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COUNTRIES WE TRAVEL TO IN ASIA

  • Cambodia

    Cambodia is home to the magnificent temples of Angkor, whose very name is synonymous with Asian mysticism, jungle temples and the exotic architecture unique to the region. Angkor has captured the imagination of the European traveller since Henri Mouhot visited the ruins in 1860 and today has become one of South-East Asia’s most desirable destinations.

  • Hong Kong

    Fast-paced and fabulous, a luxury holiday in Hong Kong will guarantee to be a heady blend of skyscrapers and shopping, culture and cuisine. With British influence still prevalent in many ways, Hong Kong is a unique enclave in the People’s Republic of China...

  • Indonesia

    With over 1300 different islands, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago. Blessed with the history of ancient civilisations, a dramatic volcanic landscape and an abundance of beaches, it remains an evocative and enticing destination. Indonesia’s rain falls largely during the winter months of November to March, thus making parts of Indonesia the ideal Asian destination during the summer months, when the rest of South-East Asia can experience rain.

  • Laos

    Indochina’s least populated and least developed country, Laos, remains a hidden gem; a testament to a way of life untouched by time and by the fast paced development of Asia’s more powerful economies. Whilst this idyllic country may not boast the infrastructure of her neighbours, she also lacks the sometimes frenetic pace of Thailand or Vietnam and it is this relatively unspoiled way of life which forms a large part of the attraction to this unusual destination.

  • Malaysia

    Malaysia is like two countries in one, divided by the South China Sea. The multi-cultural Malay Peninsula (formerly Malaya) is the finger of land which shares a border with Thailand to the north and Singapore to the south. Across the sea to the east, Borneo (Asia’s largest island and the third largest island in the world) is divided among three countries – Indonesia, Brunei and Malaysia. The Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak in the island’s north are known as Malaysian Borneo. Malaysia has a vibrant mix of oriental cultures. Its cities combine traditional and modern skylines, from the skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur to the unique architectural heritage of the historic cities of Malacca (also spelt Melaka) and George Town in Penang. The landscapes range from the rolling green hills and tea plantations of the Cameron Highlands to the palm fringed, white-sandy beaches of Langkawi or Gaya Island.

  • Philippines

    The Philippines is an intriguing destination, much less on the tourist map compared to its popular neighbours of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. The infrastructure is not as developed and island hopping a bit more of a challenge but that is part of the appeal of this picture perfect destination. This is untouched nature with breath-taking scenery, immaculate beaches – and with far less visitors you can enjoy it at its pristine, unadulterated best. Turquoise Holidays has unravelled the complexities of getting around the Philippines, sought out the most exquisite islands and sampled the best resorts to help you create the perfect, romantic escape.

  • Singapore

    Well-organised, spotless and orderly, this island city state has a squeaky clean reputation which makes it a delight for tourists to discover. With English widely spoken and an easy to navigate transport system, Singapore is perhaps the most accessible of Asia’s grand cities.

  • Thailand

    The Land of Smiles is the perfect blend of discovery and adventure, twinned with warm and welcoming beach resorts that will appeal to all.

  • Vietnam

    With over 80 million inhabitants and a young population, there is a tangible sense of growth and excitement as Vietnam adapts its Socialist rule to the modern age, overcoming a turbulent past and hurtling towards a prosperous future. Shopping in one of Hanoi’s increasing number of chic boutiques, staying at one of the latest stylish resorts or sampling Saigon’s emerging bar and restaurant scene, you will be amazed by the frenetic pace at which these great cities are developing.

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!