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Rayfont Hotel South Bund Shanghai, ChinaShanghai
Rayfont Hotel South Bund Shanghai is conveniently located to the south of Nanpu Bridge, it is only 10 minutes' drive from People's Square, Nanjing Road and Yuyuan Garden.
Travel Dates:13 October - 13 November 2015.
Fragrance Hotel, SingaporeSingapore
Located in the residential area, two blocks away the main road. This area is well connected by MRT or buses to the city, airport and convention centre. Singapore Immigration and Lavender MRT station are within easy walks the hotel and Bugis Village is 1 train stop away.
Travel Dates:1 May 2015 - 30 May 2015.
Amaris Hotel La Codefin Kemang, JakartaJakarta
The hotel is situated in Kemang's primary hot spots, giving guests a bird's-eye view of everything it has to offer. From the hotel, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer including the city's must-see destinations such as 10-minute drive from Pejaten Village and a 30-minute drive from Plaza Indonesia.
Travel Dates:6 October - 13 November 2015.
Hutong Inn, BeijingBeijing
Located near the city central, 40 minutes driving distance to the Capital International Airport, and 10 minutes driving to the Beijing Railway Station. The hotel is close to many attractions such as Bell Tower, Ditan Park, Beihai Park, Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, the nearest subway station is within walking distance.
Travel Dates:7 October - 13 November 2015.
Splendid Jupiter Hotel, HanoiHanoi
Hotel is located in the popular Old Quarter area of Hanoi. Recently built to a very high standard, its centrally located in a quiet street just a few minutes walk from the famous St Josephs Cathedral. It is also just 5 minutes walk from the famous Hoan Kiem Lake. With many restaurants and shopping nearby, hotel is ideally located.
Travel Dates:7 October - 13 November 2015.
Grand Mercure Jakarta Harmoni, Jakarta 5-StarJakarta
Strategically located in CBD area, opposite of Gajah Mada Shopping Mall, 5 minutes from Presidential Palace, Monas monument and nextto Chinatown, Kota trading area and Old Batavia.
Travel Dates:6 October - 13 November 2015.
Le Fenix Sukhumvit, BangkokBangkok
Located in the heart of Sukhumvit Soi 11, a central district of Bangkok. With easy access to the sky train by hotel free shuttle tuk tuk to station. The surrounding area is well known for its vibrant street markets, designer bars and nightclubs, trendy restaurants and shopping malls.
Travel Dates:1 October 2015 - 30 November 2015.
Japanese Cooking Class in KyotoJapan
Enjoy hands-on Japanese cooking classes where you can learn to cook Japanese dishes with English speaking and friendly local Japanese staff. With both private and group classes, learn and cook along with lot's of discussion about Japanese food. View our great airfares, tours, travel insurance, and car hire.
