Due to its size, it can be challenging to travel throughout India, especially if you factor in the dramatically high population density in the cities which give a new meaning to rush hour traffic!
Train travel is a wonderfully whimsical way to travel (well, perhaps not if you’re in the UK…), and invokes a bygone age of when travel was slow and luxurious.
Whether it’s holidays in India, Japan or Vietnam you’re dreaming of, or have a longing to explore the wonders of South America, there’s no denying the fact that these places take a jolly long time to get to.
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.
Ben Briggs, our Head of Marketing, recently returned from a Mekong River Cruise, where he discovered the section of the river which travels through Vietnam and Cambodia.
High-speed rail is an integral part of China’s modernisation plans. From next month, its newest bullet train route from Shanghai to Kunming will open, cutting the journey by over 25 hours!
Drift back to a golden age of sailing on a river cruise to see and experience the landscapes, history and culture of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful destinations in a whole new way.
Investment in railways and the export of its technology is key to the future growth of China’s economy. Chancellor George Osborne visited China earlier this month to boost trade links between the UK and China.