Three weeks is not enough time to capture fast-changing China, writes Mark Gail.
Nepal extends Everest permits for climbers put off by earthquakes.
Molly Sinclair McCartney escapes high above central Myanmar's ancient temples, and gets a view of the past.
Thailand's controversial Tiger Temple has denied links to illegal trafficking, and wants to hold on to its tigers.
Seoul's oldest and largest fish market - a city landmark and tourist hotspot - is fighting a move to a futuristic, half-billion-dollar facility.
Myanmar has backpedalled on a ban on climbing temples at the tourist hotspot of Bagan.
An unused toilet, custom-built for a visiting Thai princess, will now be used as a security post for tourists visiting Cambodia's Yeak Lom lake.
The spectacular tombs of Vietnam's former emperors are a well-trodden stop on the tourist circuit in Unesco-listed Hue.
Pakistan's literary scene is seeing a spirited revival, with packed festivals attracting tens of thousands in a rock concert-like atmosphere.
The scenery along the courses include tiered paddy fields, a stone bridge and a satoyama village forest.
The Kipling Bungalow is one of several mansions in the teeming Indian city of Mumbai, once associated with famous residents but now in ruin.
It's an unusual collection, but then Sun Myung Moon -the late founder of the Unification Church - was an unusual man.
Some people in Japan find solace in sending their stuffed animals on trips in their place.
Cox's Bazaar is one of the world's largest natural sandy sea beaches with miles of golden sands and towering cliffs.
Japan's bullet train has made this well-preserved city more accessible than ever, writes Mark Jenkins.