Asia Tour Holidays
Asia is a vast continent of remarkable diversity, offering a world of countless wonders for the adventurous traveller. On many a seasoned globetrotter’s wish-list, China is a land of timeless beauty. Explore Beijing’s fabulous Forbidden City, walk along the Great Wall, or enjoy a scenic cruise along the River Yangtze, while in Chengdu, you can encounter China’s most cherished wild animal, the panda.
Follow the ‘Silk Road’ through Uzbekistan, visiting Samarkand and Bukhara with their mosaic-covered mosques and turquoise domes, experience Japan’s fascinating blend of ultramodern urban energy and traditional culture as you travel aboard the famous ‘Bullet Train’, or explore Burma’s pagodas, pristine jungle landscapes and the evocative colonial architecture of Yangon. In Vietnam, sail along the Mekong into the heart of Indochina and stand in awe before the magnificent temple complex of Angkor Wat, one of the world’s greatest archaeological treasures.
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Cambodia is a country filled with cultural and architectural wonders. Angkor is home to the unparalleled moated temple of Angkor Wat. With Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh, a visit to this small country enables you to delve into its past and witness how its beauty has remained intact.
See the fabulous sights of Beijing – The Great Wall and the Forbidden City; Xi’an, home to the army of Terracotta Warriors; experience the beautiful rock formations and rural China in Guilin and sail through the Three Gorges where sheer cliffs and mountain peaks rise dramatically from the water.
Japan has modern and bustling cities and the ancient capitals of Kyoto and Nara. Shadowed by the awe-inspiring Mount Fuji are, famously beautiful Japanese gardens, national parks, temples and castles. A notoriously modern icon of Japan is the Shinkansen (Bullet Train).
Thailand's capital Bangkok is the best place to begin your exploration, with its river location and the magnificent Grand Palace, located on the banks. To the north are the old cities of Ayuthaya and Sukhothai, the magic of the Golden Triangle, the nostalgic memories of the Bridge over the River Kwai and Chiang Mai.
Vietnam has long been known for its turbulent and colourful past including the activities of Ho Chi Minh. Now divided north to south only by the distinct climates, the country offers an intriguing flavour of cities, a charming collection of culture, unspoilt landscapes, pristine beaches and friendly people.
Burma – officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar – is the second largest in Southeast Asia and has a unique character that charms all its visitors which is only now unveiling itself to the wider world.