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Luxury, Deluxe, Superior and Budget hotels in Asia

From an unforgettable arrival by long-tail boat along the Ruak River to the hotel’s dreamy jungle setting, the Four Seasons Tented Camp ticks all the boxes for nature-loving aesthetes looking to indulge in far-flung seclusion and adventure.

Created to connect people through cooking, the well-run Hom Hostel sits incongruously on the edge of one of Bangkok’s nightlife areas.

Gurgaon’s Trident feels like a contemporary take on a Mughal palace, with pale, red-sandstone domes.

When this hotel opened, a feng shui fountain was placed outside to keep the money flowing in.

Chengdu's latest five-star hotel is a cocoon of comfort and luxury in the pulsing heart of this rapidly-expanding city.

Park Hyatt Bangkok soars above upmarket Phloen Chit like a giant cobra uncoiling.

A fun, fashionable resort with a prime location on the sugary shores of Maenam beach. Its 74 pool villas are tropical party pads, with sunny decks, private pools, huge bathrooms and lashings of colour.

This is the consummate south-east Asian eco-retreat; small, scenic, and almost entirely sustainable.

This high-end Japanese-owned hotel, off the beaten track of most tourists, has ocean views, classy interiors and experimental fusion food.

Sol Beach House Phu Quoc is located right on the peaceful Truong Beach, nestled in beautiful tropical gardens.

Kandy House, which was built in 1823, started life as the residence of Sri Lanka’s last king. Now it's a superb boutique heritage hotel that offers just nine large and elegant rooms on a six-acre property surrounded by paddy fields and jungle.

With the in-depth cultural tour River Kwai & Ancient Thai Kingdoms, you have a 3 day tour package taking you through Bangkok, Thailand and 2 other destinations in Thailand.

Quang Binh is the narrowest province on the map of Vietnam located in the upper middle region of Vietnam. The width of this province is relatively short, only 50 km from its border with Lao to the seashore.

This little boutique on a hectic street in the city’s frenetic old quarter is a haven in the heart of things – close to most of the main attractions yet restful, quiet and intimate.

Some parts of Southeast Asia get pretty chilly that is not like in European countries. Here are some of the chilliest destinations that you’ll want to visit.