Departing10 March 2015 - 20 December 2015
Off the Beaten Path Nature Trek, 3 DaysChiang Mai
HIGHLIGHTS: Chiang Mai - Jungle Trek This is the perfect trek for nature lovers and for those looking to get off the beaten track. Explore the remote regions of northern Thailand by hiking in the jungle, swim in pristine waterfalls and have an amazing cultural experience interacting with the local tribes in their villages. For an authentic adventure, get off the beaten track on this three day tour of northern Thailand's remote areas. Begin with a visit to the local market before heading off to an exhilarating hike through the beautiful hilly jungle until you reach an authentic jungle camp where you will stay the night. At night, enjoy playing games and singing around the campfire. The next day, stop by various local hill tribe villages while trekking and learn about their different cultures. Go to a nearby waterfall and relax in refreshing waters. Visit an amazing bat cave before getting ready to sleep in another jungle camp. Day 1: Depart Chiang Mai - Jungle Trek. You will get picked up by 9:00 - 9:30 am from the hotel or the guest house you are staying at in Chiang Mai. Then we will drive approximately 1.30 hours to reach the starting point of our trek. We will first visit the local market to buy food. Before beginning our trek we will have lunch and take a moment to relax and gather our belongings. We will begin our adventure with a 3 hour hike through the beautiful jungle passing through a tribal village and learning about the natural vegetation. Upon arrival at our private accommodation in a jungle camp near a waterfall. We will have dinner and free time to swim in the waterfall, play games and sing around the campfire. Day 2: Jungle Trek. We will have breakfast at the camp. After breakfast, we will continue along the jungle trail for about 4 hours. On the way, we will pass by hill tribe villages. The guide will give you some information about the tribes. Later, we take some time to rest and swim at a nearby waterfall. You can relax and cool down in the waterfall before having lunch which will be served at the waterfall. We continue walking after lunch and stop by an amazing bat cave on the way. Upon arrival at the private jungle camp, we have dinner and get ready to sleep. Day 3: Jungle Trek - Return to Chiang Mai. We have breakfast at the camp. After breakfast, we start hiking on the jungle trail for about 3 hours with a few breaks to visit different hill tribe villages. We will enjoy our last lunch in the jungle immersed in pristine nature before hiking back to the vehicle. We will get picked up by car and drive back to Chiang Mai. We will drop you off at your hostel upon arrival around 5:30pm.
Departing18 February 2015 -30 March 2016.
Chitwan National Park Adventure, 3 DaysAsia
HIGHLIGHTS: Chitwan National Park Day 1: Chitwan National Park. You will be welcomed to your hotel just outside the park and offered refreshments while you are briefed about the following days' program. Have lunch and then go on a tour to a nearby ethnic Tharu village where you will learn more about the life and lifestyle of the Tharus. Make a stop at the Chitwan National Park Visitor Center where you can learn more about the history of the National Park and about the local wildlife. Enjoy the sunset from the banks of the Rapti River before admiring a Tharu cultural dance presentation (you will also participate in it with the local villagers) or a slideshow presentation about Chitwan. Have dinner and go to bed early so you will be ready for your jeep safari experience in Chitwan the following day. Day 2: Chitwan National Park. Have a fulfilling breakfast at 6:30 am and get ready for a day full of safari activities in the Royal Chitwan National Park. Take a canoe trip along the Rapti River, which is ideal for bird watching and for seeing the 2 rare species of crocodiles; the Marsh Mugger and the fish eating Gharial. Go for a jungle walk to search for the park's elusive and amazing Rhinos, Royal Bengal Tigers, leopards, monkeys, crocodiles and more. Bring your camera so you don't miss out on any opportunities to photograph these beautiful creatures. Before having lunch, you can see the elephants bathing in the river. In the afternoon, go on a jeep safari which will give you an excellent opportunity to see different kinds of deer, rhinoceros, wild boar, monkey, leopard, sloth bear and the Royal Bengal Tiger (if you are lucky). You will also encounter many other smaller mammals that have made Chitwan their home. Before dinner, enjoy the Tharu cultural dance presentation or the slideshow presentation. Sleep overnight just outside the park. Day 3: Chitwan National Park. Have breakfast and say goodbye to the beautiful Chitwan National Park before your trip comes to an end. If you are interested in staying a few more days in Chitwan or taking a bus transfer to another city in Nepal, we can arrange it for you. *Important Note: Due to concerns regarding the treatment and welfare of captive elephants in Southeast Asia, we are no longer offering activities involving elephant rides or elephant trekking. View our great airfares, travel insurance, hotels and car hire.
DepartingValid for select departures 6 February 2015 - 30 M
Mekong Delta FarmstayVietnam
Day 1 Ho Chi Minh City / Mekong Delta HomestayFormerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is an exciting and dynamic city brimming with street vendors, cyclos, temples, shops and colonial architecture. The Mekong Delta is the lifeblood of South-East Asia, and this fertile region within Vietnam is a maze of canals brimming with life, markets and tropical foods.Day 2 Mekong Delta / Ho Chi Minh CityWith countless food stalls, restaurants, museums and markets, the busy streets of Ho Chi Minh City have something for everyone to enjoy.
