Some of the best memories in life are created with your furred friend, thus why would you want to leave them all alone whereas you travel to the attractive lands of Asia? Providing things like dog treats, customized bowls, grooming services, and special beds, your four-legged buddy is going to be right at home at these pet-friendly hotels in this part of the world.

Four Seasons Hotel Seoul, South Korea

This luxury hotel in the downtown capital of South Korea isn’t only for humans. Dogs and cats can experience the world-renowned welcome of four Seasons with a range of pet amenities, as well as embroidered toy bones, door, and name tag, sleeping mat, dog bowls, and a feeding pad. Four Seasons building capital of South Korea is especially fashionable, with confident glass-and-steel structures around the property. Remember to "check-in" at their Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Yu Yuan while you’re here.

Additional fees: KRW250,000 (limited to one pet under 4kg).

Our Native Village, Bangalore

Our Native Village is a 4-star themed resort close to Hesaraghatta that’s nice for couples, families, and of course, your pets too. Set up to recreate a luxurious village atmosphere, there's ample space for your furry friend to play as you participate in activities like bullock cart riding, cow-milking, kite-flying, traditional spa treatments, and organic farming. Rated one of India’s best eco-friendly accommodations, Our Native Village additionally includes all meal prices in your room rate.

Additional fees: Free!

The Pandora Hotel, Bali

The Pandora hotel in Bali island is home to 2 cats, thus you recognize they’ll love your pets as much as theirs. Located in a wonderful green valley in Ubud, this is where you’ll realize healthy meals, yoga classes, and a spa specializing in traditional remedies. It’s typically a special place for relaxation, almost like being on another planet. If that sounds exciting to you, simply imagine how magical it with be for your pet.

Additional fees: Free! (limited to 1 small pet).

Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort & Spa, Japan

Your dog might or might not be dreaming of climbing mountains, so why not take the possibility to bring it to this residential lodge in the foothills of Mount Fuji? Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort & Spa has many dog-friendly rooms that may host up to three pets and offers pet-sitting services for once you’re out and about. As its name suggests, the hotel’s Spa Izumi & Onsen is easily one of the best in the city.

Additional fees: Free! (limited to 3 pets up to 10kg every or one pet up to 30kg).

Doubletree Resort by Hilton Wuxi – Lingshan

Overlooking the impressive Lake Tai – the third-largest freshwater lake in China – in Jiangsu province, this beautiful four-star resort welcomes you and your buddy with freshly baked cookies (don’t worry, no chocolate) upon arrival. They’ll even get their own beds in the space, fur-friendly shampoo, and a delicious food bowl. Your pet might not be able to appreciate the gorgeous Ming dynasty art in the hotel’s non-public Ceng Jingtang museum, yet running around a landscaped Chinese-style garden sounds like fun.

Additional fees: RMB280 per room (limited to 2 pets up to 45kg).

Siam Kempinski Hotel, Bangkok

Siam Kempinski Hotel is the solely Kempinski property in Asia to take in pets, and it’s well worth the trip only for that hospitality. From a resort-style garden to a huge free-form swimming pool, expect to be transported into a world of serenity in the middle of Bangkok’s premier shopping district – there’s even direct access to Thailand Paragon! Pets are not allowed in the hotel’s restaurants, however, you’ll be able to get pleasure from the award-winning Thai restaurant Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin. Don’t worry, your pets will have great meals.

Additional fees: THB1,150 per night (limited to 1 pet advisement less than 11kg).

Noordin Mews, Penang

Penang could be a fantastic place filled with street murals, historical buildings, and what's reputably a number of the simplest street food in the Asian nations. Also, we don’t blame your pet for obtaining wanderlust too. Noordin Mews is an intimate Twenties Peranakan shophouse-turned-hotel, providing rooms meticulously restored to capture the essence of the city’s colonial design. Let your pet chill by the pool as you play chess with the staff or participate in a Nyonya cooking category with Pearly Kee, one of Penang’s best home cooks.

Additional fees: MYR30 per room.