INDIANS started traveling abroad. Even though the number is still less than that of Chinese tourists, the growth of tourists from this country is increasing. Cities in Asia are their destination. Indian travelers seek adventure and new experiences in Asia’s dynamic cities, whether it is the allure of ancient history, modernity or natural serenity, each city holds a unique charm.

The following are the cities in Asia that are most popular with Indian tourists, as reported by the Times of India:
1. Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo occupies the top rank as a tourist destination for Indians. This city combines futuristic technology with traditional temples and delicious culinary delights. From the iconic Shibuya intersection to the serene Shinjuku Gyoen gardens, the city offers unforgettable experiences at every turn.

2. Singapore
Singapore attracts Indian tourists with its stunning architecture, lush green spaces, diverse culture and vibrant street food. From the iconic Marina Bay Sands to the historic districts of Little India and Chinatown, Singapore offers a variety of attractions to explore.

3. Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations with its gleaming skyscrapers, luxury shopping malls and desert adventures. Dubai is becoming a playground for Indian tourists looking for luxury and excitement. From skiing at Ski Dubai to admiring the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai promises an unforgettable experience.

4. Bali, Indonesia
The Island of the Gods is known for its stunning beaches, lush rice fields, and dynamic cultural scene. This tropical paradise is a destination for Indian tourists looking for relaxation and adventure. Whether surfing in Kuta, exploring the temples of Ubud, or enjoying a Balinese spa treatment, the Island of the Gods offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

5. Hong Kong
This city is a perfect blend of eastern and western culture. Hong Kong lures Indian tourists with its towering skyscrapers, bustling markets and stunning harbor views. Whether riding the iconic Star Ferry, exploring the bustling Central and Causeway Bay areas, or sampling dim sum at a local teahouse, Hong Kong offers a charming mix of past and present.

6. Seoul, South Korea
Seoul leaves a lasting impression on Indian tourists with its vibrant street food scene, cutting-edge technology and rich cultural heritage. The city offers a variety of experiences to explore, from the historic palaces of Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung, shopping for the latest fashion trends in Myeongdong, or sampling authentic Korean barbecue at Insadong. [sources/photo special]