DepartingFrom 06-Apr-2015 to 01-Jan-2017
Mai Chau AdventureVietnam
Day 1 Hanoi / Mai ChauHanoi is famous for its tranquil lake settings, French-colonial architecture, ancient temples, delectable cuisine and as the resting place of the revered former leader, Ho Chi Minh. Misty mountains, emerald green rice paddies, stilted houses and smiling hilltribe locals inhabit the delightful town of Mai Chau, a slice of rural paradise.Day 2 Mai Chau Trekking / HanoiWith a vibrant Old Quarter to explore, delicious food to discover and a city where ancient meets modern with ease, no wonder Hanoi is a favourite with travellers.
DepartingFrom 10-Apr-2015 to 30-Dec-2015
Halong Bay Junk CruiseVietnam
Day 1 Hanoi/Halong BayHanoi is famous for its tranquil lake settings, French-colonial architecture, ancient temples, delectable cuisine and as the resting place of the revered former leader, Ho Chi Minh. Halong Bay is a place of surreal beauty, with ethereal limestone islands jutting out of jade waters and atmospheric caves and grottoes carved out by time.Day 2 Halong Bay/HanoiWith a vibrant Old Quarter to explore, delicious food to discover and a city where ancient meets modern with ease, no wonder Hanoi is a favourite with travellers.
DepartingFrom 05-Apr-2015 to 01-Jan-2016
Jodhpur Experience - IndependentIndia
Day 1: JodhpurArrive in Jodhpur and be transferred to your hotel.Day 2: JodhpurExplore Jodhpur on a guided tour of the city. Visit the Mehrangarh Fort. Towering 122m above town on a steep ridge, this is one of the country’s largest fortifications and contains several palaces. Stop in at the clock tower at the foot of the hills and wander the vibrant Sadar Market with its myriad alleyways and specialty local goods.Meals IncludedBreakfastDay 3: JodhpurYour tour comes to an end after breakfast today.Meals IncludedBreakfast
DepartingFrom 01-May-2015 to 02-Jan-2016
Jaipur Experience - IndependentIndia
Day 1: JaipurArrive in Jaipur and be transferred to your hotel.Day 2: JaipurSet out on a guided city tour, exploring the Old Bazaar and visiting Hawa Mahal. Better known as the ‘Palace of the Wind’, this ornate 5-storey sandstone palace was designed to let the women of the palace discreetly observe life outside. In the afternoon travel to the Amber Fort, an exquisite example of Rajput architecture.Meals IncludedBreakfastDay 3: JaipurFollowing breakfast, your independent experience comes to an end. Take a private transfer to your departing point.Meals IncludedBreakfast
DepartingFrom 01-May-2015 to 02-Jan-2017
Northern Thailand Hilltribes TrekChiang Mai
Day 1 Chiang MaiArrive to Chiang Mai at any time. Around 6pm you will meet your CEO who will explain the next few days in more detail in the Welcome Meeting. If you arrive early you will have time to relax and explore Chiang Mai. Surrounded by rolling hills, Chiang Mai is the cultural center of Thailand. Enclosed by a moat and crumbling walls, the old city features great cafes, shops and over 300 temples. Our hotel this evening is located in the new city within easy walking to both the night bazaar and the old city. The hotel has wifi and a small cafe. All rooms are double/twin share with an attached ensuite bathroom.Day 2 Trekking (B,L,D)Leave early from the hotel. Travel by road in an open pick-up truck, heading north to Mae Malai. We might have time to visit a local market before stopping for lunch and starting our trek. Tucked away in the hills of northern Thailand is where the most colourful and unchanged traditional communities can be found you will trek through forests and rural terrains to visit some of these hilltribe villages. You visit a variety of diverse villages along the way, often each will have their own unique language, clothing style and belief system that differs hugely from those of the neighboring tribes. You are well looked after by your local guides who take responsibility of preparing all meals and carrying the food supplies. After lunch, you walk for a couple of hours through tropical forest to