Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is a fun city – and it has a long history you can explore in the historic buildings around town, like the red-brick St Anne Bernardine church. It’s worth a walking tour of Vilnius to see this and other beautiful buildings!
Phuket is the most popular beach destination in Thailand with more than 6 million visitors per year and some buzzing beach towns – but despite the crowds, you can still find peaceful beaches around the island, from quiet luxury resorts to remote little beaches, you’ll have plenty of choices to find your favorite beach!
Many times when I visited a city, I wonder how it was 10 years ago and wish I’d come sooner. But Yangon‘s time is now – I loved it seven years ago and it is a city that still feels unique now, so you should go sooner than later!
The Shwedagon Pagoda and Kandawgyi Lake are the most impressive sights and it’s great to see them at night from the rooftop of the Esperado Hotel!
Angkor Wat is one of the most fascinating historic destinations – so much so that I have returned a few times to visit Siem Reap in Cambodia, just to keep approaching the majestic temple of Angkor Wat via the long causeway and past the reflecting pools with the amazing temple’s mirror image!
Hong Kong was one of the first cities in Asia I visited and the skyline of modern high rise was breathtaking – and I still feel the same way every time I return! Whether you see the city from Victoria Peak at night, Hong Kong Island from Kowloon by day or look up when wandering around the city – impressive views are never far away!