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1 Half Day Chiang Mai Temples
Half Day Chiang Mai Temples

Tour the temples fr £16pp

Discover the ancient city of Chiang Mai and visit its most impressive temples on this fascinating half-day tour. Enjoy a whistle-stop journey through the city’s 700 years of history, beginning with a scenic drive up a winding road that overlooks Chiang Mai. Gaze down at the green garden city from up high en route to the 600-year-old Wat Phra That Doi Suthep temple.

Once inside, your eyes will be drawn to the chedi, a structure that houses religious relics. The copper-plated chedi is topped by a glorious, five-tier gold spire and the relics of the Lord Buddha rest inside. Back in the city, visit the Wat Saun Dok temple, which means flower garden. Next stop is Wat Chedi Louang temple which dates back to the 14th century. Saffron-robed monks make pilgrimages here to pray at the shrines.

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1 Half Day Chiang Mai Temples

Half Day Chiang Mai Temples

 
2 Batu Caves Tour
Batu Caves Tour

Crafty trip to the caves fr £22pp

This trip to the outskirts of the city along the Ambassador Row includes the Istana Sharif Ali and Malay Villages. First stop is at Royal Selangor Pewter, the largest and most modern pewter factory in the world, known internationally for its high quality and craftsmanship. You will be shown the different processes, such as casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering and engraving during this factory tour.

Next you stop at a Batik factory to see the design and printing processes. Then arrive at the limestone hills of Batu Caves, a complex that is made up of three caverns and several smaller caves. It is the shrine of Lord Murugah, a Hindu deity, and a flight of 272 steps lead up to the temple cave. Another cave, called the museum cave, is filled with images of gods and murals depicting scenes from the Hindu scriptures


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2 Batu Caves Tour

Batu Caves Tour

 
3 Kuala Lumpur City Tour
Kuala Lumpur City Tour

OK tour of KL fr £22pp

Despite its amazing growth over the years, Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur has managed to keep its charm, with a skyline that blends the old and new. On this comprehensive tour you see the contrast of old Moorish architecture and the modern skyscrapers such as the Petronas Twin Towers. Drive past the elegant Jamek Mosque before making a photo stop at the Royal Palace.

Then visit the National Museum and later take a stroll at the beautiful Lake Gardens near to the National Monument. Other highlights of the tour include the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, renowned for its many cupolas, minarets and Arabic arches, the King's Palace and the world famous Petronas Towers. You also stop along the way to see the art of jewellery making.

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3 Kuala Lumpur City Tour

Kuala Lumpur City Tour

 
4 Jungle Trek
Jungle Trek

Joy of the jungle fr £28pp

This trip is a moderate trek of three hours into the tropical rainforest that gives you the perfect opportunity to get up close to nature in Langkawi. An experienced guide will show you a few of Langkawi's 400 tree species, and you will see lots of birds, butterflies and monkeys. Spend the first two hours in the jungle during the day and the last one as night falls.

Then, you will have a completely different experience and see lots of nocturnal animals with a great chance to spot flying lemurs, flying squirrels, maybe even a civet or one of the more than 40 snake species. This jungle trek is an unforgettable trip for anybody who wants to experience more of Langkawi's beautiful, natural biodiversity.


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4 Jungle Trek

Jungle Trek

 
5 Nature Cycling Tour
Nature Cycling Tour

Cycle of nature fr £28pp

There is no better way to experience the sights and sounds of the island of Langkawi than by taking this Nature Cycling tour. You can ride your bicycle through river banks, paddy fields and forests during this three to four hour bike trip, seeing so many of the natural wonders and meeting the friendly locals as you pedal around the countryside.

Once on your bike you will experience Langkawi from a total different perspective and you will be surprised what and who you will meet on the way and during various stops. This tour is a good way to get a glimpse of daily life in the villages and is great fun for all the family as well as being a healthy way to get around seeing much more than if you were walking the same route.

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5 Nature Cycling Tour

Nature Cycling Tour

 
6 Doi Suthep City Temples Tour
Doi Suthep City Temples Tour

Head for the temples fr £28pp

This makes a good tour to start off your stay in Chiang Mai by giving you an overview of the beautiful city and its 700 years of history. Take the winding road up the side of the hill overlooking the city to visit the most significant temple in Chiang Mai, the 600 year-old Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, which is 3,500 feet above sea level. Inside is the symbol of the city, the copper-plated Chedi, topped by a five-tier gold parasol.

The climb up the 306 steps of the Naga staircase - a Thai mythological Dragon-headed serpent - is well worth the effort to see the views. Then back in the city you also visit the King's glorious flower garden temple at Wat Saun Dok with its large central Stupa and Wat Chedi Louang which consists of an impressive Chedi, which was originally built in 1411.

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6 Doi Suthep City Temples Tour

Doi Suthep City Temples Tour

 
7 Private Georgetown Wet Market Tour
Private Georgetown Wet Market Tour

Get ready to haggle fr £29pp

Meet your driver and guide early in the morning and travel to the oldest wet market in Georgetown. Take a stroll around and see the locals haggling noisily over the prices of fresh food, cheap clothes and knick-knacks. You can also try your hand at this 'fun' experience as your guide is always on hand to help with the bargaining process.

At the market you can enjoy breakfasts, possibly trying some of the local dishes such as Roti Bakar, Kopi O and Teh Tarik. From here, continue on to Little India, a Market Street with its spice, saree and accessory shops. You will certainly experience a different atmosphere from the wet market and here you will be able to buy lots of souvenirs.

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7 Private Georgetown Wet Market Tour

Private Georgetown Wet Market Tour

 
8 Kuala Lumpur Cultural and Heritage Tour
Kuala Lumpur Cultural and Heritage Tour

On the heritage trail fr £30pp

Despite its breathtaking growth over the years, Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur has managed to keep its charm, with a skyline that blends the old and new. And on this comprehensive cultural tour you see the contrast of old Moorish architecture and the modern skyscrapers such as the Petronas Twin Towers while learning all about the history and heritage of the city.

You are taken through the Heritage Trails of the early cultures in Malaysia gaining an insight into the country's multi–cultural society. Places of interest along the way include Chan See Shu Yuen Clan House (one of the most interesting clan House in Malaysia), Chinatown, Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, the bustling Central Market, Sze Yeh Temple, Jamek Mosque and the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.

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8 Kuala Lumpur Cultural and Heritage Tour

Kuala Lumpur Cultural and Heritage Tour

 
9 The Silk Route of Jim Thompson
The Silk Route of Jim Thompson

Smooth as silk! fr £32pp

This tour begins with a visit to the Jim Thompson House. Located along a canal in the city centre, this beautiful teak mansion was the former residence of Jim Thompson, the charismatic American silk merchant. Made up of several traditional teak buildings amid a leafy compound, Thompson spent years filling it with priceless antiques before his mysterious disappearance in 1967.

You take a tour through the house where you learn more about the man himself, his involvement in the silk trade as well as facts about Thai culture and tradition. After the tour, cross the canal to Baan Krua, a Cham Muslim village whose artisans used to weave for Jim Thompson. Today, some of the original weaving families still remain and welcome visitors to learn about their history and traditions.

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9 The Silk Route of Jim Thompson

The Silk Route of Jim Thompson

 
10 Georgetown City Explorer
Georgetown City Explorer

A great trip, by George fr £32pp

Georgetown, the capital of Penang and named after King George III of England, is an interesting blend of old and new and is listed by UNESCO as a world heritage city. It has a great range of arts and culture and is definitely not a place to miss when visiting the island of Penang. On this tour you stop first at the famous Golden reclining Bhudda, which is one of the largest in Asia.

This is followed by a visit to the Penang Colonial Museum which houses a collection of historical items. Drive past the colourful Little India and bustling Chinatown, one of the many old and cherished charms of Georgetown. Next stop is the world’s fourth largest reclining Buddha statue at Wat Chayamangkal. This fascinating tour makes a great introduction to the holiday island of Penang.

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10 Georgetown City Explorer

Georgetown City Explorer

 
11 Afternoon Rice Barge Cruise
Afternoon Rice Barge Cruise

Rice and easy does it! fr £32pp

This fun tour is the perfect lazy afternoon introduction to Bangkok. A traditional long tail boat ride takes you along the small colourful canals on the Thonburi side of the river where local life exists as it has for centuries. See the families preparing their meals, washing their clothes and exchange smiles with the children as they play along the waters edge

Later leave your long tail boat and hop aboard another traditional vessel, a converted rice barge 'Wan Fah' for another leisurely cruise back down the river while enjoying soft drinks and plenty of local fruit. During this part of the trip you will have a grandstand view of some of Bangkok’s most famous sites - the Wat Arun (the ornate Temple of Dawn), the Grand Palace and the Royal Barges.

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11 Afternoon Rice Barge Cruise

Afternoon Rice Barge Cruise

 
12 Penang Hill & Temple Tour
Penang Hill & Temple Tour

Temple is a real high spot fr £33pp

On this fascinating tour you head for the hills and visit one of the largest Buddhist temples in South East Asia. Kek Lok Si Temple is also known as the Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas. A seven tier Pagoda dominates this stunning building, which is influenced by the architectural styles of the Thais, Burmese and Chinese and watched over by a beautiful bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy.

Next you take a funicular train ride up Penang Hill to enjoy this cool retreat away from the tropical heat below. On top of the hill you have a great panoramic view of the capital city George Town and see lots of exotic flora and fauna. There is so much to see and do when visiting Penang and this hill and temple tour will probably be one of the highlights of your visit.

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12 Penang Hill & Temple Tour

Penang Hill & Temple Tour

 
13 Boran Bang Pli Market & Temple Tour
Boran Bang Pli Market & Temple Tour

Banter and Buddhas fr £34pp

On this fun tour you get to explore a bustling and colourful local market and a temple that hides a huge surprise. You are picked up from your hotel and begin with a visit to the quaint market of Boran Bang Pli, where a wide range of fresh fruits and vegetables are on display. This traditional Thai market has an array of interesting stalls and you can enjoy talking to the traders.

After you bartering and banter, you leave the market and are taken to visit Wat Bang Phi Yai Klang, which is on the northern bank of the Khlong Samrong. This magnificent temple houses one of the most impressive statues in the city - the huge reclining Buddha image known as Somdet Phra Sakayamuni Si Sumet Bophit . . . which is almost as long as its name.

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13 Boran Bang Pli Market & Temple Tour

Boran Bang Pli Market & Temple Tour

 
14 Private Phuket Island Tour
Private Phuket Island Tour

Take a great private tour fr £34pp

This cultural and scenic treat will enrich your holiday memories as you experience the charm of Phuket, known as the Pearl of the Andaman. Take in the natural beauty of Phuket Island as you are driven along quiet beach roads admiring the stunning views in and around Phuket and seeing all of the island's best scenic spots.

This tour gives you an insight to the Island and includes a visit to Phuket Town to see the Sino-Portuguese style buildings with time to wander around the local market or appreciate the distinctive architecture. Other attractions visited are Wat Chalong, Big Buddha at Chalong, and a Cashew Nut grove. You end with a visit to the famous sunset viewpoint at Promthep Cape which has one of the island's most beautiful views.

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14 Private Phuket Island Tour

Private Phuket Island Tour

 
15 Langkawi Island Tour
Langkawi Island Tour

Take a look at Langkawi fr £36pp

This fascinating tour will take you through the urban and rural areas of legendary Langkawi. The journey begins with a visit to a showcase of the local cottage industry where you will see the process of traditional batik painting using wax and dyes. Travel on to Makam Mahsuri then go up the second highest mountain in a cable car ride and get bird's eye views of the island.

Later visit the Rice Garden, one of Langkawi’s eco-tourism attractions where you will be able to see a long stretch of paddy field. Apart from merely looking at the green paddy, you will also get to learn more about their specific species and see the scary scarecrows that are placed in the middle of the field. This island tour of Langkawi is both fun and informative.

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15 Langkawi Island Tour

Langkawi Island Tour

 
16 Symphony of Lights Junk Cruise
Symphony of Lights Junk Cruise

Light up your evening fr £37pp

To have the ultimate Hong Kong experience is to have absorbed its history and been enraptured by the intoxicating harbour views and skyline on board Aqua Luna – possibly the last painstakingly handcrafted traditional Chinese junk to be built in Hong Kong using age-old designs. Aqua Luna is also known as Cheung Po Tsai in Cantonese, after the infamous Cheung Chau island pirate that used to terrorise the local waters.

The Symphony of Lights has been awarded the world's "Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show" by Guinness World Records. This nightly spectacle combines the interactive lights of 33 key buildings on both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with musical effects to showcase the vibrancy and glamorous night vista of Victoria Harbour. Board the authentic Chinese junk for this unforgettable Hong Kong by night cruise.

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16 Symphony of Lights Junk Cruise

Symphony of Lights Junk Cruise

 
17 Coral Island
Coral Island

Koh coral calling! fr £38pp

It's always tempting to just relax on the beach or beside your hotel pool soaking up the tropical sunshine whenever you visit the fabulous Thai island of Koh Samui. But it's worth getting up off that sunbed for a few hours to take this wonderful cruise out to a coral island where you can go exploring or even revert to being lazy all over again.

Your adventure begins when you board a traditional Thai long tail boat for the journey out to Coral Island. When you arrive lunch is served at the small island restaurant and there is lots of free time for snorkelling and swimming in the clear blue waters, or just relaxing in the sun. This popular trip makes a fun day out for all the family during any holiday in Koh Samui.

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17 Coral Island

Coral Island

 
18 Bangkok Temples Tour
Bangkok Temples Tour

Lots of Wats to visit fr £39pp

Thailand is predominantly a Buddhist country with around 95 per cent of Thai's practicing the Theravada discipline of the faith. Therefore on the streets of Bangkok it is not unusual to see monks walking along the road and it is no surprise that Thailand has more than 26,000 Wat's (the local name for temple). You cannot leave without taking this half-day tour and visiting three of the most significant ones in Bangkok.

Renowned for their cultural values and sacredness, the first is the Wat Trimit, known as the temple of the Golden Buddha, which protects the three meter tall Buddha statue crafted from 5.5 tons of solid gold. Then as you pass through Chinatown you will see the second and oldest temple called Wat Pho also known as the temple of the reclining Buddha. Third and final stop is at the marble temple of Wat Benchamabophit.

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18 Bangkok Temples Tour

Bangkok Temples Tour

 
19 Krabi Rainforest Discovery Tour
Krabi Rainforest Discovery Tour

A walk in the park fr £42pp

Spend time in the rainforest at Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park on this full-day tour, which includes hotel transfers and lunch, during which you can take a dip in hot thermal springs, freshwater pools, take a jungle walk, visit a rainforest temple and more! After being collected from your hotel, relax and enjoy the scenic journey to the Krabi Rainforest in Khao Nor Chu Chi National Park.

Your first stop is at the park's thermal spring pools whose natural mineral salts are believed to soothe tired and aching muscles. Stretch your legs on a jungle walk through the rainforest next on a visit to Thung Theo, which, rich in bio-diversity, is the last remaining major lowland rainforest in Thailand. The aptly named Emerald Pool is your next destination, a beautifully warm, crystal-clear pool fed by a river which at 1-2 metres deep, is perfect for bathing. Your final stop on the tour is at the Tiger Cave Temple, or Wat Tum Seua, a unique forest temple with 1,000-year-old trees and caves.

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19 Krabi Rainforest Discovery Tour

Krabi Rainforest Discovery Tour

 
20 Chinatown Walk & Shopping
Chinatown Walk & Shopping

Check out Chinatown fr £44pp

On this popular tour will be collected from your hotel and driven to Chinatown, where you start an interesting walk experiencing the buzzing energy of one of Bangkok's most fascinating quarters. All of life is here in the market stalls, street side restaurants and side alleys. After your morning strolling around the neighbourhood you are treated to a traditional early light lunch of Chinese Tea and Dim Sum.

There is always so much to see and do while staying in the Thai capital Bangkok, with its many temples, colourful markets, famous palaces, Buddha statues and bustling waterways. But it is well worth taking a tour or two and this visit to quirky Chinatown gives you a great chance to meet lots of street characters and will leave you with great memories and lots of super photographs.


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20 Chinatown Walk & Shopping

Chinatown Walk & Shopping

 
21 Half Day Krabi Four Islands by Speedboat
Half Day Krabi Four Islands by Speedboat

The fantastic four fr £46pp

On this half-day excursion you explore the four islands off Krabi. The trip starts when you are picked up from your hotel and taken to the quay on the Krabi River. The first stop is Tup Island where at low tide a sand bar emerges from the clear waters linking the larger Chicken Island to the two smaller islands of Koh Mor and Tup. This picturesque spot is known as Talay Waek which means divided sea.

Phra Nang Island has one of the most well-known beaches in all Asia, renowned for its spectacular stalactites. Chicken Island has beautiful beaches with fine white sand and here you can go swimming or snorkeling or just relax in the shade of the swaying palm-trees and enjoy the sun. This area is a scuba-diver’s heaven with a variety of multi-coloured tropical fish and coral in crystal clear waters.

