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Taipei

Teeming with Taoist temples, tranquil teahouses and terrific Taiwanese rèchǎo restaurants, Taipei’s intriguing mix of cultural influences has made it one of Asia’s most fascinating metropolises. The Taipei 101 tower – once the world’s tallest building – rises majestically above the bustling business district and the elegant Japanese colonial buildings, while the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall is rich with Chinese symbolism. Visitors can catch up on Taipei’s past with a visit to the National Palace Museum, which features artifacts dating back 5000 years.

Bangkok

A one-of-a-kind metropolis where historic temples nestle in the shadows of sky-high luxury hotels, and traditional tuk-tuks wind through neon-soaked night markets, Bangkok offers an intoxicating blend of modern and ancient, and promises an unforgettable escape for every visitor. To get a taste of old Bangkok, tour the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the awe-inspiring Grand Palace. The Siam Paragon Mall, meanwhile, is a perfect spot to shop for a Lamborghini or dig into some tom kha kai soup.

Osaka

With its ultra-modern skyscrapers, bustling business district and refined nightlife, Osaka is a city that plays hard and works harder. That’s not to say it doesn’t have a quieter side – a reflective stroll amongst the plum trees and cherry blossom outside of Osaka Castle is one of the city’s great pleasures – and visitors will never be short of things to do. Osaka’s street food is renowned, especially the okonomiyaki (a savory pancake), while shoppers flock to the trendy boutiques in Amerikamura.

Tokyo

One of the world’s most vibrant cultural capitals, Tokyo is bursting with historical attractions and hip hotspots. Visitors can step back in time at Ueno Park, which offers a range of must-visit museums and tranquil temples, while the cutting-edge Roppongi Art Triangle showcases a more contemporary side of the country’s capital. Stop by to see the stunning Mori Art Museum, housed in a skyscraper high above the city, then drop in for traditional tea at the Suntory Museum of Art.

London

London is one of the world’s most enduring cities, where historical attractions like Big Ben sit comfortably alongside trendy eateries and hip boutiques, but the city also promises a great getaway for nature lovers. St. James’ Park is an urban oasis where visitors can catch up with pelicans, stroll the Blue Bridge, and while away an afternoon in the Buckingham Palace Flower Beds. Russell Square, meanwhile, is a great place to picnic before a visit to the neighboring British Museum.

New York

From the historic bars of the East Village to Broadway’s thrilling theaters and the glitzy boutiques of Fifth Avenue, New York offers something for everyone. Catch a Yankees game, pack a picnic in Central Park, or take a spin around the ice rink at Rockefeller Center – this is the city that never sleeps. The museums are a great starting point, as they feature some of the world’s great masterpieces, while foodies should check out Chinatown’s dazzling dim sum eateries.

Da Nang

Visitors might want to punch a few extra holes in their belts before visiting up-and-coming Da Nang, as it’s one of the globe’s bucket-list destinations for adventurous foodies, as well as a draw for nature-lovers and night owls. Da Nang’s narrow streets are packed with hole-in-the-wall eateries slinging southern-style pho and banh mi, but try the mi quang – a legendary local noodle dish. Hikers, meanwhile, can discover a picture-perfect paradise while exploring the grottos, caves and pagodas at Marble Mountain.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong may be known for its colorful streets, world-class dim sum and booming business district – as well as the nightlife around bustling Lan Kwai Fung  – but it also has a serene side. The city is packed with picturesque parks, and offers a welcome respite from the buzzy go-go-go of Hong Kong’s hub. Visitors can stroll amongst Bali mynahs and American flamingos in the Hong Kong Zoo and Botanical Gardens, and take a sunrise tai chi lesson at Victoria Park.