Dhaka, formerly known as Dacca and Jahangir Nagar, is not just the administrative capital of Bangladesh but the cultural capital as well. Dhaka has its large number of population having their multifarious cultural orientations. In addition, some historical places like, Dhakeshwary Temple, Lalbagh Fort, Star Mosque, Ahsan Manzil, 1857 Memorial (Bahadur Shah Park), etc. have made this city an array of diversity.
Chittagong is a ground blessed with a number of places having their salient appeals. If you are searching for isolation or any place to pass some colorful moments with someone special, don't ever forget to have the refreshing touches of Chittagong Hill Tracts, Patenga Beach, Foy's Lake, Heritage Park, Ethnological Museum and World War II Cemetery.
Sound of surfing waves; sands and seashells; diversified animals and birds; temples and tribes welcome you to Cox's Bazar - the paradise of our own. Worth-mentioning places in and outside the city are Aggmeda Khyang, Ramu Ramkot, Dulhazra Safari Park, Maheshkhali Island, Sonadia Island, Teknaf and St. Martin's Island.
Bangkok welcomes more visitors than any other city in the world and it doesn't take long to realize why. This is a city of extremes with action on every corner: Marvel at the gleaming temples, catch a tuk tuk along the bustling Chinatown or take a long tail boat through floating markets. Food is another Bangkok highlight, from local dishes served at humble street stalls to haute cuisine at romantic rooftop restaurants. Luxury malls compete with a sea of boutiques and markets, where you can treat yourself without overspending. Extravagant five-star hotels and surprisingly cheap but good hotels welcome you with the same famed Thai hospitality. And no visit to Bangkok would be complete without a glimpse of its famous nightlife'S from cabarets to exotic red-light districts, Bangkok never ceases to amaze.
More than any other spot in the country, Kuala Lumpur is the focal point of new Malaysia. The city's bustling streets, its shining, modern office towers, and its cosmopolitan air project an unbounded spirit of progress and symbolize Malaysia's unhesitating leap into the future. As the entry point for most visitors and the meeting point of the country's many attractions, Kuala Lumpur is a grand gateway to a fascinating destination. With a height of 1,453 feet, one of the world's tallest buildings rises above the skyline of Kuala Lumpur. They are called the Petronas Towers, and, inevitably, they have become the symbols for the astounding growth that has taken place in Malaysia over the last two decades.
Singapore is a hi-tech, wealthy city-state in south-east Asia, also known for the conservatism of its leaders and its strict social controls.The country comprises the main island - linked by a causeway and a bridge to the southern tip of Malaysia - and around 50 smaller islands. Once a colonial outpost of Britain, Singapore has become one of the world's most prosperous places - with glittering skyscrapers and a thriving port.
Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) is the capital of West Bengal and the second largest city in India (after Mumbai). If Bangalore is the Seattle of India, than Kolkata is the sub-continent's London. It is an 'in your face' city that shocks and charms the unsuspecting visitor. Abject poverty mix inexplicably with crumbling British Raj-era gems, sprawling gardens and historical colleges. Long known as the cultural capital of India, Kolkata continues to spawn generations of poets, writers, film producers and Nobel Prize winners. If your trip only allows for a visit of one or two of India's metropolitan cities, than definitely consider placing Kolkata on your itinerary. Love it or hate it, you definitely won't forget the city on the Hooghly.
Muscat is considered the pulsating heart of Oman. It is linked to Port Sultan Qaboos by Muttrah Corniche where the visitor to Muscat can view the wonderful variety of nature: golden beaches, mountainous heights, and golden sand dunes (Bawshar Sands).Perhaps what is striking about Muscat Governorate and its states is the breathtaking intermingling of ancient cultural heritage with modern style. You will see houses, gates, old markets, small shops, and winding roads redolent of authentic history, side by side with modern markets, shops, buildings, and streets stamped with modern architecture. This allows Oman to preserve its historic character, and at the same time enjoying its contemporary spirit. Muscat is renowned as one of the cleanest Arab capitals, and has gained the honour of winning the Cleanest Arab City Contest several consecutive times. Muscat as a city has played a prominent historical role due to its strategic location.