Cambodia

Cambodia will always have the magical allure of its stunning Angkor Temples as a main attraction for visitors, though Destination Asia Cambodia continue to develop new experiences in lesser known regions outside of the UNESCO World Heritage site. Siem Reap city is located 3 kilometers south of the temple complex …

Singapore

Singapore is often said to have its head in the future but its heart in the past. On arrival into this island country, visitors are struck by the dramatic contrast of charming well-preserved buildings of a bygone era, standing beside towering office buildings or developments on tree-lined boulevards. Investigate a …

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur is the capital city and focal point of the ‘new’ Malaysia. While the city’s past is evident in the nostalgic British colonial buildings, the future is apparent in the form of gleaming towering skyscrapers. The city boasts world class meeting and event facilities supported by major highways, an …

Brunei

The Sultanate of Brunei is wedged in between the two East Malaysian states of Sarawak and Sabah, with its northern shore facing the South China Sea. Brunei is a land of contrasts, especially the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan. The famous Kampung Ayer, a collection of houses, shops, schools and clinics, …