A large archipelago sprinkled across the Equator, Indonesia's thousands of volcanic islands are some of Australia's most beloved holiday spots. Home to tropical beaches, exotic wildlife, historic temples and lush vegetation, Indonesia is an unforgettable experience – whether it's a luxury villa in Bali or a secluded island resort off Indonesia's coastline.
From the famous temples in Bali and the pristine beaches of Bintan Island, to the wild jungles and secluded beaches of Malaysia and the lively atmosphere of Phuket, our Asian holiday destinations have it all. Asia boasts some of the world's best foodie destinations, from the spices of Thailand to sumptuous dumplings in China...plus, it's also home to some of the world's oldest cultures and longstanding traditions.
Known for its pristine beaches and dense rainforests, Malaysia blends the best of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European influences for a unique travelling experience. Holidays to Malaysia are perfect for discovering new flavours, exploring wild jungles and secluded shores, and making new animal friends with monkeys and turtles!
Thailand is the perfect place to immerse yourself in a fascinating culture amidst beautiful surroundings. With golden Buddhist temples, the magnificent tropical beaches of Phuket and flavoursome cuisine, a holiday to Thailand is simply unforgettable.
Rich in history and with an abundance of natural beauty, Japan is home to diverse landscapes and one of the world's most unique cultures. From temples and shrines laden with cherry blossoms, to the coral reefs of Okinawa and snow-capped mountains perfect for ski holidays, a stay to Japan will stay in your memory forever.
With a history spanning four millenia, China is one of the world's oldest civilisations and boasts diverse and dramatic landscapes. From the magnificent Great Wall to the dramatic peaks of Guilin and the tropical beaches of Sanya, China will awe you as it once did the dynastic emperors.
More information about holidays in Asia...
If you’re planning a trip to Asia, there are a couple of things you should organise well in advance. One of the most important things to look into is a country’s visa requirements.
Many countries in Asia, particularly those in Southeast Asia, issue tourist visas on arrival, but this isn’t the case everywhere. Before booking your trip, it’s a good idea to contact the embassies or consuls of the countries you’ll be visiting to get specific advice and information.
Also, depending on where you’ll be travelling, you may need certain vaccinations such as Hepatitis A/Typhoid and Tetanus/Diphtheria. Check our country pages to see what vaccinations are recommended for the countries you’ll be passing through.
Asia is generally very safe to visit with kids, some areas may be more suitable than others, especially if you’re travelling with younger children. For instance, while older kids will likely enjoy visiting bustling cities like Beijing or Tokyo, it may be more difficult to navigate these places with smaller children.
Fortunately, if you’re planning to stay in one of the many all-inclusive resorts Asia has to offer, much of the planning will be taken care of for you.
All Club Med resorts provide filtered water and adhere to the strictest standards of food safety, but you should always take additional precautions when exploring areas outside of your resort, such as buying bottled water and avoiding street food.
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