Thailand has around 3000 captive elephants, with over 200 centres scattered throughout the country, and it’s important to support only those who have a high standard of care.
The Aomori Prefecture in northern Japan may be famous for its ski resorts, but is also a spectacular destination for food tourism. We take a closer bite.
Shikikan Saitoh is a traditional Japanese guesthouse nestled in a secluded forest in Japan’s Tohoku region and offers the full onsen experience.
As China tries to contain the spread of Coronavirus the Foreign Office has warned against all but essential travel to Wuhan.
Keith Lyons goes in search of the perfect stretch of sand on the Mergui Archipelago, and finds more on land and below water.
Myanmar (Burma) is one of the most beautiful and untouched countries in Asia full of old empire opulence, grand pagodas, natural wonders and a predominantly Buddhist population.
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture, visiting the country’s largest collection of hot springs, or onsen, and sleeping in ryokan, traditional hotels, on the island of Kyushu
Hunan is famous as the birthplace of Mao Zedong but it’s also a place of natural wonders, its unique landscape inspiring James Cameron’s movie Avatar.
Thailand is famous for tropical beaches, astounding temples, amazing food, rich culture, beach parties and is also a hub for snorkelling and scuba diving.
With one of the most comprehensive railway networks in the world, it’s easy to let the train take the strain when you’re travelling around China from Beijing to Shanghai.