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If the West has Paris, Asia has Tokyo. One of the most important cultural capitals of Asia and the world, Tokyo is home to high-tech electronics, high fashion, excellent cuisine, and great people. Japan spent the years from 1639 to 1853 as a “locked country,” a period of isolation two centuries long under a policy called Sakoku. When Japan finally opened itself to foreign trade in 1853, it had developed a unique, distinctive culture that was truly its own. The Meiji Shrine, a Shinto shrine dedicated to the Emperor who ended Sakoku, is one of the most tranquil places you can visit in busy, bustling Tokyo. Here is a great place to wish for that promotion you’ve been waiting for; just write your wish on a small piece of paper and leave it tied to the prayer wall. It might do some good to toss a few coins (or bills) [...]


Singapore is one of the richest cities in all of Asia, both culturally and economically. Some people say that there isn’t anything to do in Singapore other than eat or shop; they couldn’t be more wrong. The key to exploring Singapore is to stay away from the beaten path; you don’t want to spend your time in Singapore doing the same things you do at home, do you? For an authentic Singapore experience, you have to be ready to explore a little. A great way to start a day in Singapore is to go for a jog through the Botanic Gardens, a green paradise where you can breathe the fresh, pristine rainforest air. Once the shops and establishments start opening up, you might enjoy a visit to the Asian Civilisations Museum, or the Peranakan Museum, where they have a fine collection of culturally significant items and artifacts on display. For [...]


The capital of South Korea, Seoul has a metropolitan population of over 20 million. A city with great cultural and economic significance, Seoul is definitely one of most interesting destinations in East Asia. One of the places anyone should visit in Seoul is the Itaewon area. Perhaps due to the nearby U.S. Army base, Itaewon is a very welcoming neighborhood when it comes to showing foreigners a good time. You could spend an entire week coming back to Taewon without running out of things to do. Many great restaurants and bars adorn Itaewon; you can grab a bite at Kate’s Kitchen, or enjoy a great breakfast at Le Saint Ex. At night, fun-seekers can bump hips to the sound of some of the greatest DJs in the world at Club Volume, located in the basement of the Crown Hotel. Korea has a very colorful military history, and those who are [...]


The city of Phuket, located on the similarly named largest island in Thailand, is one destination that no traveler to Asia should pass up on. Although Phuket has acquired a somewhat notorious reputation for its portfolio of raunchy and freaky night life, Phuket is home to many attractive destinations for travelers of all ages and tastes.From Bangkok, Phuket is about sixty or seventy minutes away by plane, making it very accessible. PhangNga Bay is home to many beautiful islands that you can reach by boat. The “James Bond Island” gained its name after it cemented its spot on the international map after its appearance in ‘The Man with the Golden Gun,’ and is one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Jutting out of a huge rock rising up from the sea, KohPanyee is a village built on water, with houses and structures supported by stilts. The locals, mostly fishermen [...]


Home to about two million people, Medan is a diverse melting pot of various cultures, with many locals Northern Indians, Southern Indians, Chinese, and Javanese are some of the larger ethnic groups that make up Medan’s populace; many more ethnic minorities are also represented. This diversity has resulted in a culture that has a little bit of something, and is truly unique. This uniqueness is probably most evident in Medan’s cuisine; a culinary experience that every traveler should definitely embark on. Other Indonesians from other parts of the country flock to Medan to sample the area’s dishes, which are infused with Chinese, Indian, and Javanese elements. Travelers would do well to try to sample as much of Medan’s food as they can. The Tip Top Restaurant is a Dutch influenced, colonial-style restaurant that offers an amazing beef tongue steak, as well as its famous cake. The Mie TionSimSelatPanjang is a [...]

Kuala Lumpur

The federal capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is one of the most heavily populated cities in the country. It is home to many culturally significant centers, and is the first stop for anyone who wishes to sample the best that Malaysia has to offer. Of course, one of the obvious destinations in Kuala Lumpur would be the famous Petronas Twin Towers, which held the record for the tallest buildings in the world for six years, before being surpassed by the Taipei 101 in 2004. The twin skyscrapers rise up more than a kilometer high, and constitute one of the greatest architectural feats in human history. You can admire the splendid view of the city while you walk from one tower to another, over 170 meters above the ground. The KL Bird Park in the Lake Gardens has been called the largest walk-in, free-flight aviary in the world. Not your average [...]


Goa’s wonderful tropical climate makes it the ideal place to grow the spices that India is so popular for. Most, if not all of the many spice plantations around Goa are open to tourists and visitors, and many offer guided tours, complete with an authentic Indian culinary experience at the end. The Savoi Plantation is one of the more well-known spice farms, which lies at the end of an exciting jungle trek coming from Ponda. You can also visit the Sahakari Spice Farm, the Tropical Spice Plantation, the Abyss, or the Pascol Spice farm. Many spice farms even offer accommodations, if you want to stay the night, and exotic experiences like elephant rides. A trip to Goa without visiting the beach is like a visit to Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. Goa’s over a hundred kilometers of coastline hosts many great beaches. The Anjuna Beach is amazing at night, [...]


One of the most heavily populated cities in the world, Beijing is home to over 20 million people. The city is home to amazing architecture and a rich, contagious culture. Anyone who wants the best that The Middle Kingdom has to offer should definitely make Beijing their first stop. Shoppers will also go crazy at Nanluoguxiang, a strip of stores and shops that stretches for miles. You can find pretty much anything you’re looking for here, be it a cool T-shirt, a pouch for your iPhone, or a wallet made out of frog skin. After a day of bargain hunting, hungry shoppers can grab a bite at the Dali Courtyard Restaurant, a relaxing joint that offers excellent samples of the Vietnamese and Burmese influenced Yunnan province cuisine. Diners won’t find a single menu at this restaurant; the chef prepares set-price courses depending on whatever the chef found the best of [...]


West Java’s capital city, the Dutch nicknamed Bandung the ‘Paris of Java’ during the colonial period due to similarities its similarities to Paris and other European Cities. Bandung has also been referred to as the Flower City. The elevated position of Bandung gives it a cool climate, making it a top destination for Jakartans during the weekends.Golfers can tee off at the Mountain View Golf Resort, where they can enjoy a thoroughly challenging course while breathing in the cold mountain air; or visit the Ciater Hot Spring, a great destination where the whole family can relax. Bandung is home to many structures that date to the Dutch occupation; the colonial design of many of these buildings gives Bandung its distinct air and personality, one that is uniquely Javanese with a classic European flourish. Those with an appreciation for great architecture will be delighted to find many interesting examples of Dutch [...]


Bali is a mystical place, home to myth and magic. Travelers can explore the rich culture, ancient architecture and beautiful scenery that make up the island of Bali. Bali is known around the world for its beautiful temples; Tanah Lot is a great place to start. One of the most significant temples in Bali perched on a huge rock rising up from the sea, it is truly a sight to behold. TirtaEmpul, the Temple of the Holy Spring, is another temple that is regarded as both one of Bali’s most beautiful and sacred temples. It is home to a spring believed to have healing qualities, which attracts many people all year round. Visitors to Bali should not miss out on the Bat Cave Temple (no, not Bruce Wayne’s Bat Cave), or Pura Goa Lawah, as the locals call it. Built into the inside of a temple is a cave where [...]