Visit the city, relax on the white, long beaches or go trekking in the rain forest. You'll enjoy every moment spent here.
You can work on your tan on the soft, sandy beaches or jump into your scuba gear and explore the amazing underwater life.
Just off the east coast of Malaysian Borneo lies this pristine island, a paradise for divers and nature lovers.
At a first glance it will seem a typical Malaysian city, but this is the perfect place to experience the Malay culture.
This small town in the Philippines is mainly visited for its stunning rice terraces, which are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Rajasthan is known for attractions like the vast Desert of Thar and one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world - Aravalis.
This narrow strip of coast is known as the tropical paradise of waving palms and wide sandy beaches.
Java is Indonesia's fifth-largest island and with 130 million people it's also the most populated island in the world.
Formerly known as Madras, it is the capital of Tamil Nadu and the fifth most populous city in India.