4 Destinations Suitable Post-Covid in Asia

If you are looking for a secluded, peaceful and serene destination, give these cities a try
23 Mar 2022
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In a post-COVID world, exclusivity has become the new luxury. As travelers tentatively begin to step outside and rediscover the world, couples or families will look for a place to relax and reconnect with their loved ones. The most desirable destinations are likely to be secluded, or where guests can relax in peace and quiet.

Try refreshing for a moment by visiting the cities below..

Jeju, South Korea

The largest island in South Korea, Jeju is a truly spectacular tourist paradise that combines natural beauty with fantastic facilities. Take a walk on the beach, hike to a waterfall or immerse yourself in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed volcanic landscape.

Natural scenery in Jeju, South Korea
Natural scenery in Jeju, South Korea

Families can also visit an array of attractions and theme parks, as well as great shopping, dining and entertainment at this island's integrated resort. Whether you're looking for a daring adventure or a place to relax, Jeju has it all.

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Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is a place you shouldn't miss. The city can be reached in 1 hour by plane from Bangkok.

Chiang Mai has a lot to offer tourists. It is a cultural attraction, with its own unique identity and charm. There are many temples and historical places to visit in this city.

Doi Inthanon National Park / Hotels.com
Doi Inthanon National Park / Hotels.com

There are many things to do in Chiang Mai. For example, tourists can watch a Muay Thai boxing match. They can also do elephant trekking or mountain biking.

Tourists interested in history and culture will love Chiang Mai's historic sites. They can visit Wat Chedi Luang Worawihan (a temple with a large pagoda), Wat Phra Singh (a temple with a Buddha statue), Wat Chiang Man (a temple built in the 14th century), and Doi Inthanon National Park.

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Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 islands in Malaysia. It is a popular tourist destination known for its beaches, rainforest and duty-free shopping. For guests who want to escape from everyday life and enjoy luxury, Langkawi is a truly outstanding destination.

Langkawi SkyBridge di Langkawi, Malaysia
Langkawi SkyBridge di Langkawi, Malaysia

Located off the northwest coast of Malaysia, surrounded by the blue Andaman Sea, this beautiful island offers a beautiful combination of soft beaches and lush forests. Discover natural wonders at Geoforest Park, admire island views from above from the Langkawi SkyBridge cable car or suspension bridge, laze on the beach, or simply revel in your five-star resort.

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Okinawa, Japan

This remote island in the Pacific Ocean is located 600 km from mainland Japan and is blessed with natural wonders. Okinawa is also one of the healthiest places on Earth – locals live longer than anywhere else! Come and enjoy the fresh air, stunning views and refreshing atmosphere. With a wealth of natural and man-made wonders, including a UNESCO World Heritage site, Okinawa is the perfect place to escape the outside world.

Giant tortoise seen from the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium
Giant tortoise seen from the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium

There is plenty to do on the island, including visiting an Okinawa World Heritage Site, going to the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, and hiking through the Okinawa Himeyuri Peace Memorial Park. You can also enjoy the island's stunning beaches, delicious food and friendly people.

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