With idyllic beaches, friendly locals and ocean sunsets, there are countless reasons why millions of Aussies flock to the island paradise of Bali every year.
Bangalore, now called Bengaluru, is the capital city of Karnataka in south India, and offers a great mix of history, architecture, culture, spirituality, and nature.
Thailand's capital city of Bangkok draws in travellers looking for excellent street food, rich Buddhist history, and an electric, buzzing atmosphere.
Just across the border from Hong Kong, Guangzhou is where high-rises and history, tradition and modernity, and trade and transport meet.
Hangzhou is one of China's most popular holiday spots, renown for its dreamy West Lake panoramas and fabulously green hills.
Markets, scooters, street food, and more scooters… Hanoi is a city of tradition and progress where you'll discover Vietnam's rich culture.
Ho Chi Minh City is a dramatic meeting of old and new Vietnamese cultures — with skyscrapers contrasting the wealth of ancient temples and traditional markets.
Kuala Lumpur is a feast for all the senses. You'll find historic monuments, lush parks, mega-sized shopping malls, bustling street markets and lively nightspots.
Known as the 'Vegas of China', Macau is an epicentre of gambling and glitz. A former Portuguese colony makes Macau an amazing city of blended cultures.
Male is the gateway to the stunning islands of the Maldives, where the sunny side of life is blessed with magical and breathtaking displays of sunshine all year round.
If you like big cities, you’ll love Manila. It's a high-speed, frenetic place, where you can eat, drink and shop 24 hours a day.
As one of China’s great ancient capital cities, Nanjing is known for this history and rich culture dating all the way back to the Ming Dynasty.
As Japan's third largest city, Osaka is renowned for its famously easy-going citizens with a taste for the good things in life.
Boasting picture-perfect white-sand beaches, Phuket is the ideal holiday destination for when you want both relaxation and excitement.
Qingdao is possibly the most beautiful coastal city of China, famous for comfortable weather, a large number of beaches and delicious seafood.
From Seoul's impressive museums to Jeju Island's honeymoon-worthy beaches, Korea is much more than the land of DIY barbecue, cult favourite beauty products and K-pop.
Shanghai is a fascinating blend of old and new, and while it’s known for its futuristic skyscrapers, it’s also home to an array of European architecture, temples and gardens that have stood the test of time and development.
Shenyang features a true mix of the past and present, ranging from grand palaces, magnificent temples and historic tombs, to striking skyscrapers and modern theme parks.
Singapore is a haven for the world's most serious shoppers and eaters alike, and is the perfect all-rounder for those looking for an exciting city break.
Taipei is an urban metropolis — but there are many unexpected sides to Taiwan’s capital, from the city to the jungle to the sea.
China’s third-largest urban area Tianjin is home to European-influenced neighbourhoods, fascinating historical and artistic attractions, and a thriving food scene.
Bright lights, big city; Tokyo's a timeless destination exploding in art, culture, architecture and technology. So you'll never be lost for things to see and do.