets when travelling to Taipei, they are simply the best and there's so many to chose from!
A serene oasis in the centre of the frenzied city of Tokyo, the Meiji Jingu Shrine is perhaps the city’s most famous Shinto shrine.
Welcome to the chaotic city of Seoul, one of the most modern cities in Asia that's nothing like the real world.
Not a city that likes to be outdone, Dubai is an emirate filled with superlatives that is trying to shake off its stopover status.
Singapore is commonly dismissed as a stopover destination but if you scratch its glittering surface, there is much depth to discover.
Negombo’s proximity to Sri Lanka's international airport makes it very accessible for tourists, with plenty to offer those less inclined to venture further afield.
Known as the gambling mecca of the world and the Las Vegas of the East, Macau brings old and new together with a mix of historic sites and museums, and big name resorts and casinos.
A wildly dense city, Hong Kong is a fascinating city that straddles both western and eastern cultures.
Korea is non-stop quirkiness. Before you delve into the complex world of Korean society, read up on culture etiquette, travel tips, and more!
Once off-limits to tourists, Sri Lanka's combination of natural and cultural beauty has seen it re-emerge as one of the world's top travel hotspots.
The ancient city of Kathmandu has a rich multicultural infused history and is filled with traditions that continue to survive the tests of time and nature.
One of the main entry points to the state of Kerala, the city of Kochi has a fascinating multicultural heritage reflected in its plethora of sights to see.
With skyscrapers interspersed with heritage buildings and green spaces, Kuala Lumpur is one of Southeast Asia's youngest capital cities.
Ever wanted to see an orangutan? Climb a 4101m mountain? Hike dense jungles? Or simply gorge on a gloriously diverse cuisine? Then Malaysia may be the place for you.
Serving as the gateway to Angkor Wat for more than 100 years, Siem Reap is a cultural hub found in Cambodia.
Did you know that Angkor Wat is the world's largest religious monument? Explore the ruins and learn more!
Despite its hardships, Cambodia has become a welcoming place of beauty for travellers. Explore its ancient temples, stunning coastal towns, and more.
Bali's captivating dance, music, arts and general ambience have long drawn those in search of serenity.
Planning a holiday in Indonesia can be somewhat overwhelming due to the sheer number of islands that make up the diverse archipelago.
The only manmade structure that can be seen from space, the Great Wall is China’s most iconic attraction.
Beijing is a hip, culturally vibrant, and inspiring city, especially for a population of 11 million with a tourist influx of millions a year,
China - everyone should go, the complete otherworldliness of it is shocking and mind altering and you won't regret it
Kusadasi is a Turkish town popular for its beaches and history, but also its proximity to Ephesus, home to one of the seven ancient wonders of the world.
The only city in the world that spans two continents, Istanbul's diverse culture and beautiful architecture have made it one of Turkey's main attractions.
Teetering on the brink of both Europe and Asia, Turkey is a land of breathtaking landscapes, fascinating history, complex culture and welcoming people.
India has so much to offer in terms of its beautiful scenery, intense culture, and some of the best food in the world.
Give the city of New Delhi a chance - and you just might fall in love with it.
Explore the most the popular city in all of India - historic Agra. Previously the capital, today it is most commonly known as the home of the Taj Mahal.
Ho Chi Minh City - this is a place that will push your senses to the limit and it is so worth a visit!
Learn all about the everlasting tribute of love, devotion, and beauty that is the story behind the Taj Mahal.
Travelling through Hanoi, you’ll find the Bach Ma temple is the heart of the city, and legend has it that this placement is no accident.
Explore one of Hanoi's national treasures - the Temple of Literature. This landmark is a Confucius temple as well as a national university.
Discover Vietnam’s eloquent capital city of Hanoi - over 1000 years of history, french colonial style buildings and a flavorful array of tempting foods.
Lumpini Park is a garden oasis in the middle of Bangkok, appreciated much like Central Park, but Lumpini hosts special guests- the komodo dragon.
Chiang Mai is the “Rose of the North” of Thailand, with its lush green countryside, beautiful mountain tops, and temple rooftops dotting the skyline.
No doubt about it - Thailand is an exotic destination! Come explore all the unique things you can see and do in this vibrant and colorful country.
Bangkok is a city with many faces; there's the traditional face of Thai temples, the hustle and bustle of street markets, the delicious cuisine and so much more!
Once a war-torn country, now a traveller's dream destination. Vietnam is full of natural wonders and astounding hospitality.
Since the 1600s, Osaka has been known as the "city of food," providing entertainment for the merchant class.
"City of Ten Thousand Shrines"- Kyoto is the quintessential picture of Japan. With shrines, temples, gardens, festivals, and of course amazing foods.
Tokyo is the capital city of Japan and has a population of over 13 million people! But don’t let that scare you, because Tokyo has so much to offer, especially for food.
Japan is an island country with a rich history that offers a unique mix of modern and traditional.
The Himalayan Mountains and friendly culture of the Nepalese people just a snippet of what Nepal has to offer.
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