Asia Pacific

The Asia-Pacific includes countries of East, Southeast Asia, Oceania and Australia. It is the most extensive tourist region in the world. Its individual parts (subregions) are significantly distant from each other, which complicates the development of intraregional tourist trips.

The Asia-Pacific is also far from the main tourist markets of the world – Europe and America. However, the volume of the region formed a complex of various natural and cultural and historical recreational resources here.

The infrastructure of tourism develops nowadays. In the same country, Tripety travelers can relax very cheaply and simply, or you can relax expensively in fashionable conditions. The tourist market is very differentiated.

The main motives for traveling to the region are swimming and beach activities, exotic nature, and traditional culture.

Eastern culture is very specific. It totally differs from the European one. The region has the most ancient richest cultures in the world and the cultures of the tribes of the Stone Age.

History, architecture, customs, and cuisine arouse the greatest interest of Tripety travelers.

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  • Asia contains around 30% of the world’s land area and 60% of the world’s population. 
  • The highest point on earth, Mt. Everest, is in Asia. The lowest point on land, the Dead Sea, is also in Asia.
  • Asia is home to two of the three largest economies in the world: China (2nd largest) and Japan (3rd largest). Russia and India are also the top 10 world economies.
  • China has the most billionaires.
  • Bangkok is usually the most visited city.
  • 60% of the world’s population live in Asia.
  • 90% of the world’s rice is consumed in Asian countries.
  • The tallest buildings in the world can be found in Asia.
  • Japan has the longest life expectancy.
  • The top 3 countries with the highest IQ on average are Asian.
  • There are more than 150 volcanoes in Indonesia.
  • The Gobi desert is the largest desert in Asia and the fifth-largest desert in the world.
  • There are 12 landlocked countries in Asia. Among the landlocked countries in Asia are also Bhutan, Laos, Nepal and Mongolia that are located in the interior of the continent and do not have access to any ocean.
  •  In Asia, more than 2,300 languages are recognized.
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