Tokyo is the vibrant capital of Japan and it is often a stopover for travelers passing though the city on their way to other destinations in the country or the rest of Asia. It can be difficult to know how to navigate the city in a short time like two days. How do you possibly have an inspiring experience when there is so much to choose from?
The sleepy city of Vientiane may appear more like a village than the capital of a nation, but that is part of its unique charm. The subtle French flavors blending with the Asian character of this city make the place distinctive and unforgettable.
Seoul is a one-of-a-kind destination with plenty to offer, from excellent food to amazing shopping, fascinating culture to modern attractions. You’ll never be short of something fun and interesting to do in Seoul. But if you haven’t got unlimited time, where do you go and what do you choose?
For a country that boasts thousands of white sand, paradise islands, excellent diving, wonderful surfing, and some outstanding natural beauties, the Philippines is a relatively undiscovered country for tourists. The vast network of islands is your destination for quite relaxation, vibrant parties, underwater fun, and much much more.
Thailand is famous for its cuisine, culture, gorgeous beaches, and excellent diving. This welcoming country provides all you need for a fun-packed diving vacation, with beautiful scenery, vibrant nightlife, relaxing resorts, and some fine underwater attractions.
Want a different travel experience? Laos is a small, landlocked country bordering Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, and China. Travel in Laos is laidback and you’ll encounter some amazing sights. You can easily spend months here but what happens when you’ve only got one week? Here’s your seven-day itinerary to fit in all the Laos highlights.
The bustling, welcoming metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s business capital and, more importantly, the place to come when you want a vast array of restaurants to sample Chinese, Vietnamese, French, and Thai food.
Hakone is only 100 kilometers from the metropolis of Tokyo but it is worlds apart in style and atmosphere. Hakone is situated in a mountainous landscape that is famous for its natural beauty, its temples, views across to Mount Fuji, and its onsens. Find out more about why you need to make Hakone a stop on your Japan tour.
If you only visit Seoul in South Korea, you are really missing out. South Korea is home to some stunning landscapes, beautiful natural wonders, sandy beaches, towering mountains, blossom-lined pathways and historic sites.
Chiang Mai is the most popular city in the northern part of Thailand and while it is much smaller than Bangkok, it offers an admirable range of activities and fun things to do. Chiang Mai’s charm is its low-key atmosphere and laidback style, with the addition of cultural and adventurous highlights that will provide you with a vacation to remember.
Looking for adventure, luxury, culture, and natural beauty? Look at Laos, one of the most memorable destinations in South East Asia. Laos is blessed with wonderful scenery like high mountains and wide rivers, beautiful cities and tiny towns, plus plenty of cultural and other highlights. Laos is one of the undiscovered gems of Asia, but visit soon as it won’t stay “undiscovered” for long….
Angkor Wat, the temple complex in the heart of Cambodia, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country – and the rest of South East Asia. There’s a good reason why Angkor Wat is so famous. It is a stunning site, with breathtaking views and a wonderful mix of ancient temples and steamy jungle.