For foreigners that have a long business trip to Asia ahead of them, it’s crucial that you feel comfortable. A couple of tips for the business minded traveler going to Asia is travel light, book ahead of time and get in line early. No matter what airline you go through, the airport is going to be a nuthouse, so it’s always a good rule of thumb to be prepared by skipping the long lines, allowing for plenty of time and read that newspaper until it’s your turn to get your boarding pass. Once in Asia, you can find a cab easily from the airport and check in to your hotel. While there are many available hotels and airlines on the market, there are only a chosen few that offer customers luxury, cleanliness and with all the comforts of home.Our pick for one of best airlines for Asian business trips is Singapore Airlines. Not only does it offer luxury accommodations for First Class, Business and Economy seats, but the flight attendants are pleasant, charming and over accommodating. Who wants to sit on a long flight in teeny, tiny seats? Singapore Airlines must understand the need for spacious seats because they have more room than many other airlines out there. They also offer leather seats, dining room table and your choice of available DVDs. Another popular Asian business trip airline is Cathay Pacific Airlines. Cathay Airlines is comfortable with flat beds in business class and 81 inch beds in First Class. First class passengers can also enjoy champagne and freshly fried eggs while all passengers can enjoy a selection of snacks when the mood strikes.Asia has more hotels than you could keep up with, and the majority of them are stylish, clean, centrally located and affordable. For the top hotels for Asian business trips, consider one of the following: the Mandarin Oriental, the W Hotel and the Peninsula. The Mandarin Oriental is a comfortable and clean choice for travelers feeling fatigued after a long flight. It has a business center, stylish rooms and a beautiful bar/lounge which can be deemed a perfect location for wooing potential clients. The W Hotel in Hong Kong is another stylish hotel that is well staffed with accommodating employees who are eager to speak American to you or greet you with a smile at the door. When staying in Tokyo, guests love the Peninsula, which offers portable cell phones throughout the hotel and the Tokyo metro area. This is a great accessory to your stay when your regular Blackberry or iPhone won’t work.As business trips to Asia countries become more common, airlines and hotels in Asia are providing a comfortable alternative while you are away from home. There are endless DVDs during your flight, state of the art beds, portable phones and stylish restaurants and bars to schmooze clients. Best of all, the staff on your airline and hotel can accommodate all of your special requests and more. When on your next business trip to Asia, consider travelling with all the amenities you deserve!