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The many faces of Asia

From the awe-inspiring temples of Cambodia to tea plantation in Sri Lanka, the sublime coastline of Vietnam to the snow-capped Himalayas; Asia provides such variety and contrast it would take many lifetimes to even start scratching at the surface of this enchanting continent.

All prices include international flights and transfers unless otherwise stated and are subject to availability. T&Cs apply.

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Amanpulo, The Philippines

The Philippines is one of Asia’s most spectacular beach destinations, with power white sand that has to be seen to be believed. Set on a private island just a short flight from Manila, Amanpulo is a luxury island retreat surrounded by empty beaches, turquoise waters and a coral reef three hundred metres from the shore. The surrounding waters provide a wide variety of marine life and dive sites for those looking to explore the underwater world.

From £4,895pp based on seven nights at Amanpulo in a Beach Casita on a Room only basis.


From ancient civilisations and awe-inspiring temples, to private islands ringed with golden beaches and clear, calm waters, Cambodia is the ultimate combination of authentic culture and total luxury. Stay at Amansara in Siem Reap and visit the temples of Angkor, before flying south for an island escape at Song Saa, where you can expect sublime spas and delicious cuisine and some of the most luxurious villas in Asia.

From £6,795pp based on two people sharing a Suite at Amansara on half board and a Jungle Villa at Song Saa on a full board basis.

Essential Rajasthan

With the new Indian travel seasons just a few months away, it’s time to start thinking about how to spend your time in the country’s cultural heart – Rajasthan. Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur all offer unrivalled opportunity for immersing yourself in centuries of history, exploring vibrant markets and visiting some of Asia’s most spectacular forts and palaces, all with your own specialist guide to bring it to life.

From £3,500pp for 14 nights travel from Delhi to Udaipur with heritage accommodation and a private vehicle, for travel in September.

Huvafen Fushi, Maldives

Huvafen Fushi is the ultimate Maldivian hideaway, the epitome of elegance and contemporary design. There is something for everyone: soak up the glorious sunshine, pamper yourself in the underwater spa, enjoy the fabulous food and watch a beautiful sunset on board a Dhoni cruise. Travel before the end of September and take advantage of two free nights and complimentary half board.

From £2,860pp staying in a beach bungalow with pool for seven nights, saving of £1,150pp.

Kahanda Kanda, Sri Lanka

Located just 20 minutes inland from the picturesque Galle Fort, Kahanda Kanda is a stunning base from which to explore the south coast of Sri Lanka. With individual and beautifully designed rooms, this very stylish hotel is set amidst a small tea plantation. The service is incredibly personal and the staff are some of the friendliest we encountered on our recent trip. The menu is varied and delicious and includes some Sri Lankan specialities.

From £1,240pp staying for seven nights between 1 June - 31 July on a B&B basis.

Original Jordan

Jordan is a small country offering a mixture of culture, adventure and relaxation from the legendary Petra to lesser-known but no less fascinating sites such as the Roman ruins of Jerash. Combine sightseeing and a trip to the desert of Wadi Rum with a few days of sunbathing at the incomparable Dead Sea or even add in a trek in the breath-taking Dana Nature Reserve.

From £1,670pp for seven nights based on two adults sharing standard double rooms on a B&B basis, including a private car and driver.

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is an exotic and mysterious corner of Asia, visited by an intrepid few looking for true adventure. Get up close to remote tribes to discover more about the different cultural and ethnic groups with their complex and intricate beliefs in the ancestral spirits and sorcery, from the Huli Wigmen of the southern highlands to the Sepik river people. You will also discover the extremely rare but beautiful birds of paradise deep in the heart of the jungle.

From £5,100pp based on an itinerary staying at Ambia Lodge, Rondon Ridge and Karawari Lodge on a full board basis.

Phobjika Valley, Bhutan

Bhutan is a tiny Buddhist Himalayan Kingdom sandwiched between two giant neighbours – India and China. Culturally Bhutan strongly retains its traditions and the country’s outstanding natural beauty makes it a truly compelling destination. The glacial Phobjika valley is renowned as a conservation area for rare black-necked cranes that migrate here every year from Tibetan. This valley is perfect for nature walks where you can explore surrounded by spectacular Himalayan scenery.

From £3,895pp for seven nights based on two adults sharing double rooms.

Singapore and Langkawi

Spend a couple of nights in the vibrant city of Singapore, enjoying at superb restaurants and world class shopping, whilst staying at the Fullerton Bay Hotel on Singapore’s marina. Then fly on to the island of Langkawi off the coast of Malaysia for beautiful white beaches, warm turquoise seas and an amazing array of wildlife in the ancient rainforest that surrounds the Datai.

From £3,980pp based on two people sharing a Deluxe Room at the Fullerton Bay and a Deluxe Room at The Datai on a B&B basis.


For a taste of Vietnam, visit the central coast which is rich in culture, beautiful scenery and white sandy beaches. With family friendly hotels set in picturesque locations, from secluded coves to bustling cities, it is easily accessible and perfect for a summer holiday. Learn how to cook traditional dishes in Hoi An and snorkel the crystal clear waters of the South China Sea whilst staying at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay.

From £2,960pp based on a family of four on a B&B basis.

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