Asia

Grand Palace, ThailandCenturies of history and culture mixed with awe inspiring natural wonders have created a holiday destination unequalled for a life changing travel experience. Travel Online provides you with the easiest way to choose and book Asia accommodation for your trip. In this site you will find everything from luxury hotels and resorts in Japan and Singapore to cheap budget hotels in Malaysia and India.

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Elephant Riding At SunsetTraditional Japanese Building In The SnowTaj Mahal, IndiaDowntown SingaporeBali is the biggest tourist destination in Indonesia, especially for Australians. A great holiday destination for families but also perfect for surfing and night time partying. A large number of resorts are located on the beach and a world class water park can be found just behind Kuta Beach.

China ranges from plateaus and mountains in the west to lower lands in the east. The main rivers flow from west to east, including the Yangtze and the Huang He (or Yellow river). Steeped in tradition, China is one of the oldest civilisations and has many ancient buildings and artifacts for tourists to admire. Be sure not to miss The Great Wall, the Qin Terra-cotta Army in Shaanxi and the Forbidden City in Beijing.

Hong Kong consists of more than 260 islands and is administered by China. Most of the territory's urban development exists on the Kowloon peninsula, along the northern shores of Hong Kong island. Things to see include Victoria Peak (Tai Ping Shan - featuring the Peak Tower and the Peak Tram), Stanley Market, Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery and Ocean Park.

Japan, meaning 'sun-origin' and sometimes known as 'Land of the Rising Sun' is made up of over 3000 islands with many being mountainous and volcanic. The capital - Tokyo - is the largest metropolitan area in the world with over 30 million residents. Be sure not to miss Tsukiji Fish Market (great for sushi), Osaka Castle and Osaka Aquarium, Hep 5 (an unusual shopping mall) and The Umeda Sky Building.

Malaysia is actually 2 regions separated by the South China Sea. Peninsular Malaysia borders Thailand in the north and Singapore in the south. Malaysian Borneo occupies the northern part of the island of Borneo, bordering Indonesia. No visit to Malaysia would be complete without seeing the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Baba-Nonya Heritage Museum and Kuala Lumpur Bird Park - The world's largest aviary.

Singapore is an island city-state located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. Singapore is the world's fourth largest foreign exchange trading centre after London, New York City and Tokyo and is rated as the most business-friendly economy in the world. Sights to see include; The Singapore Zoo, Asian Civilisations Museum, Mount Faber Cable Car and The Thian Hock Keng Temple.

Thailand has Laos and Cambodia to its east, the Gulf of Thailand and Malaysia to its south, and the Andaman Sea and Myanmar to its west. Its capital and largest city is Bangkok, which is also one of the largest cities in the world. Things to see include The Grand Palace, Temple of the Dawn (Wat Arun), Phang Nga Bay, Patong Beach, Chatuchak Market, Vimanmek Mansion and The National Museum Bangkok.

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