Best Asian Cities to Live In

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Overview
  • Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the eastern and northern hemispheres. It covers 8.7% of the Earth's total surface area (or 30% of its land area) and with approximately 3.879 billion people, it hosts 60% of the world's current human population. During the 20th century Asia's population nearly quadrupled.
Basics
  • Singapore City, Singapore
    Whether for business or pleasure, a stay in Singapore City will leave you wanting more. Situated next to the Central Business District, the Orchard Parksuites provide a stay drenched in luxury and affluence. Fully-equipped with every modern convenience thinkable, and boasting its very own maid service; there is no other way to experience Singapore city-living than here.
  • Hong Kong CIty, Hong Kong
    Hong Kong the banking capital is the best place to make fortune. The Hong Kong city has world-class restaurants, tropical beaches, and popular international night life. This city is a modest dwelling for the expatriate community. The international airport in Honk Kong is the most estimable for its flight connections.
  • Seoul, South Korea
    Seoul is the capital of South Korea. The word ’Seoul’ means capital in traditional Korean. Seoul is a city in which the Han River flows through, from east to west, and is surrounded by great mountains, and the city contains both history and tradition, as well as the latest IT technology, making it a kind of a city which is quite rare anywhere on the globe.
  • Makati, Philippines
    Makati is noted for its highly cosmopolitan culture, also being a major cultural and entertainment hub in Metro Manila. Many expatriates live and work in the city. Makati is home to many first-class shopping malls, such as Ayala Center and Rockwell Center, top hotels like The Peninsula Manila, the Shangri-La Hotel Makati and the Intercontinental Hotel Manila, and the tallest buildings in the Philippines like PBCom Tower, G.T. International Tower. The city is the economic capital of the Philippines and also faces challenges due to the gap between the new city in the west, which contains the Central Business District, and the old city in the east, which is largely poor and where most of the slums are located.
  • Hanoi, Vietnam

    Attractive, historic, and definitely interesting, Vietnam's capital city of Hanoi is a joy for visitors to explore. Hanoi city is found in northern Vietnam on the banks of the life-giving Red River, and it is not only the political capital of the country, but also its cultural hub.

  • Tokyo, japan
    Tokyo is the biggest and quite possibly best city in the world. There are 35 million people in Greater Tokyo: that’s seven times the population of Scotland; about the same population as Canada, the word’s second largest country; and almost half the number of Celtic fans who say they were in Seville.
  • Fukuoka, Japan
    Fukuoka Prefecture offers good opportunity for great shopping, diverse and delicious cuisines, and eclectic entertainment. It is well-known for its great mountains, long rivers and unique flora and fauna.
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