As the capital of a little country sandwiched between Japan and China, Seoul can really hold its own
Taking a bath with strangers and sleeping on the floor. All you need to know about staying in a Tokyo ryokan
by Travelling Chick
Beyond the thronging streets of Bangkok lies an island where cars are forbidden and the skyline is no higher than a palm tree. Ko Kred is the perfect remedy when the bustling city becomes too much
Eagle spotting, Cable-car riding and beach lounging on a backpacker's budget in Malaysia's Langkawi
by Matthew Brooks
Are you fed up of being a tourist and simply passing through destinations? Then journey to Beijing this winter and take up the challenge of teaching English as a foreign language
The recent end to the long civil war means that this spectacular island is becoming more and more popular with holiday makers and travellers. Beautiful scenery and jaw dropping wildlife await!
Steeped in history yet firmly rooted in the 21st century, Singapore is a multi-faceted city where East meets West and old contrasts with new
Avoid the stressful haggling of Yashow and the tourist crowds of the Silk Market in Beijing. Instead, follow my advice on where to shop, eat, stay and find a real bargain in the Chinese capital
Having visited Singapore on business in the past, I wanted to revisit to see if anything had changed. I was pleased to discover that standards were still high with plenty of bargains to be found.
by Jon Bigg
Tucked away on a coral island near Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, and surrounded by the azure waters of the South China Sea, Gayana combines tropical island simplicity with 21st-century luxuries.