If BBC Two’s Eight Go Rallying, the show following celebrities as they undertake an Asian road race, has left you feeling inspired to take on your own adventure to Vietnam, then look no further.
Shanghai is one of the world’s most iconic cities and it offers glamour, mystique, history and modernity all rolled into one.
Saigon, or Ho Chi Minh City as it’s also known, is a city of contrasts: French colonial architecture, sparkling skyscrapers, incense-infused temples and remnants of war coexist alongside each other.
Remarkable and unique, Chengdu is the relaxed and cheery capital of Sichuan Province and the gateway to China’s western hinterlands.
Matt Cobley, our Operations Executive, recently returned from our Glories of China tour where he discovered some of the main, fantastic sights of China.
Shanghai is one of only a few cities that boasts an array of history, mystique, modernity and glamour.
The unique history of Macau combines both Portuguese and Chinese influences, gives it a rich culture that is different to its neighbours, which makes it the perfect extension to any trip to China or Hong Kong.