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Far East & Southeast Asia

These regions combine temples, beaches and striking scenery with an impressive mix of modern inventions


The Far East and Southeast Asia regions are rich in culture, with destinations and experiences that all travellers fall in love with. The bustling atmosphere of Seoul, for example, with its fashion-forward ways is perfect for the modern-day city explorer, while Bangkok is sprawling with opportunities between the densely packed markets and awe-inspiring skyscrapers. There’s also Hong Kong, too, a mesmerising combination of old and new.

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Siem Reap

Siem Reap

The inland town in northwest Cambodia is an ideal destination for culture-loving clients. It’s the gateway to the 12th-century temples of Angkor that make up the world’s largest religious site. Land stays can be dovetailed with cruises to and from Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City.



Formerly the Burmese capital of Rangoon, this fascinating city in Myanmar has a wealth of sights including the jewel-studded Shwedagon Pagoda, expansive markets and fantastic restaurants.

Exotic river cruises: Mekong

River cruise

Seasoned cruise clients can enjoy the best of both worlds by combining an ocean sailing with a Mekong river cruise.

Halong Bay

Don't miss this excursion

UNESCO-listed Halong Bay is an ethereal combination of emerald green waters dotted with more than 2,000 limestone islands, often shrouded in mist. Traditional junks take passengers around the bay on half, full-day and overnight trips.

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The Far East and Southeast Asia provide the chance to experience a multitude of cultures in one trip

Class cuisine

Authentic experiences and fantastic food are par for the course, so sell to clients who want to expand their horizons

Land tours

Don’t forget there are multiple opportunities to combine a cruise with a relaxing beach stay or land tour

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