The world’s largest continent stretches from the fringes of Europe and the Arabian Peninsula to the Far East. Some of its countries are themselves almost the size of continents, so vast are their territories. And in every region of Asia you’ll ﬁnd evidence of inﬂuential civilizations, era-deﬁning architecture and lost empires.
From the enchanting forests of Borneo to the Mughal palaces of India, from the futuristic high-rises of Singapore and Tokyo to the ornate Hindu temples of beautiful Bali, Asia’s delights sometimes seem inﬁnite. Entrancing, intriguing and sometimes just scintillatingly fun, this is a continent that ticks every box for the insatiably curious traveler. Once you’ve had a taste, you’ll be yearning to return.
The neon-tangle of Tokyo and its endless innovations are counterbalanced by the natural beauty of its thousands of sacred cherry trees. When blossoming, they transform this city into a dreamy vision of pink.
Feeding the World
Asia has given the world a vast and unrivalled menu of mouth-watering dishes. Whether Mughlai dishes from India or the famed chilli crab sold in Singapore's hawker stalls, it's a place to expand your culinary horizons.
Tunnels to temples
Ancient and recent history have left their mark on Vietnam's wonderful cities, teeming with Buddhist temples, pagodas and French colonial cathedrals. Ho Chi Minh City's Cu Chi tunnels are a fascinating relic of the Vietnam War.
A Golden Experience
A visit to India's Golden Triangle region invariably leaves a long-lasting impression. Filled with Mughal architecture like the majestic Taj Mahal and Jaipur's pink-hued masterpieces, it's a place that inspires awe in all who go there.
Treasures of China
It could be the life-sized figurines of the Terracotta Army in Xi'an, the sprawling Forbidden city, or the snaking wonder of the Great Wall of China that impresses you about this astonishing country. One thing's for sure, you'll be awe-struck by monumental achievements of the dynastic emperors that once ruled this land enchanting part of the world.