Fly to Southeast Asia in style!
(Updated) Great opportunity to book some pretty cheap flights to Thailand, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan or the Philippines! You can book a flight from London from only £288 for a roundtrip with Air China!
There are plenty of reasons to visit the Philippines! This amazing destination offers pretty much everything you need: the world class beaches, awesome conditions for water sports, stunning mountains and volcanoes, along with caves and rice terraces to explore.
Head to Legazpi, in the south of Luzon Island, to see the perfect cone of the majestic Mayon Volcano (2,463 m) and the ruins of Cagsawa Church. 460 km north from Manila, you’ll find Banaue village, surrounded by rice fields of Batad. Going up and down the rice terraces in this breath-taking scenery is a truly unique experience! The fields were introduced around 2000 years ago by the Chinese.
In Bohol island, near Cebu, you’ll see the weirdest landscapes ever! The plain is dotted with more than 1260 so-called Chocolate Hills. In the dry season, the grass-covered geological formations turn chocolate brown. On the island of Bohol there’s also a tarsier sanctuary where you can come face to face with the world's smallest primate!
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Spectacular scenery, stunning tropical sunsets and warm sea awaits you at Asia’s most popular beach destination. Friendly, exotic, tropical, and historic Thailand attracts millions of visitors every year who are keen on admiring the beautiful sea coast and fantastic nature of this country.
If you want to enjoy Thailand without visiting the beach, head to one of its inland national parks. You’ll have the chance to discover the pristine landscapes. Visit Erawan National Park and enjoy its natural beauty and unspoiled wilderness. Climb up the Erawan Falls, explore the caves and bathe in the natural pools. Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park is notable for its limestone hills, 300 species of birds and the Phaya Nakhon Cave, that has a Buddhist temple inside.
Located near the Burmese border, Kaeng Krachan National Park and Kui Buri National Park are recognized as being the best destinations in Thailand for wildlife viewing. Khao Yai National Park, in the Sankamphaeng Mountain Range (central Thailand), is appealing to hikers, mountain climbers and wildlife lovers. The park is known for its grasslands, tropical forests and waterfalls, the largest being Haew Narok. Some of the animals you’re likely to see here include elephants, gibbons, monkeys and leopards. It's even possible to spot a tiger!
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September – December 2018
Sep 24- Oct 13, Oct 1-19, 8-27, Oct 22- Nov 3, Oct 22- Nov 10
London/Manchester – Manila – London/Manchester
London/Manchester – Bangkok – London/Manchester
London/Manchester – Da Nang – London/Manchester
London/Manchester – Angeles City – London/Manchester
London/Manchester – Cebu – London/Manchester
London/Manchester – Lombok – London/Manchester
London/Manchester – Denpasar – London/Manchester
London/Manchester – Kuching – London/Manchester
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In Manila we recommend Ramada Manila Central with very good reviews. The air-conditioned rooms are fitted with wooden flooring, and feature contemporary Asian decor as well as with flat-screen TVs, a personal safety deposit box and a minibar. The private en suite bathrooms also offer a hairdryer.
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