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Destination: Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai is Thailand's crowning glory. Encircled by dense forest, mystic mountain temples and ancient hill tribes, this ancient and spiritual northern city is not to be missed... read more »
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Destination: Laos
Take one motorbike, three freshwater dolphins, seven kilometres of underground river and 4,000 islands, and imagine... one amazing, adventurous week in the south of Laos... read more »
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Destination: Taipei
Visit the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, and you'll find much that's strange and unfamiliar to Westerners - but plenty to tickle the tastebuds, satisfy any shopaholic urges, and keep you entertained... read more »
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Destination: Udaipur, Rajasthan
Staying in some of Rajasthan's beautifully restored fort-palaces, now converted into luxury hotels, gives you a memorable chance to see India through the eyes of the maharajas... read more »
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Destination: Maldives
At the luxurious Huvafen Fushi in the Maldives, water is everywhere. From stilted villas, plunge pools and an underwater spa to stingray feeding times and snorkelling in the lagoon, it's hard to avoid... read more »
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The Gili Islands in Indonesia are a slice of paradise on earth. You can lounge on white, sandy beaches, enjoy world-class diving and snorkelling, and (on Trawangan) party all night long... read more »
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Destination: Singapore
South-east Asia's smallest country looks smaller still from 72 floors up. The view from the New Asia Bar puts Singapore in perspective, from its futuristic buildings to its pockets of colonial calm... read more »
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Destination: Sihanoukville
Where on earth can you combine deep fried spiders, picturesque coastlines, Buddhist temples and the chance to try your hand at fire-breathing? Answer: Sihanoukville, Cambodia... read more »
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Destination: Laos, Phnom Penh
Tourists flock to Angkor Wat, completely ignoring most of Cambodia - but a new ecotourism trail aims to open up a whole new side to the country... read more »
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Destination: Shanghai
Shanghai's well on its way to becoming another Manhattan or Hong Kong - so you’d better be quick if you want to catch the more historic side of the city... read more »
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Destination: Taipei
In the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, the famous Shilin night market is a shopper’s paradise and the place to go for some rather unusual snacks... read more »
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Destination: Laos, Luang Prabang
A cruise down the river Mekong in Laos is the perfect introduction to this gentle country, which many people believe still retains the essence of southeast Asia... read more »
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Destination: Kerala
You may think you've tried the best kinds of floating holidays - but nothing's quite as magical as drifting into a whole new dimension on Kerala's lakes and canals... read more »
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With great diving and beautiful beaches, the islands of the Philippines are stiff competition for Thailand!... read more »
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Destination: North Korea, Seoul
Possibly one of the most difficult countries in the world to visit, North Korea is slowly opening its doors to tourists... read more »
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Destination: Hoi An
The Vietnamese town of Hoi An is the place to head for an abundance of sunshine, untouched beaches and tailor-made clothes to suit all tastes and desires... read more »
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Destination: Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur
You don’t need a bank account at Coutts to live like a royal – just head to Rajasthan, where you can hop from one regal palace to the next... read more »
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Lying on the edge of civilisation, with wild orang-utans, desolate mountain peaks, coral reefs and jungle trails on offer, Sabah has something for everyone. Here's a selection of the best on offer.... read more »
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Destination: Tokyo
For a backpacker arriving in Tokyo, there is nothing like a visit to Tsukiji fish market for getting to know Japanese culture. Bloody, frenetic, vast and confusing, it is an essential rite of passage... read more »
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Destination: Luang Prabang
For a relaxing break you can't top the peaceful sanctuary of Laos' spiritual capital. Mingle with a multitude of resident monks, wonder at ancient Buddhist temples and witness a glorious Mekong sunset... read more »
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