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21 Half Day Krabi Four Islands by Speedboat

Half Day Krabi Four Islands by Speedboat

 
22 Chiang Rai Sightseeing & Temples
Chiang Rai Sightseeing & Temples

TRISHAWS AND TEMPLES fr £46pp

There are so many sights to see in and around Chaing Rai while on holiday in Thailand, but this fun tour takes some beating. You begin with a Trishaw ride through Chiang Rai's residential area and market place and visit Wat Phra Keaw temple which once, during the 13th century, housed the famous Emerald Buddha which is now in the capital Bangkok.

When holidaying in Thailand it is tempting to spend most of your time relaxing on a beach or around a hotel pool soaking up the tropical sun, but there are lots of tempting tours that can be taken and this is certainly one of the best. You are taken through the charming rural areas surrounding Chiang Mai and as well as seeing beautiful temples you experience the traditional Thai way of life.

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22 Chiang Rai Sightseeing & Temples

Chiang Rai Sightseeing & Temples

 
23 Grand Palace Half Day Tour
Grand Palace Half Day Tour

Go green and tour the palace fr £46pp

The most important of all Thai monuments, the beautiful Grand Palace, has to be the one must-see item on your Bangkok agenda. The Palace was the residence of the early Chakri dynasty kings built some 210 years ago. The architecture is so stunning and breathtaking that you will need to have your camera ready at all times as you walk around.

Within the extensive palace grounds is the most sacred and important of all Thai temples, the Wat Phra Kaew, containing the most revered Buddha image in the country, the Emerald Buddha, made from one solid piece of translucent green jade. To round off the tour you call in at a local lapidary factory and showroom where you will be able to buy locally made jewellery, handicrafts and silk at competitive prices.

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23 Grand Palace Half Day Tour

Grand Palace Half Day Tour

 
24 Mangrove Kayak Trip
Mangrove Kayak Trip

Magical mangroves fr £47pp

You wil experience the beautiful mangroves of Langkawi island on this kayaking adventure and get in some good exercise during this five hour trip. A guide will show you how to best handle the kayaks and tell you all about the flaura, fauna and the exotic wild animals you are likely to encounter as you paddle through the swamps.

This is a day where you will get a good close up look at the ecology of the mangroves whilst gliding with your kayak through a smaller area in the jungle away from the larger rivers. During this adventurous and rewarding tour you are likely to see monkeys, snakes, eagles, otters, rare and colourful birds and fearsome monitor lizards.

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24 Mangrove Kayak Trip

Mangrove Kayak Trip

 
25 Dinner Cruise on the Loy Nava Rice Barge
Dinner Cruise on the Loy Nava Rice Barge

Romance is in the fare! fr £47pp

Experience a romantic Bangkok evening in style on the luxury Loy Nava rice barge cruise that has been converted into one of Bangkok's finest dining venues. While cruising along the Chao Phraya River you will pass all the glittering sights, from the stunning Temple of Dawn, the illuminated Grand Palace, magnificent temples, striking bridges and other Bangkok landmarks.

This great cruise offers a perfectly relaxing night time experience in Bangkok that you will never forget and makes a great beginning or end to any holiday in the capital. On board, while the boat drifts slowly along the river, you will enjoy a sumptuous dinner and entertainment from traditional Thai dancers making it a real evening to remember.

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25 Dinner Cruise on the Loy Nava Rice Barge

Dinner Cruise on the Loy Nava Rice Barge

 
26 Sea Cave Canoe at Ao Luk
Sea Cave Canoe at Ao Luk

You'll rave about the caves fr £47pp

On this fascinating tour you visit Ao Luk National Park, Lod Cave and Hua Galok Cave to see 5,000 year old cave paintings and impressive stalactites. Lod Cave has a navigable stream flowing through it and the whole area is dotted with caves. This is a great day for taking pictures to show friends and family back home.

This area of southern Thailand’s Andaman coast is an almost other-worldly region of labyrinthine archipelagos, where islands seem to erupt vertically out of the sea. With attractions including hot springs, a wildlife sanctuary, the sea caves, flourishing coral reefs, exotic marine life and limestone cliffs it is one of Thailand's most picturesque areas.

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26 Sea Cave Canoe at Ao Luk

Sea Cave Canoe at Ao Luk

 
27 Kiulu White Water Rafting
Kiulu White Water Rafting

Get in the white mood fr £48pp

On this exciting action packed adventure you begin by travelling north of Kota Kinabalu to the Kiulu River. On this journey you will pass quaint villages, scenic countryside and the rural town of Tamparuli. On arrival at the river you have a short safety briefing on the bank then it's off to experience a memorable trip through foaming rapids.

With headwaters from Mt. Kinabalu, the river provides a grade two to grade three experience, which is perfect for newcomers to the sport. Deep pools punctuate the river rapids, giving you ample opportunities to indulge in body rafting or swimming. The river journey takes around one and a half hours, depending on the force of the waters, and is topped off with a delicious lunch before returning to the city.

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27 Kiulu White Water Rafting

Kiulu White Water Rafting

 
28 Ayutthaya Day Cruise
Ayutthaya Day Cruise

Water, water everywhere fr £49pp

While staying in Bangkok there is no better way to get a real flavour for the city than by taking an Ayutthaya Day Cruise on board the Grand Pearl. You are picked up early from your hotel and taken to join your vessel for a memorable trip along the 'River of Kings' seeing the floating markets and witnessing life along the banks.

This day cruise around the waterways of the city is one of the most popular tours run by Ayutthaya and you will see all the famous sights of Bangkok from the comfort of your boat. As you pass the floating markets you will see the women in their colourful outfits bartering for goods as they have for centuries. The company also has a fantastic range of other trips at competitive prices including a popular sunset cruise.

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28 Ayutthaya Day Cruise

Ayutthaya Day Cruise

 
29 Colours of Chiang Mai by Bike
Colours of Chiang Mai by Bike

TAKE A BIKE INSTEAD OF A HIKE fr £50pp

When holidaying in Thailand it is tempting to spend all your time relaxing on a beach or around a hotel pool soaking up the tropical sun, but there are lots of tempting tours that can be taken and this is certainly one of them. You are taken on a five hour cycling trip through the charming rural areas surrounding Chiang Mai, visiting a school and temples, and experiencing the traditional Thai way of life in the countryside.

A bike tour in Chiang Mai and the surrounding areas is a great way to explore Northern Thailand, where landscape meets culture, making it the perfect location for biking enthusiasts and those who want to discover old Thailand. With mountains, rivers and forests Chiang Mai and the entire province provide some of the best mountain biking, as well as some leisurely and scenic routes, in all of the country.

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29 Colours of Chiang Mai by Bike

Colours of Chiang Mai by Bike

 
30 Half Day Around the Island Tour
Half Day Around the Island Tour

Rock up for a great trip fr £50pp

You'll see all the main sights on this discovery tour around Samui. First stop is at the famous Chaweng Beach with its powdery white sand which contrasts vividly with the clear blue sea. Then it's on to see the Grandma and Grandpa rocks, which have been formed by the elements into huge unusual formations. These rocks create a lot of humorous interest among tourists and you will see why.

Time to take pictures of the rocks before being taken to visit some nearby fishing villages and later going shopping in Nathon Town, the capital of Koh Samui, a good place to find handicrafts that make wonderful souvenirs. When staying on Koh Samui it is tempting to just chill out on the beaches or around your hotel pool, but there are lots of fun tours to take, and this is one of them.



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30 Half Day Around the Island Tour

Half Day Around the Island Tour

 
31 Bridge Over the River Kwai Day Tour
Bridge Over the River Kwai Day Tour

Make tracks to that famous bridge fr £51pp

Take a trip back into more recent history with a memorable day out to the River Kwai and its famous bridge. The river lies in Kanchanaburi province to the west of Bangkok, and the first part of the tour covers sightseeing in the provincial town itself, the bridge, and the allied war cemeteries, which is a moving experience.

One of the many highlights of the tour is a train ride along the death railway up to the end of the line at Nam Tok where you see a beautiful waterfall. The train slows down at the most spectacular viewpoints en route for some great photos of the stunning jungle scenery. Lunch is taken at a local restaurant, and afterwards there is also a long tail boat ride along the Kwai Noi River to enjoy.

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31 Bridge Over the River Kwai Day Tour

Bridge Over the River Kwai Day Tour

 
32 River Kwai Tour with Train Ride
River Kwai Tour with Train Ride

Don't ask Kwai, just go fr £51pp

One must tour to take while visiting Thailand is to the famous Bridge over the River Kwai. You begin by travelling to the town of Kanchanaburi to see the bridge and the infamous ‘Death Railway.’ You will visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Museum and the moving and beautifully tended War Cemetery

Then continue by road to Pakseng for lunch at a traditional restaurant, before boarding the train for a thrilling ride across wooden viaducts towards the border with Burma. The train ride provides even more fantastic scenery along the Kwai River and during this memorable day you will learn all about the lives of the Allied POWs who suffered so terribly at the hands of the Japanese in the Second World War.

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32 River Kwai Tour with Train Ride

River Kwai Tour with Train Ride

 
33 Ayung Whitewater Rafting
Ayung Whitewater Rafting

Whitewater and white knuckles fr £51pp

This Bali experience will simply take your breath away. Meeting strict safety and service standards, the Ayung River rafting trip will challenge you every step of the way. The thrilling adventure begins in the foothills of the sacred Mount Agung and from the moment you drop into the first set of rapids with your experienced guide your heart will be racing and adrenalin pumping.

In a continual spray of white clear water, you will rush past steep banks while rafting straight through cascading waterfalls of cold natural spring water. The guides will give you instruction and work with you to safely navigate the raft through torrents, twists, tight turns and rapids. And when its over there are modern showers and changing facilities complete with fresh towels.

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33 Ayung Whitewater Rafting

Ayung Whitewater Rafting

 
34 Village Cycling
Village Cycling

On your bike for the best of Bali fr £52pp

Take to two wheels and discover the glorious Balinese countryside by mountain bike. Using branded bikes and equipment, your adventure begins with a vehicle transfer to the start point of your desired route and will include the services of an English speaking guide throughout. The group size is no larger than 20 and there are two exciting options to choose from.

Either ride to Kintamani Volcano, the best spot for views of Mount Batur, an active volcano which sits alongside Lake Batur passing scenic countryside and small villages and stopping at the artisan’s colony at Ubud for lunch or take the trip to Jatiluwih Rice Paddy which offers superb vistas in all directions and are a marvel to behold. This adventure ends with a sumptuous lunch overlooking the stunning scenery.



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34 Village Cycling

Village Cycling

 
35 Full Day Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan
Full Day Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan

CRYING SHAME TO MISS THE TEARDROPS fr £53pp

For both an exciting and relaxing tour when on holiday in Thailand, they don't come much better than this. You take a speedboat across the sea for a day of swimming, snorkeling and relaxing soaking up the sunshine at Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan where you will find crystal clear waters and see colourful corals. Lunch will be at a local restaurant on Koh Tao.

As well as seeing the exotic marine life and coral around Koh Tao, today you will also experience the beautiful tiny island of Koh Nang Yuan which is made up of three little teardrops of land connected by a massive sandbar. It's a place where picture postcard dreams are made because of its unique topography, blindingly white sand beaches and shores teeming with fish.

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35 Full Day Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan

Full Day Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan

 
36 Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan by Speedboat
Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan by Speedboat

PICTURE POSTCARD PERFECTION fr £53pp

For both an exciting and relaxing tour when on holiday in Thailand, they don't come much better than this. You take a speedboat across the sea for a day of swimming, snorkeling and relaxing soaking up the sunshine at Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan where you will find crystal clear waters and see colourful corals. Lunch will be at a local restaurant on Koh Tao.

As well as seeing the exotic marine life and coral around Koh Tao, today you will also experience the beautiful tiny island of Koh Nang Yuan which is made up of three little teardrops of land connected by a massive sandbar. It's a place where picture postcard dreams are made because of its unique topography, blindingly white sand beaches and shores teeming with fish.

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36 Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan by Speedboat

Koh Tao & Koh Nang Yuan by Speedboat

 
37 Bird Watching Tour
Bird Watching Tour

Strictly for the birds fr £53pp

During this five hour trip it may be possible to spot some of more than 230 species of birds in the jungles, rice fields and rivers of Langkawi. An experienced guide will take you first up to the Gunung Raya to try to spot the mountain birds, including the Great Hornbill, as he knows exactly where most of the rare species can be found.

A lot of migratory birds visit Langkawi from November until April, but even without these visitors the island is a birders paradise all year round. During the trip you will also see birds in the lowlands and paddy fields. You can bring your own binoculars but they will be provided if you need them. This tour is just perfect for anybody interested in the islands native birds and wildlife.

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37 Bird Watching Tour

Bird Watching Tour

 
38 Floating Market Morning Tour
Floating Market Morning Tour

Use your bahts to barter fr £54pp

There are countless lively floating markets throughout the country, many within a couple of hours of the There are countless floating markets throughout the country, many within a couple of hours’ of the capital.
The colorfully clad merchants at these lively markets paddle along congested canals in sturdy canoes laden with fresh fruit and vegetables to sell on the banks. There's lots of chatter and activity – bargaining is common, that’s all part of the fun -- but don’t expect to get the price down more than a few baht.

The most famous of the floating markets is Damnoen Saduak, about 100 kilometers southwest of the city. This buzzing market is at its best in the early morning before the crowds arrive and you will feel more in the mood to haggle before the heat of the day builds up. This tour also includes a visit to Nakorn Pathom, supposedly the largest pagoda in Southeast Asia.

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38 Floating Market Morning Tour

Floating Market Morning Tour

 
39 Ancient Chengdu
Ancient Chengdu

PARKS AND POETS fr £54pp

On this half day Chengdu city tour you will visit Wu Hou Temple, Jinli Old Street and the wonderfully peaceful Wenshu Temple. Jinli Old Street was once the commercial heart of the old kingdom and has been fully restored in the traditional Sichuan style. Picturesque and bustling, you can buy crafts and traditional goods in the shops here.

The beautiful Wuhou Temple dates from the 3rd century and is an outstanding example of ancient Chinese architecture. This temple is a quiet place of reflection and tranquility with many areas to sit and relax in contemplation during your visit. The area around the temple is also worth exploring before you are met and driven back to your hotel.

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39 Ancient Chengdu

Ancient Chengdu

 
40 Bangkok Tasty Treats
Bangkok Tasty Treats

TICKLE THOSE TASTY BUDS fr £56pp

After a light breakfast at your hotel, meet up with your guide in the morning who will take you to Samyan Market for a Thai fresh market experience. As you stroll through the market, meet locals on their morning shopping jaunts, learn about the ingredients used in Thai cooking and sample some tropical fruits. Then continue to the Nanglerng Food Market, one of the most important markets in the city 100 years ago.

Back then, the market was a major trade centre for all the various communities living in the city. It now offers a lot of historical insights in terms of both the food and the architecture - you will see a lot of old-style wooden shop houses in the neighborhood and be able to taste local sweets and delicacies. Then a short ride takes you to a small but famous local restaurant near Bangkok City Hall to enjoy an authentic Thai lunch.

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40 Bangkok Tasty Treats

Bangkok Tasty Treats

 
41 Tiannamen Square & Forbidden City Tour
Tiannamen Square & Forbidden City Tour

Heart of the City fr £56pp

You are collected from your hotel and taken to the centre of Beijing. This morning, you will walk through the expanse of Tiananmen Square, one of the world's largest public squares, where you pass several monuments, including the mausoleum that houses Chairman Mao’s remains. The northern gate of the square features a portrait of the PRC’s founding father, and is also the gate through which you enter the Forbidden City.

Once in the Forbidden City you walk in the steps of emperors. It was completed in 1420, and was home to 24 emperors, the last of which left Beijing in 1924. The entire imperial complex is reputed to have 9,999 rooms, which at its peak housed up to 10,000 people. Discover for yourself why the 170 acres were forbidden to common people as you stroll through what is arguably the best-preserved example of classical Chinese architecture in the world.


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41 Tiannamen Square & Forbidden City Tour

Tiannamen Square & Forbidden City Tour

 
42 Singapore Round Island Tour with Lunch
Singapore Round Island Tour with Lunch

Myths, legends and lunch fr £57pp

This full-day tour, which includes hotel transfers and a delicious restaurant lunch, will take you to the Kranji War Memorial, dedicated to the fallen of WWII, and much more! Start with a leisurely morning stroll along Singapore's highest pedestrian bridge - Henderson Waves and take in the lush greenery of Mount Faber and Telok Blangah Hill. Continue west to Haw Par Villa, embarkon an unforgettable journey into Chinese folklore and Mythology at this park.

Your next stop is at the Kranji War Memorial, unveiled in 1957, the memorial commemorates over 20,000 men and women who gave their lives for freedom in World War II. Indulge in a delicious lunch (included) at a local restaurant before proceeding to visit Bright Hill Temple, a famous Chinese ancestral place of worship and admire the spectacular architecture of this crematorium, renowned for its turtle ponds. We cross from North - Central to Eastern Singapore to make our next stop at the Eurasian Heritage Centre, which is housed within the Eurasian Association - a Self Help Group that serves the interests of the Eurasian community.

