In Brunei, the sun rises over panoramas. Known as ‘The Abode of Peace’, Brunei is located in the heart of Borneo Island. Also known as ‘Venice of the East’, Brunei is home to the world’s largest floating village. This charming little country is rich in culture and will definitely surprise you with an adventure.
With numerous breathtaking cultural attractions and a shopping experience that range from exotic street markets to world-class luxury shopping malls, Bangkok truly lives up to its name as one of the world's best cities.
The capital city of China is renowned for its fascinating wealth of history and culture. With a history that dates back at least 3,000 years, Beijing offers plenty of unique sightseeing opportunities and things to do.
Capital of the Hunan Provice, Changsha can be traced back 3,000 years filled with rich history and is a centre of agriculture and intellect.
Haikou – which translates to “Mouth of the Sea” is situated on the northern coast of Hainan province, by the mouth of the Nandu River and a short ride away to beautiful and serene sandy beaches.
One of China’s most popular holiday destinations and famous for its natural beauty, and historical and cultural heritage. A famous Chinese proverb says “Heaven has paradise; Earth has Hangzhou and Suzhou” which says a lot about Hangzhou’s beauty and serenity.
A beautiful, unique city lined with the combination of grand French colonial architecture and traditional market food stalls, Ho Chi Minh City is a place of endless wonder and fascination.
In Hong Kong, the sun rises over potential. A sprawling megacity that never sleeps, Hong Kong brings you the best of contemporary Asia. Walk up the hillsides of SoHo or down the beautiful Victoria Harbour and be amazed at what Hong Kong has to offer.
A dynamic hub of economy, politics, and culture, Indonesia's capital city offers endless excitement and adventures, from vibrant art scenes, multinational shopping districts, to all forms of entertainment.
A bustling seaside city that is also home to Malaysia's tallest peak, Kota Kinabalu is a haven for thrill-seekers looking to find adventure in breathtaking sceneries.
From modern art galleries and oceanariums, tranquil bird and deer parks, to revered cultural heritage sites that bear witness of glorious centuries past, Kuala Lumpur has everything to offer.
The capital of Sarawak, Kuching is the centre of culture, cuisine, heritage and an excellent start to explore Borneo’s rich and colourful nature.
One of Asia's emerging creative cities, this Pearl of the Orient is also home to over 45 cultural heritage sites, including one UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Known as the Green City, the capital of Guangxi region is abundant in lush subtropical foliage. With a warm tropical climate, Nanning is known for its green spaces such as People’s Park which features the White Dragon Lake, a hilltop fort and a botanical garden.
In Seoul, the sun rises with heart. Seoul is also fast re-establishing itself as a new megapolis, redesigning old spaces and re-thinking city living, setting examples for other megacities to learn from.
In Shanghai the sun rises in style. Situated on the estuary of the Yangtze River, this megacity is China's most prominent hub for trade, culture, science, and technology. Dynamic and fast-paced, Shanghai is nonetheless home to several of the world's most exotic heritage sites.
A bustling, dynamic city-state, Singapore is an advanced island country that showcases the best of what Southeast Asia has to offer, from cultural heritage, fine dining, and contemporary art.
With buildings from the colonial times and monuments of national war heroes, and close to many beautiful mountains to climb, Surabaya is an unconventional destination that you don't want to miss.
A modern and vibrant city, Taipei has a lot to offer from its beautiful nature, night markets, shopping districts, traditional temples and famous sites such as Taipei 101, the Taipei Fine Arts Museum and Songshan Cultural and Creative Park.
Tokyo is both sophisticated and modern with its staggering skyscrapers. Yet there remains traces of old Edo that is both mystical and beautiful. Just walk around to find streets crammed with wooden houses and traditional rickshaws running over cobblestones. This is what makes Tokyo such a thrilling city.