Asia by Air

Published Date Author: , March 26th, 2015

Image via Backyard TravelOnce you’ve scoured the markets in Asia, floated in its warm, salty seas and traipsed through its ancient ruins, you’ll no doubt be looking for a more…elevated experience.

For something you won’t readily find on social feeds, why not consider hitting the skies, with help from this guest article by operators Backyard Travel. Literally rising up over the jungles, traffic jams and oceans of the Asian continent, getting so far off the beaten track you can only see it with binoculars – here are some of our top ways of seeing Asia by air.

The Great Wall by helicopter

The Great Wall of China is long. There’s more than 22,000km of wall all together, if you count all its disjointed sections. Not surprisingly, its immensity can be difficult to comprehend from ground level, so we recommend going vertical. A helicopter tour over the Wall is pretty much the most thrilling way you can see it. September and October have the best weather for a chopper expedition as the autumn climate is temperate and spring can often means sandstorms.

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