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42 Singapore Round Island Tour with Lunch

Singapore Round Island Tour with Lunch

 
43 Hutong and Tea Ceremony Tour
Hutong and Tea Ceremony Tour

It's your cup of tea! fr £58pp

An essential highlight of Beijing is a tour of the Hutong area. Mostly built during the Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties, they are the narrow network of lanes created by closely built quadrangular homes. These traditional courtyard houses are hidden behind high walls and not visible from the street. The only clue to their presence are wooden gates with ornate carvings intended to bring good fortune to the owner.

Take a 20-minute richshaw ride through the narrow alleyways before visiting the traditional family home for tea and a fascinating insight into Chinese life. During the tea ceremony you learn about the many and varied types of Chinese tea and the equally varied ways to drink it. You sample several types of tea in a local teahouse and discover the different brews for each occasion.

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43 Hutong and Tea Ceremony Tour

Hutong and Tea Ceremony Tour

 
44 Private Grand Palace & Wat Po Tour
Private Grand Palace & Wat Po Tour

Exclusive Palace Visit fr £58pp

On this exclusive Private Day Tour you start with a visit to Bangkok's stunning Grand Palace, exploring the grandeur and majesty of its beautiful throne halls. Here you will be able to see and marvel at the mysterious Emerald Buddha, which has been carved from a solid piece of jade, and is by far the most revered Buddha image in the whole of Thailand.

Then you continue to Wat Po, home to a colossal reclining Buddha and a traditional massage school. The temple garden contains a Bodhi tree which is said to have grown from a cutting of an original tree in India under which the Lord Buddha sat while awaiting enlightenment. This private tour is a great way to appreciate two of the best sights in the Thai capital city.

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44 Private Grand Palace & Wat Po Tour

Private Grand Palace & Wat Po Tour

 
45 Phi Phi Islands by Speedboat from Krabi
Phi Phi Islands by Speedboat from Krabi

Life's a beach fr £60pp

Head to the fabulous Phi Phi Islands by speedboat on this full-day tour which includes lunch, hotel transfers and snorkelling equipment. After being picked up you'll head to the pier to board the speedboat which will stop at the first of the islands - Bamboo Island - for swimming and snorkelling. Your second stop is at Hin Klarng, Phi Phi's top open-sea snorkelling reef and the spot where the most coral fish are to be found.

Monkey Beach is your next destination, a beautiful well-sheltered bay home to marine life of all kinds and beach monkeys then at your next stop, Tonsai Beach, you have a delicious restaurant lunch. Enjoy free time for shopping and relaxing before moving on to Viking Cave. Your final stop is at Phi Leh Bay, a gorgeous lagoon where there is great snorkelling in calm, shallow waters. You also see Maya Beach and soak up the stunning scenery made famous in the film 'The Beach.'


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45 Phi Phi Islands by Speedboat from Krabi

Phi Phi Islands by Speedboat from Krabi

 
46 Sea Kayak at Koh Hong
Sea Kayak at Koh Hong

Float like a butterfly fr £61pp

Koh Hong is one of the most beautiful islands off the Andaman Coast. You will explore this desert island with soaring cliffs, a hidden lagoon and crystal clear waters by kayak. And if you're lucky you will see the intrepid sea gypsies collecting the local delicacy of birds nest soup high on the cliffs. Your tour includes lunch and plenty of time to relax and swim in this jewel of the Andaman.

There is no battling for a patch of sand on Pelay, the only beach at Koh Hong, and there won't be anybody trying to sell you anything - just a lone lifeguard stationed at a desk. It's that very rare thing in south east Asia, a little bit of paradise that's far from the madding crowds. You will have a truly memorable experience on Koh Hong, which translates to Room Island.

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46 Sea Kayak at Koh Hong

Sea Kayak at Koh Hong

 
47 Private Krabi City Tour
Private Krabi City Tour

Get to know the area fr £61pp

It's tempting just to relax on the beach or beside you hotel pool when spending a sunshine holiday staying in Krabi, but you should make the effort to take this private tour of the town and surrounding district, where you will find the mysterious Tiger Cave Monastery; Gastropod Fossil remains, and Nopparat Thara Beach as well as a local market.

You will learn so much about this area of southern Thailand's Andaman coast on this interesting and scenic adventure. It is an almost otherworldly region of labyrinthine archipelagos, where islands seem to erupt vertically out of the sea and attractions including hot springs, a wildlife sanctuary, sea caves, and colourful coral reefs. Lunch is included in your tour.

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47 Private Krabi City Tour

Private Krabi City Tour

 
48 Golden Triangle & Mae Sai
Golden Triangle & Mae Sai

INTO THE OPIUM 'DEN' fr £62pp

The Golden Triangle for centuries was known as the centre of the opium trade. And on this fascinating tour you visit a hill top viewpoint, above the junction of the Mekong and Ruak Rivers, which forms a three-way border with Laos, Burma and Thailand, to learn all about the part this region has played over the years in the growing of opium.

Then continue to Mae Sai, the northernmost point of Thailand, to meet the local people, experience life on the border with Burma and explore the market for exotic goods. When holidaying in Thailand it is tempting to spend all your time relaxing on a beach or around a hotel pool soaking up the tropical sun, but there are lots of memorable tours that can be taken and this is one of them.

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48 Golden Triangle & Mae Sai

Golden Triangle & Mae Sai

 
49 Phi Phi by Speedboat
Phi Phi by Speedboat

SPEED OFF TO PARADISE fr £63pp

You can explore the world famous Phi Phi Lei and Phi Phi Don Islands during this trip by speedboat. Relax at stunning Maya Bay where the movie The Beach, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, was filmed and discover Loh Samah, one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of Thailand. You also explore the Viking Caves and marvel at the emerald green crystal clear waters and the sheer limestone cliffs.

Bamboo Island is an absolute must on this trip and you’ll be amazed by the variety of tropical fish and multi-coloured corals. There's plenty of time to relax on these islands and soak up the tropical sun, swim and snorkel and explore. This popular trip is great for a family outing and there is nothing quite like visiting these beautiful islands James Bond style on a sleek speedboat.


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49 Phi Phi by Speedboat

Phi Phi by Speedboat

 
50 Penang Heritage Walking Tour
Penang Heritage Walking Tour

Walk through history fr £64pp

Start this Penang tour at St. George’s Church, the oldest Anglican Church in Southeast Asia. Then continue on to the Goddess of Mercy Temple, passing through colourful stalls where flower garlands are made and then visit Pinang Peranakan Mansion for a tour and see some of the thousands of antiques and collectible items on display.

Then walk pass King Street, cut into Market Street and arrive at some spice shops where you discover everything about the various spices and how to use them in traditional cooking. From here you travel on to the final stop which is the Khoo Kongsi - a large Chinese clanhouse with elaborate and highly ornate architecture and a mark of the dominant presence of the Chinese in Penang.

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50 Penang Heritage Walking Tour

Penang Heritage Walking Tour

 
51 Ocean Park Tour
Ocean Park Tour

Oceans of adventure fr £64pp

Ocean Park Hong Kong is Asia's premier sea life and animal theme park and features one of the largest aquariums in the world and is the biggest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Other attractions include exhibits of sea lions, dolphins, birds, and giant pandas. In addition to the animals, a large assortment of thrill rides will provide a fun filled day for all the family.

In Ocean Tower Park you can enjoy spectacular views of Aberdeen, Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay as the cabin of your cable car climbs and rotates 360 degrees slowly. You can also enjoy a ride across the entire park, have fun at the Ocean Theatre which features dolphin and sea lion shows and visit the giant panda habitat. Tour fees include sightseeing coach, guides and Ocean Park admission ticket and info pack.

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51 Ocean Park Tour

Ocean Park Tour

 
52 Geopark Day Cruise
Geopark Day Cruise

ISLAND ADVENTURES fr £65pp

This cruise is a full day adventure for people who would like to experience some brilliant sailing and the flora & fauna of Langkawi's southern out-lying islands, without too much effort, and in exceptional style. Calm water sailing, nature excursions, a great barbecue, open bar of beer, wine, spirits, cocktails, soft drinks, and water being served all day . . . this cruise will make a special highlight to your Malaysian holiday.

Depart Resort World Langkawi in the morning and sail up into the islands. On the way, you can take the helm, do some fishing, look for dolphins and flying fish; watch the sea eagles and cool off in the ship's salt water Jacuzzi. Arrive at a deserted beach where you have a tasty BBQ lunch then swim, take a guided jungle walk or just relax in one of the many hammocks set up along the beautiful secluded beach.

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52 Geopark Day Cruise

Geopark Day Cruise

 
53 Hua Hin Highlights & Vineyard
Hua Hin Highlights & Vineyard

MEET THE MIRACLE MONK fr £67pp

On this afternoon tour you are taken to see around the local area of Hua Hin, which was once a small fishing village, in the beautiful Gulf of Thailand. Your first stop is at the Monkey Mountain Khao Takiab, which is home to a large Buddha statue which stands beside the sea. At this point you can walk up to a view point for stunning panoramas right along the beautiful coastline.

Then visit Wat Huay Mongkol, where you find the enormous statue of Luang Phor Thuate, an immensely popular Thai monk who was said to have performed miracles many centuries ago. Afterwards continue on to Hua Hin Hills vineyard to explore the new latitude wines and learn how these grape vines thrive in the tropical climate. Last stop is at the living museum of Plearnwan with its unusual architecture.

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53 Hua Hin Highlights & Vineyard

Hua Hin Highlights & Vineyard

 
54 Kowloon & New Territories Tour
Kowloon & New Territories Tour

The Old and the New fr £69pp

There is so much to see and do on this four and a half hour trip around Kowloon and the New Territories. Visit Taipo New Market which runs the length of Fu Shin Street in Tai Po and watch the locals buying fresh produce then visit Lok Ma Chau, a village in Hong Kong's New Territories and also a major pedestrian and road border crossing point between Hong Kong and mainland China.

Continue to Tsang Tai Uk, an outstanding example of a fortified village then stop at Wong Tai Shin Temple in a district that bears the name of Hong Kong’s most popular Taoist Deity. This large temple is visited by more than three million worshippers each year and no other temple gives visitors such a full insight into Chinese religious beliefs and practices. Finally visit a jewellery factory in Aberdeen to see the fine handmade jewellery.

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54 Kowloon & New Territories Tour

Kowloon & New Territories Tour

 
55 Akha and Yao Hill Tribes
Akha and Yao Hill Tribes

HEAD FOR THE HILLS fr £73pp

On this fascinating tour you are picked up from your hotel in the morning and driven out of Chiang Rai to the Mae Chan district. Then you continue uphill to visit simple Akha and Yao hill tribe villages. The Akha originated in Tibet, and the Yao originated in China, and today are still heavily influenced by Chinese traditions. Spend time with these colourful people and learn all about their way of life.

While in the villages you will experience ancient Thai culture with your Akha and Yao tribesman. You will see how these ethnic minorities continue to live their different ways of life in modern times. As these people are known for their distinct handicrafts and tribal textiles, this tour is also a good time to pick up some special gifts to take home.

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55 Akha and Yao Hill Tribes

Akha and Yao Hill Tribes

 
56 Angthong Marine Park by Speed Boat
Angthong Marine Park by Speed Boat

Speed off to the park fr £73pp

Anthong Marine Park is the second largest National Park created in Thailand, which comprises some 40 islands. Located 35 miles north-west from Koh Samui, it will take you only one hour to reach by speedboat. Visitors are always enchanted by this wonderland composed of bulbous green isles, clear blue lagoons, mysterious caves and rock formations.

Most islands are limestone masses blanketed by four difference types of forest such as Dry Evergreen, Beach, Limestone, and Mangrove. Besides the many coves and little beaches there are many unusual formations created by erosion and one island has a mysterious sink hole, completely enclosed by walls of sheer rock, in its centre. There will be the chance for snorkelling, swimming and kayaking on this tour.

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56 Angthong Marine Park by Speed Boat

Angthong Marine Park by Speed Boat

 
57 Midnight Private Food Tour by Tuk Tuk
Midnight Private Food Tour by Tuk Tuk

ENJOY A LATE MEAL fr £77pp

On this special private food tour you get to experience the fun of riding around Bangkok in a Tuk Tuk discovering the city's magical atmosphere at night. You get to visit some of the famous local eateries and sample the street foods, one of the local favourites being Khao Man Gai (chicken and rice) or a hearty helping of the best Pad Thai (fried rice noodles).

You will also be taken behind the scenes in some of the restaurants to see how the these local dishes are prepared. As well as the good food, you will also be taken to explore the amazing flower market with its vivid colours and wonderful scents. The market really comes alive after dark and you gain a unique night-time perspective of Bangkok seeing the temple spires glistening in the neon lights on the way back to your hotel.

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57 Midnight Private Food Tour by Tuk Tuk

Midnight Private Food Tour by Tuk Tuk

 
58 Enchanting Fireflies
Enchanting Fireflies

Light up your evening fr £77pp

For something completely different while staying in Kuala Lumpur you can take yourself away from the hustle and bustle of the city out to a Manfgrove forest to see the enchanting fireflies at Kuala Selangor, a small village known for its natural heritage. First take a walk around the jungle trails and appreciate the wonders of nature as the sun sets.

Then relax and enjoy a delicious seafood dinner in a restaurant by the river front before taking a boat upstream for the memorable nightly experience of watching thousands of fireflies sparkling in the thick mangrove along both sides of the river banks. This wonderful natural phenomena resembles rows of brightly lit Christmas trees.


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58 Enchanting Fireflies

Enchanting Fireflies

 
59 Khao Sok Discovery with Canoe
Khao Sok Discovery with Canoe

Soak up the beauty at Khao Sok fr £81pp

You are picked up early in the morning from your hotel and will be accompanied by a guide who will take care of your tour program and provide you with information throughout the day. Head north crossing the Sarasin Bridge into Phang Nga Province, on to the Thai mainland and take a short break at Khao Lak view point, to see where the 2004 tsunami struck and visit the memorial to those who died.

Then you move on to the evergreen forest of Khao Sok National Park for a memorable short elephant trek as you are led through this stunning rain forest to see and experience the jungles biodiversity. Then it's on to Khao Sok view point for spectacular vistas over the mountains. Enjoy lunch then begin your canoe adventure. Sit back and relax as local paddlers do all the work as you float along the Khao Sok River.

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59 Khao Sok Discovery with Canoe

Khao Sok Discovery with Canoe

 
60 Grand Palace and Canals Tour
Grand Palace and Canals Tour

ORIENTAL MASTERPIECES fr £81pp

On this private half day tour you are collected from your hotel in the morning and taken first to the stunning Royal Grand Palace, with its collection of pavilions, gilded chedis and golden spires that can only be described as an Oriental masterpiece. Inside the Royal Chapel you see the famous Emerald Buddha, which has been carved from a solid piece of jade.

Then experience a trip along the bustling river and the quiet Klongs (canals) in a long tail boat enjoying scenes of life by the water. On this tour you see a more traditional way of living, away from all the high-rise and modern buildings of Bangkok City Centre, as you gently pass Thonburi residential areas. A stop will be made at the Royal Barge Museum before you are taken back to your hotel in time for lunch.

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60 Grand Palace and Canals Tour

Grand Palace and Canals Tour

 
61 Kinabalu Park & Poring Hot Springs
Kinabalu Park & Poring Hot Springs

Spring into action in the park fr £81pp

This scenic tour takes you across the mountainous Crocker Range where you get great panoramic views of the countryside and soaring hills. While on the way to Kinabalu Park, you can catch the magnificent sight of Mount Kinabalu, South East Asia's highest peak. The park is a World Heritage site with an incredible mega bio- diversity of flora and fauna and is a haven for nature lovers.

On arrival, enjoy a guided nature trek along one of the many trails in the park before travelling on to Poring Hot Springs where you can take an invigorating dip into the hot sulphur springs. Relax after your bubbling bath and for a closer look at nature, take the 'high road' by strolling along the canopy walk which offers spectacular views down on the rainforest and see lots of the birds and animals that live in the trees.

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61 Kinabalu Park & Poring Hot Springs

Kinabalu Park & Poring Hot Springs

 
62 Kowloon Markets Tour, Exclusive Experience
Kowloon Markets Tour, Exclusive Experience

GOLDFISH AND JADE fr £82pp

Start the morning with a guided walk along Hong Kong's historic harbour front, where your guide will introduce the history of Kowloon. Here, well-known landmarks such as the old Railway Clock tower, 1881 Heritage and the Peninsula Hotel are situated. Then walk through back streets and into the daily lives of the residents, along colourful streets and come across lively markets, where you feel the energy and soul of everyday Kowloon.

Stop at the busy Flower Market and walk along Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, a tranquil scene of men and their bird cages. Then visit the Goldfish Market to see the brightly coloured tropical fish before arriving at the Ladies Market, where bargain clothes and bags can be found. Stop at the Tin Hau Temple and end the tour at the Jade Market, where around 400 stallholders sell accessories made from the revered green stone.

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62 Kowloon Markets Tour, Exclusive Experience

Kowloon Markets Tour, Exclusive Experience

 
63 Best of Northern Bali Day Tour
Best of Northern Bali Day Tour

See the best of the North fr £82pp

On this comprehensive tour you leave the lowlands and relatively flat rice fields of Tabanan and drive into the steeper mountain region of Bedugul. The vegetation changes as you continue to the alpine countryside and stop at Pacung amid beautiful rice terraces and also visit the colourful fruit market of Candi Kuning and watch the locals haggling over the produce.

