Welcome to Asia
Asia is the largest and the most populous continent in the world and during your holiday, you're guaranteed to come across beautiful scenery, picturesque landscapes, a welcoming people, scrumptious local delicacies and a mixture of Eastern and Western influence.
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During your Kuala Lumpur holiday, you will find the iconic symbol of Kuala Lumpur – the Petronas Towers. From 1998 to 2004, they were known as the tallest buildings in the world before being surpassed by Taipei 101. Today, they still remain the world’s tallest twin building.
Beaches here in Penang are some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. If its sandy beaches with spectacular views you are after – Penang is for you. Two famous Penang beaches that you should definitely visit are Batu Ferringhi and Tanjong Bungah.
Tokyo Bay is a bay in the southern Kantō part of Japan. The Perry Exhibition, which saw Commodore Matthew Perry make two successful trips from 1853 to 1854 between the USA and Japan. After sailing his ships into Edo Bay, Perry started intense negotiations with the Japanese, which finally led to a trade treaty being drawn up and a peace deal reached between the United States of America and Japan in 1854. All this took place in Tokyo Bay. Tokyo Bay is connected to the Pacific Channel by the Uraga Channel.
Hanoi Old Quarter
Visitors to the Vietnamese capital will revel at visiting this city’s amazing Old Quarter. You will discover a maze of streets, which date to the 13th Century. The Old Hanoi Quarter is a bustling metropolis with a buzz of activity occurring on a daily basis. It is a great place to visit during your Hanoi vacation.
The Great Wall of China
The Great Wall of China is the most iconic and famous symbol of China. It is a very popular attraction with tourists who visit China and with the Chinese also. They are a series of fortifications that were built along an east to west line in order to protect the Chinese Empire from outside forces. The Great Wall of China stretches from Shanhaiguan in the east to Lop Lake in the west.
Singapore Botanic Garden
This botanical garden is a 74-hectare garden in Singapore. The Singapore Botanic Garden is the only one in the entire world that is open from 5am until midnight every day. It doesn’t charge admission. It is a very popular attraction in Singapore. It has recently applied to be listed as a World Heritage Site.
CITIC Plaza Skyscraper
The CITIC Plaza is an 80-storey, 296.9 metre skyscraper, which is located in Guangzhou’s Tianhe District.
Since its completion in 1997, the CITIC Plaza skyscraper is the tallest concrete building in the entire world. This striking skyscraper is an iconic symbol of the growing wealth and importance that is associated with Guangzhou.
Beijing’s Summer Palace, which is affectionately known as Yi He Yuan, which translates to ‘’Garden of Restful Peace'' in Chinese is one of Beijing’s most popular attractions with international and local tourists.
The Summer Palace is where the Chinese Imperial family sojourned for the entire summer. During your trip to the Summer Palace, you will discover stunning architecture and a great selection of historical and cultural relics.