An ancient network of trade routes between the East and the West, the Silk Road was long the territory of merchants with their camel caravans, swashbucklers and adventurers.
If BBC Two’s Eight Go Rallying, the show following celebrities as they undertake an Asian road race, has left you feeling inspired to take on your own adventure to Vietnam, then look no further.
The tea ceremony, chado in Japanese or the ‘way of tea’ is a must-do experience on your holidays to Japan.
With a population of more than 18 million, Delhi can be a somewhat intimidating city. Its chaotic centre is fast-paced, loud, and an assault on the senses.
Vietnam is home to many incredible wonders, both natural and manmade.
Chinese New Year is by no means restricted to China. It is one of the world’s biggest celebrations, and 4% of the global population will be on the move to reunite with family and friends for the occasion.
Sake is often the spirit that comes to mind when we think of Japan, but this country has developed an impressive range of spirits and liqueurs over centuries which are totally unique to the nation.
Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, the Taj Mahal is India’s most iconic landmark.