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Asia Vacations

Asia Vacations

Travel to Exotic Asian Hot Spots

Indulge in an exotic getaway to Asia. Walk along the Great Wall of China, explore the Forbidden City, and relax on the beaches of Phuket – or find tours that combine all three adventures. Shanghai, Bangkok, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Phuket also attract visitors from all over the world for their history, culture, and natural beauty. Exotic temples and royal palaces connect you with the Asian countries' great dynasties of the past.

The cities of China are bustling with economic growth and technological innovation. In the city of Chengdu, 1200 miles west of Shanghai, the city government is advancing green, low-carbon and non-polluting industries. It's known as a musical mecca with studios, performance venues and a desire to be the Chinese Nashville. It is also famous for its food, with good reason.

A visit to Shanghai isn't complete without seeing Shanghai Circus World and Shanghai Disneyland. One way to immerse yourself in Chinese culture is to take a Food-Tasting Tour in Shanghai, which allows you to taste the street food and experience the morning rituals of the locals.

Thailand is a favorite beach destination with long stretches of picturesque palm-tree lined oceanfront vistas; the interior of the country is a mosaic of tribal and imperial cultures stretching back for centuries. Here you'll find the UNESCO site of the capital of Siam at Sukhothai and the famous Bridge at the River Kwai.

Thailand is an interesting destination for foodies with its strong cultural flavors. For animal lovers, national parks that protect elephants and other endangered animals pop up around the country. Research before you go to make sure it's a real sanctuary!

If your travel plans include Japan, the "Land of the Rising Sun," you'll notice that politeness is important in Japanese culture. Private walking tours are popular in the cities of Kyoto, Hiroshima, and Kamakura. You'll see unique shops and taste local cuisines.

From Tokyo, you'll be able to see Mount Fuji, the perfectly shaped volcano. To get a good look at this landmark, you can take a van, bus, or bullet-train tour from Tokyo; or you can climb the mountain in July or August. For adventurous souls, try the Kachikachiyama rope way - a motorized sky ride that climbs the mountain. It can be crowded, but the view from the top is truly unforgettable.

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