Once seen as the realm of hippies, yoga and yoga retreats have become the way to escape the stress of everyday life and seek serenity and spiritual renewal.
Emily Andrews, a member of our Marketing team, travelled to Thailand, spending a whirlwind 24 hours in its lively capital, Bangkok.
People are always telling us that one of the main reasons for travelling to China is to taste authentic Asian food; having enjoyed a taste of China at home, the next step is to travel abroad and discover the roots of these tastes.
While the ancient capital of Hanoi and the bustling streets of Phnom Penh are well worth a visit, there are many cities in South East Asia that are underrated.
There is so much more of our world to discover than what we see on land.
When you come home from a trip you are always asked the same questions: What was the weather like? How was the food? And, what did you do?
Just picture yourself cruising along stunning coastal roads with the wind in your hair and an entire tropical paradise waiting to be discovered. This is freedom.
Southeast Asia encompasses some incredible destinations. It’s got history, it’s got beaches, it’s got beautiful scenery and it’s got a wealth of unique, fun and fascinating activities that suit the tastes of a multitude of travellers.