Top 5 Most Exotic Asian Destinations to Add to Your Traveling ‘To-Do’ List

Asia is like to a Christmas stocking in that it includes everything you want and something for everyone. Asia has it all, whether it’s mountains and beaches, or activities like shopping, extreme sports, finding uncommon food, or simply interacting with the locals and soaking up the culture put on your ‘to-do’ list.

Borders are more and more open each month despite the fact that Covid changes its face constantly, so here are 5 such places (not necessarily in the order in the text) where you can check off all those things you’ve always wanted to do but haven’t been able to do thus far.

1. Bali, Indonesia


If you enjoy visiting areas where time seems to stand still, then Bali is the place for you. The panoramic views are ideal for tying the knot, making it one of the most popular wedding venues. Despite having so many tourist attractions, Bali doesn’t feel congested. Indulge in some of the beautiful blue infinity pools, or stand beneath rushing waterfalls and gaze at other geological marvels. Who knows, maybe you’ll decide to extend your stay here. The waterfalls of Waterbom Bali and Sekumpul are highly recommended.

In the midst of the tranquility, there’s a wild and exciting activity: dining with lions. Yes, if you have a taste for wild adventure, you can do anything. Art, bamboo structures, antiquities, and indigenous stone sculptures are all well-known in Bali. You’ll be able to spend hours looking for unique items. Yoga practices might help you get rid of your fatigue. From May through July is the finest season to visit Bali.

2. Sri Lanka


Sri Lanka ranks among the top 5 Asian countries for a fantastic vacation. The country is notable for having the world’s highest population of leopards, as well as roughly 5,800 wild elephants. Sri Lanka is deserving of a visit due to its never-ending array of tourist attractions. Don’t skip visiting Yale National Park to see the sloth bears and buffalos.

It may come as a surprise to learn that Sri Lanka has a dedicated ministry for crabs. If you enjoy seafood, don’t miss out on their tasty and hot crab specialties. Sri Lanka is home to several of Asia’s top 50 restaurants. Explorers can go on a hike, explore stunning caves, and stroll along exotic beaches. Sip some of Sri Lanka’s world-famous tea while you’re there. From December to March is the best time to visit Sri Lanka.

3. Malaysia


Malaysia is at the top of the list for anyone flying to Asia for the first time, and it’s not only because of the renowned Petronas Twin Towers. Tourists can see leopards and elephants running free on Pom Pom Island’s private game reserve, as well as orangutans in Sabah’s Kabili-Sepilok Nature Reserve. Sipadan Island, Sabah, is home to one of the world’s most spectacular diving locations. In Taman Negara, Pahang, you may walk through a 130 million-year-old rainforest, or in Mulu National Park, Sarawak, you can walk into the world’s largest cave chamber.

From the KL Tower, enjoy some delights while taking in a 360-degree panorama of Kula Lampur. If you’re into gambling, you’re probably practicing this pastime via mobile devices by playing on online casinos at In Malaysia, there’s an option of visiting some exquisite gambling venues in person. Genting Highlands casinos offer a taste of the nightlife. If you have children, take them to Asia’s first Legoland at Hello Kitty Town or to the Sunway Lagoon amusement parks in Selangor. If that isn’t enough, Kuala Lampur and Jalan Alor tempt you to go on a nature and retail trail where you can shop and eat until your heart’s content. June through August is the best season to visit Malaysia.

4. Hong Kong, China


Hong Kong is a vibrant city where you may witness the blending of numerous cultures. This cosmopolitan city is distinctive and worth visiting because of its British culture and a dash of Chinese customs. Hong Kong is also known as the ‘Shoppers’ Paradise’. Don’t miss out on seeing the magnificent symphony of lights at Victoria Harbor. If you’re traveling with children, Ocean Park is likely to provide some memorable experiences.

Hong Kong’s public transportation is excellent, making travel affordable. Don’t forget to try the street food while you’re there. You’ll be delighted by the nightlife. There’s a lot to see and do in this city. Hong Kong has something for everyone, whether you’re a foodie or a party animal. The months of October through December are ideal for a visit.

5. Philippines


If you enjoy going to the beach, the Philippines is the place for you. It’s one of the world’s largest island groups, with more than 7,000 islands. The Philippines has it all, whether you wish to dive or walk along a white sand beach. For those seeking adventure, this location provides some of the most exciting diving and water exploring opportunities. The warm welcome you’ll receive from the Filipinos and the tropical weather will leave you with lasting memories.

The residents are courteous and accommodating. There are around 600 bird species and over 400 coral species to be found here. Make sure to see Taal, the world’s smallest volcano. The weather is good throughout the year, but November is the ideal month to visit the Philippines.

You don’t need a large budget to travel to these exotic locations (travel arrangements are more expensive than accommodation), so pack your bags and pick the right company to share the beauty of Asia with.