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About 4.8 million Americans travel there each year to Asia to explore its history, culture, vast landscape, art, and so much more. If you're planning a trip, whether you want to relax on a beach, party the night away Asiatic countries provide the best options to chose from. And to help you out, we culled some of the most popular and well-reviewed destinations you could travel in Asia.

Bali
Whether you’re soul searching or just looking for a place to unwind and ditch reality, Bali is a spiritual oasis worthy of a visit a handful of times in your life (and believe me – once you’ve been the first time, it is difficult not to return!)
Bangkok
The capital of Thailand is one of Asia’s most vibrant cities thanks to its bustling street markets, ancient shrines and affordability that makes it a hot spot for travellers beginning their Thailand adventures. Bangkok also has a thriving rooftop bar scene and so many great restaurants and street food that you’ll struggle to choose!

Maldives
Despite being known for its crystal clear waters and Honeymoon clientele, there are so many activities on offer in the Maldives to make this one of the most memorable destinations for couple. From jet skiing to a temporary sand island to snorkelling amongst some of the most active marine wildlife, there are endless water activities on offer to make this one of the most enviable locations in Asia.

Dubai
Dubai has become on of Asia’s most popular stopover cities for travellers heading across the globe from one side to the other, thanks to its unique location in the centre of travel paths. The city itself is a thriving metropolis but a short drive out of the city you will find tranquility in the sand dunes.

Pangkor Laut, Malaysia
If you’re looking for an Asian honeymoon destination that is a little more budget friendly (over say the Maldives), then look no further than the idyllic Pangkor Laut in Malaysia. Here you can score an overwater bungalow for a fraction of the price you would pay in the Maldives or where the phenomenon began in Bora Bora, Tahiti.

Agra
Another must visit on any traveller’s India itinerary would be to visit the Taj Mahal in Agra – an ivory-white mausoleum commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, to house the tomb of his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

Boracay, Philippines
If white sandy beaches and endless shades of blue are what you have in mind for your romantic getaway then look no further than Boracay in the Philippines. This area is renowned for its resorts and water activities, making it one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in Southeast Asia.

Ha Long Bay, Hanoi
Known for its limestone islands topped by wild rainforests, Ha Long Bay is a must visit in Asia for those seeking the surreal. The area is populated by many junk boats each day touring around the epic scenery, but if you want something a little more adventurous you can also consider a kayak tour, rock climbing or hiking in the area.

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Source - World of Wanderlust
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