Ornate temples, tropical landscapes and captivating cultures are some of the delights that holidaymakers will discover in South-East Asia.
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Penang – located on the northwest coast of Malaysia – is a cultural and culinary melting pot.
For many people Bangkok is their first experience of Asian city life, a bustling city with a fine blend of non-stop city action and inspiring cultural draws.
Having emerged from years of civil unrest, Cambodia is fast making its name as a fascinating and memorable holiday destination.
Indonesia is made up of a mind-boggling 17,000 islands.
Laos is one of the least developed countries in south-east Asia, which also means it is one of the most unspoilt.
Bordering Thailand and Indonesia – with a causeway to Singapore – Malaysia is a magnificent melting pot of cultures, activities and cuisine.
Rudyard Kipling states that Burma (now Myanmar) is “quite unlike any land you know about”.
A cultural, shopping and entertainment hotspot, Singapore is the cool, chic and cosmopolitan centre for a South East Asian city break.
Thailand offers everything a tourist could want, from the bustling streets, jam-packed markets and high-flying city life of Bangkok to the laid back idyllic island tranquillity of Koh Tao.
The fact that the Philippines is made up of 7,107 islands should be enough to convince any traveller that all sorts of sights and adventures await those who visit this archipelago nation.
A friendly country with dense forests as well as inviting beaches and picturesque villages, Vietnam is generally seen as a less commercial alternative to Thailand.