Start Your Real Asia Experience
Since 2005, our mission has been to provide our clients with the most educational and engaging Asia travel experience.
We believe that it is principally through travel that one can gain fresh perspectives and understanding in the world we live in. Our goal is to share our passion for Asia and its diverse cultures with US teachers and students, and to utilize travel as a means to deepen the understanding between us and the destinations we visit.
Business School Study Trips
Designed specifically for business schools’ faculty-led short-term study trips (EMBA/ MBA).
K16 Language & Cultural Immersion
Offers unique opportunities to engage with global education by immersing themselves in different cultures, learning new languages, and exploring the rich history and scenic beauty of Asia.
Livestream Virtual Tours
Remote virtual experience and engagement via livestream interactions to connect your classroom with mainland China and Taiwan.
Take an actual journey to visit Chinatowns and Asian communities in New York and San Francisco, Hawaii or Vancouver. Experience the language, culture, food, people, media, immigration, etc., all without leaving North America.
Some of Our Trips Completed in 2023
A group of MBA students from Salt Lake City visited Vietnam to explore its culture and business practices. They participated in various activities, such as visiting local businesses and startups, and historical landmarks.
Florida high school students traveled to Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. They immersed themselves in the culture and history of these destinations while utilizing their language skills through Real Asia's language and culture activities, which were designed by Real Asia.
Another group of high school students from New York went to Southeast Asia. Throughout the trip, they gained a deeper understanding of the rich cultural diversity and broadened their cultural perspectives.
High school students flew to Vancouver, BC to learn about the Chinese community and gain cultural and language perspectives. During their trip, they visited the Chinatowns and the Sun Yat-Sen Garden, attended workshops, and practiced their language with locals.