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CGH Heaven & Earth - Kerala at her best.

10 day holiday to Kerala that allows you to explore the quintessential parts of Kerala, staying in the award winning CGH Earth hotels - Bruntons Boatyard, Spice Village, Houseboat, Coconut Lagoon and Marari Beach Resort - quite simply Kerala at her best!

£1750 Per person sharing

Goa and the Golden Triangle - Delhi, Agra, Ranthambhore, Jaipur & Goa

The classic Golden Triangle combined with a visit to Ranthambore National Park in search of tiger and to finish,5 nights in aGoan retreat overlooking the Arabian Sea. Highlights: The Taj Mahal; Tiger Spotting in Ranthambhore; Jaipurs markets; Goas Beaches

From £3371 per person sharing

Heavenly Himalayas - Delhi, Darjeeling, Sikkim & Kalimpong

Two weeks spent on the roof of the world, in the Himalayan states of West Bengal and Sikkim. Visit the world famous tea gardens of Darjeeling, explore the culture of the area with its Indian, Tibetan, Nepalese and Bhutanese influences and survey the unrivalled vistas of the mighty Himalayas.

From £2676 per person sharing

Hilltops and Hideaways - Kerala - Tranquil, Cochin, Munnar, Periyar & Backwaters

A fourteen night holiday discovering the delights of Kerala, ranging form tree houses in the western Ghats to elephants in Periyars wildlife sanctuary. Visit the historic harbour city of Cochin, the Cardamom plantations of Munnar and the emerald green...

From £2299 per person sharing

Magnificence of the Maharajas - Delhi, Shimla, Agra, Ranthambhore, Jaipur & Udaipur

Fifteen nights touring essential northern India in grand style, starting at a delightful retreat just outside Delhi. After gazing at the Far Pavilions of the Himalayas, marvelling at the Taj Mahal and listening to the night sounds of the jungle in...

From £5720 per person sharing

Palaces and Palms - Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Udaipur, Cochin, Backwaters & Beach

A fortnight combining the essence of the north, the Taj Mahal and the princely palaces in the desert country of Rajasthan, with the golden beaches, swaying palms and fragrant spice markets of the Keralan coast.

From £2824 per person sharing

Rituals and Romance - Delhi, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Orchha, Gwalior & Agra

A fortnights journey embracing the magic of India past and present, including extraordinary rituals on the Ganges, erotic temples at Khajuraho, the mighty fort in remote Gwalior and ending with two nights of pampered luxury within sight of the marvellous Taj Mahal.

From £3452 per person sharing

A Southern Indian Odyssey - Chennai, Mysore, Nagarhole, Cochin, Munnar & Madurai

A luxurious fifteen night holiday that takes in the very best of southern Indias beach resorts, temple towns, hill stations and wildlife sanctuaries.

From £2550 per person sharing

A Taste of Sri Lanka - Colombo, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya & Bentota

A ten night holiday to the tea plantations of Sri Lanka, including a night in a boutique hotel in Colombo, two nights exploring the arts and crafts of Kandy, a delightful morning train journey, a night in each of the four Tea Trails bungalows, a private...

From £2752 per person sharing

A Voyage of Discovery - Kerala - Cochin, Backwater Cruise, Periyar, Munnar & Marari Beach

A two week holiday staying at a range of delightful retreats in Southern India. It includes a three night cruise into the heart of the Keralan Backwaters aboard a custom built luxury boat. Discovery has a virtually silent engine and is pollutant free...

From £2099 per person sharing

An Epicurean Adventure - Chennai, Pondicherry, Chettinad, Periyar, Munnar, Kumarakom & Marari Beach

Tantalise your senses with a fourteen night holiday that introduces (or reacquaints!) your palate to the delights of southern Indian cuisine. It has often been said that the best Indian food is to be found in family homes and this itinerary provides an...

From £2149 per person sharing

Beaches of the South China Sea

A two week holiday taking in some of Vietnams most beautiful coastal scenery whilst staying in the most luxurious secluded beach retreats before spending a few nights in the lively city of Saigon.

From £2349 per person sharing

Classic Cambodia

Explore the magnificent temple complex of Angkor Wat and wander through the crumbling atmospheric ruins of Angkor Thom at dawn, where throughout the ages giant banyan tree roots, have slowly reclaimed the temple back for the jungle. With so much more...

£2459 per person sharing

Classic Laos

A 2 week adventure travelling through Laos where you will encounter a diverse array of people cultures, stay in hotels reminiscent ofa bygone colonialage as well asa charming lodge overlooking the Mekong River before working your way up to the Golden...

Coromandel to Malabar - Chennai, Mysore, Tranquil, Cochin, Backwaters & Kovalam

A leisurely, fourteen night journey across the southern states of India, starting out from Chennai (Madras), the first important settlement of The Raj, crossing the plains of Tamil Nadu by train, before climbing to a hill station on the cool slopes of...

From £2727 per person sharing

Deccan Dynasties - Mumbai, Ajanta & Elora Caves, Goa, Badami & Hampi

Fifteen nights providing an insight into the ancient civilisations and magnificent art of the Deccan Plateau, interspersed with relaxing on the coast of the former Portuguese enclave of Goa.

From £3048 per person sharing

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Angkor Village - Siem Reap

As its name suggests, this hotel has a village feel and all rooms have balconies overlooking the meandering pool. Rooms are set in two storey blocks with Khmer-style peaked roofs, with two rooms on each floor. They are styled in the traditional Khmer...

