New InsideAsia brochure: See Southeast Asia in 2019

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We’ve been squirrelling away to make the latest InsideAsia Tours brochure. Having had many footsteps on the ground since the last version, it’s jam packed with experiences and trips to make your 2019 a memorable one. Climbing mountains, sleeping in luxury lodgings, meeting local people, trying the region’s favourite dishes… it’s a hard job, but someone’s got to do it.

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InsideAsia Tours new brochure

What’s new?

What isn’t new? That’s an exaggeration, we have plenty of old favourites, but we haven’t scrimped on the new stuff. Here are just a few of our top picks:

Get hands on

For those who like to get stuck in, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite experiences to create our hands on series in Cambodia and Vietnam, and Myanmar.

Take the family

Family in Southeast Asia

There’s no reason why families shouldn’t have the biggest adventures of all. We’ve given plenty of thoughts to making a Southeast Asia trip perfect for little ones with our Kingdom of Adventure, Treetops, Mountains & Elephants and Family Fun in Vietnam & Cambodia Fully Tailored Journeys.

Go outdoors

Meet the elephants in Sayaboury, Laos

Does your idea of a perfect trip involve intrepid adventures like hiking in the Nam Et Phou Louey Protected Area, and trekking in Northern Vietnam & Laos? Or getting a bit of fresh air with something a little less heart stopping, perhaps a birds-eye view of the forest from a Tree Top Explorer zip-line? Or making friends with the elephants at the Mandalao Elephant Sanctuary? Our new outdoor options have something for everyone.

Peek behind the scenes

Arn Chorn-Pond, Khmer Rouge survivor

Having met lots of local people in Southeast Asia, we have access to some one of a kind experiences, including meeting Khmer Rouge survivor Arn Chorn-Pond, taking a private cookery class with a top Vietnamese chef, exploring the Angkor temples with a leading academic, and learning about Vietnam’s history with an art expert.

Make the most of a stopover

Hong Kong harbour

Dread indirect flights? Fortunately, many stopovers on the way to Southeast Asia are worth setting aside a day or two for. Cruise on Hong Kong’s harbour; pick up souvenirs at Bangkok’s floating markets; play high society in the Raffles hotel in Singapore; and reach the heady heights of the Petronas Towers to see Kuala Lumpur’s most incredible views with our new stopover section.

These are just some of our favourite highlights, order the full brochure here.

Don’t forget, you can keep up to date with new trips and experiences on our website too.

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