It’s a bit of a mess.
A little bit of everything.
If you go to Kuala Lumpur, for example, you can see a whole city in a single photo.
You can get away with a couple of hundred meters of panorama from the most prominent tourist sites.
But if you look closer, the city is mostly just a patchwork of small streets, crowded intersections, and empty lots.
If that’s not enough, there are so many more cities in Asia than just the big ones that they’ve all been lumped together in a big, ugly, empty, and ugly mess.
We know this because, since we started collecting data for the last few years, we’ve found that many of the cities we cover are quite different from one another.
Take, for instance, the Philippines.
If we go to Manila, we can see that most of the streets have long names, like “Mongolian Plaza” and “Moro City Plaza.”
The rest are just street names and addresses.
The only thing that looks different are the street names, because they’re written in a more complicated script.
It’s difficult to find street names in English, so we’ll be relying on translations.
(Of course, that’s how Google Translate works.)
And since this is a list of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia, it’s a lot like the World Travel Guide: there’s a bunch of places, but they’re all just numbered by their name.
If, like us, you’re looking for something more specific, you’ll want to check out our list of Top 5 Most Popular World Cities in Asia.
But you may find some new and interesting places, too.
Here’s the list, in no particular order.
1. Hong Kong