Asia is a continent that has long fascinated travellers, from the dawning of the Silk Road to the emergence of present-day superstates. 


Asia’s sights are both fabled and unknown, from the Great Wall of China to the forgotten city of Merv in Turkmenistan. Experience Buddhist imperialism in Bhutan – where western influence is nowhere to be seen – or the dizzying lights of famous Hong Kong cascading over towering skyscrapers. The bustling Old Quarter of Hanoi, Vietnam is a sight to behold, in contrast to the wilds of Borneo, which remains largely unexplored. While in Thailand, there’s a street food scene that is arguably unparalleled anywhere else in the world.

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Japanese sake tasting

Visit a traditional sake brewery in Japan

A visit to the famous Gekkei-kan brewery and museum covers every aspect of sake creation – with full-scale historical artefacts in abundance and a chance to taste different types of sake at the end of your visit. The shop is also fully stocked with some of Japan’s finest sake should you wish to bring some back home with you!

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Dine under the stars on a Halong Bay cruise

The limestone islands of Halong Bay are spectacular by day, but take on a whole new atmosphere when the stars come out. Settle in for an incredible candle-lit dinner on the deck of your comfortable overnight junk boat – it’s the best way to enjoy this World Heritage-listed pearl.

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Explore Chitwan National Park with resident naturalists

Step inside the living room of the Bengal tiger in Nepal – Chitwan National Park. Guided by resident naturalists, explore the park’s rich biodiversity and learn about its habitat conservation program, finishing with an afternoon safari showcasing the park’s flora and fauna. Rhino's, Monkeys, sloth bears and hornbills may prove easier to spot than the elusive king of the jungle.

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Cruise the Mekong River to discover hidden caves

See Laos’ most captivating town from a different angle on a slow boat trip down the iconic Mekong River. Experience remote village life, stop to visit the atmospheric Pak Ou caves, and enjoy lunch on board. A sunset along the Mekong is one of the essential experiences in Luang Prabang, Laos’ most captivating town.

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Dine with a local Indian Family

Famous as the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s novel Kim, Bundi today is known for its series of step-wells ('baoris'), old houses, narrow streets, and the remarkable Taragarh Fort. After dinner with a local family, retire to a tented camp that feels like stepping back in time, full of historic ambience.

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Explore slow life in the Cambodian countryside

Venture to a rural farming community for a stroll around the rice fields and Cambodian stilt homes. It’s a great opportunity to witness life in a typical Cambodian farming village, and to learn about the important work Husk Cambodia does in improving lives in the local community. The day concludes with a sunset drink at a scenic lookout point.

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Get a local perspective on the Terracotta Warriors

Visit a family restaurant near China’s famous Terracotta Warriors and hear a different side of Chinese history. Over a lunch of simple yet delicious Chinese cuisine, the owner provides firsthand insight into the local changes brought about by the excavation of this famous Chinese treasure. It’s a fascinating snapshot of both new and old China.

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Learn about post-Tsunami life in Ban Talae Nok Village

Be welcomed into this small seaside village in Southern Thailand to see first-hand how residents have rebuilt their lives since this devastating event. Enjoy some lunch, pay a visit to a women’s workshop where beautiful hand-crafted soap is made, and try your hand at preparing the local grilled coconut wrapped in leaf.

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