Far East

From luscious tropical islands to glittering modern cities, the Far East is hugely diverse with much to see and do, depending the kind of holiday you’re looking for. You could explore the vivid green tea plantations of Vietnam before heading to the country’s beautiful coastline. Escape to Bali for a romantic island stay. Witness the incredible cherry blossom in Japan and eat delicious sushi all day long. Or head to Malaysia’s stunning islands and the clean, vibrant city of Singapore. Whether you want to absorb yourself in Buddhist traditions, lie on a beach or witness first-hand the spectacle Cambodia’s Ankgor Wat temples, the far east is full of many tempting flavours and colourful places.

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Thailand

Thailand

Bordered by Burma, Laos and Cambodia, Thailand can be found in central Southeast Asia and is home to idyllic beaches, dense rainforests, ancient temples and vibrant, bustling cities. The hill tribes in the north, and the beaches in the south, offer vast cultural contrasts.

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Vietnam

Vietnam

Vietnam borders China, Laos and Cambodia, and has the South China Sea on its eastern and southern coast. With the Mekong Delta and exquisite beaches in the south, and ancient cities and tribal culture in the north, Vietnam is hugely diverse. Steeped in history due to its war-ridden past, this country is both fascinating and romantic.

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Indonesia

Indonesia

The Indonesian archipelago contains over 13,000 islands, placed across the equator. From picturesque Bali with its rice paddies, beaches and volcanoes, to the remote island of Sumba, there are many opportunities to enjoy excellent diving and to explore lush rainforests. With religions ranging from Balinese Hinduism to Islam, Indonesia is rich in culture and heritage.

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Burma

Burma

Turn the clock back with a trip to Burma and find yourself warmly welcomed by the locals. With ancient temples, colourful markets and stunning scenery, Burma (Myanmar) is one of Southeast Asia’s best destinations for an adventurious tailor-made holiday. Situated on the crossroads of two of Asia’s greatest civilisations, India and China, Burma’s travel experiences are simply unparalleled.

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Cambodia

Cambodia

Cambodia contains the Mekong River and Tonlé Sap; the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. The famous Angkor Wat temple complex is an impressive UNESCO world-heritage site, and the capital Phnom Penh offers French colonial architecture. Cambodia is known for its beautiful rural and coastal landscape and many interesting cultures.

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China

China

China's cultural riches and tumultuous history place it among the world’s greatest travel destinations. From Shanghai's skyscrapers to Beijing's ancient treasures, The Great Wall, and Xian's Terracotta Army; China contains over 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city-state situated on China's southern coast, and it is enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea. Hong Kong has a rich culture and heritage, which is extremely diverse. Hong Kong has a colonial past, and its historical sites, museums, and excellent markets make it an interesting place for any traveller.

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Japan

Japan

Japan is an island nation, located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan. Japan is a place of contrasts, where high-tech meets natural spectacle. The famous bullet train connects Tokyo to the ancient imperial capital of Kyoto, and the Hakone National Park contains the magnificent Mount Fuji, cherry blossoms and hot springs for a change from the Japans fast-paced cities.

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Laos

Laos

Landlocked Indo-Chinese Laos is a fascinating country with a sparse population and breathtaking natural beauty. Laos is unspoilt, very scenic and has become popular for its relaxed style of living and for retaining elements of the 'original Asia' lost elsewhere.

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Malaysia

Malaysia

Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia and the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the north coast of the island of Borneo. Several indigenous cultures and customs fuse together in Malaysia, and these are found across a diverse range of landscapes, from big cities to tranquil beaches, to the incredible wildlife in the Borneo jungles.

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Philippines

Philippines

The Philippines is one of the most diverse archipelagos in Southeast Asia, with over 7,000 islands in the Pacific Ocean. The charming people, clear waters and white beaches make the islands some of the most beautiful on earth, and the Philippines also has superb diving and snorkelling opportunities.

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Singapore

Singapore

Singapore is a city-state in south-east Asia, separated from Malaysia by the Singapore Strait. This clean and modern city has fabulous dining and entertainment opportunities. With many different things to do, from cultural Chinatown and its traditional markets, to the food markets of Boat Quay and the area of Geylang Serai, Singapore is an interesting and diverse place.

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