Bombay (Mumbai), India
The mysterious Mumbai is an outburst of colors, flavors and spices and hosts Bolywood, the famous movie center of India. The first thing that will catch your eyes is the gateway to India, a stone arch, 26 feet hight, built in honor of the Royal Visit in 1911. Experience the multi cultures of the city's past visiting one of the many mosques, temples and colonial buildings and don't forget to taste the Indian cuisine.
Colombo is the largest city and economic capital of Sri Lanka. Due to its large natural harbor and its strategic position on the trade routes, connecting East and West, Colombo was known to the traders of ancient times, about 2000 years ago.
Cochin is a commercial city that stretches over six islands and many narrow peninsulas. You can visit the church of St. Francis, the museum housed in the Ntarmpar mansion, the Dutch palace of the former Maharaja of Malabar with the most beautiful murals in India and the Jewish district with the synagogue in the center of the Market with spices.
Goa (Murmugao), India
Goa is one of the 28 Federal States of India and is known for its beaches and places of worship.It's considered to be monument of world architecture heritage. Rich in flora and fauna due to its location, has also been ranked as one of the most important centers of biodiversity.
The largest and most famous island of Thailand, Phuket, is full of white, sandy, beaches and glittering seas. A region rich in history and culture, you can explore it from the back of an elephant on a tour of the jungle. Alternatively join a cooking class of the local Thai cuisine.
Hambantota, Sri Lanka
Off the beaten path on the southern edge of Sri Lanka, Hambantota reveals verdant beauty, ample culture and incredible biodiversity. It’s a gateway to several stunning national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Yala National Park is a top choice for its sheer variety of wildlife – you might spot elephants, leopards, sloth bears and more. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Galle is also accessible from Hambantota – the 18th-century walled Old Town features charming Dutch architecture and possesses a beguiling, exotic ambiance that enchants travelers. Mirijjawila Botanical Garden, located in the dry zone, features a dazzling spectrum of rare and endemic plant species.
The capital of Malaysia has a unique charm that attracts visitors from all around the world. Wander the streets of the city and enjoy all the amazing sights and landscapes. Otherwise visit one of the many outdoor markets and experience the diversity of Asian culture
Langkawi is offered for all tastes. Apart from a relaxing holiday, you can have a great number of activities such as swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving as well as feeding baby sharks!
Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast.Here, tourists have the chance to admire the crystal clear waters, the sandy beaches and the amazing natural beauty.This place is surrounded by coconut trees that create a tropical scenery.Diving and snorkelling experience are necessary here. The rainforest and the amazing warefalls make the place a must to visit.Visitors can explore the wildlife while trekking in the forest, such as monkeys, and view the fascinating greenery. Finally, do not forget to experience the exciting nighlife and visit the duty free area.
The skyscrapers and bright lights of Singapore hide an eclectic mix of cultures, religions, ancient treasures and British colonial influences that give to the city a distinct identity. A much different environment you are going to meet at the city's outskirts, with the lush rainforests of the nature reserves Boukit Timach and Central Katsment.
Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
Trincomalee is a big port city in Eastern Province, Sri Lanka. Hindu temples adorn the city; the Koneswaram Temple is of striking architecture as well as the Salli Muthumariamman Kovil. The city's port has huge history and it is also one of the largest natural harbours in the world. The sandy beaches with the crystal-clear waters will impress tourists.