Yes, a large number of women are moderately attractive, with a number of very hot women.
Beware, though: a vast majority of Asian women are experts at making themselves up; this is part of the culture and isn't necessarily a sham perpetrated just to snag an American husband. It's not all lipstick and hair, though; men who are partial to Asian women need to beware of their own rose-colored glasses. However, we went into our review objectively and found that it is largely a legitimate site and does seek to connect two like-minded pools of people. If it stripped out its icky, duplicitous aspects--mainly the bogus interest messages and e-mails, and the practice of leading members into paywall deadends--it might even become a legitimate, respected method for two groups of people with similar interests to connect.
Between the two ends of the spectrum are many other payment plans.
We found that Platinum is a mostly valueless upgrade from Gold (both are paid plans).
Obviously, the system knows that you intend to message and that an upgrade is needed. Because, like some other dating sites, Asian Dating.com, likes to play psychological tricks.
Within the first 5 days of free membership, we received over 20 e-mail messages from women.
Interestingly enough, only about half of those users had actually opened our profile.
We give Cupid Media credit for doing more than just giving a perfunctory grunt of assent to the fact that scammers are probably operating on their sites.
They have set up a separate site, Online Dating Safety Tips, which serves as the go-to scam-and-spam Help section for all of their sites.
Images are easy to pull up and scroll through, though we found the 300 x 400 px sizes to be too small.