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Deep-fried grasshoppers in white pepper and soy sauce, neon Love Hotels with Hello Kitty bedspreads and the honking cacophony of a thousand mopeds ringing-in the new dawn – could there be a less ordinary destination than Asia? Steeped in history and spiced with mystery, this exotic continent has inspired artists, mystics and poets for centuries. Now it’s your turn to escape the ordinary.

 
Book any Asia trip below using promo code 11598 to get 10% off. Hurry, offer ends 15 December.
 
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Asia trips at 10% OFF

Burma

Because Burma was cut off from the outside world for about five decades under the rule of a military junta, it’s a remarkably well-preserved slice of old-school Asian life. Imagine Thailand before the tourists arrived: quiet rural communities based on simple agriculture, saffron-clad monks living and praying in gilded pagodas, little islands and white beaches in the Bay of Bengal, and warm smiles wherever you go. This is a rare chance to get ahead of the travel curve and see Burma before it booms. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
 
15 Days From R31,155

Travel to Myanmar (Burma) and discover mythical landscapes and amazing hospitality....

13 Days From R19,740

Explore the ancient mysteries of Myanmar on this tour from Yangon. Visit awe-inspiring...

Trip Name Days From ZAR
Classic Myanmar

12

R38,785

 

Indochina

When you close your eyes and picture Indochina, it’s the scents and sounds that come back the strongest. There’s that whiff of lemongrass and galangal, the sizzle and pop of a streetside stir-fry, and the honking of a thousand mopeds with not a helmet in sight. If you want to experience deep-fried grasshoppers, vine-covered jungle ruins, bustling neon cities and the biggest smiles on earth, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam are the countries for the job. 
 
10 Days From R14,190

Travel from historic Hanoi to modern Ho Chi Minh City. Tour down the Mekong, visit...

9 Days From R10,420

Travel through Cambodia from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to Bangkok in Thailand on an...

13 Days From R15,560

Travel from Bangkok to Vientiane on a tour through Thailand and Laos. Visit Thailand's...

 

South-East Asia

Just below Indochina you'll find Malaysia and Indonesia (and Sabah, Borneo, Brunei, Singapore and Sarawak if you're playing at home): some of the strangest and most beautiful countries on earth. There are literally thousands upon thousands of islands here, many of them uninhabited, hundreds of native dialects, wild rainforests full of orangutan, craggy mountains above the clouds, and virgin reefs offshore that have never seen a snorkel. Want to come?
 
12 Days From R29,490

This Sabah Adventure tour through the Borneo wilderness will truly capture your...

14 Days From R23,418

From Jakarta to Mt Bromo, Seloliman to Ubud, this tour of Indonesia reveals a nation...

Trip Name Days From ZAR
Beautiful Bali

9

R13,250

The Kokoda Track

11

R45,798

Real Food Adventure - Thailand

8

R14,860

Explore Northern Thailand

8

R12,289

Philippines Palawan Island Getaway

9

R22,890

Sail Ko Phi Phi to Phuket

4

R12,395

Beautiful Northern Thailand

15

R19,902

Classic Borneo

10

R25,732

Thailand Beaches West Coast (Nov - Apr)

9

R16,840

Wild Sarawak

10

R23,124

Philippine Discovery

11

R26,890

Highlights of Thailand

11

R22,049

Best of Borneo

21

R53,015

Bangkok to Singapore

15

R24,297

Best of Malaysia

15

R28,286

Singapore to Bangkok Adventure

13

R15,164

Sail Phuket to Ko Phi Phi

4

R12,395

Thailand Beaches East Coast (May - Oct)

10

R14,010

Thailand - Hike, Bike & Kayak

12

R18,385

Thailand Adventure East Coast (May - Oct)

24

R36,565

Classic Thailand West Coast (nov - apr)

16

R30,065

Classic Thailand East Coast (May - Oct)

17

R30,695

Philippine Adventure

19

R48,140

Java & Bali Explorer

22

R37,125

Best of Thailand & Malaysia

22

R39,875

Bangkok to Bali

28

R45,041

Thailand Adventure West Coast (nov - apr)

23

R35,575

 

China & Tibet

The quintessential Asian powerhouse, and its quiet monastic neighbour. Relations have always been strained between China and Tibet, and the differences between the two are stark: China is brash, bold and neon. A towering colossus with a proud heritage, where silver cities give way to lowland farming communities and some of the true wonders of the ancient world. Tibet is alpine, traditional and calm: a serene Buddhist beacon among the white peaks of the Himalayas. If you want to understand Asia’s chaos and contradictions, this is where you come. 
 
21 Days From R41,175

Travel to China and tour Beijing, visit the Great Wall of China, see the Terracotta...

Trip Name Days From ZAR
China Highlights

9

R18,857

Beijing to Hong Kong

23

R41,590

South China Getaway

12

R18,092

 

Central Asia & Mongolia

In the 13th century the landlocked countries of Central Asia rose to become the centre of an empire that spanned most of Europe and the East. And yet they’re still the continent’s best-kept secret. While tourists flock to the beaches of Thailand, very few are sleeping in tribal yurts on the vast grasslands of the Mongolian steppe. As hordes of travellers descend on the Great Wall of China, the deserts of Uzbekistan remain silent, still and empty. This is the land of the Silk Road, of ancient caravan trails and hidden mountain monasteries. If you’re looking for an Asia sans cocktails and sunbeds, you just found it.
 
20 Days From R57,320

Travel on the Trans-Siberian and Trans-Mongolian Railways from Russia to China. This...

16 Days From R45,594

Travel to China, Mongolia and Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway from Beijing to...

Trip Name Days From ZAR
Wild Mongolia

15

R36,769

 

Japan, Taiwan & Korea

In the islands off the coast of mainland Asia you’ll find one classic tourism giant, and two potential usurpers to the throne. In one corner you have Japan, a consistent picture postcard destination. Whether you touch down amid blushing cherry blossoms or sugar-white snows, it’s unlike any other place on earth (and comes with literally boatloads of fresh sashimi). In the other corner you have Taiwan, a burgeoning island with a fusion food scene to rival Tokyo and some of the most dramatic scenery in Asia; and South Korea, an enigmatic blend of neon cities, kooky culture and gorgeous mineral hot springs. Who wins this fight? You decide.  
 
14 Days From R52,372

Experience the best of this fascinating country on a comprehensive tour of Japan. From...

Trip Name Days From ZAR
Real Food Adventure - Japan

12

R59,801

Japan Express

9

R25,206

Classic Japan

12

R59,073

 

How to book

Online

 
Not everybody enjoys chatting on the phone. In fact, some of us positively detest it - that awkward moment where you both speak at the same time. The lack of eye contact. The inability to rely on your charismatic mannerisms and traffic-stopping good looks.
 
Well, no more shall you be put through the agonising punishment of having to speak to a real human being. No more leaving awkward voicemails, waiting for them to call back, wondering if you left a contact number, and finally calling back and leaving another voicemail with your details. Again.
 
No, instead, you can utilise the effortless exchange of the online booking engine. That's right Gen-Y: you can now travel the world with nothing more than the click of a mouse. So once you've made up your mind about where you want to be, hit the big 'book now' button and enjoy absolutely no awkward silences.
 

By Phone - 1300 797 010

 
Some people love it. Some people hate it. But there's no escaping the fact that the telephone has a successful reputation of getting the job done. No hiding behind metaphors or prose. No misconstruing the intention of a sentence. No waiting for someone to get back to you after you emailed them days ago. Just unadulterated communication, an elegant evolution of the tin-can-string-tin-can theory. So let's talk about your next adventure.
 
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