The Japanese kimono has been a traditional garment worn by many in Japan for centuries and still holds remarkable symbolic and historical significance in the 21st century.
China is a country full of wonders – ancient, cultural, natural, man-made…they’ve got plenty of them all!
The island of Sri Lanka may be a good 20,000 km² smaller than Great Britain, but certainly packs a lot into that space
According to Taoist philosophy born in China over 2,000 years ago, everything in the universe is a balance of yin and yang and the key to your health and wellbeing is ‘qi’.
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.