With meticulously planned architecture, a perfectly coordinated public transport system and litter free roads, Singapore, with not a hair out of place, is literally like a movie set.
In Malaysia, tall high-rises contrast with tribal village houses, beaches and islands stand removed from protected forests, and though it has some of the remotest tribes in the world, it is one of Asia's more prosperous nations.
The countryside is lush, the cities are bustling and chaotic, with tuk-tuks jostling for space with animals and people, and World Heritage sites are most certainly worth a visit.
Hong Kong is the world's most vertical city. A unique blend of East and West, it has left its colonial past behind, and despite the overwhelming Western influence it is truly Chinese at heart.
Rising from the ashes of war after war with stubborn optimism, right now, Vietnam is at the centre of tourism.
Khmer Rouge and Pol Pot, three decades of war and bloodshed, poverty and political strife have eaten into Cambodia’s history, but not into the spirit of its people.
Glittering temples, monks in saffron robes, misty mountain peaks, aromatic markets, jasmine-scented sunrises, picturesque landscapes, lazy island life—Laos is all about simple pleasures.
To get under Indonesian skin read, 'Saman' by Ayu Utami, watch 'Arisan' by Joko Anwar and listen to music by Padi.
The Philippines may have over 7000 coral islands, some of the best diving, snorkeling and beach destinations, and may even have the best island parties, but it's the people and their culture that makes this land special.
A terrain as diverse as the cuisine, an ancient, all-pervasive culture, and some of the most modern cities on earth, China is an absolute must-see.
To get under Japanese skin read,'Kitchen' by Banana Yoshimoto, watch anything by Akira Kurosawa and listen to the sounds of girl band Morning Musume.
Thousands of ancient temples, sacred stupas, Buddhist monks, pristine lakes, night markets and political prisoners. Travelling to strife-torn, poverty-stricken Myanmar (Burma) presents a dilemma.
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