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Bangkok

Thailand
Bangkok is the city that never sleeps...and never stops eating. The bustling Thai capital is all flashing lights, hopping shopping malls, glittering temples, and fantastic food waiting to be tasted. From the lively floating markets selling fragrant dishes and exotic wares, to the gilded Grand Palace, it’s no wonder Bangkok is one of the most sought-after Asian destinations in the world. With adven...
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Pattaya

Thailand
On the eastern coast of the Gulf of Thailand, Pattaya is a popular resort destination for tourists on the hunt for a relaxing beach getaway. Party people and families are both welcome here; there's something for all types of travellers. The Ramayana Waterpark and the Khao Kheow Open Zoo are two great places to bring the kids, and the walking evening tours are great for the nightowls. Beautiful bea...
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Chiang Mai

Thailand
Hidden away in the mountains of northernmost Thailand, Chiang Mai is a refreshing change of pace from city lights, giving you a dose of rustic beauty. Chiang Mai has cooler temperatures than you'll find in the south, and crisp mountain air. Known as "the Rose of the North," Chiang Mai is famous for its beautiful landscapes and wats. Trek up to the golden wat sitting atop the Doi Suthep mountain or...
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Chiang Rai

Thailand
Chiang Rai is a charming city in the north of Thailand, with temples and vintage buildings standing as a testament of Thailand’s rich history and proud culture. There is a haunting beauty to this misty mountain town. You will feel lost in time when visiting the famous Akha or Karen villages, surrounded by lush rolling hills and home to warm-hearted locals preserving ancient traditions. In contras...
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Phuket

Thailand
A pearl in the Andaman sea, tropical Phuket has verdant rain forests, rolling mountains and some of Thailand’s most popular beaches, most of which are found along the clear waters of the western coast. With powder-fine sands, a crystalline ocean, and lively night scene, it's no wonder travellers come from far and wide to vacation here. Phuket is the perfect place to go on an ocean adventure, with...
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Singapore

Singapore
Singapore is the city of sights, lights, and tasty bites. This island city-state, with its rich history as cultural melting pot, has a little bit of everything. Whether you are a shopper, a bar hopper, or just trying to find a fun place to vacation to with your family, this buzzing metropolis has got you covered. Singapore is a hip, modern hub that continues to wow tourists with its flash. Put Uni...
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Krabi

Thailand
Deep in the heart of Southern Thailand, Krabi is every island-goer's dream. The island’s rainforest is home to diverse wildlife, such as the slow loris, hornbill, and all kinds of frogs and lizards. Krabi has some of the most colourful corals and clear waters in Thailand. Its most popular marine attraction is swimming with the majestic tiger shark. Snorkelling, diving, sailing, and bird watching a...
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Siem Reap

Cambodia
Siem Reap offers a window to a rich chapter in Cambodia's past, with ancient relics and ruins luring history buffs from across the globe. Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world, is the jewel of Siem Reap, with temples and pagodas offering a glimpse of what life was like 900 years ago. You'll be astounded by the level of detail in the sculptures that adorn Angkor Wat, Wat Bayon, an...
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Phnom Penh

Cambodia
It’s no wonder the capital of Cambodia is known as "the pearl of Asia." Phnom Penh is a vibrant mix of humming marketplaces, whizzing tuk-tuks and enthusiastic chatter. You will be drawn to the energy of this city through its incredible sights. The Royal Palace, massive Mekong River, and glittering temples all lend a hand in making Phnom Penh a cultural arcadia....
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Sihanoukville

Cambodia
Sihanoukville's alabaster sand and a sun-kissed coastline invite the relaxed lounger to unwind. A laid-back slice of Cambodian life, this seaside retreat feels worlds away from city lights. Enjoy the slower pace and let rest and relaxation take over. Visit Otres Beach, a patchwork of bungalows and fresh seafood restaurants, and the Ou Trojak Jet river, a favourite among canoeists and anglers looki...
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Seoul

Korea (Republic of)
Seoul is South Korea’s glitzy capital, an urban metropolis that is ever-evolving. Shopping centres, festive cafés, and cozy boutiques give Seoul it's distinctly cool personality, with new convivial cultural attractions sprouting up each year. Culture vultures, make time for a tasting tour of traditional South Korean cuisine and to watch incredible shows performed at the Korea House. Get to know th...
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Busan

Korea (Republic of)
Busan has endless possibilities for the world-traveller, from mountain tops to sprawling beaches to bustling markets bursting with freshly caught seafood. This port town is one of the most popular destinations in South Korea thanks to its varied landscape and eclectic collection of activities, and has garnered global attention for it is burgeoning International Film Festival, held in October each ...
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Jeju

Korea (Republic of)
Jeju, the largest island off the coast of the Korean Peninsula, is host to all kinds of interesting landscapes and wildlife. Forests, wetlands, and volcanic mountain ranges create diverse habitats for exotic flora and fauna. Jeju is home to some of the most rare and endangered animals in the world, such as Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins and Boreal Digging Frogs. This island is a haven for outdoo...
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Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City is a beautiful blend of the old and new, with vintage building hearkening back to old Saigon while slick, modern shopping malls seem plucked from the future. French colonial architecture and thrumming Vietnamese boutiques merge in a rhythm distinct to Ho Chi Minh City. Get a history lesson at the Cu Chi Tunnels, a mysterious network of underground tunnels used by soldiers during ...
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Hanoi

Vietnam
The capital of Vietnam is the epitome of Southeast Asian charm. Centuries-old architecture, temples, and rustic farming villages keep Hanoi suspended in a state of ancient beauty. Exploring this city is a walk back in time, and venturing to neighboring Halong Bay, with its stunning, green karsts rising up from blue water, makes you feel lost in a Jurassic world. Whether you are walking, biking, or...
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Hoi An

Vietnam
Hoi An, a historic port town dating back to the 15th century, is an alluring tapestries of lantern-strewn alleys and winding canals. The diverse and well-preserved architecture, courtesy of Japanese, Chinese an Portuguese influences, has won it a spot on the World Heritage List. Hoi An is also a great jumping-off point to nearby sights, such as the Imperial City of Hue, a century-old citadel, whil...
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Danang

Vietnam
A destination rapidly on the rise, the City of Bridges delights with its laid-back atmosphere, lush nature, and up-and-coming food and nightlife scene. Stunningly located along the coast of central Vietnam, nestled between Hoi An to the south and the former imperial capital, Hue, to the north, Danang is the perfect base from which to explore the gorgeous central region. Boasting dreamy beaches and...