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Asia is a land of mystique, adventure, modern cities, and ancient landmarks. Whether you are searching for thriving cities with sleek skyscrapers, or pristine isolated beaches, there is a destination perfect for your holiday. Make sure your destination list includes the Great Wall of China, temples of Angkor, a trek through Nepal, or tropical escape in Bali, Thailand or Vietnam. India and Sri Lanka offer chances for spiritual experiences, and ancient Unesco World Heritage Sites.

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This tropical paradise is loved by tourists and travellers all over the world. Part of the Republic of Indonesia, Bali offers the time and setting to get back in touch with nature or yourself. Stay in a private villa or luxury resort and enjoy the long, warm days by the beach, walking through jungle, or shopping in one of the thriving local markets. Take daily yoga classes, visit local ruins, or indulge in the beautiful local cuisine. Relaxing in Bali time means relaxing in your own time.

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Considered one of the most peaceful and happy countries in the world, Bhutan serves up a stunning mix of spirituality, culture, and a slower pace of life that inspires stillness and awe. From pristine natural environments and beautiful, secluded monasteries, there are authentic experiences for any tourist willing to search within the country and themselves. High on the places to visit include Punakha Dzong, thought to be Bhutan’s most beautiful monastery perched by a river in the Himalayas; or one of the largest Buddhas in the world overlooking Thimphu Valley; as well as the The Tiger’s Nest Monastery on a mountain ledge outside the city of Paro. While life is simple in Bhutan, visitors must register with a tour company and meet minimum daily spend amounts each day.

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Cambodia is a land mostly unspoilt and unexplored, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t an abundance of picturesque beaches, colonial villages, dense forests and expansive rivers and lakes. Cambodia is full of surprises and unique experiences such as one of the most important archaeological sites of Southeast Asia, the temples of Angkor – especially the five-tower temple Angkor Wat. The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda in Phnom Penh offer breathtaking beauty and architecture, while the floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake are a community of fisherman living in stilted houses made from bamboo. Don’t forget to add a stop to Kampie which offers the best vantage point to spot the rare freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins.

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With an impressive hold on their history, and offers a wealth of famous landmarks and attractions. From the Great Wall of China, to the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace and the Temple of Heaven, there are many impressive sites to behold. After your time soaking in the history of Beijing, head to Xi’an to visit the Terracotta Army and the starting point of the historic Silk Road trade. Visit Chengdu for delicious Sichuan food and a visit with the Giant Pandas and Leshan Giant Buddha which stands 71m tall. Be sure to soak in the city life and then trek into the pristine rural communities to experience traditional Chinese life.

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India is like nowhere else on earth. Spirituality, mythology, legends, and history are rich in every city, village and temple. Stop at the world-famous city of Agra and spend time at the Taj Mahal, visit many of the ancient temples including Ranakpur Temple which was built in the 15th century and took half a century to complete. Explore the banks of the Ganges and some of the oldest living cities such as Patna, the capital of Bihar. Travel the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Darjeeling and its Himalayan Railway which winds through the endless tea farms. For something different why not visit the ancient Ajanta Caves which date back to the second century BC and are full of preserved murals of sailing ships, animal-filled forests and city streets.

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Whether it is the food, cherry blossoms, or pop culture calling you to Japan, there are surprises aplenty on this thriving island. No matter the time of year there is something to leave you inspired and full of awe. Head to one of the big cities like Tokyo and sit and watch the busiest crossing in the world, be inspired by the the youth fashion culture in Harajuku, or visit a fish market, sing karaoke, and indulge in the local cuisine. Head for a unique experience such as a trip along the Kurobe Gorge Railway in the Northern Japan Alps, or one of the most beautiful beaches in Japan at Okinawa, or the Hokuryu Sunflower Village exploding with more than one million cheerful sunflowers. Animal lovers should head to the Asahiyama Zoo which was the world’s first cold region zoo and is home to animals such as polar bears, Amur leopards, penguins, and Scops owls.

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The Maldives are a collection of islands in the Arabian Sea of the Indian Ocean, and is the perfect destination for those looking to explore the beauty of coral reefs, swim with marine life and switch off to the rush of modern life. Maldivians are connected to the ocean and the reefs as they provide protection to the tiny islands, as well as a source of income and food. The main city Male offers a touch of hustle and bustle, brightly painted houses, crowded markets, and historic landmarks such as the National Museum. If ocean luxury is more your style book a villa in a luxury over water resort and swim coral reefs with whale sharks or hammerhead sharks. Travel by boat or seaplane and sit back and enjoy the beauty of the ocean and the white sandy beaches found on every island.

