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Couples Holidays

Couples Holidays

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Culinary Tours

Culinary Tours

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De-Stress

De-Stress

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Detox

Detox

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Family Holidays

Family Holidays

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Fitness Adventure Tours

Fitness Adventure Tours

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Healing

Healing

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Honeymoon Holidays

Honeymoon Holidays

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LGBT Tours

LGBT Tours

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Relax & Leisure Vacation

Relax & Leisure Vacation

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Seasonal Tour

Seasonal Tour

In Herman Heese’s seminal classic Sidharttha, our young protagonist says across the river: “They heard it laugh, but they did not hear it all. Listen, you will hear more. “The river embodies the concept that the only constant in life is change, whether you drive the Irrawaddy in Myanmar, the Mekong in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam, or meander through the limestone karst of Ha Long Bay in Vietnam Passages of Asia have the opportunity to hear everything the water has to say.

It is estimated that the Mekong, Asia’s largest river, affects the daily lives of 300 million people. The Mekong is more than just a waterway, from the power supply of the cities to the supply of distant villages. The Irrawaddy, which neatly halves Myanmar from north to south, is the testing ground for the endangered river dolphin, but also connects Mandalay, Bagan and Yangon. Similar stories can be told from all waters of Asia.

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Short Break

Short Break

Ginger. Chili. Garlic. Lemongrass. Kaffir lime. Pepper from Kampot. Sichuan pepper. Tomatoes from Inle Lake. Mangoes and star fruits as well as durian and papaya. Ingredients meet to create some of the best flavors in the world. From bizarre grasshoppers to Michelin-starred street vendors, Asia’s main attraction is not what you see, it’s what you eat.

Life revolves around the table in all cultures. But nowhere is it as ubiquitous as in Asia. Walk down the street from Hanoi or Hong Kong, Beijing or Bangkok or Bali and your senses are under attack. Sizzling woks. Flash fried chili peppers sting your eyes. Leg of lamb on a Mongolian style skewer on a hutong in Beijing. Sushi, recently picked from the sea, is served by a chef as talented as his samurai ancestors.

While local life is still about street food, Asia’s next generation is promoting traditional cuisine. Whether it’s integrating international influences from around the world, such as Peru, into sourcing high-quality ingredients from farms in New Zealand, Asia offers a cuisine that is equal to that of Europe and North America.

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Short Breaks in Cambodia

Short Breaks in Cambodia

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Short Breaks in Laos

Short Breaks in Laos

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Short Breaks in Vietnam

Short Breaks in Vietnam

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Solo Holidays

Solo Holidays

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Special Interests

Special Interests

A budget traveler, for example, can stay overnight in budget accommodation or hostels, enjoy cheap meals and fly in the off-season. Budget travelers are different from backpackers in the sense that they may not stay for a longer period of time. They tend to go to budget hotels / motels rather than hostels, and their travel is usually not indefinite.

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Summer Holidays

Summer Holidays

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Theme Tours

Theme Tours

As the number of travelers continues to increase, the “highlights” are exceeded. Twenty years ago, a lot of intrepid travelers got up in the sun to watch them climb over Angkor Wat. In 2016, more than two million travelers visited the legendary Khmer Temple. Similar trends can be found throughout Asia. Once lonely national parks today remind of a jam on weekdays. Islands famous for their lost paradises are currently closed as ecosystems can not cope with the expanding tourism footprint. The “highlights” become a stop on Instagram and lose the essence that made them magical in the first place.

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Wellness & Health Tour

Wellness & Health Tour

The ocean has instructed humanity to return since our ancestors designed to go to the land. The water is part of our soul. And in Asia there is a beach that satisfies every soul. For those looking for loneliness on sugar-white sand, there is To Pho Beach on Koh Kood in eastern Thailand.

For those who want to dive in a real aquarium, Sipadan is an uninhabited pearl in Borneo’s Celebes Sea. For those looking for a youthful revival, there is Phra Nang Beach on Railay, which can only be reached by longtail boat along the Thai Andaman coast. For those who want to indulge in fine linens and eat even finer, the five-star resorts on Langkawi Island in Malaysia are just the ticket. For those who want to bathe at the bottom of the world, Ngapali Beach is a mashup of hippie hideaway and barefoot luxury in the Bay of Bengal in Myanmar.

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Wellness Culture Tours

Wellness Culture Tours

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World Heritages Exploring

World Heritages Exploring