The best interior design in the most luxurious hotels in Asia, that’s all you need to know to start planning a dream trip to the most exotic continent. This top 5 will exceed your expectations!

5. Glad Yeouido, South Korea

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A modern hotel designed by Joh & Company, that have chosen a local type of brick to the construction of the building. The structure, softened by spot lighting evoking the warmth of a traditional Korean home, this is the perfect place to a family vacation. The restaurant and cafe revels natural materials and pure forms, and the bar serves the most extensive and unique collection of Malt Whiskey.

4. Humble House Taipei, Taiwan

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Located on the top floors of a Diamond-rated Green Building, it merges design, green living, and art. The floor-to-ceiling windows maximize natural light that illuminates about 600 works of art assembled by the Art Curator Ellie Lai. Guests are also invited to enjoy the daily traditional tea ceremonies and to relax at the spa, or enjoy the lush sixth-floor garden with view over the city.

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3. Anya Hotel, India

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From the spacious suites to the spa, the luxury hotel features several art works. A Spanish tapas bar and beer garden, the multiple international music zones, from jazz and electronic to Indian classical, gave a cultural touch to the hotel.

2. The Naka Phuket, Thailand

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With 94 glass-built villas and hidden in an ancient valley this is the place that you’ve been dreaming of. The outdoor pool with amazing private living spaces and an overlook to the ocean are simply breath taking. The rooftop spa, an olympic pool and a private beach complete this paradise.

1. Kimamaya Boutique Hotel, Japan

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Kimamaya is the Japanese word for “be yourself” and here, you can do just that and relax. This nine-room mountain lodge in Niseko ski resorts is just lovely.  During summer and fall you can make trails at the pine forests. The restaurant, inspired by traditional japanese architecture, is a perfect example of luxury and comfort.