What can happen in 48 hours in Asia? Plenty, as you’ll soon see. Even a short break can open you up to so many new experiences. Let’s jump right in with Jenn!
48 Hours in Kaohsiung, Taiwan
As Jenn completes her tasks, she soaks up seaside sights, night market eats, plenty of art, and hears love stories, too.
GETTING THERE AirAsia flies to Kaohsiung from Kuala Lumpur. airasia.com
48 Hours in Colombo, Sri Lanka
Jenn meets wild animals, tries not to get lost in the market, climbs an incredible rock, and plays the national sport–and still has time for Ceylon tea.
GETTING THERE AirAsia flies to Colombo from Kuala Lumpur. airasia.com
48 Hours in Da Nang, Vietnam
Pack your bags to hunt for the most famous banh mi (Vietnamese baguette) in the city, test your balance on a basket boat, take a cable car to meet some idols, and watch a fire-breathing dragon, just like Jenn.
GETTING THERE AirAsia flies to Da Nang from Kuala Lumpur. airasia.com
48 Hours in Kochi, India
As soon as Jenn arrives, she works for breakfast, cycles around places of worship, and takes private dance lessons. More animal encounters ensue on a highland trail, then it’s down to the backwaters for a houseboat cruise.
GETTING THERE AirAsia flies to Kochi from Kuala Lumpur, Bengaluru and Hyderabad. airasia.com
48 Hours in Changsha, China
Once again, Jenn approaches random strangers and snacks her way through the city. But this time, the incredible views of Avatar mountain and an ancient town’s unusual step bridge take her breath away.
GETTING THERE AirAsia flies to Changsha from Kuala Lumpur. airasia.com