Throughout Asian societies, family members often adopt the role of caregiving for older persons, providing essential care for loved ones with dementia. To date, there has been limited insight into the lived experience and meaning ascribed to the journey of these caregivers. This descriptive phenomenological study aims to explore the lived experience of Asian family caregivers of persons with dementia. Semi-structured face-to-face interviews were conducted with 16 family members caring for aged persons with dementia. Interviews were audio-recorded and data analysed using Colaizzi's technique. Analysis revealed the essential structure of a caregiver's journey with three major transitions, namely: (1) Crossing the threshold from ordinary world into caregiving world, (2) Trudging on the road of trials and obstacles, and (3) Settling into a new normalcy. Understanding the lived experience of Asian caregivers can help clinicians in targeting relevant support and information, and prepare new caregivers for the demands of their role.