At 554 metres above sea level, The Peak offers spectacular views of the high-rise jungle.
Scenes from the Harbin Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in the northern city of Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. As China's most famous and popular winter attraction, the festival has drawn a combined 28.5 million visitors in the past two years.
Lee Tulloch savours luxury and heritage sights on a brief layover in Guangzhou.
See the 'floating garden observatory' on the upper floors of the Umeda Sky Building.
From cherry blossoms to drum dances and eco tourism, there is much to see and do on the many islands of Okinawa.
Its little-known ski industry offers plenty of snow, few crowds and many attractions on and off the slopes, writes Susan Bredow.
Modern art, microbreweries and dancing at dawn, there's a side to Shanghai that might surprise you, writes Guy Wilkinson.
I have spent the evening hopping around Tokyo's weird and wacky theme bars.