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East & Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia consists of the regions that are geographically south of China, east of the Indian subcontinent, and north-west of Australia and includes 11 countries all with impressive culture, history, and diversity: Brunei, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

This region is a tapestry of ruins from lost civilizations, golden beaches, and lush rainforests, winding rivers, and mighty megacities that are stepping bolding into the future while retaining the charms of its past.  Explore Singapore with top-rated tourist attractions such as Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Zoo, Orchard Road, Botanic Gardens, and Chinatown. It is one of the cleanest cities in the world, as well as being a safe and secure environment that beckons travellers from all around the world.

Indonesia is great for coffee, spa vides, and spectacular scuba diving spots.  From the beaches of Bali to the Orangutans of Borneo and Komodo National Park, Indonesia is the largest nation in Southeast Asia and a geological wonderland.

Laos is great for adventure seekers, lovers of ecotourism, and is one of the prettiest countries in Southeast Asia but also one of the least visited.  There is zero ocean here, but thousands of islands, and although Laos is completely landlocked, in the south of the country you'll find one of the most incredible natural attractions in the powerful Mekong River – Si Phan Don, which literally means “4,000 Islands”.

In Malaysia, you'll discover beautiful beaches, secluded islands, elevated hill stations, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The capital city of Kuala Lumpur is also a powerhouse financial and business hub.  Vietnam is one of the most vibrant cities in the region and offers dramatic landscapes, mouth-watering food, stunning caves - in fact, some of the biggest in the world, and vibrant cities packed full of racing scooters and small motorcycles.

 

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