Asia

Oriental lanterns with japanese calligraphy

Encompassing Thailand, Malaysia, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Japan, Burma, Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos; Asia offers a kaleidoscope of fascinating cultures, natural beauty, exceptional cuisine and the friendliest people you will find. Not only will you receive outstanding service, the beaches and hotels are stunning with first class standards, not to mention excellent value for money.

India

 Kaleidoscopic India continues to amaze and infuriate, inspire and dismay her visitors. A country full-enough of paradoxes and contrasts to madden anyone who tries to understand it, the best way to enjoy your holiday in India is simply to open your heart, and soak up what is surely the greatest show on earth. The Indian […]

Cambodia

Nestled along the tropical waters of the Gulf of Thailand and sharing boarders with Vietnam, Laos and Thailand, Cambodia has a lot to offer intrepid travellers. Travelling by tuk-tuk along the chaotic streets of Phnom Penh is an activity every tourist on holiday in Cambodia should experience. Travellers in Cambodia will turn their friends back […]

China

After years of hiding from western eyes, China has transformed itself into a true heavyweight on the global tourism scales. Welcoming nearly 56 million visitors each year, China is by a long way the most-visited country in Asia. According to statisticians, it might well eclipse France as the world’s most popular tourist destination by the […]

Japan

 For most people, the image of Japan is an enigmatic one, with a vague notion of geishas and samurai warriors butting up against buzzing neon arcades and frenetic TV game shows. Japan is indeed a nation of contrasts and those who venture there on holiday will gain a greater understanding of the unique ancient culture […]

Laos

 The mountainous, landlocked country of Laos is one of southeast Asia’s greatest tourist destinations: an unassuming, friendly land full of natural beauty and interesting cultural sites. Although not as developed, nor as established on the global tourism scene as its neighbours Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, it is in fact in this relative obscurity that the […]

Malaysia

  As evidenced by its large population of expatriate workers, Malaysia is an extremely popular Southeast Asian travel destination. A foreigner-friendly, culturally interesting place, Malaysia also boasts great weather, white-sand beaches, snorkelling and diving opportunities, top-class shopping and dining options, and a wealth of unmissable sights and attractions. The West Coast of Malaysia is home […]

Nepal

Nepal’s acronym of Never Ending Peace And Love, does well to characterise this nation of good natured and accommodating people; a land of majestic Himalayan scenery comprising eight of the world’s ten highest mountains, including Mt Everest: the uppermost place on earth at 29,029 feet (8,848m). Situated between India and Tibet, the Federal Democratic Republic […]

Thailand

The most well-known and popular travel destination in Southeast Asia, the lure of Thailand is felt by millions of tourists each year. Enticed by the sparkling beaches of the islands in the south, the enigmatic temples and hill-tribes of the north, and the neon lights of Bangkok in between, exotic Thailand has something for every […]

Vietnam

Verdant patchworks of rice paddies, pointed lampshade-style hats, a country ravaged by war, and economic repression – these are the international images of Vietnam, seen on worldwide television and read about in the newspapers. But there are other scenes to be found, ones of natural beauty, ethnic culture, and imperial history, of timeless traditional villages, […]