On reaching the mountain resort of Bedugul and Lake Beratan, you visit the delightful Ulun Danu Temple dedicated to the Goddess of the waters before travelling north along the winding roads to the sacred hot springs of Banjar for a refreshing soak. Pass clove and coffee plantations and Lovina's black lava sand beaches and after lunch the return journey will make a final stop at the beautiful Gitgit waterfall.

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63 Best of Northern Bali Day Tour

Best of Northern Bali Day Tour

 
64 Miniature Indonesia Park Tour
Miniature Indonesia Park Tour

LITTLE WONDERS fr £84pp

For those who want to get a taste of Indonesia’s enormous cultural, geographical and ethnic diversity, a visit to Taman Mini Indonesia Indah will give you just that. Covering an area of just over one square kilometre, this “miniature Indonesia” features exhibits for each of the nation's 33 provinces with displays of life-sized traditional houses, regional handicrafts and local clothing.

With everything Indonesian including the unique houses of Toraja land, the opportunity to learn about the former cannibal tribes of Papua and even a mini-scale Borobudur, Taman Indonesia Park gives a fascinating glimpse into the lives of Indonesians across the country. This visit gives you a great insight into the country and its peoples.

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64 Miniature Indonesia Park Tour

Miniature Indonesia Park Tour

 
65 Old Heritage Batavia Tour
Old Heritage Batavia Tour

SEE THE SHADOW PUPPETS fr £84pp

Begin your tour of the capital with a visit to Glodok, the largest Chinatown district in the country. Small streets are lined with numerous shops and vendors selling all manner of goods and much of the architecture is still traditional in style. Next visit Sunda Kelapa, the old harbour of Jakarta and one of its most recognisable sights where you see the traditional Indonesian two-masted sailing ships known locally as Pinisi.

Continue to two of Jakarta’s most interesting museums. The Fatahillah Museum was originally built by the Dutch in 1710 as the Jakarta City Hall and today the building displays many antiques, fine ceramics, ancient maps and paintings from the colonial era. Then stop at the Puppet Museum to see an excellent collection of Javanese leather puppets used in Wayang Kulit, the ancient Indonesian art of shadow play.

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65 Old Heritage Batavia Tour

Old Heritage Batavia Tour

 
66 Baan Thai Cooking Class
Baan Thai Cooking Class

Get a taste for Thai food fr £85pp

Baan Thai gives you the opportunity to learn how to cook real Thai food in a traditional Thai setting, with skilled and friendly teachers who can impart the secrets of local cooking techniques to you in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. You will not only be taught how to cook a variety of Thai foods, but also buy the ingredients at a local market.

The day begins with the market visit when cooking school staff will help you to choose the food. Back at the school you will be shown how to prepare it in this hands on environment. At the end of your course, you will not only have learned a thing or two about Thai cooking, but will also have had a memorable experience that tastes good too! Now get ready to impress friends back home with your new found culinary skills.

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66 Baan Thai Cooking Class

Baan Thai Cooking Class

 
67 Pala U Waterfall
Pala U Waterfall

JUST FOR YOU fr £85pp

Leave your resort hotel for an adventurous drive through the jungle to the spectacular Pala U Waterfall. There are 14 different stages to this beautiful waterfall and if you are feeling energetic you can climb to the very top. But the best spot to relax and swim in the crystal clear waters is the third station, where the whole family can have fun safely watched over by a guide.

While staying at Hua Hin, once a quiet fishing village on the Gulf of Thailand, in the southern Thai province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, it is tempting to just relax on the beach or around your hotel pool and soak up the tropical sunshine or enjoy the multitude of fun water sports on offer at the resort. But it's well worth taking at least one tour during your holiday, and this day at Pala U Waterfall is one of the best.


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67 Pala U Waterfall

Pala U Waterfall

 
68 Sam Roi Yod National Park
Sam Roi Yod National Park

SAIL INTO THE PARK fr £85pp

You begin this popular trip by taking a pleasant drive south of Hua Hin through pineapple and coconut plantations to Sam Roi Yod National Park. Known as the park of three hundred peaks, you begin your adventure by taking a fishing boat to visit the secluded village of Bang Poo, where you can climb up to see the impressive Phrayanakom Cave. Here you can relax and enjoy some swimming and sunbathing.

While staying at Hua Hin, once a quiet fishing village on the Gulf of Thailand, in the southern Thai province of Prachuap Khiri Khan, it is tempting to just relax on the beach or around your hotel pool and soak up the tropical sunshine or enjoy the multitude of fun water sports on offer at the resort. But it's well worth taking at least one tour during your holiday, and this trip to the national park is so rewarding.

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68 Sam Roi Yod National Park

Sam Roi Yod National Park

 
69 Jakarta City Tour
Jakarta City Tour

SIGHTS AND SHOPPING fr £86pp

Start with a sightseeing tour of Jakarta, the capital and largest city in Indonesia, stopping at the National Museum with its excellent display of history, archaeology, ethnological and religion related to Indonesia’s colourful past. It is easy to become entranced and even lost in the many rooms here. Close to the museum you will see the huge Indonesian National Monument.

Then visit the National Archives Building before finishing the day with a unique shopping experience in the biggest shopping mall in south-east Asia. The Orchid Garden Mall. has more than 500 speciality shops, many fancy restaurants, 10 exhibition areas and even an indoor ice rink, so there is something for everyone in this seven-storey shoppers’ paradise.

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69 Jakarta City Tour

Jakarta City Tour

 
70 Walking Tour of Malacca
Walking Tour of Malacca

Make the most of Malacca fr £86pp

You see all the sights of Malacca on this comprehensive walking tour, which begins with a Malacca River Cruise. The river was a main artery of trade in its heyday when it was bustling with people from all around the world. Some buildings from that era still stand by the river, which is also lined by old villages and modern day buildings. The 45-minute cruise is accompanied by an entertaining and informative commentary.

Then start your walking tour on Jalan Hang Jebat, which dates back in the 14th century. Elegant old sailing perahus and wooden barges still crowd the nearby docks. Beside the bridge is the Town Square with its terracotta Dutch colonial buildings, Christ Church, the Tan Beng Swee Clock Tower and the Stadthuys. After lunch visit a heritage museum then stroll along Jonkers Street, otherwise known as the Antique Row.

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70 Walking Tour of Malacca

Walking Tour of Malacca

 
71 Phang Nga Sea Canoe
Phang Nga Sea Canoe

Great day of 007 heaven fr £87pp

An exciting day of exploring the limestone formations of Phang Nga by sea canoe. Your adventure will start with a boat journey out to the famous rock formations then it's time to get up close to the scenery and birdlife of these stunning and unusual rocks in your sea canoe. There will be free time for swimming and to enjoy lunch, making it a truly memorable experience.

The distinctive feature of Phang Nga Bay are the sheer limestone karsts that jut vertically out of the emerald green water. The famous James Bond Island and Koh Panyee are two of the popular tourist destinations in the bay, but as you have the freedom of your canoe you can paddle to the less crowded areas and get close to nature in some of south east Asia's most stunning scenery.


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71 Phang Nga Sea Canoe

Phang Nga Sea Canoe

 
72 Akha, Yao Hill Tribes & Golden Triangle
Akha, Yao Hill Tribes & Golden Triangle

TRIBAL TRADITIONS fr £88pp

On this great tour you are picked up from your hotel in the morning and driven out of Chiang Rai to the Mae Chan district. Then you continue uphill to visit simple Akha and Yao hill tribe villages. The Akha originated in Tibet, and the Yao originated in China, and today are still heavily influenced by Chinese traditions. Spend time with these colourful people and learn all about their way of life.

Then drive on to Chiang Saen a small town on the Mekong River known for its 13th century ruins. Then you travel on to Mae Sai, the northernmost point of Thailand in an area known as the Golden Triangle where the countries of Thailand, Burma and Laos meet. Here you have time to explore the market where Burmese lacquerware, jade and other goods are good value and make wonderful souvenirs.

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72 Akha, Yao Hill Tribes & Golden Triangle

Akha, Yao Hill Tribes & Golden Triangle

 
73 Kaeng Krachan Nature Reserve
Kaeng Krachan Nature Reserve

INTO THE WILDS fr £88pp

This is a great tour if you want to spend some time getting back to nature while staying at the Thai resort of Hua Hin. You begin by driving north west for around 50 miles to Kaeng Krachan, one of the country's biggest national parks. On arrival stop at the information house to find out about all the natural surprises that await and what you will be seeing and doing for the rest of the day.

You are then taken to Kaeng Krachan reservoir, a huge lake which has been formed by damming the Petchaburi River. Here you board a boat and are taken for a sail around the lake seeing lots of exotic wildlife and birds on the beautiful wooded islands. After this trip you enjoy lunch at a typical Thai restaurant that overlooks the reservoir before beginning the journey back to Hua Hin.

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73 Kaeng Krachan Nature Reserve

Kaeng Krachan Nature Reserve

 
74 Doi Tung, Golden Triangle and Hall of Opium
Doi Tung, Golden Triangle and Hall of Opium

AS GOOD AS GOLD fr £90pp

This tour begins in the morning when you are driven up the narrow and scenic mountain roads to Doi Tung and along the way stop to visit Lahu and Akha villages, meeting the local hill tribes people. Continue to the Golden Triangle area - where Thailand, Burma and Laos meet - and beside the mighty Mekong River you visit the Hall of Opium to learn the history of opium and the drugs trade in the region.

When holidaying in Thailand it is tempting to spend all your time relaxing on a beach or around a hotel pool soaking up the tropical sun, but there are lots of memorable tours that can be taken and this is certainly one of them. You are driven to one of the most beautiful regions of Thailand experiencing the countryside and traditional Thai way of life.


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74 Doi Tung, Golden Triangle and Hall of Opium

Doi Tung, Golden Triangle and Hall of Opium

 
75 Tour of the Two Towers
Tour of the Two Towers

Dinner for Two fr £90pp

You will discover what makes the Twin Towers special through cutting-edge displays and vibrant exhibits. At 360 metres, you'll be able to see a spire up close and enjoy breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur. From the Twin Towers you go to the KL Tower where you will be eating at Atmosphere 360, where you experience the natural transition from day to night as the restaurant transforms into an elegant dining area.

The magnificent view of cityscapes, sophisticated ambience and delectable food ensures that dinner at Atmosphere 360 is truly an unforgettable and luxurious culinary experience. The restaurant offers a glorious buffet spread showcasing a huge variety of modern authentic Malaysian dishes and international cuisine. This is one meal and one restaurant that you will always remember.


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75 Tour of the Two Towers

Tour of the Two Towers

 
76 Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour
Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour

See the top two temples fr £90pp

Drive north to the island’s central highlands region renowned for its stunning beauty and three caldera lakes and your first visit is to the iconic Ulun Danu Temple. This important Hindu Shivaite water temple is located on a small jut of land on the calm waters of Lake Beratan. Then continue to the village of Asah Gobleg for fine views of more lakes before heading to Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest, home to lots of macaque monkeys.

Later head south to Bali's most famous temple complex at Tanah Lot. With its spectacular location, Tanah Lot is an integral part of Balinese mythology and one of seven sea temples that are said to form a ‘chain’ around the island. The temple is only accessible at low tide but despite its off-shore location in the Indian Ocean, it features a fresh water spring at its base which is said to contain holy water. You arrive in time for sunset.

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76 Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour

Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour

 
77 Full Day Phi Phi Island by Speedboat
Full Day Phi Phi Island by Speedboat

Speed away for a beach dive fr £91pp

The Phi Phi Islands are located to the South East of Phuket and are made up of two limestone islands covered in lush greenery and surrounded by crystal clear waters and are considered to be an incredible natural paradise. You will be taken right around both islands in an entertaining crossing by speed boat, coming up close to Maya Bay, where the hit film 'The Beach', starring Leonardo di Caprio, was filmed.

There will be plenty of opportunities for reliving the film's action by swimming and snorkelling in these stunning surroundings and travelling to the islands by speedboat adds to the excitement of this popular adventure. After a great day out at the Phi Phi Islands you will return to the mainland where a driver is waiting to take you back to your resort hotel.



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77 Full Day Phi Phi Island by Speedboat

Full Day Phi Phi Island by Speedboat

 
78 Doi Inthanon National Park Tour
Doi Inthanon National Park Tour

A stroll in the park fr £92pp

You are picked up from your hotel in Chiang Mai and driven to Doi Inthanon, which at 8,514 feet above sea level is the highest peak in Thailand. It's located around 100 miles from the city and its national park is one of the most fertile natural treasure troves in all of Chiang Mai province. The invigorating mountain air and the fresh cool climate make it a rejuvenating break from the city.

On this tour you visit a Karen hilltribe village, Mae Kland and Wachiratharn waterfalls, the twin Dhedis built by the Royal Thai Air Force to honour the King and then stop at the summit, where you find the shrine of the former Prince of Chiang Mai. There will be some time to explore the area on foot before enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.

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78 Doi Inthanon National Park Tour

Doi Inthanon National Park Tour

 
79 Off Road Bali
Off Road Bali

Take the roads less travelled fr £93pp

Using customised Land Rovers this excursion goes off-road and into the superb countryside surrounding Gunung Batukaru, Bali's second-highest mountain. The goal is the bamboo forest restaurant, which is set deep in this mountainous region of the island and where you have lunch. There is so much to see and take in en route as this is the heartland of Bali where rice paddies, traditional villages and friendly Balinese await.

Highlights include the seemingly endless UNESCO-recognised rice terraces at Jatiluwih and the dramatically located 11th century Hindu temple of Batukaru. This is an adventurous but not strenuous trip and your 4X4 Land Rover is equipped with air-conditioning and comfortably seats a maximum of just six people plus the guide and expert driver. Photo opportunities abound as you explore little-visited temples and small villages.

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79 Off Road Bali

Off Road Bali

 
80 Hong Kong Walking Foodie Tour
Hong Kong Walking Foodie Tour

PORK, NOODLES AND DUMPLINGS fr £97pp

Taste your way through the old neighbourhoods of Central and Sheung Wan on this five hour tour during which you discover some of Hong Kong's favourite foods as you stroll along side streets and learn about how this area evolved from a fishing village. You will see the ancient Chinese medicine shops and taste some succulent roast pork and discover the art of cooking it before stopping at the famous Man Mo Temple.

As you continue up to Hollywood Road via Cat Street, one of the oldest thoroughfares in Hong Kong, you pass old shop houses now transformed into trendy cafes, galleries and hip boutiques. Then enjoy a dim sum lunch before walking past Graham Street wet markets to watch locals shopping and have a drink at an old sugar cane juice shop. Your final food stop is at a popular wonton noodles restaurant to try their delicious dumplings.

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80 Hong Kong Walking Foodie Tour

Hong Kong Walking Foodie Tour

 
81 Malaysian Home Cooking Class with Market Visit
Malaysian Home Cooking Class with Market Visit

Something's cooking! fr £98pp

During this fun experience you spend half a day buying food during a market tour then learning how to cook it. First you go to the market for your ingredients and at each stall a brief explanation is given about the exotic items you buy. Then it's back to your fully equipped cooking station where you will prepare your meal with lots of help from the experts.

This is a rare hands-on experience of cooking in a Malaysian home environment using traditional stone and wooden utensils in a modern kitchen. Everything is provided and you will learn to cook a variety of traditional and special festive Malay, Chinese, Indian and Thai dishes. Pointers will be given on Malaysian cooking etiquette as well as some valuable tips about authentic dishes. Precious family recipes will also be shared.

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81 Malaysian Home Cooking Class with Market Visit

Malaysian Home Cooking Class with Market Visit

 
82 Shanghai Essentials
Shanghai Essentials

Get down to earth fr £98pp

On this interesting and busy tour you start with a morning visit to the Jade Buddha Temple which is situated in the northwest near the intersection of Anyuan Lu and Jiangning Lu. This is a very active temple and attracts large numbers of visitors from all over the world. It is also popular with Chinese tourists as it is one of Shanghai’s few Buddhist temples.

Then visit the Yu Garden and Old Town Bazaar before having lunch at a Chinese restaurant followed by a walk along the famous Bund with its colonial architecture. The Bund, also called the Zhongshan Road, is the city's waterfront and has been regarded as the symbol of Shanghai for hundreds of years. Explore Xintiandi and the charming art district of Tianzifang and visit Shikumen Open House Museum in Xintiandi before returning to your hotel.

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82 Shanghai Essentials

Shanghai Essentials

 
83 Mae Klong & Amphawa Countryside (incl.dinner)
Mae Klong & Amphawa Countryside (incl.dinner)

MAKE TRACKS TO THE MARKET fr £101pp

Leave Hua Hin and head north up the coast to Petchaburi where you head inland to visit the famous Maeklong Market. This traditional Thai market is full of exotic fruits and goods but is unique, because it sits right on top of railway tracks. Watch as trains approach and the stalls are miraculously moved to let them pass, a feat that has to be seen to be believed.

