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This tour is designed for those who have more time to spend in Burma, encompassing all the main elements of this fascinating country. It also takes in the southern part of Burma visiting the Golden Rock Stupa, and Mawlamyine made famous in Rudyard Kipling’s poem ‘Mandalay’.

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For those wanting to experience Japan's stunning natural beauty as well as spend some time away from the 'golden routes'. After a brief stop soaking up the excitement of Tokyo you travel out towards the Japanese Alps, via the castle city of Matsumoto.

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Travelling on one of the most scenic and culturally diverse overland journeys in China you will meet the colourful ethnic groups of two stunning provinces as well as explore the picturesque countryside along the Li River.

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Beginning in Kunming, the 'City of Eternal Spring', this trip includes visits to two of China's most charming old towns on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau; Lijiang and Dali. Explore the cobblestone alleyways, bridges and courtyards of Lijiang and visit the majestic Jade Snow Mountain. Relax in Dali and explore the surrounding scenery.

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Indonesia’s least visited island holds a beguiling mix of former colonial ports, superb volcanic scenery, wildlife-rich national parks and fascinating indigenous cultures.

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This 16-day trip covers Taiwan’s scenic and cultural highlights, starting in Taipei and preceding in a clockwise direction around the island.

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This tour introduces you to the culture of Burma, taking in the most popular and spectacular sights this beautiful country has to offer.

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Bhutan is perhaps the last bastion of Mahayana Buddhism in the Himalaya and retains its age-old traditions and unspoilt culture. Colourful festivals with mask dances liven up the spartan life in its numerous monasteries. Majestic fortresses, called Dzongs, dominate the landscape in several towns.


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