Experience the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and quiet temples of worship in one dynamic city. Beijing is also becoming thoroughly modern – with contemporary buildings sprinkled among ancient ruins and pristine gardens.
Like fireworks against Victoria Bay's night sky, Hong Kong is a sensory explosion of dazzling contrasts. This is an international powerhouse of a city: smog-filled, crowded, cacophonous, rich with odours and rampantly consumerist. Street markets, shoppin
Travellers wanting to uncover the mysteries of Angkor find Siem Reap on their way.
Nepal inspires many travellers with the promise of adventures against a backdrop of unexplored mountains, but in the departure lounge leaving the country much of the expansive talk is on the warm kindness and captivating culture of the Nepalese.
Words and pictures alone cannot describe this beautiful little island in the middle of Indonesia.
Enter the world of respected monks, gold buddhas, sacred stuppas, and pine forests, each sitting along, quietly in its place.
Hiroshima is easily reached by train from Osaka or Kyoto. The main reasons for visiting are the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and Peace Memorial Park. If you’re there for more than a day you might get a sense of a city that is about more than just its p
India offers visitors a wide variety of entirely different experiences. These extremes are due to India’s vast size and enormous population which acts as an intersection of wealth and poverty, a mix of religions and languages.