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With its exotic ports of call to destinations such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Bali, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing and Shanghai to name only a few, Asia boasts ideal destinations to explore for the business and vacation traveler alike. Dubai has become one of the most sought after vacation destinations in the world.
Bangkok, or "the city of angels" is the political, cultural culinary and spiritual capitol of Thailand. A city that is more than 200 years old and a population of more than 10 million people, can be intimating to say the least but visitors who spend some time in Bangkok, become enamored by the many attractions Bangkok contains.
Beijing has a history of more than 3,000 years and has been the capitol of China for the past 850 years. Beijing is regarded as the political, educational, and cultural center of China. There is scarcely a major building that doesn't have at least some national historical significance and offers a wonderful array of attractions.
Dubai is a constantly changing, sprawling desert oasis, blending traditions and excitement into a cosmopolitan city. There is so much to do in this city! You can visit new landmarks, such as the world's tallest building; the Burj Khalifa, and the inspiring Dubai Fountains; experience the culturally significant Bastakiya Quarter; ride in a wooden boat taxi and take in the sights and smells of the Souks and take a break from the desert heat at Ski Dubai.
On the western coast of India is a beach lovers paradise located in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Also known as the "Pearl of the Orient", this place does not disappoint! The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendors of its temples, churches, old houses and some of the prettiest natural scenery that India has to offer have made Goa a firm favorite with travelers around the world.
Ho Chi Minh City is a city on the move! Saigon, as it’s known to all but city officials, is a high-octane city of commerce and culture that is helping to drive the country forward. The city is filled with motorbikes that throng the streets and are constantly on the move going who knows where. You can wonder through timeless alleys to ancient pagodas or teeming markets, past ramshackle wooden shops selling silk, spices and baskets, before fast-forwarding into the future beneath sleek skyscrapers or at designer malls, gourmet restaurants and bars.
Hong Kong has one of the most beautiful skylines in the world. A tram ride up to the top of Victoria Peak will provide unparalleled views of the cityscape, especially at night. What a great way to see the more than 7,600 skyscrapers, high-rises and buildings that showcase the best in international contemporary architecture. There is no shortage of things to do in Hong Kong, but If you only do one thing, go to the Peak, the most popular attraction in Hong Kong. The scenery is phenomenal whether you go by day or by night.
Today, KL, as it is popularly known, is a bustling metropolis. It is the federal capital of Malaysia and is the principal center of commerce, politics, entertainment and international activities. Merdeka Square marks the place of Malaysia’s independence from colonial rule. The world's tallest freestanding twin towers are situated in the Kuala Lumpur City Center. Both of the 88-story towers soar more than 1,482 feet above the city skyline and are connected by a sky-bridge on the 41st floor. KLCC Park features a lake, fountain pool, wading pool, sculptures, murals, a jogging path and a children's playground.
Manila is home to more than 10 million people and home to the Philippine government. At first glance, it is intimidating, noisy, unkempt and with appalling traffic. There are few open spaces and only a handful of remarkable buildings. It is often difficult to find your way around the city by the absence of significant modern or historical landmarks and woefully inadequate or misleading directional signage.