The Best Places to Visit in Asia

If you have intention to travel Asia, let's give a look for top Asia travel spots here and have the interesting vacations

Bali island

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Bali

Shangri-La, Elysium, Arcadia, Utopia, and Bali are all synonymous with "heaven." The only difference between them is that you can actually visit Bali. Most of us have never been to this Indonesian IsLand. Yet, the word "Bali" conjures daydreams of the most fantastical landscape: towering volcanoes wrapped in a deep green canopy, sandy shores that slide into turquoise water, and curving coastlines crowned with staggered pagodas. And believe it or not, Bali rarely disappoints.

Hong Kong

To outsiders, Hong Kong can raise a lot of questions: "Is it part of China or not?" "Is it one island or two?" "Do they speak English or Mandarin? Or both?" And foreigners have a good reason to ask them. This territory, made of multiple islands, returned to China's possession in 1997 after more than a hundred years of British occupation. 

Tokyo

"Animated" is perhaps the best word to describe Tokyo. Crazy about its anime, Japan's mega city is constantly buzzing with movement—feet clack down sidewalks, cars zoom along streets, subway trains hum below ground, ships cruise in and out. And yet bright lights and loud signs beg you to pause, to break your motion for just one second to pray at the altar of consumerism. 

Maldives

A private villa stands over crystal blue water; days finish with orange sunsets that make you hungry for local citrus; gourmet room service and a masseuse are on call to avoid any unnecessary trips from your porch; and the only thing to make you want to leave is the breathtaking coral reef and underwater creatures that demand a scuba session for a proper introduction. This is the Maldives.

Singapore

Renowned as a culinary mecca, Singapore offers travelers a taste of Southeast Asia. The nation's diverse population has brought an international flavor to the local culture. And this fusion has led to the prosperity that takes physical form in the city's mind-blowing skyline. 

Seoul

The blue and red yin and yang emblazoned on South Korea's flag represent balance — an ideal that was thrown off-kilter during the Korean War. But after the 1953 armistice, a modern Seoul bloomed anew. Today, the city is characterized by stunning architecture, vibrant culture and a thriving economy — all testaments to Seoul's resilience.

Beijing

China's capital may not be the nation's most populous city (Shanghai), but Beijing hosts the country's most significant cultural sites like the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City. For the best sightseeing weather, plan to visit in spring or fall.

Bangkok

Composed of vibrant neighborhoods, Bangkok is sure to surprise you with its flavorful Thai cuisine and nonstop nightlife. Also, there's no shortage of shopping opportunities here: Peruse goods in a modern mall or discover handmade jewelry on roads lined with stalls.

Kyoto

While Tokyo is Japan's financial and political capital, Kyoto proudly stands as the nation's cultural hub. The city's wealth of historic shrines and temples — 17 of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites — transport visitors back to ancient Japan.

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