the first village. You will have time to explore the village before having dinner. The exact itinerary of the walking on this trip may change from time to time, taking into account the weather and local conditions. Also please note there may be times when the use of video and/or still cameras may be inappropriate, your CEO and guides will be able to advise you. Be prepared for the accommodation to be basic, remember it's all about the authentic and unique experience!Day 3 Trekking (B,L,D)After breakfast set off into the forest for a trek lasting 2-3 hours, visiting the rice and vegetable fields of the villages along the way and learn about the villager's traditional methods of cultivation. After lunch you will continue trekking for about 2 hours to the Karen village of Baan Mae Ma Nain. You will also have chance to fish at Mae Tang River using local tools and learn the technique of constructing a bamboo raft before.Day 4 River Rafting/Chiang Mai (B,L)After breakfast we climb on to bamboo rafts for a 1 hour trip down the Mae Tang River. Make a short stop at a Lahu village before getting back on the rafts for another 1-2 hours to a Shan village where you will stop for lunch. Here you will be met by a pick-up van and driven back to Chiang Mai. The evening is free of planned activities for you to explore or relax at your leisure.Day 5 Chiang Mai (B)You are free to depart at any time. Please note hotel check out is 12pm.
DepartingFrom 01/01/2015 to 29/12/2016
Golden Triangle Adventure, 3 DaysAsia
HIGHLIGHTS: Chiang Mai - Doi Suthep Temple - Hmong Village - Karen Long Neck - Chiang Rai - The Golden Triangle Day 1 - Chiang Mai - Doi Suthep Temple and Hmong Village. We pick you up from your hotel in Chiang Mai at 13:30, then drive you 45 minutes up the mountain. Visit a White Hmong hill tribe village, then the Doi Suthep temple and arrive at a nice city view point. Return to your hotel in Chiang Mai about 17:00. In the evening go on a Khantoke Dinner & Hill Tribe show to experience the local way of life. Day 2 - Karen Long Neck, Chiang Rai and The Golden Triangle. At 7:30 go visit the Maekhajan hot springs, the Wat Rong Khun, the Golden Triangle and take an optional boat trip along the Mekong & cross to Laos. Go and explore the border market at Mae Sai, the Karen Long Neck village and the Ashka and Yao Hill Tribes. We will be back at around 20:00 to Chiang Mai. Day 3 - Jungle Trekking. Leave Chiang Mai at 8:30 to drive to the starting point of an exciting jungle trek in nature. Visit local tribal villages along the way and see pristine waterfalls. Return to your hotel in Chiang Mai arround 16:30 with awesome memories. End of the trip. *Important Note: Due to concerns regarding the treatment and welfare of captive elephants in Southeast Asia, we are no longer offering activities involving elephant rides or elephant trekking. View our great airfares, travel insurance, hotels and car hire.
DepartingValid for select departures 6 February 2015 - 30 M
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Spectacular sights & culture awaits on an Asian adventure
A holiday in Asia can encompass the dizzying old/new Shanghai, the top of the world at Mount Everest, fine sand beaches of innumerable archipelagos, the techno-wizardry of Hong Kong, vast waterways of the Mekong Delta and the monasteries of Tibet. Food lovers won't want to miss the hawker stalls of Penang, the sushi in coastal Japan or high tea at Singapore's Raffles Hotel. You have the chance to join the crowds who've been to Bali or take in the wealth and pristine rainforest of Brunei.
If you're still hankering for more, let Gangnam take your heart in Seoul. Try tai chi in Taiwan, pack your snorkel for Sabah and go the whole luxury-dive-shebang in the Maldives. See what we mean? The list is literally endless, with as many chilled or high-energy options as you need. In ancient cities and on older plains; in jungled heartland or amid coral gardens; you'll find a little piece of yourself, if you come looking.