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Southeast Asia

From Buddhist temples to Communist monuments, sailing through limestone outcrops to cruising along narrow delta canals, trekking in the highlands or exploring sacred caves, Southeast Asia really does have it all. Add to this idyllic beaches, a tempting mix of Asian and French cuisine and Angkor, one of the world’s most spectacular prehistoric temple complexes, and you have yourself the perfect holiday destination.

Stopping in for a drink at the FCC in Phnom Penh

No trip to Phnom Penh’s bustling Riverside district would be complete without stopping for a drink at the iconic Foreign Correspondents Club (FCC). First time visitors would easily be forgiven for imagining the club sprang from Cambodia’s colonial era, but the … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – Journey to Angkor Wat

Planning your upcoming holidays for 2014? This week we’ve got an inspirational photo showcase for you featuring photographs taken by Andrew Kirkby while travelling on our 15 day Journey to Angkor Wat tour through Vietnam and Cambodia. Although we know … Continue reading

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Photo Showcase – Top 10 things to do in Vietnam

First off, Happy New Year everyone! We hope you’ve had an incredible start to 2014, where ever in the world you may be! And now, as protocol dictates, it is time for us all to contemplate life changes for the … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – Thailand

With friendly hill tribes, golden temples, intoxicating cities and palm-fringed beaches, it it isn’t surprising that Thailand has earned itself the nickname ‘The Land of Smiles’. This video of the week features a beautiful compilation of shots that demonstrate exactly … Continue reading

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Getting suited and booted in Hoi An

Be prepared before you head to Hoi An, the town where tailors abound. From winter coats and dapper suits, to evening dresses, skirts and boots, the tailors in Hoi An can whip up just about any item of clothing you … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – Hoi An Ancient Town

Famed its distinctive architecture, ancient cobbled streets and picturesque riverside location, Hoi An oozes effortless appeal and is undoubtedly one of Vietnam’s finest gems. Today this former trading post is awash with bustling market stalls, fabulous restaurants and tailor-shops all … Continue reading

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Bike riding to Tra Que, Vietnam

  Having recently returned from Southeast Asia on our 15 day Journey to Angkor Wat tour, Clare Bailey tells us about one of the highlights of her trip – cycling through the Vietnamese countryside to Tra Que village where she … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – THAI-LAND

With palm-fringed beaches, gleaming temples, friendly hill tribes, intoxicating cities and delicious cuisine it is no wonder why Thailand is one of Southeast Asia’s most popular destinations. To satisfy your wanderlust we’ve launched a brand new selection of exciting group … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – Bonsai Burma

From the same film maker as Little Laos, this video of the week offers a miniturised view of Burma, a time-warped country which retains an aura of a bygone era with spectacular landscapes, golden temples and ancient stupas. See the orange glow … Continue reading

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Video of the Week – Little Laos

See Laos from a different perspective in this week’s video pick. Travelling from Vientiane to Luang Prabang and onto Nong Kiao with a tilt-shift lens in hand our filmmaker has captured a miniaturised version of this diverse and beguiling country. Explore verdant rice … Continue reading

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