Intrepid traveller Pria Viswalingam visits some of Australia's nearest neighbours in this popular series, and examines the emergence of a modern Asia in countries which traditionally cling to their past. Tonight, Pria visits Tokyo and Hokkaido in Japan.
Pria takes a colourful jaunt through misty mountain villages, checks out Bangkok's distinctive architecture and lively waterways, and finally travels up to a resort tucked away in the foothills around Chiang Mai.
Pria takes us to Daman, south west of Kathmandu, where shamanism is practised and the powers of the local witchdoctors are praised and respected in the local community. By contrast we meet a young Malaysian lawyer who has abandoned the trappings of capitalism to meditate and live simply in the mountains of Nepal.
Saudi Arabia's vast northwest is scattered with thousands of mysterious stone shapes. Now, archaeologists from around the globe investigate their purpose and origin.
Get an inside look at the making of ChocoRocks, pretzel nuggets, French fried onions, and Italian Brio soda.