Malaysia

Malaysia is sometimes overlooked as a destination lurking in the shadows of ever-popular Thailand, but it is this limelight-dodging attitude that makes us love the country even more. Its jungle/beach double act us utterly beguiling, a natural canvas foe one-off travel experiences. The peninsula and islands are thick with ancient forest and edged by breath-taking beaches, the people are proud of their timeless land and the culture is steeped in tradition. There’s a unique edge to Malaysia, a romantic up-sticks-and-move-there notion we find hard to shrug off.

Where to take the Family this Easter…

30th March 2022
by Lizzie Jones

For a very special Easter Holiday, take your family, bucket and spade long haul! We work closely with a number of excellent airlines who offer route options to different destinations. Our team have a fantastic knowledge of seat pitches, airline routes, child discounts and over night flights, so make sure you find the perfect option […]

A Traveller’s Guide to Wedding Anniversary Holidays

6th April 2021
by James Bell

A man really only has to remember two dates throughout his life. The first is his own birthday and the second is his wedding anniversary. He can even get away with forgetting his children’s birthdays as long as he doesn’t forget his wedding anniversary. His wife will always (hopefully) remind him of everything else. When […]

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