After having fun bargaining for souvenirs with the locals, leave Maeklong and travel for around 20 minutes into Samut Songkhram Province where you have dinner before taking a walk around the local market. Then, at dusk, board a traditional long-tailed speedboat for an exciting trip down the river and canals stopping at the Amphawa Floating market at night.

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83 Mae Klong & Amphawa Countryside (incl.dinner)

Mae Klong & Amphawa Countryside (incl.dinner)

 
84 Best of Eastern Bali Day Tour
Best of Eastern Bali Day Tour

See the best of the East fr £102pp

The first stop is at Kerta Gosa, the former Courts of Justice in Klungkung which date back to the 18th century. Then continue along the east coast to the fishing village of Kusamba. Here the beaches are made up from black lava sand which sparkles in the midday sun and along the beach the colourful fishing boats are standing at the ready for their daily trips.

Visit the eerie bat caves of Goa Lawah where the walls are covered with thousands of bats. The caves are considered to be holy and are protected with a shrine and temple at the entrance. Then stop at Tenganan and see villagers weaving the famous gringsing sarongs, which are said to have special powers for the wearer. After lunch in Candidasa stop at the royal bathing pools of Tirtaganggad.


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84 Best of Eastern Bali Day Tour

Best of Eastern Bali Day Tour

 
85 Kintamani - Monkey Forest Tour
Kintamani - Monkey Forest Tour

Monkey magic in the forest fr £102pp

This special day starts with a fascinating performance of Barong Dance then you continue your exploration of the Balinese arts with a stop at three villages near Ubud known for their crafts. Visit Gunung Kawi, a Hindu temple complex north-east of Ubud which comprises 10 rock-cut shrines carved into the cliff face. The countryside is lush and the footpath leading to the temple passes through terraced rice fields.

Travel on to the village of Kintamani for the best views of Mount Batur, an active volcano which sits alongside Lake Batur and enjoy a buffet lunch in a restaurant overlooking the volcano. On the return journey, stop at Goa Gajah in Bedulu, often called the Elephant Cave, and the final stop is Ubud Monkey Forest, a nature reserve and temple complex home to hundreds of crab-eating macaque monkeys.

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85 Kintamani - Monkey Forest Tour

Kintamani - Monkey Forest Tour

 
86 Ayutthaya Insight by Train
Ayutthaya Insight by Train

Let the train take the strain fr £102pp

Meet your tour guide in the morning and travel to Bangkok’s Hualamphong Train Station to board your morning train to Ayutthaya enjoying scenic views along the way. On arrival hop onto a 'Kermit' Tuk Tuk (a special type of motorised Tuk Tuk) to discover the magnificent ruins and ancient temples in the historical park. Stop near the Muslim quarter and sample one of the delights of Ayutthaya – candy floss roti.

Then visit some local houses to see how handicrafts are produced. You will then be taken to the market for lunch and your guide can give you recommendations on which local delicacies to try. After lunch, enjoy a leisurely long-tailed boat ride to Bang Pa In summer palace and explore the majestic royal mansions and one of the area's most distinctive Buddhist temples before taking the train back to Bangkok.

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86 Ayutthaya Insight by Train

Ayutthaya Insight by Train

 
87 Singapore City Tour
Singapore City Tour

See all the Singapore sights fr £103pp

Discover the most important and significant parts of Singapore while learning about its people and culture on this half day city tour. You’ll visit one of the city's oldest temples, the mythical Merlion, the spectacular Botanic Gardens and much more. This is a very popular tour so it's well worth booking in advance to make sure you secure your place.

Your adventure begins by exploring the Civic District, passing the Padang Cricket Club, historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Next you’ll stop at Merlion Park for scenic views of Marina Bay. Continue to the Thian Hock Keng Temple in Chinatown, one of Singapore's oldest temples, then visit a handicraft centre before arriving at the Botanic Gardens which boasts a vast display of 60,000 orchids. The final stop is Little India where you will be captivated by the scent of joss sticks, jasmine and spices

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87 Singapore City Tour

Singapore City Tour

 
88 Macau Excursion
Macau Excursion

Magical Macau fr £104pp

Just like Hong Kong, Macau is a place where the East meets West and on this fascinating tour you will be shown the charm of the Chinese and Portuguese heritages embraced in arrays of modern architecture. After a hotel pick up you are taken to the ferry terminal for the high speed journey across the South China Sea to Macau and on arrival your sightseeing tour begins.

You will be taken to see World Heritage sites like the Na Tcha Temple, the Old City Walls, Mount Fortress and the ruins of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church. Then stop at the Museum of Macau and view exhibits of the history, people and culture. Then at the Macau Tower you soar to a breathtaking height for great views over the landmarks and outlying Islands. Before returning to Hong Kong you can try you luck at the city's famous casino.

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88 Macau Excursion

Macau Excursion

 
89 Lantau Explorer Tour
Lantau Explorer Tour

Hong Kong's Big Brother fr £105pp

Lantau Island is almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island and is one of the area's best loved outlying islands. Begin this tour by hopping aboard a fast ferry for a spectacular ride through the busy harbour past ocean-going ships to the beautiful Chung Sha Beach. Then get close to nature and explore Tai O, a quaint fishing village where the houses are on stilts.

Next see the world’s tallest outdoor seated bronze statue at the Po Lin Monastery and enjoy a great vegetarian meal there. With development of Ngong Ping Village, the island of Lantau has become a new attraction in Hong Kong and one not to be missed. Cheung Sha Beach boasts one of Hong Kong's longest stretches of sand and is a great place to relax before taking the Ngong Ping Cable Car which offers spectacular panoramic views.

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89 Lantau Explorer Tour

Lantau Explorer Tour

 
90 North Borneo Steam Train with Tiffin Lunch
North Borneo Steam Train with Tiffin Lunch

Trains and Tiffin fr £107pp

Finally, after being closed for more than four years, North Borneo Railways is on track and rolling again. Each coach can seat 16 people and the total passenger load is just 80 per trip. The train now runs every Wednesday and Saturday and departs Tanjung Aru Railway station at 10.00 am to Papar and returns at about 1.45 pm, stopping at Kinaurt to see the Chinese Temple.

A Tiffin Lunch is served on board the return journey as soon as the you leave Papar town. This delicious Colonial style meal includes satays, chicken briyani, prawns, vegetables and fruits. Lunch is included in the price of the ticket and beverages such as beers, soft drinks and wines will be sold on board the train during the journey.

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90 North Borneo Steam Train with Tiffin Lunch

North Borneo Steam Train with Tiffin Lunch

 
91 Coral Flyer Zipline – Gaya Island to Sapi Island
Coral Flyer Zipline – Gaya Island to Sapi Island

Zoom off on a zip fr £108pp

The world’s longest zip line is here in Sabah Malaysia and there are few better thrills than literally sailing through the air from one island to another at the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park just minutes by boat from Kota Kinabalu city. Stretching across the channel that divides Gaya and Sapi Island, Coral Flyer Zipline is an amazing 820 feet of exciting ziplining.

Coral Flyer Zipline provides safe and ideal conditions as you blaze at speeds of up to 50 mph zooming from Gaya Island where it starts, down to Sapi Island where it ends. The Sabah zip line enables you to cross the narrow straits between both islands in about 30 to 40 seconds and the ride is an adrenaline rush as you soar over the sea experiencing the feeling of flying.

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91 Coral Flyer Zipline – Gaya Island to Sapi Island

Coral Flyer Zipline – Gaya Island to Sapi Island

 
92 Macau Day Trip
Macau Day Trip

Have a fun day in Macau fr £111pp

Macau used to be the oldest European settlement in the Orient but is better known these days as the "Las Vegas of the East". On this fascinating tour you will be shown the charm of the Chinese and Portuguese heritages alongside arrays of modern architecture. After a hotel pick up you are taken to the Macau Ferry Terminal where you sail off to explore this new destination.

Visit World Heritage sites including A Ma Temple, a section of the Old City Walls, Mount Fortress and one of the main landmarks of Macau – the ruins of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church which was built in 1602 and burned down in 1835. Miraculously, fine art of carvings and statues can be seen on the surviving facade. After a great day you will return by ferry to Hong Kong and are taken back to your hotel.

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92 Macau Day Trip

Macau Day Trip

 
93 Shanghai Old & New
Shanghai Old & New

The ancient and modern fr £116pp

Visit the Shanghai Urban Planning Centre where you can see Shanghai’s past, present and future. This informative and interesting venue contains some amazing scale models depicting Shanghai at various points in its development. Then visit the Shanghai Museum, which is one of the best museums in China. Located in the centre of the city in People's Square, it contains one of the finest collections of ancient Chinese art and antiques.

After lunch at a Chinese restaurant visit the tallest building in China, the Shanghai World Financial Centre. Its unique rectangular opening at the top of the tower for wind tunnelling is an instantly recognisable landmark on the Shanghai skyline. Currently the third tallest building in the world, it has a very impressive observation deck located above the opening that offers a birds eye view of the city from the world’s highest observation deck.

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93 Shanghai Old & New

Shanghai Old & New

 
94 Private Cultural Tour
Private Cultural Tour

NOOKS AND CRANNIES fr £119pp

Singapore was part of British Malaya for many centuries and was ruled by the Sultanate of Johor before the British came to the Island and set up a port and colony in 1819. After World War II, Singapore became an independent nation and republic, which it remains today. On this tour you experience the various cultures as you explore the nooks and crannies of each ethnic heritage enclave by turns.

At Kampong Glam, admire the quiet majesty of the Sultan’s Mosque with its unmistakable golden dome, explore colourful eateries and browse through old-fashioned shops. Travel next to the heart of Chinatown and experience the old and the new in the rows of streets where traditional shophouses have been lovingly restored.
Little India completes the cultural kaleidoscope with its bustling streets and amazing array of shops.

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94 Private Cultural Tour

Private Cultural Tour

 
95 Classic Private Beijing Tour
Classic Private Beijing Tour

SIGHTS NOT TO BE MISSED fr £121pp

Take a morning walk in the footsteps of emperors in the Forbidden City and stroll through Tiananmen Square, the largest public square in the world. On the north side of the square is the Tiananmen Gate, which overlooks the square, and it was from the balcony of this gate, on October 1, 1949 that chairman Mao proclaimed the founding of the People's Republic of China.

From a huge portrait on the south side of the gate, Mao gazes onto Tiananmen Square, and behind the Tiananmen Gate, inaccessible to commoners for more than 500 years, lies the iconic Forbidden City.
After walking through you the Forbidden City you will have lunch at a local Chinese restaurant before an afternoon visiting the hutongs of Beijing in the back of a rickshaw. You will be transferred by car to your hotel at the end of the tour.

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95 Classic Private Beijing Tour

Classic Private Beijing Tour

 
96 Rainforest Trekking & Canoeing
Rainforest Trekking & Canoeing

VISIT THE LAKE DISTRICT fr £124pp

This excursion begins with a drive north to the Bedugul Regency district, part of the island’s central highlands, renowned for its stunning beauty and three caldera lakes. First stop is at the iconic Ulun Danu Temple, an important Hindu Shivaite water temple on a small jut of land within the calm waters of Lake Beratan. If the water level is high it gives the illusion that this 17th century temple is ‘floating’ on the lake.

After your visit, head towards Lake Tamblingan and begin a gentle trek down through the tropical rainforest. Admire the flora and fauna and take in the clean, mountain air as you hike through a region that has remained at one with nature for many centuries. Reaching the shore of the lake, continue your journey by boat, as you are rowed across in a traditional dug-out canoe to meet your driver and return to your hotel.

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96 Rainforest Trekking & Canoeing

Rainforest Trekking & Canoeing

 
97 Private Gardens by the Bay Tour
Private Gardens by the Bay Tour

SEE THE SUPERTREES fr £125pp

Gardens by the Bay is one of the most stunning additions to the greenest city in Asia. Spanning more than 100 hectares and costing one billion dollars, the gardens opened in 2012 and have already established themselves as an unmissable attraction in Singapore. The gardens house two hi tech climate controlled domes and stunning Supertree structures.

Cloud Forest replicates the moist climates found in the Andes and closer to home Mount Kinabalu in Borneo. Flower Dome mimics the drier climate of the Mediterranean and has beautiful flowers.The real highlight of the gardens are the Supertrees, made famous by David Attenborough's Planet Earth series, which stand 50 metres tall and provide a variety of habitats as well as a Skyway for great views of the city.

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97 Private Gardens by the Bay Tour

Private Gardens by the Bay Tour

 
98 Summer Palace and Beijing Zoo Pandas
Summer Palace and Beijing Zoo Pandas

Pandas and palaces fr £125pp

China’s most famous animal gets somewhat pampered in the Giant Panda hall at Beijing Zoo. In the morning you have a memorable visit to the zoo to see these wonderful creatures at rest and play. Then stop at one of the largest and best-preserved imperial gardens in the world -The Summer Palace - one of the finest landmarks in Beijing.

It has long been a royal garden and was enlarged and embellished by Emperor Qianlong in the 18th century then later abandoned before being rebuilt in 1888. The lovely Kunming Lake occupies three quarters of the area and you have a boat ride before walking the Long Corridor. After lunch at a local restaurant visit the stunning Temple of Heaven before returning to your hotel.

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98 Summer Palace and Beijing Zoo Pandas

Summer Palace and Beijing Zoo Pandas

 
99 River Safari
River Safari

FROM MEGAFISH TO PANDAS fr £125pp

While staying in Singapore this journey of discovery at River Safari is one of the must things to do. At Asia's first and only river-themed wildlife park, you will meet more than 5,000 aquatic and terrestrial animals representing 300 species. During a fun day you can explore eight river habitats from the mighty Mississippi to the majestic Yangtze, and experience rare encounters with river giants and megafishes.

Stroll through freshwater galleries and enter walk-through exhibits to learn about the fascinating flora and fauna of river habitats. Catch up with giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia at the huge Giant Panda Forest, the largest panda exhibit in Southeast Asia, then travel down the Amazon River and be amazed by the world's largest freshwater aquarium at the Amazon Flooded forest. This thrill packed day is perfect for all the family.



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99 River Safari

River Safari

 
100 The Historic Opium Trail on Doi Pui
The Historic Opium Trail on Doi Pui

WALK BACK TO THE PAST fr £128pp

On this popular tour of northern Thailand you begin by driving up Doi Suthep mountain to visit the Buddhist temple Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, which is one of the most famous temples in Chiang Mai. Then continue on to Doi Pui Village, a Hmong community, where you will learn about its turbulent history and how, in the past, the village was involved in opium cultivation before tourism took over.

Take a walk around the village before meeting a guide who will accompany you on a hike to the Hmong village of Ban Mae Sa Mai which is situated in the lush Mae Sa Valley. The hike will take around six hours but there will be comfort stops along the way and lots of opportunities to take pictures and enjoy the stunning views of the valleys and mountains as you hear stories of the opium trade and its impact on the region.



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100 The Historic Opium Trail on Doi Pui

The Historic Opium Trail on Doi Pui

 
101 Bumbu Bali Cooking Class
Bumbu Bali Cooking Class

Learn to cook the Bali way fr £133pp

Enjoy a cookery class that offers an insightful introduction to the unique culinary heritage of Bali and the exotic ingredients it uses. The class starts with an early morning visit to the local vegetable and fish markets in order to select the freshest ingredients for your menu. The market will be bustling with activity as local residents usually complete their daily shopping by 8am.

Arrive at the class venue with full shopping baskets and enjoy a traditional Balinese breakfast of fruit and cakes made from rice and palm sugar. It’s then time to enter the kitchen to begin your masterclass, in which you will be guided through the techniques and flavours required to produce a range of mouth-watering dishes. Then sit down and enjoy the sumptuous feast you have prepared.

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101 Bumbu Bali Cooking Class

Bumbu Bali Cooking Class

 
102 Night Out in Chinatown with Trishaw Ride
Night Out in Chinatown with Trishaw Ride

CHILL OUT IN CHINATOWN fr £135pp

Explore the must-see sights in Singapore's Chinatown on this evening tour. After being collected from your hotel in the city you'll begin the journey into the heart of Chinatown which is filled with colourful and exciting shops, markets and eateries. Test your bargaining skills as you wander around the narrow lanes of the bustling night market which is famous for its leather goods.

One of the highlights of the evening is a trishaw ride through the alleyways of Chinatown to the waterfront at Clarke Quay. There you'll hop into a bumboat for a cruise along the Singapore River, passing the financial district of the city and the iconic Merlion statue along the way .At the end of the tour, you'll be returned safely to your hotel with a storehouse of memories of an unforgettable evening

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102 Night Out in Chinatown with Trishaw Ride

Night Out in Chinatown with Trishaw Ride

 
103 Terracotta Warriors
Terracotta Warriors

Seeing is believing fr £139pp

Admit it, this is what you have travelled so far to see. Start this full-day tour with a visit to the famous UNESCO World Heritage listed Terracotta Warriors site, which is a little over one hour's drive from Xian. Here you see one of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the 20th Century . . . the amazing warriors and their horses, each one with individual faces and expressions.

The Terracotta Army is made up of more than 7,000 soldiers, horses and chariots. The life-sized figures were made by thousands of workers and designed by the self-proclaimed Emperor Qin Shi Huang to defend himself in his afterlife. Sightseeing here, which includes an excellent museum, involves approximately two and a half hours of walking and after lunch you are taken back to your city hotel.

