Exotic, beguiling and staggeringly diverse, the Far East blends ancient tradition with high-tech modernity. East of the Indian Subcontinent, the lands of the former Indochina – Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos together with the islands of Indonesia and Japan offer sacred temples, unique hill tribes, surprising wildlife and unparalleled scenery. Speak to our Far East specialists to design a journey of discovery exploring one area in depth or travelling across several regions, combining well-known highlights with special local experiences.
Tropical Jungles, sprawling temple ruins, sizzling street food and beautiful unspoiled beaches, Cambodia is a richly diverse destination that lures people to it year after year. Cambodia is a great destination for families, couples and solo travelers alike.
Hong KongHong Kong
Bustling night markets, towering skyscrapers & sprawling mountainous landscapes. Whether it’s hiking in the mountains, or freshly steamed wonton that draws you to Hong Kong, this destination has something to offer everyone.
Home to thousands of volcanic islands and ethnic groups speaking many different languages, Indonesia offers a culturally fascinating and explorative adventure. Discover the Komodo Dragons of Flores or relax on the stunning beaches of Lombok and swim with turtles in…
Shrines, Geisha’s & cherry blossom, these are but a few things Japan is famous for. From snow-capped mountains to tropical beaches, super high-tech hotels In Tokyo, to traditional Japanese Ryokan’s in the hills, Japan really is a country of contrasts.
Luscious landscapes, sleepy fishing villages, golden Wats and silent monks, Laos is a truly captivating country. Kayak down the Mekong, trek through the beautiful Karst Mountains and marvel at the gorgeous French architecture in Vientiane.
Malaysia is an underrated gem, blessed with pristine beaches, colonial history and rainforests filled with an impressive array of natural wonders and wildlife. Discover skyscrapers and fine dining in Kuala Lumpur or head to Borneo to see the endangered Orang-Utan.
Myanmar (formerly Burma) is one of Asia’s most unspoiled regions, yet is both friendly and accessible and contains some of its greatest treasures including the magnificent temple complex at Bagan and the unique stilt-communities on beautiful Inle Lake.
South KoreaSouth Korea
From tranquil Buddhist temples and UNESCO-listed fortresses, tombs and villages, to the shimmering skyscrapers of Seoul, South Korea’s juxtaposition of ancient tradition and fast-paced modernity make it truly unique. Fantastic for foodies, history buffs and technophiles alike!
Thailand is known as the ‘land of smiles’ and it’s easy to understand why. Incredibly diverse, the country has something for every kind of traveller – from idyllic islands and remote jungle hideaways teeming with rare wildlife, to Buddhist temples…
Boasting hill tribe Villages, traditional junk boats, beautiful beaches and mouth- watering cuisine, Vietnam is simply entrancing. Its unique geography means that there’s always one part of the country that enjoys great weather whatever month you go!