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In much of China, villages, towns and cities have merged to create a densely populated country. Move to the far south or west of the country and the population thins out. There aren't really that many main tourist attractions here and very few people speak English. Moreover, China is a destination for the intrepid, adventurous traveller and for those of you looking for a completely different type of holiday. Beijing and Xi'an are the most popular destinations.
Thailand offers bustling markets which are a great place to go and people watch, with no shortage of nightlife here either. It also a perfect destination for endless beaches and islands offering a little slice of paradise.
Sri Lanka, Asia
With its palm fringed shores, tea plantations, rare spices and balmy waters of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is renowned for its natural beauty.
Volcanic, mountainous, smattered with rice terraces, rainforests and drop dead gorgeous beaches.
Islands where time stands still. Perfect peace and tranquillity with endless stretches of powdery white sand, topped off with glorious sunshine.
Gateway to South East Asia, Singapore is a captivating place to visit. You'll discover elegant temples, grand colonial buildings and a vibrant history, topped off with luxury hotels, fine dining and very exclusive shopping.
Beijing, Far East
One of the world's most ancient capitals, Beijing is a fine example of ancient meets modern.
Bangkok, Far East
Golden temples, high rise buildings, bustling markets and heaps of traffic, Bangkok is a heady mix of excitement and chaos.
Hong Kong, Far East
East meets West, Hong Kong is a cultural fusion of Cantonese, Mandarin and British influences.
Koh Samui, Far East
Lush, green rainforest, banana trees, simple to fancy places to stay, Koh Samui is a place to unwind and completely relax.
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