Cities change, and for all of us travelers, we have favorite capitals or major centers, where time and again we love to go back. And… we have some that we go out of our way to avoid, just based on reputation or past experiences. Most travelers have no choice but to use major cities and their airports as hubs or quick overnights before moving on to final holiday destinations.

However, over the last few year Longitude 80 has experienced extended research and longer stays in some of Asia and the Pacific's major cities. Either as a location to get rid of jet lag, finalize meetings before a holiday or even spend more time to simply explore one city, we now find many want to stay longer, push the boundaries and explore further.

Cities have now become a heaven for superlative museums, art galleries, architectural wonders and Michelin starred restaurants. Combined with our experience in transfers, from local tuk-tuks to trams to subways to limousines and our black book of contacts from economists, art curators, expats living in, travel writers and journalists delivers an insight that you would not get if you were on your own relying on a phone and a Trip Advisor app.

So, we have decided to expand on a travel concept… what if you had 5 days to spend in one of our favorite Asian cities, what would we recommend? How would we design the ultimate experience? If cities are your thing, we can build you an itinerary based on your likes, from art to museums, architecture or outdoor adventures combined with the top hotels and cuisine. Guided walks, bike rides and unique ways to experience a city are our specialty whilst meeting fun and interesting people along the way. 

Join us for a city adventure.

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