From ancient temple towns and glittering modern cities to palm fringed beaches and enchanting tea plantations, South East Asia spills over with intrigue, solace, spirituality and adventure.

Enjoy the perfect family beach escape in Thailand or plan a romantic hot air balloon flight over mystical Bagan in Myanmar. Chose Bali for the ultimate twin centre island escape or lose yourself in the frenetic streets of Hanoi. Explore the exceptional wildlife of Borneo and discover the sheer beauty of the Indonesian archipelago.

Visit Vietnam and its stunning landscapes ranging from thick forests and vast tracts of emerald green rice fields to dramatic mountains and vast river basins. Combine this with frenetic, exhilarating cities delightfully melding different in everything from food to architecture.  Head to Cambodia with the enchanting allure of its splendid Angkor Temples, picturesque beaches and both fast growing and historical cities, captivating visitors with its absorbing history, spellbinding heritage, abundance of untouched rural landscape and a heart-warming society who are happy to share their inimitable culture with you.

Infectiously tranquil and laid back, Laos is an undiscovered gem. Sharing five international borders it is perfectly suited to multi country itineraries and having existed as a French colony for over 100 years, it is not uncommon to find cuisine which could convince tastebuds they were in Paris.

Thailand’s Golden Triangle, historical and rice producing central regions, bustling capital and sublime islands will capture the mind of a traveller for weeks on end. Known as the Land of Smiles supreme luxury comforts are graced with refined Thai hospitality which is second to none.

Get off the beaten track in undiscovered Burma, a country with a glorious and practically unique void of western paraphernalia, the Golden Land grants an opportunity to turn back the clock. Explore this magical country by hiking, climbing, fishing, horse riding and diving or sail in the magical Mergui Archipelago.

Revel in the lively city of Kuala Lumpur and unwind in the spectacular destinations of Langkawi and Penang, Malaysia combines outstanding coastlines, colonial splendour and a profoundly soothing ambience. Across the South China Sea sits the island of Borneo a giant, rugged island, shared by the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, Indonesian Kalimantan and the tiny nation of Brunei. Known for its beaches and ancient, biodiverse rainforest, Borneo is perhaps most famous for  it’s wildlife including orangutans and clouded leopards, the 4,095m-tall Mount Kinabalu and the famed dive site Sipadan Island.

To say you are spoilt for choice is an understatement.