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Over the years, Asia has always been a destination chosen by many visitors all over the world. Not only famous for its stunning sceneries, Asia’s specific and tasty cuisine, unique culture and long-standing history have also attracted visitors to visit every year. We at Hiasia are here to share plenty of interesting travel experiences and provide best recommendations for you - Asian lovers.

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Top things to do in Sendai, Japan
If you are traveling through the northeast region of Japan known as Tohoku, you are likely stopping by or planning a trip to its largest city, Sendai.
Top Japan destinations to visit during winter
Winter may not be the most popular time to visit Japan, but it’s well worth considering. The country is full of diverse winter landscapes and novel events; here are some of the best places to visit in Japan during winter.
Most beautiful temples to visit in Da Nang
The beautiful coastal city of Da Nang is a popular tourist spot. However, it is not just a pretty coastal city, and there is more to do than diving or cafe hopping. How about exploring these temples?

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Must-see tourist attractions in Taipei
As the capital of Taiwan, Taipei is a huge tourist hub that is loved not only in Asia but also all around the world. This city is both traditionally and contemporarily captivating, which is why it attracts so many visitors.

Discover Buon Ma Thuot, the hidden gem in Central Highlands
Located in Dak Lak Province of the Central Highlands, Buon Ma Thuot is expected to have spectacular views and ethnic people. Coming to Buon Ma Thuot, tourists will not regret their times spent in this highland city.

Cultural destinations in Kathmandu, Nepal
As the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is one of the places people love stopping by the most in Nepal. The city is full of Buddhism spotlights and cultural destinations, which is perfect for people seeking for a pilgrimage trip.

What to do in Istanbul for first timers
Apart from the major touristic attractions, there’s a whole lot more to explore in Istanbul for first-time visitors. Check out some of the best activities for your first time in the big Turkish city.
The reasons why you should visit Istanbul
Istanbul is really amazing city with over 2500 years of history, culture, and traditions, amazing landmarks, vibrant nightlife, and breathtaking views. This transcontinental metropolis is a fast-paced cultural melting pot you cannot afford to miss. Here are the reasons why you should plan a trip to Istanbul right now.
The best beaches to visit in Oman
Oman is one of the Middle East’s best-kept secrets and is still largely off the beaten track for tourists, which makes it all the more beautiful. The country has miles upon miles of golden, sandy beaches, turquoise waters and striking mountains. There are over 1,700 kilometers of coastline so if you are heading to Oman, it is definitely worth incorporating some of its stunning beaches into your trip.
Celebrating Christmas in Asian countries
Christmas for Asians is all about spending time with family and friends, and the celebration comes in a variety of ways.
The ideal places for backpackers in Vietnam
Vietnam is an amazing destination to go backpacking, although the country looks small on a map it packs quite a punch! If you are researching an adventure and need tips or are not sure which are the must-visit places, you should check out this list.
A day to visit Cai Rang Floating Market
Known as the biggest floating market in the Mekong Delta, Cai Rang is just 6 km from Can Tho in the direction of Soc Trang. There is a bridge here that serves as a great vantage point for photography. The market is best around 6 am to 7 am, and it's well worth getting there early to beat the boatloads of tourists and the heat. This is a wholesale market, so look at what's tied to the long pole above the boat to figure out what they're selling to smaller traders.
A trip to Nam Du Island in Vietnam
Nam Du is a beautiful archipelago in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s a popular destination for many Vietnamese but still a mystery to foreigners because it was once an off-limits area to non-Vietnamese visitors. But the island is now open to foreign visitors and its once restricted charm is available to those who make the trip.
Southern Vietnam and the most peaceful getaways
People often say that northern Vietnam is more beautiful than the south. While the north does have more mountainous terrain, this statement is simply untrue. Here are some of the most beautiful places in the southern half of the country.
Staying in Ryokan, a unique experience in Japan
Ryokan are Japanese style inns found throughout the country, especially in hot spring resorts. More than just a place to sleep, ryokan are an opportunity to experience the traditional Japanese lifestyle and hospitality, incorporating elements such as tatami floors, futon beds, Japanese style baths and local cuisine, making them popular with both Japanese and foreign tourists alike.
Things that make you fall in love with Kyoto
The ancient capital of Kyoto offers numerous reasons to visit, from historic temples and colorful shrines to the mysterious culture of maiko and geisha and artistic luxury of multi-course kaiseki ryori meals. Here are a few of favorite reasons to visit the cultural and historic heart of Japan.
Things you should never do in Myanmar
Most of the norms in Myanmar are heavily influenced by the richness of its ancient history steeped in Buddhism. The following list is a guide to understanding the layers of tradition in the culture as well as its quirkiness. It’s important to remain tolerant and aware of what could be considered insulting to locals, while also discovering the beautiful Myanmar.
Facts about Hanbok that you may not know
Hanbok is Korea's traditional costume. The costume is not only elegant looking but also full of interesting facts. Follow this article to find out more about this piece of Korea's pride.
The best types of tea you should try in Sri Lanka
The central highlands of Sri Lanka have the perfect ecosystem for growing high-quality tea. The first tea plant arrived in Sri Lanka in 1824 from China, as an ornamental plant for a botanical garden. In the years that followed, more tea plants were brought from Assam, Calcutta and Kenya.
Facts you may not know about Durian Fruit
If you’ve never traveled to Southeast Asia, it’s possible that you have never encountered fresh durian fruit. However, once you have tasted the stinky fruit, it is an experience you are not likely to forget.
What Korean dishes you should try on New Year
Seollal is one of the most well-known Korean holidays, celebrating the start of the Lunar New Year. Families start preparing weeks in advance for this special holiday and travel all around the country to visit their relatives, to pay respect to their ancestors and feast!
Top healthy Malaysian dishes you should know
Just because Malaysian cuisine is finger-licking good, doesn’t mean it can’t also be healthy. And hey, we won’t ask you why you’re on a diet —this is a list of healthy dishes for you how to lose the pounds without going dull.
Where to buy decorations for Christmas in Taiwan
In Taiwan, where Christmas is seen by many as just another day of the year, finding your festive items can be a bit of a mission. Here are the best places to hit in search of those elusive gifts and decorations.
November festivals to look forward to in Asia
November typically marks the transition out of monsoon season, bringing drier weather to much of Southeast Asia. Here are a few of the big events that often take place in November.
Experience the Lunar New Year of Asian countries
The Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, is China’s most important holiday, but it is also celebrated in other East Asian countries and in places where natives of those countries and their families reside.
How Halloween is celebrated in Japan
Halloween came to Japan in 2000 when Tokyo Disneyland hosted its first Halloween event, followed quickly by similar celebrations at Sanrio Puroland and Universal Studios Japan in Osaka. Since then, this American holiday has exploded in popularity across the country, but there are a few differences in the way the Japanese celebrate the season.

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