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103 Terracotta Warriors

Terracotta Warriors

 
104 Chengdu Cooking School
Chengdu Cooking School

The Meal Deal fr £146pp

During this fun trip to the Chengdu cooking school, a local chef will introduce you to some of Sichuan cuisine's classic ingredients and specialities including colourful spices, tofu products, cured meats and dozens of different kinds of local pickles and chili bean paste - the soul of Sichuan cuisine. You then work alongside the chef and learn to prepare ingredients and cook then eat your selected dishes.

During your time at the cooking school you will learn so much about all the ingredients of Chinese cooking and how to blend and cook them. The expert chef will guide you through all the processes and give you the confidence to cook great Chinese dishes when you get home that will really impress your dinner guests.

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104 Chengdu Cooking School

Chengdu Cooking School

 
105 Great Wall of China & 798 Art District
Great Wall of China & 798 Art District

Golden day on the Wall fr £146pp

On this brilliant tour you walk the stunningly beautiful, and much less visited, Mutianyu section of the Great Wall, which includes a cable car ride up and down the wall. Located in Huairou County, about 45 miles from Beijing, the incredible Great Wall is one of the wonders of the world, and is a must visit during any stay in Beijing.

Stand on top of one of the ancient watchtowers taking in the vast scale and sheer beauty of the Wall as it snakes its way across the tops of impossibly steep mountain ridges. Enjoy lunch at a Chinese restaurant then return to the city, and stop to visit the 798 Art District, a complex of modern art, restaurants and bars in a converted factory. It's a modern contrast to the ancient wall of China. You will transfer back to your hotel after this visit.


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105 Great Wall of China & 798 Art District

Great Wall of China & 798 Art District

 
106 Bogor – Puncak Countryside Tour
Bogor – Puncak Countryside Tour

GARDENS AND GREAT VIEWS fr £154pp

Around 50 miles south of Jakarta, Bogor is a temperate city known for its Botanical Gardens. They were established in 1811 by Sir Stamford Raffles as the private garden of the Governor-General’s summer residence, and the extensive grounds are home to more than 15,000 species of trees and plants and are also a haven for local birdlife.

Spend time enjoying the estate, from which you can also see the opulent 18th century Presidential Palace. Built as a retreat for the Dutch Governors and later used by the British, the palace has a distinctive architectural style. Then continue to nearby Punak, an attractive spot known for its tea plantations and magnificent mountain vistas. After some time taking in the fresh air and mountain scenery, return to your hotel.

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106 Bogor – Puncak Countryside Tour

Bogor – Puncak Countryside Tour

 
107 Halong Bay Tour
Halong Bay Tour

Say hello to Halong Bay fr £207pp

Beautiful Halong Bay is one of the natural wonders of Vietnam and no visit to the country is complete without experiencing a day on the water there. On this tour you are met at your Hanoi hotel by a guide and driven east for around four hours to the town of Halong City, the gateway to Halong Bay. Along the way pass fields of busy workers farming their rice fields using traditional methods.

You then have three hours aboard your boat cruising around this magnificent bay which has featured in so many films over the years. Halong Bay boasts more than 3,000 islands that rise out of the sea to provide a spectacular natural environment lunch will be served on board after which your cruise continues around the spectacular scenery before returning to dock after which you will be driven back to your hotel in the city.

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107 Halong Bay Tour

Halong Bay Tour

 
108 Orang-Utan Encounter
Orang-Utan Encounter

Meet the wild men of Borneo fr £258pp

Sepilok, a big reserve in the lowland primary rainforest and mangrove, was set up in 1964 to protect the orang-utan - The Wild Man of Borneo - from extinction. At Sepilok orphaned or captured orang-utans are rehabilitated and protected and eventually returned to the wild and you will hear about how this is done during your memorable visit.

Since Sepilok has been established, more than 100 orang-utans have been rehabilitated into the wild. To get more acquainted with the Orang-Utan, you'll have the opportunity to witness the feeding of the young orphans before going to the historic town of Sandakan for your lunch. Then visit Sim-Sim water village, the oldest water village in Sabah which is built on stilts.

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108 Orang-Utan Encounter

Orang-Utan Encounter

 
109 Deluxe Hong Kong Island Tour
Deluxe Hong Kong Island Tour

See the sights in style fr £338pp

Hong Kong was once a simple fishing village but today it is one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities where East truly meets West. You will be amazed by this exciting City of Life on this tour when you see so many of the iconic sights and places. Begin at Man Mo Temple then take the world's steepest funicular railway up to the top of Victoria Peak for stunning views of the harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula.

Next stop is Aberdeen where you tour this old traditional fishing village and ride in a sampan before stopping at a prestigious jewellery factory where you can find hand-crafted fine gems. Then it's on to Repulse Bay, Hong Kong's most popular beach and Stanley Market which is a shoppers' paradise where you can find a wide variety of souvenirs. On this tour you also have a Dim Sum lunch at the Jumbo Floating Restaurant.

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109 Deluxe Hong Kong Island Tour

Deluxe Hong Kong Island Tour

 
110 Panda Volunteer Experience
Panda Volunteer Experience

Panda to the pandas every need fr £406pp

Most visitors to Chengdu make sure that they go to see the lovable Giant Pandas at least once. But on this special Panda Volunteer Experience you can get up close and personal with China's most revered and endangered species. You will have the opportunity to interact with these amazing creatures by preparing their lunches, feeding them, and cleaning their cages . . . something most people could only dream about doing.

The volunteering takes place at the Dujiangyan Base of the China Conservation and Research Centre which is located about a mile from Qingcheng Mountain, just over an hour's drive from Chengdu. Your volunteering day begins at 8.30 in the morning and lasts until 4pm. During this time you will get to work with between 20 and 40 Giant Pandas as well as several red pandas

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110 Panda Volunteer Experience

Panda Volunteer Experience

 
111 A Night to Remember
A Night to Remember

The ultimate dinner

Enjoy an unhurried Trishaw ride through Little India and the oldest parts of Georgetown to the scenic Tanjung Marina City where you will be having your dinner. CHIN’S Penang has brought a new era of trendsetting, culinary chic in the Pearl of the Orient and executive chef Wang ZhiZhong and his creative culinary team from China will delight diners with the wholesome goodness of traditional Chinese recipes.

Against a backdrop of modern and fine cooking techniques your senses will be catapulted into another realm. Nothing is spared at the expense of good taste and the ground breaking cooking culture at CHIN’S encapsulates traditions molded, honed and perfected over time, marrying the freshest authentic produce with the restaurant's exquisite culinary finesse to achieve one perfect dish after another.

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111 A Night to Remember

A Night to Remember

 
112 Angkor Walking Tour
Angkor Walking Tour

Walk into history

You are met at your hotel at 8.00 am by a guide and taken for a tuk-tuk (motorised trolley) trip to monumental Angkor Thom city. At the height of its greatness, Angkor Thom had a population of more than one million people and was larger than the city of London. Today, the massive city walls, 10 miles long and surrounded by a wide moat, are remarkably intact and form the basis of your day of walking.

You approach the city wall's western gate along a bumpy dirt track. From this rambling western entrance begin a gentle walk into a less-visited section of Angkor Thom city visiting Prasat Top, the ruins of the King's Palace, and the beautiful Baphuon. End the morning at the famous Bayon, then return to town for lunch. In the afternoon set out again to walk around the most southern part of Angkor Thom.

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112 Angkor Walking Tour

Angkor Walking Tour

 
113 Authentic Tonle Sap
Authentic Tonle Sap

LIFE ON THE LAKE

While staying at Siem Reap you can take a break from temple visiting to experience authentic rural lifestyles on this fun tour. You are driven to the outskirts of the town to board a private wooden vessel for a boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake. Cruise along the water toward Kampong Phluck village, an authentic village on Southeast Asia’s largest lake. Pass by the boats and nets used by the fishermen and see their floating houses.

Then gain a better understanding of local lifestyles by having lunch with a family in one of the stilt houses, watching the boats pass by. These fascinating houses move location with the annual ebb and flow of the lake's waters so no two trips are ever the same. Due to low water levels during the dry season, this tour is only possible from June to March, but an alternative floating village at Chong Kneas can be visited instead.

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113 Authentic Tonle Sap

Authentic Tonle Sap

 
114 Bago, Allied War Cemetery & Shwemandaw Pagoda
Bago, Allied War Cemetery & Shwemandaw Pagoda

The best of bago

There is so much to see and do when visiting the capital of Mayanmar, but it is always worth taking time out from the hustle and bustle of the city and you do just that on this rewarding full day tour. You are picked up from your city hotel early in the morning and driven to the small town of Bago. This former capital is home to some notable sights, including the sublime Shwemawdaw Paya and the huge Shwethalyaung reclining Buddha.

After seeing all the sights in and around Bago you begin the drive back to Yangon making a stop at the Taukkyan War Cemetery, the final resting place for thousands of Allied soldiers who lost their lives during the Burma and Assam campaigns of World War Two. This cemetery is beautifully maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

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114 Bago, Allied War Cemetery & Shwemandaw Pagoda

Bago, Allied War Cemetery & Shwemandaw Pagoda

 
115 Bandung Mountain Leisure
Bandung Mountain Leisure

MAGIC OF THE MOUNTAINS

Bandung, capital of the province of West Java, has a relatively cool climate. Because of this, Dutch colonial planters made it their retreat from the hot plains and in its heyday the city was known as the “Paris of Java”. Today, it is known as the clothing capital of Indonesia. Visit nearby Cihampelas city, dubbed the Blue Jeans Centre, where you can shop until you drop at the numerous factory outlets.

Next stop is Lembang fruit market, a lively place where you can sample some of the huge variety of tropical fruit grown in this region. Enjoy lunch at a restaurant with great views of the surrounding area then continue to Mount Tangkuban Prahu, a dormant volcano whose summit resembles an upturned boat. Finally drive to nearby Ciater, a small town at the base of the mountain known for its revitalising hot springs.

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115 Bandung Mountain Leisure

Bandung Mountain Leisure

 
116 Bhaktapur and Nagarkot
Bhaktapur and Nagarkot

Cultural gems and fresh air

First drive to Nagarkot and on the way visit Bhaktapur, a city that is world renowned for its elegant art, fabulous culture and indigenous lifestyle. The ancient city is also known as Nepal’s Cultural Gem and is more like an open museum. Monumental masterpieces in Bhaktapur are innumerable, and each seems more attractive than the other. The Durbar Square is one of Nepal's most visited sites.

Here you see the famous 55 Window Palace, Golden Gate, Big Bell, lots of temples and the country’s tallest pagoda temple. Pottery Square is also one of the best places to visit. Later drive to Nagarkot and walk around the hills and villages. Nagarkot is a stunningly beautiful spot where you have time to relax and explore. In this real life Shangri La you can get close to nature and breathe in the pure oxygen of this mountain kingdom.

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116 Bhaktapur and Nagarkot

Bhaktapur and Nagarkot

 
117 Bhaktapur City Tour
Bhaktapur City Tour

Jewel in the crown

Bhaktapur is world renowned for its elegant art, fabulous culture and indigenous lifestyle. The ancient city is also known for its history and heritage and often described as Nepal’s Cultural Gem. Bhaktapur is more like an open museum as there are so many monumental masterpieces to see and each one seems more attractive than the next.

Bhaktapur is 10 miles east of Kathmandu and the city's Durbar Square is one of the gems of the nation. On this fascinating tour you will see the world-renowned 55 Window Palace, Golden Gate, Big Bell, Siddhi Laxmi Temple, and Shiva Temple. In Taumadhi Square stop at Nyatapola Temple which dates back to 1702 AD and is the country’s tallest pagoda temple. Pottery Square is also one of the best places you can visit.

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117 Bhaktapur City Tour

Bhaktapur City Tour

 
118 Boeng Mealea Temple Tour
Boeng Mealea Temple Tour

Wat a contrast!

On this tour you visit the most interesting temple outside Angkor Thom city. Leave your hotel at 8.00 am and begin the two hour drive through scenic rural Cambodia to Boeng Mealea temple. En route stop at Dom Deak town for a wander through a typical village market before arriving at King Suryavarman II's eleventh century Boeng Mealea temple - a prototype for the more famous Angkor Wat.

This temple stands almost forgotten in jungle and getting to the site is quite an adventure in itself. Isolated during Cambodia's civil war, Boeng Mealea was under the control of the Khmer Rouge for decades but has since been 'de-mined' and it is now safe to visit. The atmosphere here is eerie but a welcome contrast to the more visited temples closer to Angkor Wat. End your stay at this special site with a picnic lunch.

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118 Boeng Mealea Temple Tour

Boeng Mealea Temple Tour

 
119 Boudhanath, Pashupatinath and Bhaktapur
Boudhanath, Pashupatinath and Bhaktapur

Three into one does go

The stupa of Budhanath lies five miles east of Kathmandu and on this colossal and ancient stupa, one of the biggest in the world, are the all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. It is built on an octagonal base inset with prayer wheels and is generally acknowledged to be the most important Tibetan Buddhist monument outside Tibet. Tibetans simply call it Chorten Chempo, which means Great Stupa.

Later visit Pashupatinath Temple, not only the holiest Hindu pilgrimage site in Nepal but also one of the holiest destinations in the world. The temple of lord shiva Pashupati Nath has a two tiered golden roof and silver doors. Then at Bhaktapur see fascinating structures like the world-renowned 55 Window palace, Golden Gate, Big Bell and lots of temples. Pottery Square is also one of the best places to visit.

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119 Boudhanath, Pashupatinath and Bhaktapur

Boudhanath, Pashupatinath and Bhaktapur

 
120 Buddhist Alms Giving & a Visit to the Flower Market
Buddhist Alms Giving & a Visit to the Flower Market

Scent of Tradition

An early morning visit to a Buddhist Temple to offer alms to the saffron robed monks is one of the most memorable experiences that a tourist can have in Thailand. On this tour you are picked up from your hotel and taken to the temple to watch as the alms are received in this ancient and colourful spectacle. This is a tradition that has been going on for centuries, and today you can be a part of it.

But your tour doesn't end at the temple. After saying farewell to the monks you are taken to the famous Bangkok Flower Market which is a blaze of colour and powerful scents. Walk among the shops and stalls where the early risers get the best native flora and fauna, including exotic and beautiful orchids that can be bought for a fraction of the price back home.



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120 Buddhist Alms Giving & a Visit to the Flower Market

Buddhist Alms Giving & a Visit to the Flower Market

 
121 Burma Border Crossing, Golden Triangle & Mekong River
Burma Border Crossing, Golden Triangle & Mekong River

CROSS OVER AND STRIKE GOLD

On this popular tour you begin by crossing the border into neighbouring Burma where you witness life in a local village. Rickshaws wait to take you to explore a temple, and ride around town through the lanes and side streets. Stop at a busy market and enjoy haggling for bargains with the chance of getting some hand made goods and souvenirs to take home.

Then you travel to an area known as the Golden Triangle, where the countries of Thailand, Burma and Laos meet. Here you are taken to a viewpoint where you have stunning views over the countryside and the mighty Mekong River at the spot where it joins the Ruak. On this great tour you are picked up from your hotel in the morning and returned there at the end of an exciting day.

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121 Burma Border Crossing, Golden Triangle & Mekong River

Burma Border Crossing, Golden Triangle & Mekong River

 
122 Changdeok Palace Tour
Changdeok Palace Tour

The soul of Seoul

Visit the palace where Korea’s last king and Korea’s last princesses lived and died. Then it’s on to Insadong which is one of the most memorable attractions in Seoul, with its numerous traditional antique shops, art galleries, souvenir shops and restaurants which are all along a narrow alley. You also visit the bustling Namdaemun Market which is a great place to buy cheap goods.

Changdeok Palace was built during the 5th year of the reign of King Taejong (1405) as a royal villa. It was later used as royal residence when Gyeongbok Palace was burned down during the Japanese invasion in 1592. Since the site of the palace is not level, the layout of the buildings is designed in such a way that architectural forms adapt to the changing natural terrain.

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122 Changdeok Palace Tour

Changdeok Palace Tour

 
123 ChanguNarayn and Nagarkot
ChanguNarayn and Nagarkot

THE REAL SHANGRI LA

After breakfast at your hotel, drive to ChanguNarayn Temple, the oldest temple in Kathmandu valley. This impressive double roofed temple was built in the 4th century by Haridatta Varma, who was a Licchavi king who ruled around 325 AD. The present pagoda-style temple was rebuilt in 1702 after the original was destroyed by fire and sits in a beautiful peaceful location just north of Bhaktapur.

Later take a two hour walk from ChanguNarayn temple to Telkot passing lots of villages and meeting the friendly people along the way. From Telkot, drive to Nagarkot, a stunningly beautiful spot where you have time to relax or explore. In this real life Shangri La you can get close to nature and breathe in the pure oxygen of this mountain kingdom.

