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From the electric streets of Hanoi to the colourful houses that grace the shores of Borocay, Asia is a continent packed full of adventure, spirituality and relaxation. From the top of sci-fi skyscrapers in Toyko to the pray-flags mountains of Bhutan, any traveller exploring Asia will soon realise that this region has something for everyone. Whether you are coming along for the ride as a solo traveller, taking your family or spending the children’s inheritance, Asia offers traditional experiences that are sure to leave a lasting impression.


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The birthplace of spirituality, Buddhist art and immaculate monasteries, Bhutan is an authentic and graceful country. Hike the tigers nest while you pass a kaleidoscope of pray flags and learn about the Bhutanese belief of GDH (Gross Domestic Happiness). Bhutan exudes mystery and honesty.


A country that is always on the move, Japan will offer travellers a lesson in sensory overload. A country that constantly evolves and stays ahead of the curve, Japan presents its traditional culture with elegance while remaining a world leader in innovation. An impressive bullet train system will allow you to soak up the fashion and pop culture in Harajuku and visit the fish markets of Tokyo.

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Halong Bay, Vietnam

Cruising the emerald waters in a traditional junk boat will provide you with the perfect backdrop to explore the unbelievable Halong Bay. On board, savour authentic Vietnamese cuisine in the midst of hundreds of limestone karsts rising from the idyllic waters of the bay – all from the comfort of your own balcony.

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Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Explore the many temples of Angkor Wat. Listen to locals as they guide you through each unique structure, telling stories of god-kings that once ruled the land. For Tomb Raider fans, be sure to check out Ta Prom and for the fitness travellers, time your run to take part in the yearly Angkor Wat marathon for victims of the Khmer Rouge.

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Borocay, Phillippines

An island measuring 7km in height and a tiny 500m in width, Boracay offers some of the best beaches in the world. Voted the second best beach region after Palawan in 2016, the picture perfect coastline is a romantic haven for honeymooners looking for an alternative to the classic run-of-the-mill Asia escape.

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Uda Walawe National Park, Sri Lanka

With herds of elephants, wild buffalo and the occasional leopard – Uda Walawe National Park is Sri Lanka’s top game park. Rivaling its African counterparts, this lightly vegetated park is best explored on the back of a jeep as you watch baby elephants keep up with their parents.


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