Not all airports serve bland food produced by multi-national chains.
The national carrier's "flying kangaroo" has made a land-bound macropod synonymous with taking flight.
Even those with the most eclectic of musical tastes can find something just for them at these festivals.
These waterfall are mesmerising, exhilarating and spectacularly easy to fall for.
There's literary talent and imagination in the air at these bookish sites.
Fat Rubies, gargantuan diamonds, mighty lumps of amber ... So. Much. Bling.
Arrive by private jet, have someone carry your skis, hand your children over to a ski nanny, stock up on cashmere ...
Markets, festivals and hip shops vie for attention with the big ticket sites such as Angkor Wat.
They're typically silent, unique, historic and unexpectedly luxurious.
Just because something's important doesn't mean it's worth going out of your way to see.
These are the experiences every visitor to Asia should try once. But probably only once.
It's the Year of the Pig – the perfect chance to celebrate all porcine pursuits.