China’s most famous attraction is of course the Great Wall, but there is so much more to discover in this incredible country.
Ahead of the release of the epic action-adventure fantasy movie ‘The Great Wall’, we have compiled a guide to the different sections of the Great Wall
Clare Wooldridge, our Finance Executive, recently returned from a tour of Burma where she discovered this vivacious country also known as the Golden Land.
The Middle Kingdom usually isn’t on everyone’s travel list, but let us give you 5 reasons to visit China: the land of vibrant cities, diverse landscapes and a mystical, rich heritage.
Hidden away in the urban parts of China’s most well-known and populous cities are a large array of incredibly tranquil gardens.
Angkor Wat is the largest Hindu temple in the world and considered one of the most important archaeological sites for its historical, religious and architectural significance.
As well as its rich heritage, exotic beaches and the famous Angkor Wat, Cambodia is home to some of the most magnificent and unique national parks on the planet.
The temples and tombs in Vietnam are some of the most beautiful and eye-opening archaeological structures in the world.