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123 ChanguNarayn and Nagarkot

ChanguNarayn and Nagarkot

 
124 City and Harbour by Night
City and Harbour by Night

Enjoy the bright lights

This tour starts with dinner at the highest restaurant in Hong Kong, the famous Bubba Gump located at Victoria Peak which offers the best view and panorama of Hong Kong by night and where you are guaranteed a great dining experience. Then feel the authentic hustle and bustle typical of Hong Kong while taking a stroll along the busy, narrow lanes of Temple Street with its rows of brightly lit stalls.

Fortune-tellers gather at the Yau Ma Tei end of the street, as do Chinese opera enthusiasts seeking kindred spirits for impromptu performances. It is open from 4pm to midnight, but really comes alive after sunset.
Continue with a relaxing Harbour Cruise on a quaint Chinese junk where unlimited drinks are served and see the mesmerizing reflections of multicoloured neon lights wavering in the harbour water.

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124 City and Harbour by Night

City and Harbour by Night

 
125 Colours of Ayutthaya by Bike
Colours of Ayutthaya by Bike

SIGHTS FROM THE SADDLE

This Colours of Ayutthaya tour is a relaxed bicycle ride through the suburbs of Ayutthaya City and the historical park and ruins of the old capital. The excursion starts around 10 in the morning and after selecting your bicycle and having a quick bike fitting, you start by heading north through idyllic villages and along rice paddies to visit a local school to interact with the children.

Continue on the ride and make a stop at Phaniat Royal Elephant Kraal. The closer you get to the old capital, the more ruined temples you will see. Enjoy a Thai lunch by the riverside and relax before heading into the historical park to explore the temples and markets. A view of the reclining Buddha offers some great photo opportunities and as well as getting plenty of exercise you see some of the cultural highlights of Thailand.


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125 Colours of Ayutthaya by Bike

Colours of Ayutthaya by Bike

 
126 Cooking Class on the Island
Cooking Class on the Island

COOK UP A THAI TREAT

On this Phuket day trip you are picked up from your hotel by a qualified chef who has years of experience in cooking Thai cuisine. Then you are driven by car to the Phuket Fresh Market to buy the ingredients for your private cooking class. From here, you will head to the famous Blue Elephant Cooking School to turn your ingredients into a meal fit for a King.

The chef will explain and teach you the famous arts of royal Thai cuisine. After getting hands on with the cooking you will then get sample your own dishes alongside other beauitifully cooked Thai foods.


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126 Cooking Class on the Island

Cooking Class on the Island

 
127 Corregidor Island Tour
Corregidor Island Tour

Island of memories

This tadpole shaped island located 40 miles from Manila is a treasure trove for history buffs and you reach it after an hour's ride on a fast ferry from the city. Corregidor is also known as the 'Rock' and was the nerve centre of Manila's naval defence during World War II. It is here that a handful of American and Filipino patriots resisted the Japanese invasion at the beginning of the Pacific war.

A guided tour by bus takes you through the landmarks and features of this island that made it such a formidable defence bastion with its gigantic canons and mile long barracks facility. Visit the Memorial museul with war relics and photos and experience a light and sound multi vision presentation inside a dark tunnel where Douglas McArthur met with the Philippine president and from where they made their dramatic escape.

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127 Corregidor Island Tour

Corregidor Island Tour

 
128 Day Trek to Namoboudha
Day Trek to Namoboudha

Go for a day's walk

You will be collected from your hotel early in the morning for the hike to Namoboudha. Your trek begins from Dhulikhel town and you pass through several charming villages before ending in Panauti village. The trail affords some excellent mountain views and is a delightful way to see the picturesque countryside. Namoboudha means "hail to the Buddha" and is a very sacred site.

The trek takes around five hours to complete and is one of the very popular activities while spending time in Kathmandu. Views of the mountains are stunning at every turn and along the way you will meet and chat with the friendly locals. No visit to the mountain kingdom of Nepal is complete without at least one long walk and this one takes some beating.

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128 Day Trek to Namoboudha

Day Trek to Namoboudha

 
129 Discover the Arts, Exclusive Experience
Discover the Arts, Exclusive Experience

TREASURES OF CAT STREET

Hong Kong is quickly becoming Asia’s arts and cultural hub, with a booming auction market and the gallery scene growing. Most of Hong Kong Island’s antique shops are bunched along Wyndham Street and Hollywood Road in Central and Sheung Wan and if your home is missing that final finishing touch, how about a piece of rare Ming dynasty furniture, an ancient snuff bottle or a Cultural Revolution propaganda poster?

Upper Lascar Row, known as Cat Street, is where you can find such treasures, within its fantastic mix of antique dealers, curio merchants and art galleries. This is also the place to go for bargains in jade, silk products, embroideries and wooden handicraft items. You will have the opportunity to experience some of this vibrant and growing arts and antique scene up close and personal on this popular tour.

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129 Discover the Arts, Exclusive Experience

Discover the Arts, Exclusive Experience

 
130 Dragons Back Guided Hike
Dragons Back Guided Hike

INTO THE COUNTRYSIDE

Hong Kong is remarkable because you can step from busy urban areas into peaceful countryside in less than an hour, as you will discover on this hike along the Dragon's Back Trail. Start out on the iconic and much loved Hong Kong tram and watch commuters heading to work, as you rattle along what was once the waterfront of Hong Kong Island and then complete the journey on the MTR (Mass Transit Railway).

Then walk through Shau Kei Wan wet market before beginning your hike along a lovely cool path through shady groves of bamboo and lush woodland, emerging into open hillsides often covered with wild azaleas or rose myrtle. The route follows the rugged undulating spinal ridge of the Dragon´s Back where stunning views take in dazzling seas, distant Nine Pins Islands, sandy Big Wave Bay, Tai Tam Harbour, Stanley and Red Hill peninsula.

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130 Dragons Back Guided Hike

Dragons Back Guided Hike

 
131 Everest Flight
Everest Flight

Look down on mighty Everest

One thing you must do while staying in Kathmundu is take this one hour scenic flight over the world's highest mountain. You fly across the north east of Nepal and over high Himalayan ranges. As well as getting great views over Mount Everest you will also look down on eight of the other highest peaks in the world that make up the magnificent Himalayas.

The Everest flight is a sparkling clear journey across the world’s highest peaks and across the Roof of the World. The flights operate from Kathmandu in the morning and the cost includes the round trip transfers from your hotel. The trip is weather dependent with the best conditions likely from October until March but you can always go another day if your flight is cancelled..

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131 Everest Flight

Everest Flight

 
132 Exclusive Experience Heritage Tour
Exclusive Experience Heritage Tour

GET A TASTE FOR TANG

Hidden away among high rise apartment towers and busy highways, the past lives on in the New Territories, a living museum shaped by the rise and development of the so-called five great clans of Hong Kong (the Tang, Hau, Pang, Liu and Man). Tsang Tai Uk (Walled Village at the Mountain's Foot), is a Hakka walled village and one of the best preserved and one of the first places visited on this fascinating tour.

Explore rows of houses and an ancestral hall where meetings and ceremonies take place. Next is a visit to a spectacular Tang dynasty-style Buddhist temple the Chi Lin Nunnery. This Buddhist nunnery is stunning with its monastery complex having been renovated as a piece of Tang dynasty architecture. The grand and elegant complex will surely become one of China's great cultural attractions in the years to come.

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132 Exclusive Experience Heritage Tour

Exclusive Experience Heritage Tour

 
133 Flavours of the Andaman
Flavours of the Andaman

Tantalise your taste buds

On this mouth watering tour you can tantalise your taste buds with the rich variety of food offered on the Island. After being picked up from your hotel, discover the preparation secret of the Tao Soh, typical Phuket Chinese pastries. Then head to Phuket Town's Fresh Market to discover the rich variety of herbs and ingredients that make Thai food so delicious and healthy.

Stop to taste the typical Copi (coffee) of the south with some local sweets and visit an orchard with a large variety of fruit trees. Then find out about the secrets of pineapple growing and taste the fruit freshly cut from the plant before visiting a shrimp farm. Then enjoy lunch in a local food court before an afternoon visit to a cashew nut factory and an Orchid Garden. Before going back to your hotel, try the traditional noodle soup.

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133 Flavours of the Andaman

Flavours of the Andaman

 
134 Full Day Kyoto Tour
Full Day Kyoto Tour

See Kyoto's highlights

You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning for a great day touring Kyoto. Begin with a visit to Nijo-jo Castle, which was completed in 1626 and built to provide lodging for Tokugawa Shogun and as a palladium for Kyoto Imperial Palace. Then stop at Kinkaku-ji Temple, visit the Golden Pavillion, which has two floors covered entirely in thin layers of pure gold and detailed architecture incorporating three distinct styles.

When you arrive at Kyoto Imperial Palace you will be given exclusive access to the former residence of the Emperor of Japan, which oversaw many important functions until the capital moved to Tokyo in 1869. Later view the city of Kyoto from a beautiful hilltop temple and take a sip from the Otowa waterfall flowing from beneath the main hall, known to grant wishes to those who drink its waters.

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134 Full Day Kyoto Tour

Full Day Kyoto Tour

 
135 Silk Islands & Mekong Cruise
Silk Islands & Mekong Cruise

This morning you will be picked up and transfer to the port, viewing the back streets of Phnom Penh from the unique front-seat perspective of a traditional Cyclo ride (Cambodian pedal-powered tricycle taxi). After boarding a large traditional wooden boat, enjoy the leisurely cruise along the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers to Koh Oknha Tei Island.

This small Island is known as one of the Silk Islands of the Mekong river, due to the many silk weaving workshops located on the Island. You will instantly feel taken away from the hustle and bustle of the city, as the Island is a true representation of village life in Cambodia.

Your island tuk-tuk will ride past houses on stilts, schools, small local markets and you can stop at stunning Pagodas to take a look at elaborate relief paintings depicting Buddhist stories. You will then make a stop to learn and watch the traditional art of silk weaving. Enjoy a traditional Khmer lunch here, in one of the local thatched-roof huts by the river.

After lunch, cross over to Koh Dach island, a much larger island, and enjoy riding past plantations of Taro, Ginger, Rice and Corn, as well as many tropical fruits including Banana, Papaya, Dragon Fruit, Jackfruit and Rambutan and visit the island’s old light house, complete with its original steel spiral staircase. This is one of only a handful of lighthouses in the world where you could actually spend the night, as it is now a guesthouse. Return to your boat and cruise back to Phnom Penh. Cyclo back to your hotel mid-afternoon. Lunch included.

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135 Silk Islands & Mekong Cruise

Silk Islands & Mekong Cruise

 
136 Day Tour of Seoul
Day Tour of Seoul

The heart of Seoul

Seoul is a careful balance of Eastern and Western influences and today’s fusion of tradition and modernity has made it a vibrant, complex and ever intriguing city to visit. On this tour you will see all the main sights including the Jogye Temple, the Royal Guard Changing Ceremony, Gyeongbok Palace, the National Folk Museum, the Presidential Blue House and the Amethyst or Ginseng Centre.

At the end of this fascinating tour you stop at the Korean Folk Village which vividly recreates the lifestyle of the Joseon Period. It is 30 miles south of Seoul where clear streams flow through lush forests. There you see a forge, a pottery kiln, a village school, a rice cake shop and a 99-room nobleman's residence. It also contains about 270 farmhouses that feature the characteristics of each region.

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136 Day Tour of Seoul

Day Tour of Seoul

 
137 Graceworks Cooking Class
Graceworks Cooking Class

Take a cook's tour

While staying in Myanmar's capital city it is worth taking a break from sightseeing and enjoying this cooking class, which is designed for small groups of two to six people. The fun begins with a visit to a local market where your guide will practice his or her English skills and show you the variety of products the market has to offer and help you to buy ingredients.

Then you are taken to the Graceworks Centre in the north of the city where you spend about two hours cooking traditional Burmese dishes. The recipes are from many diverse cuisines, from Burmese to Shan to Rakhine and as you prepare the food talk to the motivated young trainees, building their confidence and self-esteem. The session ends with lunch and a friendly post-meal chat giving you a real insight into the lives of the young locals.

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137 Graceworks Cooking Class

Graceworks Cooking Class

 
138 Gyeongju Day Tour
Gyeongju Day Tour

Take the train

On this tour to Gyeongju you are taken to the train station in Soeul and travel by rail to Gyeongju. On arrival a bus is waiting to take you on a fascinating tour when you will first be taken to see the Poseokjeong Garden and the Cheonmachong Tomb. After lunch you stop at the Seokguram Grotto then visit the Bulguksa temple before catching the train back to South Korea's capital city.

There are lots to see and do when visiting South Korea and it can be hard to tear yourself away from the sights and sounds of the capital city Soeul. But this train trip out to Gyeongju is well worth taking and on this informative guided tour you will learn so much about life outside the big city and see plenty of interesting sights during an action packed day.

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138 Gyeongju Day Tour

Gyeongju Day Tour

 
139 DMZ Tour
DMZ Tour

The great divide

Korea is the only divided country in the world, which means DMZ is the only place that you can experience this situation. There is no danger in this zone but it is a great mirror of what is going on in Korea at the present time and you will learn so much on this tour. Imjingak is the place where the Korean war broke out on June 25th 1950 and ever since the country has been divided.

On this fascinating trip you will see diverse places including the war record monument of Imjingak district, a monument of America’s entry into the war, and the train used to travel to Sinuiju before the partition of the Korean Peninsula. Also visit the tunnels along the Military Demarcation Line and the Dorasan Station which one day may be the train link to the European continent via the Siberian Railway.

Please note, this tour does not visit the JSA.

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139 DMZ Tour

DMZ Tour

 
140 Half Day Manila City Tour
Half Day Manila City Tour

Get to know the city

When visiting the capital of the Philippines it is well worth taking this guided half day sightseeing tour in the bustling metropolis during which you will see so many of the famous places and meet lots of local people. You begin in the financial district of Makati then make stops at imposing Fort Bonifaco and then the American Cemetery.

From here move on to Rizal Park and after a brief picture stop see the historic walled city of Intramuros. Walk along the cobbled streets around St Augustin Church, the country's oldest stone church and see Fort Santiago, the central district Quiapo with its markets and visit the Chinese cemetery. At the end of this fascinating tour you will be dropped back at your hotel.

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140 Half Day Manila City Tour

Half Day Manila City Tour

 
141 Private Hoi An Walking Tour
Private Hoi An Walking Tour

Charms of Hoi An

When visiting charming Hoi An it is well worth making the most of your time and the knowledge of an experienced local guide who will help you design the perfect walking tour for you. Located on the country's magnificent central coast, this one-time trading port retains an old world ambience and a rich historical quality that resulted in its listing as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

This 'menu' style tour enables you, together with one of the experienced local guides, to tailor make your tour specific to you own interests. Prior to departing, your guide will meet you at your hotel and talk you through the various options to ensure you make the most of your day. Then you begin your walk around this fascinating city seeing all the sights and major points of interest.

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141 Private Hoi An Walking Tour

Private Hoi An Walking Tour

 
142 Private Luang Prabang Tour with Monk Alms
Private Luang Prabang Tour with Monk Alms

SEE THE FAMOUS RITUAL

Rise early this morning to observe the majestic 'takbat' ceremony, the daily offering of alms to monks. Watch as the town's hundreds of monks proceed down the street in a single-file line of bright saffron-coloured robes, collecting offerings from the lay people. Following this ritual, take a stroll through the 'morning market' to see many exotic foods and tropical fruits on sale before returning to your hotel for breakfast.


For the rest of this half day tour explore the National Museum, full of fine examples of Lao art and furniture and the former residence of the now deposed royal family. Then visit the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre, where you will gain a detailed insight into the many fascinating ethnic groups so central to the formation of modern day Laos. Finish your morning with a stop at the serene Wat Xieng Thong, famous for its Tree of Life mosaic.


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142 Private Luang Prabang Tour with Monk Alms

Private Luang Prabang Tour with Monk Alms

 
143 Half Day Private Phnom Penh Tour
Half Day Private Phnom Penh Tour

VISITS WITH A SILVER LINING

You will be met at your hotel in the morning by an experienced guide to start this tour of Phnom Penh, first visiting the National Museum, home to some of the finest art treasures in Cambodia and the ideal place to gain an overview of the country's fascinating history. Then continue to the Royal Palace, which was built in 1866, and see the impressive Chan Chaya Pavilion, Royal Throne Hall and celebrated Silver Pagaoda.

This pagoda is so-called because the floor consists of around 5,000 silver tiles, each weighing 1kg. It also houses two priceless Buddha figures, the Emerald Buddha, which dates from the 17th century and is made of crystal, and another made of pure gold, encrusted with 9,584 diamonds. Finally you visit Wat Phnom, the city's most important temple and founding place, before returning to the hotel early in the afternoon..



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143 Half Day Private Phnom Penh Tour

Half Day Private Phnom Penh Tour

 
144 Hidden Valley Tour
Hidden Valley Tour

Back to nature

Hidden valley spring is located in the small town of Alaminos Laguna around 60 miles south of Manila and is a perfect place to be close to nature while holidaying in the Philippines. The picturesque valley is in fact a huge and deep crater area that was believed to have been formed by volcanic eruption many thousands of years ago.