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Myanmar (Burma)

Tourism is relatively new as the country formally known as Burma has not long been open to visitors after a half-century of isolation and oppressive government policies. Myanmar is a Buddhist country and temples, ancient pagodas and culture can be found everywhere. The second city of Mandalay is quickly growing into a bustling, modern metropolis amid some of the country’s showstopping panoramas. Explore 19th century teak monasteries, the royal palace, and set off sail to the ancient temple city of Bagan with its 4000 sacred stupas. An essential destination is Inle Lake – which is so much more than a vast expanse of still water – it is also home to temples, markets, and floating gardens.

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Nepal is the birthplace of Buddha and the home of Shiva, and it is this divine connection that makes the country so healing to the many who visit. Take a journey of self discovery at one of the many temples, immerse yourself in yoga, learn meditation, and connect to your inner self amid the sound of prayer flags and the scent of incense. Take the road less travelled and trek to the highest peaks of the Himalayas during climbing season, or take on the white water adventures of rafting and kayaking. Nepal is also home to some impressive wildlife in the lush jungles and national parks in Chitwan, Bardia and Rara. Spot elephants, rhinos, crocodiles, tigers, and in the mountains of Manang you can see mountain goats, yaks and the elusive snow leopard.

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South Korea

More than 500 years of culture and history combine with stunning landscapes and welcoming people. Whether you feel like hiking the craggy mountains or sampling all the street food you can in the chic city of Seoul, South Korea mixes it ancient culture and history with a fresh new modern take. The country is relatively new to tourism but they embrace every single visitor. Sit back on the beach at coastal Busan, visit the volcanic landscapes and mountains of Jeju Island, or take sail to remote islands and visit the small farming and fishing communities.

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a small country with a big punch when it comes to attractions, culture, cuisine and beauty. An island nation south of India in the Indian Ocean, it is made up of tropical forests, highlands, arid plains and remote sandy beaches. Visit 2000-year old temples, wander through ruins, surf impressive waves, tea farms, and eight Unesco World Heritage Sites. Nature lovers can visit The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary which is home to 60 abandoned wild elephant babies, or visit Minneriya in the afternoon and watch as hundreds of elephants gather. Magic is everywhere in Sri Lanka, from the world’s oldest living human-planted tree at Anuradhapura, or the hundreds of temples, ruins and historical sites.

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Singapore is a city of more than 64 islands, man made waterfalls, exotic gardens in domes and a nightlife that could be compared to none. Singapore is home to the world’s first nocturnal zoo which runs a night safari visiting more than 130 species of animals. For a modern city, Singapore is surprisingly filled with gardens including the UNESCO World Heritage Site Singapore Botanic Gardens which has more than 10,000 species of flowering plants and trees. Be sure to fit in a visit to Gardens by the Bay with its impressive Supertrees groves, high-tech space-domes and sculptures – it is also home to the hypnotic light and sound show Garden Rhapsody. At its heart Singapore is a place of luxury with some of the world’s most impressive and exclusive hotels and resorts, as well as an iconic Raffles Hotel which was once a hot spot of anyone who was someone in Singapore.

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Thailand and its attractions can be likened to its cuisine – spicy, sweet, salty and sour with secret delights in the most unexpected places. Glittering temples, unique landscapes, tropical beaches, and vibrant capital cities boast much to awe and inspire. Bangkok is a foodies haven with noodle shacks, street food and markets to sample. Rural areas are a mix of tropical forests, rice paddies and villages with backdrops of mountains, limestone cliffs, and the ocean. Temples, palaces, towering Buddhas and shrines can be found all over the country and must see destinations are Chang Mai, and Ayuthaya – both of which are home to ancient ruins and restored temples. Another stunning spot to add to your list is the Phanom Rung Historical Park which is high atop an extinct volcano with ruins, bridges, and an ancient Hindu temple.

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Jungles, monsoon forests, eclectic cities and amazing cuisine are just some of the attractions of this staggeringly beautiful country. Whether you are looking to relax and unwind in a local or luxury spa, or spend your days trekking through some of the most unique and pristine ecosystems in the world, there is an experience just waiting for you. Join a guided food tour or cooking class in Ho Chi Minh City, stopping to take in the beauty of the Emperor Jade Pagoda. Be sure to leave time for a visit to Da Nang where the food is famous and the Marble Mountains are spectacular. For something a little different visit Harlong Bay, home to more than 2000 different islands amid limestone peaks, fishing villages, and a sheltered pocket of the sea.

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