From the superlative isolated islands to shining city lights, Asia Pacific won’t let you down by its astonishing tourist destinations.
If you are confused about where to spend your summer vacation in Asia, Lonely Planet picks the region’s best places to visit.
Margaret River and Southern Western Australia named as the best place in the Asia Pacific. Lonely Planet said: “Beyond the sand, some of the country’s slickest wineries, breweries and restaurants lie between tracts of tall-tree forest and kangaroo-dotted farmland.”
The region is famous for its nature-based activities like surfing, coastal hikes, and whale-spotting as well as a variety of food and culture festivals.
Shikoku – Japan’s fourth-largest island – comes the second on the list. It is being visited by several international travelers and has great hotspots like Kōchi Castle, the Iya Valley, and Naruto whirlpools.
Coming in third on the list is the Bay of Islands and Northland in New Zealand. Tourists can enjoy the tropical nature and Māori heritage.
Fourth on the Best in the Asia Pacific list is Singapore, the fifth is the Cook Islands, sixth central Vietnam, then Fiji, Palawan in the Philippines, Beijing, and Cambodia.