The vegetation flourishing in the area is fascinating and along the way you see giant hardwood trees, ferns and orchids. The area is interlaced with paths, linking to numerous spring fed pools that lead to a small gorge and waterfall. Swimming or just lazing by the pool is the main activity here and a delicious lunch and afternoon snacks are served at the resort's pavilion.

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144 Hidden Valley Tour

Hidden Valley Tour

 
145 Higashiyama Half Day Walking Tour
Higashiyama Half Day Walking Tour

Walking wonders

The Higashiyama District along the lower slopes of Kyoto's eastern mountains is one of the city's best preserved historic districts, and a great place to experience traditional old Kyoto. The streets are lined by small shops, cafes and restaurants which have been catering to tourists and pilgrims for centuries. These businesses retain their traditional design and sell local specialties such as Kiyomizu-yaki pottery, sweets, pickles, crafts and souvenirs.

Start the day with a visit to Kodaiji Temple with its halls, gravel and landscape gardens, teahouses and a bamboo grove. Yasaka Pagoda, the last remnant of Hokanji Temple, is one of the most visible and recognizable landmarks in the area and you can climb up inside the five story pagoda. Then visit the Yasaka Shrine and the temple at Chionin whose entrance gate is the largest wooden gate in Japan and was featured in the movie Last Samurai.

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145 Higashiyama Half Day Walking Tour

Higashiyama Half Day Walking Tour

 
146 Hill Tribe Trek
Hill Tribe Trek

SKY'S THE LIMIT

Leave early for a 50 minute drive west to the village of Long Lao, the starting point for your hike. This rustic village, little-visited by tourists, is nestled inside a picture-perfect valley and consists of ethnic Hmong and Kamu enclaves. A local trekking guide will join you and your Lao guide, to lead your hike of six to seven hours beginning with an ascent to a skyline ridge, offering views over Long Lao village and its enclosing valley.


Then you follow a marked trail, which will be steep in parts and slippery in the wet season, stopping at Nong Koi Lake, a picturesque watering place for animals. Around half way in to your hike, stop for a picnic lunch and admire the views of surrounding hills. The rest of your walk is a descent through forests and over plains to the town of Xieng Ngeun where you will be met and driven back to Luang Prabang.


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146 Hill Tribe Trek

Hill Tribe Trek

 
147 Historical Malacca Day Tour
Historical Malacca Day Tour

Visit magical Malacca

Located just two hours away from the capital city is Malacca, the place where the nation was born and where the past and present still meets. The history of Malaysia is said to have begun at this great seaport where the Portuguese, Dutch and English once ruled. This once powerful and prosperous trading port is now a delightful city.

On arrival you visit the 17th century Chinese Cemetery and enjoy the views of the city from Chinese Hill before driving though the Portugese Settlement to view the ruins of St. Paul’s Church before enjoying a traditional Malaysian lunch. Later enjoy a stroll along Jonker’s Street, otherwise known as the Antique Row, and then see the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia before returning to Kuala Lumpur in the early evening.

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147 Historical Malacca Day Tour

Historical Malacca Day Tour

 
148 Hoi An Fisherman Tour
Hoi An Fisherman Tour

Family fishing trip

You will learn everything about the lives of the local Hoi An fishermen on this family-run, interactive tour. You will first be picked up from your hotel by an experienced local guide and taken to the jetty where you board your boat for a cruise through Water Coconut Palm Canal - a tranquil area little visited by tourists.

Learn about the history of the area and the lives of the local fisherman during this fun, hands-on experience. Find out about local fishing techniques and how to navigate a basket boat through the narrow waterways and then enjoy a sumptuous seafood lunch on board. This family-run tour offers local interaction and gives you a real insight into Vietnamese life.


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148 Hoi An Fisherman Tour

Hoi An Fisherman Tour

 
149 Hoi An Village Cycle Tour
Hoi An Village Cycle Tour

On your bike in Hoi An

You will be met at your hotel and driven to the starting point of the tour, pick up your bicycle, then begin your guided cycling tour as you head away from town along the quite surrounding streets. Then a series of river crossings by boat and bamboo bridges will bring you to some of the small islands in this lower stretch of the Thu Bon River.

Along the way you will see a local ice making factory, traditional wooden boatyard and an interesting brick kiln factory. Continue cycling along narrow lanes and small paths as you explore the islands further, including a woven mat making village, before stopping for a delicious lunch in the gardens of a local family's house. A short ride and boat trip brings you back to the mainland where your tour ends.

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149 Hoi An Village Cycle Tour

Hoi An Village Cycle Tour

 
150 Hong Kong by Bicycle
Hong Kong by Bicycle

GET ON YOUR BIKE

On this fun tour you first cycle through the Kam Tin Walled City and on to the historic village of Shui Tau with its Old Schoolhouse Museum and Ancestral Halls. Then ride to the nearby Mystery Tree House. There is 850 years of history to pore over at this site and from here you cycle out on a bike path via Sha Po village to Nam Sheng Wai - an area known for its many bird species.

Then arrive at the old city of Yuen Long where you have a Dim Sum lunch before riding on to the fish ponds of Tsim Bei Tsui and the border fence with China. Continuing on Deep Bay Road next stop is Lau Fau Shan, an ancient fishing village with an interesting market and oyster beds. Time for Old Wives Cake, a real Yuen Long specialty, before ending your adventure at the Wetland Park.

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150 Hong Kong by Bicycle

Hong Kong by Bicycle

 
151 Hong Kong Helicopter Experience
Hong Kong Helicopter Experience

SOAR OVER THE SIGHTS

There are so many ways to experience the beauty of Hong Kong, but none better than from a helicopter. And on this fantastic tour will get a bird’s eye view as you fly over and around the harbour and see the spectacular high-rise density of the Central District, and along the stunning bays and beaches on the south side of Hong Kong Island.

This great adventure lasts for around 15 minutes and you will be picked up from your hotel and taken back there after the trip. And you will be accompanied by a local guide who will explain everything you will see during the flight. Hong Kong has so many famous sights, from Victoria Peak to Aberdeen Harbour and to soar above them in a modern helicopter makes for a truly memorable experience.

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151 Hong Kong Helicopter Experience

Hong Kong Helicopter Experience

 
152 Hong Kong Island Tour
Hong Kong Island Tour

See the many faces of Hong Kong

The tour begins with a tram ride to Victoria Peak for a 360-degree view of the city, harbour, and islands that has mesmerised visitors and inspired photographers since the tramway opened in 1888. Then it's on to your next destination, Aberdeen. Here the contrast in Hong Kong lifestyles is never more evident. Sampans zip around the harbour, their size dwarfed by huge multi-million dollar yachts.

A sampan cruise around the docked boats provides a glimpse of every day life as people go about their business repairing nets, cooking, and sorting the catch on their fishing boats. Next stop is the popular outdoor Stanley Market where good bargains are designer goods and factory outlet clothing, brassware, porcelains, leather goods and souvenirs such as chops, silk shorts, and jade trinkets.

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152 Hong Kong Island Tour

Hong Kong Island Tour

 
153 Hong Kong Living Culture, Exclusive Experience
Hong Kong Living Culture, Exclusive Experience

TEA AND REFLEXOLOGY

Hong Kong is a kaleidoscope of life, a sophisticated fusion of East and West, a city of diversity where old and new meet at every turn, and today you will discover its living culture. Start the day with a slow motion tai chi class and during the hour-long lesson along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront, enjoy fantastic views across Victoria Harbour to Hong Kong Island. Then visit a tea house to learn about the intricate rituals involved in drinking it.

Next you have the chance to sample a traditional Dim Sum meal, Cantonese cuisine at its best, created from the freshest local ingredients by a team of regionally renowned chefs. The final stop is to enjoy a foot reflexology session, which involves applying focused pressure to certain known reflex points located in the foot that correspond to certain other areas in the body so as to cure or prevent disease.

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153 Hong Kong Living Culture, Exclusive Experience

Hong Kong Living Culture, Exclusive Experience

 
154 Islands of the Mekong - Cycle Tour
Islands of the Mekong - Cycle Tour

Ride back in time

It's good to get some exercise while holidaying in Cambodia and this 20 mile ride along flat roads and tracks is also a sightseeing trip to remember. Begin in the morning by cycling along quiet back roads, visiting local communities and passing through farmland where you will get a great insight into village life in the countryside.

Then, after crossing the river by boat, you take a relaxing journey through Cham Muslim communities on quiet back roads and short ferry rides to reach the Mekong Islands. Here you can cycle through orchards and market gardens and across the peaceful farmland and learn about the lives of the people who live and work here.

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154 Islands of the Mekong - Cycle Tour

Islands of the Mekong - Cycle Tour

 
155 Jeep to My Son
Jeep to My Son

CHARM OF THE CHAM PEOPLE

Leave your Hoi An hotel and travel through countryside hamlets seeing the locals at work and stopping at some markets on the way to My Son, where you set off on foot to the ruins of dozens of red brick towers built during the 7th – 13th centuries. Take the narrow paths to explore the numerous ruins while soaking in the amazing atmosphere of this historic site.

On the way back to Hoi An visit a bronze casting village and stop at a house to learn about the history of this ancient art and its importance in Vietnamese culture. Enjoy lunch at a village house and meet the Cham people, take pictures with them and hear stories about their everyday lives. The route back to Hoi An takes you through rice paddies and lush countryside where there are lots of photo opportunities.


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155 Jeep to My Son

Jeep to My Son

 
156 Jungle Safari Tour
Jungle Safari Tour

Jungle jeep jaunt

Spend a day in the wild travelling on foot and by jeep. This unbeatable tour offers the perfect introduction to Koh Samui’s natural scenery while enjoying an exhilarating adventure. Begin on a high at the stunning Namuang Waterfall, which is considered one of the most beautiful on Koh Samui.

The Kunaram Temple is pretty enough to merit a detour but the presence of a mummified monk who died while meditating has made it a must see attraction. Then take a jeep ride through the jungle for an unforgettable safari and have lunch at a mountain-top restaurant overlooking Angthong National Marine Park before driving through tropical fruit orchards to see a rubber making demonstration.

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156 Jungle Safari Tour

Jungle Safari Tour

 
157 Private Tour of Kampong Khleang & Roulos Temples
Private Tour of Kampong Khleang & Roulos Temples

Cruise Tonle and take in temples

Leave your hotel in Siem Reap for the one hour journey to the world's second largest freshwater lake, magnificent Tonle Sap. Here board a boat and head onto the lake, passing the village of Kampong Khleang and viewing daily life on the water. This village is a mix of high stilt houses, built above the highest water level, and floating houses. Cruise along and see the unique houses on stilts, and the daily life of the village.

Your boat will meander slowly through the village and grassland canals, allowing you to catch glimpses of flora and fauna and see a truly beautiful ecosystem, before emerging onto the Tonle Sap lake itself. Once back on dry land you drive back towards Siem Reap to the Roulos group of temples where you have time to explore before a picnic lunch. Then you are driven back to your hotel.

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157 Private Tour of Kampong Khleang & Roulos Temples

Private Tour of Kampong Khleang & Roulos Temples

 
158 Kathmandu City and Swayambhunath
Kathmandu City and Swayambhunath

See the square and the stupa

On this Kathmandu city tour you get to visit Hanuman Dhoka, Kathmandu's Durbar Square and the temples built during the reign of Malla Kings (1200 to 1768) which are beautiful examples of Newari Architecture, Nepal’s most distinctive style. This important historical attraction has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and there are great photo opportunities.

You also stop at Kasthamandap – the wooden building said to have given Kathmandu its name - and the pyramid shaped three roofed Taleju Temple, one of the oldest temples in the square. Later drive to Swayambhunath Stupa which is more than 2,000 years old and is perched on a hill above the valley floor, offering a bird’s eye view of Kathmandu. Some of the Tibetan exiles in Nepal live near the stupa.

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158 Kathmandu City and Swayambhunath

Kathmandu City and Swayambhunath

 
159 Kathmandu, Swayambhunath and Patan
Kathmandu, Swayambhunath and Patan

Squares and scenic views

Begin with a tour of Kathmandu seeing all the main sights including Durbar Square with its distinctive styled temples. This important historical attraction has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the Kasthamandap – the wooden building that is said to have given Kathmandu its name and the Taleju Temple, one of the oldest temples in the square.

Later drive to Swayambhunath Stupa which is more than 2,000 years old and is perched on a hill above the valley floor, offering a bird’s eye view of Kathmandu City. Then drive to Patan where you get the chance to visit Durbar Square which is full of temples. One remarkable monument here is a 17th century temple dedicated to the Hindu God Krishna built entirely of stone with rare carvings on its walls.

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159 Kathmandu, Swayambhunath and Patan

Kathmandu, Swayambhunath and Patan

 
160 Kimchi Cooking Class
Kimchi Cooking Class

Cook like a local

Here's your chance to learn how to cook Korean Food and the country's popular main dish. Kimchi is a traditional Korean fermented dish made of vegetables with varied seasonings and is similar to the spicy Chinese cabbage variety. It is a common side dish eaten at every Korean meal with rice. You buy your ingredients at the historic Tongin Market before starting your cooking class.

Then visit the newly opened Cheongwadae Sarangchae, a history center that gives visitors a chance to follow in the footsteps of presidents of Korea and gain an insight into the history of Seoul. On the first floor is the Korea Centre and the Hi Seoul Centre with its many tourist attractions, famous restaurants, festivals, Seoul history and the famous Hangang River.


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160 Kimchi Cooking Class

Kimchi Cooking Class

 
161 Koh Ker Jungle Explorer Day Tour
Koh Ker Jungle Explorer Day Tour

Jungle's hidden secret

On this fascinating tour you visit Koh Ker, former 10th century capital of the Angkorian empire. Long abandoned to the forests of Cambodia, the ruins here were some of the most inaccessible and remote in the country until completion of a new road in 2004. After a journey of three hours through typical Cambodian countryside arrive at the Koh Ker city ruins.

Begin your discovery by passing through a 'gorupa' gateway, flanked by atmospheric sanctuaries and walk along a naga (serpent) lined causeway to Prasat Krahorm. The Koh Ker centrepiece is Prasat Thom, a huge seven-level sandstone pyramid. Climb to the top on a series of wooden ladders and take in the panoramic jungle views. After lunch and a rest break, discover outlying temples with your guide.

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161 Koh Ker Jungle Explorer Day Tour

Koh Ker Jungle Explorer Day Tour

 
162 Korea House Show with Dinner
Korea House Show with Dinner

Top show in town

Korea House is located in the centre of Korea, in the Jung-gu district of Seoul, near Chungmuro, the heart of the Korean film industry. Here visitors can feel the country's unique culture with their five senses in antique and elegant buildings and taste the traditional court cuisine cooked by top chefs on the basis of the records contained in ancient literature.

After a memorable meal settle down to experience a show that has been staged for more than 32 years, has been performed more than 16,000 times and been enjoyed by around two million visitors from all around the world. There are eight different performances combined in an omnibus format that lasts for one hour. At the end you can have your photos taken with the beautiful performers.


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162 Korea House Show with Dinner

Korea House Show with Dinner

 
163 Korean Folk Village Tour
Korean Folk Village Tour

Fun in the folk village

You will experience the culture of the late Joseon Dynasty on this fascinating tour when you visit a huge village that has about 260 different types of house from each of the country's provinces. You will see how Koreans used to live in the past in this folk village where you are treated to a memorable performance of a traditional show.

The Korean Folk Village, which vividly recreates the lifestyle of the Joseon Period, is nestled 30 miles south of Seoul where clear streams flow through lush forests. The region embraces a government office, a forge, a pottery kiln, a village school, a rice cake shop and a 99-room nobleman's residence. It also contains about 270 farmhouses that feature the characteristics of each region.

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163 Korean Folk Village Tour

Korean Folk Village Tour

 
164 Kuang Si Falls by Boat
Kuang Si Falls by Boat

WEAVE YOUR WAY TO THE FALLS

You are picked up from your hotel by private car and taken to Kuang Si Falls, the most beautiful and famous waterfalls in Laos. On the way, stop at Phou Si market, a vibrant place for an introduction to the colourful fruits and vegetables which make up the tasty regional diet. Then make a stop at the riverside setting of the Ock Pop Tok weaving centre and see the craftsmen and women at work making lots of traditional items.


Then leave for Kuang Si falls, a journey of 40 minutes. When you arrive you can swim in the turquoise waters, or simply explore the beautiful surroundings. Enjoy free time before visiting a nearby sanctuary which cares for and rehabilitates bears rescued from animal traders, or from deforested habitat. Later return to Luang Prabang on the magical Mekong, on a private cruise boat, passing pretty countryside and villages.







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164 Kuang Si Falls by Boat

Kuang Si Falls by Boat

 
165 Kuang Si Falls Half Day Tour
Kuang Si Falls Half Day Tour

MARKETS, WATERFALLS AND BEARS

You are picked up from your hotel by private car and taken to Kuang Si Falls, the most beautiful and famous waterfalls in Laos. On the way, stop at Phou Si market, a vibrant place for an introduction to the colourful fruits and vegetables which make up the tasty regional diet. Then make a stop at the riverside setting of the Ock Pop Tok weaving centre and see the craftsmen and women at work making lots of traditional items.

Then leave for Kuang Si falls, a jo