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What goes into the lavish and intricate designs of Asia's plushest resorts? How do they stand out architecturally and yet remain true to their history and culture? This series goes beyond the standard travel programme fare to take you on a journey into the cultural, historical, social, and artistic influences which have shaped the design and architecture of these luxurious Asian paradises.

Paradise Asia is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (5 episodes). The series first aired on .

Paradise Asia is available for streaming on the Ammo Content website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Paradise Asia on demand at Tubi TV Amazon Prime, Tubi TV online.

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  • A magnificent example of Rajput-Mughal architecture, the Samode Palace is a 150 year old restored palace that boasts some of the finest frescoes and mirror-work in Rajasthan. We explore the 40 room luxury hotel that come a long way from its humble beginnings of just two original bedrooms, and how it single-handedly revived the fortunes of Samode Village.

  • A former Manchurian hunting lodge nestled beside the Great Wall of China, The Red Capital Ranch is Beijing's first and only eco-tourism resort. Each of its 10 residences is a restored ancient Chinese villa. Meanwhile, the Red Capital Residence situated in the preserved heritage district of Dongsi takes a communist-themed interpretation to the traditional courtyard houses.

  • Incorporating local Javanese elements such as the kubuk (open pavilion) and modelled after Boroburdur, one of the greatest Buddhist monuments of the world, the Amanjiwo is an excellent example in the tradition-modern hybrid design. On the other hand, the Losari Coffee Plantation, set against a 60 acre working coffee field plantation, reflects strongly on Indonesia's the colonial Dutch culture.

  • The Amanpuri was the first resort in the luxurious Aman chain. The architecture is based on the traditional Thai architecture of the Ayutthaya period. In its unique design and construction, most of the trees have been preserved and the living pavilions built around them. We take a look inside.