We specialise in Southeast Asia, providing information, guides and offers on the most popular places to visit as well as hidden gems that will inspire and excite.

We also publish news stories related to travel and tourism in the region.


Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Cambodia is world famous for the incredible archaeological sites throughout the country, especially Angkor Wat, there are spectacular temples, amazing countryside, wonderful food, friendly locals and excellent beaches that are often missed by visitors.


Bali, Indonesia credit Kenny Febrian on Unsplash

Bali is the most famous tourist destination in Indonesia but there is much more to the country than just this incredible island.

Lombok is a wonderful throwback to the paradise that was Bali before mass tourism and is worth visiting either as the primary destination or as an add on to Bali.


Kuang Si Waterfall, Laos

There are still very few people visiting Laos compared to the rest of the region so expect a more authentic experience that you will see in many countries that have become focused more on tourists.

The country has wonderful landscapes, stunning temples and a laid back charm that will appeal to anyone not looking for a party atmosphere.

Most people will take a tour of the country or as part of a wider Southeast Asia tour rather than heading to just one holiday location.


Gardens By The Bay, Singapore credit Fahrul Azmi on Unsplash

Many people visit Singapore for a few days as part of a stop on their way to, or from, another destination, utilising the excellent air hub. However this small sovereign state has more to offer and is becoming more of a destination in its own right.

Singapore has stunning skylines, world class shopping and entertainment, a superb range of food from street food to world class restaurants and excellent beaches.


Perhentian Islands, Malaysia credit Izuddin Helmi Adnan on Unsplash

For many people their first experience of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur with its amazing skyscrapers including the Petronas Towers which were the tallest in the world from 1998 to 2004.

Malaysia has so much more to offer though including incredible beaches, the stunning jungle and wildlife in the rainforests, the varied cultures and architecture, wonderful food and colourful festivals.


Sunset over Ao Nang, Krabi, Thailand credit Flyingdog Travel

Tropical beaches, royal palaces, spectacular ancient ruins and temples, Thailand has it all.

From the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, beautiful beaches of Phuket or Khao Lak, the island paradise of Koh Samui or Koh Phi Phi or the northern charms of Chiang Mai or Chiang Rai, Thailand is ideal for families, couples, groups and explorers.

There truly is something for everyone in the Land of Smiles.


Ha Long Bay, Vietnam credit Taylor Simpson on Unsplash

With stunning scenery, world class beaches, ancient monuments, bustling cities together with Vietnam War memorials, Vietnam is one of the world’s best destinations.

As a long-haul destination, Vietnam is very affordable with good value hotels and resorts and very cheap, high quality, food, drink and internal travel.

If you want a cheap, high quality suit then Vietnam, especially Hoi An, is the place to go.

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