Clairmont - Mashobra

This delightful, modern villa with minimalistdecor andspectacular 180 degree views over the foothills of the Himalayais perfect as a peacefulretreat.With an array of activities including day treks through the forests, mountain biking, fishing, golf...

Equatorial Hotel, Saigon

This five star hotel is centrally located between the waterfront and Cholon (Chinatown) and is only a twenty minute drive from the airport. Facilities at the hotel include seven dining and entertainment outlets, a business centre, meeting and function...

Evason Hideaway, Ninh Van Bay, Nha Trang

This superb hotel is only accessible by boat and overlooks the South China Sea. Situated in the secluded Ninh Van Bay, it is an ideal honeymoon sanctuary. Winner of numerous awards and accolades, this is a first class eco-friendly resort featuring...

FCC Garden View - Siem Reap

Perfectly located in the centre of Siem Reap, this former French governors mansion features 29 rooms and two lavishly appointed suites. Dcor is simple and stylish with fresh colours and modern artwork. In addition, the quality of the food and the warmth...

Golden Sands Resort & Spa, Hoi An

Centrally located along the famous beach stretch of Cua Dai, the hotel is just 10 minutes away from Hoi An Ancient Town and 35 minutes south of DanangInternationalAirport. Designed in a traditional Vietnamese style with contemporary modern amenities...

Hilton Opera Hotel, Hanoi

A smaller replica of the original Paris Opera House, the building was completed in 1911. Today it remains a prominent cultural landmark and is centrally located in Hanois French Quarter, a stones throw from Hanois main attractions. Relax by the outdoor...

Hoi An Riverside Resort & Spa, Hoi An

Set amid lush green surroundings on the banks of the Song Do River, this is a charming, intimate boutique hotel located within easy distance of pristine Cua Dai beach and the towns old quarter. Rooms are tastefully designed with a blend of Vietnamese...

Hotel Saigon Morin, Hue

This hotel has witnessed the many changing faces of the country in the twentieth century. Rooms are very spacious, tastefully furnished and offer value for money. Although the hotel lacks some of the facilities of its more luxurious counterparts, it offers charm, history and a central location.

Intercontinental - Phnom Penh

As the first 5-star international hotel to open in Phnom Penh, the InterContinental Phnom Penh marks a renaissance in the citys fortunes. The hotel presents panoramic views of the city and offers the guest a choice of recreational and dining facilities.

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Hoi An in the Evening

From the 16th 19th centuries, Hoi An drew merchants from as far afield as India, Japan, Indonesia and Europe to trade in silk, spices and porcelain. The town is beautifully preserved, retaining much of its charm, and has been listed a World Heritage...

Siem Reap at night in the market

The Gateway to Angkor, this once sleepy town has rapidly grown with the increased numbers of visitors who flock to see the temples each year. Tourists of all ages and nationalities meander through the tree-lined streets and boulevards. The town boasts...

Victoria Express Train to Sapa - Overnight, Deluxe Cabin

Each sleeping carriage has 6 superior cabins (4 berths) and 1 deluxe cabin (2 berths), all are air-conditioned, with wood panelling interiors and oversized windows for gazing out at the countryside

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Banteay Srei

Banteay Srei, or Citadel of the Women, is widely regarded as the Jewel in the crown of Khmer art and is wonderfully well preserved with intricate stone carvings. Built in 967, it was the only temple not commissioned by a King, rather a Brahman believed...

Boeng Melea

Built in the 12th Century by Suryavarman II, this intriguing and mysterious temple was hitherto innaccessible until 2002. Completely over run by jungle and surrounded by a now dried up moat. Exploring the ruins here, with its long dark chambers, hanging...

Luang Prabang

Laos former royal capital, the charming little town of Luang Prabang, is a real highlight for any visitor. Nestling beside the MekongRiver and surrounded by mountains, this has long been Laos religious centre. There are dozens of historic temples,...

Phnom Penh

Located at the confluence of the Mekong, Bassac and Tonle Sap rivers, Phnom Penh has been Cambodias capital for most of the last six centuries. It retains a small town feel, with crumbling French colonial buildings, sprawling Wats (as the pagodas are...

Plain of Jars

Among the most enigmatic sights in Laos are the hundreds of huge stone jars, carved from solid rock, weighing between 600 kilograms and six tonnes, scattered through meadows on the barren Laotian plains. They are reputed to be 2000 years old and archaeologists...

Rajasthan - Jaipur

Built in 1727 AD by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. Also known as the Pink City due to its pink painted buildings, Jaipur is the only planned city of its time. A formidable wall encircles breath-taking palaces and...

Siem Reap

The Gateway to Angkor, this once sleepy town has rapidly grown with the increased numbers of visitors who flock to see the temples each year. Tourists of all ages and nationalities meander through the tree-lined streets and boulevards. The town boasts...

The Angkor Temples

To sum up the magnificence of Angkors temples in a few lines is impossible. Within the fortified city of Angkor Thom lies The Bayon, the third tier of which is lined by more than 200 huge, imposing carved faces which stare down from 54 towers. Other...

The Mekong River

Having begun its journey in Tibet, the Mekong River divides into nine tributaries in Vietnams Mekong Delta, giving this fertile region its Vietnamese name of Cuu Long, or Nine Dragons. The floating villages and lively markets where locals congregate...

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