Newsletters  | Mobile

Things to do in Asia

  • Overview
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Things to do
  • Trips
  • Articles
  • Wit's Collection

  • WomenWeave Charitable Trust

    U.N.-supported nonprofit that seeks to improve Indian women’s lives by marketing their handloomed products. More
  • WTF Café & Gallery

    A new bohemian-style bar and gallery. More
  • Wudaokou Beer Garden

  • Xicheng

    The main draw of this area west of Tiananmen Square is the new Financial Street area, home to high-rise office towers, a cluster of five-star hotel... More
  • Xintiandi Shopping Complex

    Xintiandi was the birthplace of the Chinese Communist Party; now this restored two-block district is defined by upscale shops and restaurants. More
  • Xiu

    In the Central Business District, well-heeled urbanites take in live jazz over Moët champagne, crispy prawn fritters, and Cohiba cigars at Park Hya... More
  • Yan Club

    Well-known rock venue impresario Li Xuebing (or “Bing Bing”) and Hong Kong gallery owner Zhao Lei combined forces in 2001 to open the Yan Club as a... More
  • Yeasun Book

    Stop here for Chinese books, periodicals, and a limited selection of overpriced English language texts, from President Barack Obama’s The Audacity ... More
  • Yellow Mountain

  • Yo-Ho Brewing Co.

  • Yongsan Electronics Market

    Head to the Yongsan Electronics Market, also known as Electroland. Here a half-dozen buildings of substantial size house entire shops devoted to GP... More
  • Yungang Grottoes

    Take a side trip to see the Buddhist sculptures in the Yungang Grottoes. More
  • Yuyin Mountain House

    Also called Yuying Garden, this is one of four major Qing dynasty gardens in the province. More
  • Za-Koenji

    Set in a residential downtown-Tokyo neighborhood, Toyo Ito’s design of the new Za-Koenji public theater is unabashedly theatrical. The building is ... More

Tips on Asia Things to do from Our Local Experts


Sign Up

Connect With Travel + Leisure
  • Travel+Leisure
  • Tablet
  • Available devices

Already a subscriber?
Get FREE ACCESS to the digital edition