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Ulan Bator Harbin


Urumqi Turpan


To Kashgar


MONGOLIA Gobi Desert


Chengde Beijing Dunhuang JAPAN Pingyao Terracotta Warriors TIBET Jiuzhaigou Potala Palace Lhasa BHUTAN Giant Pandas Tiger Leaping Gorge MYANMAR Bagan Mandalay Inle Lake Ngapali


Chiang Rai Chiang Mai


Yangon THAILAND


Bangkok Phnom Penh


Hua Hin


Indian Ocean


Phuket Krabi MALAYSIA Kuala Lumpur Bako Koh Samui


Luang Prabang


Lijiang Dali


Yichang Chengdu Chongqing The Stone Forest


Kunming Sapa


LAOS Vientiane Isaan Pakse Siem Reap CAMBODIA Dalat


Sihanoukville Kep Phu Quoc


Chau Doc Gulf of Thailand Guilin


Indigenous hill tribes Hanoi


Halong Bay Ninh Binh


Hainan Island Sanya


Bolaven Plateau Hue


Imperial tombs


Danang Hoi An


VIETNAM Can Tho


Con Dao Island Ho Chi Minh City


Nha Trang (Saigon)


Mekong Delta


Kota Kinabalu Mulu


SINGAPORE Kuching Batang Ai BORNEO


Orang-utan Sanctuary


Mystical pagodas of Bagan


Mt Kinabalu Selingan SABAH Turtle Island


Sandakan Sepilok Sukau


Spectacular caves SARAWAK Longhouse experience Angkor Wat


UNESCO World Heritage town


South China Sea


Pacific Ocean


Xiamen Hong Kong


Unique karst landscapes


Zhangjiajie Okinawa Geishas and Maikos National Park


Huangshan Wuhan


Yangtze cruise Xi’an CHINA Confucius Temple Qufu Nanjing Suzhou


Shanghai Hangzhou


Vibrant metropolis East China Sea


Hiroshima Kyoto Osaka


Kyushu


Kanazawa Matsumoto Honshu


Fuji Nikko Nagoya Mt Tokyo


The Great Wall of China


Sapporo


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Chris, Amy and Paul are the Far East experts who handle enquiries from China to Myanmar. Chris has a passion for architecture and enjoys cycling around Luang Prabang to discover the many temples. Amy loves wandering through the diverse food markets found throughout Asia.


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