Undoubtedly the earth's largest continent, it's no surprise that when choosing things to do in Asia you will have some tough decisions to make. Let's start with China, where you can go from walking along the Great Wall to discovering the street food in Shanghai. Next stop could be India, known for its culture and religion, or in the coastal serenity of the Maldives. Wherever you choose to visit, it's best to jump on one or more of the available tours to ensure the highlights come to you.
Don't miss these Asia attractions
- Hangzhou day trips from Shanghai
- Multi-night Golden Triangle tours
- Dinner in the KL Tower's revolving restaurant
- Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal
- River cruises in Vietnam
South-East Asia travels
When exploring South-East Asia you're likely to come upon such countries as Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam and Singapore. With century-old cultural influences and modern establishments, these countries and many more like them can be properly experienced through a range of tours.
Discover the river sights and native wildlife in Vietnam on multi-day and overnight cruises, or see astounding elephant and monkey shows in Thailand. In many of these countries religious sites are at the forefront of tourism, such as the ancient temples in Myanmar and the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Indonesia.
China and India
China and India make up a decent chunk of Asia and are two of the most popular countries on the continent. When it comes to China, you can expect to be baffled by the man-made structures such as the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Old Town of Shanghai. And the best way to see each one and learn about its history is by joining a knowledgeable guide on an in-depth tour.
India is home to its own architectural feats such as the Taj Mahal, and you can also enjoy some outdoor fun with eco tours, deep-sea fishing and sunset cruises. Feel free to discover each city on foot or with a cycling tour, and if you want more culture, you might want to see one of the nightly performances in Delhi.