Experience these destinations in style
From cutting-edge architecture and energetic cities to lush rainforests and golden beaches, Southeast Asia has something to suit all travellers. We offer luxury holidays to the likes of Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand and can help you to experience these destinations in style.
With its towering skyscrapers and bustling streets, Singapore is packed with attractions to keep you entertained. Visit the island city’s futuristic Gardens by the Bay, with its soaring 50 metre tall trees, orchids, ferns and other exotic plants. Wander around the Cloud Forest, which features a dramatic waterfall housed in a giant, vegetation-filled greenhouse. For a taste of old Singapore, make your way to Little India complete with its colourful boutiques, bars and restaurants. If you want to get your adrenaline flowing, try the 100mph G-MAX reverse bungy at the Mega Adventure Park.
Previously overshadowed by better known countries in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is increasingly recognised as a top destination among discerning holidaymakers. Its capital Kuala Lumpur showcases everything from contemporary skyscrapers to minarets and Mogul-style domes, while food stalls selling delicious local dishes line the streets. You’ll find everything from supersized shopping malls and trendy night spots to beautifully ornate temples and mosques. Check out the city’s monumental Exchange 106 tower and its iconic Petronas Towers, and make your way to the Central Market to pick up souvenirs and handicrafts./p>
Elsewhere in Malaysia, you’ll find stunning rainforests and picturesque beaches. Take a cruise around Pulau Perhentian to see the phosphorescent plankton that sparkles by night, or visit the lush Cameron Highlands to sample an array of delicious teas. The limestone formations of the Batu Caves are another must-see, along with the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.
With its palm-fringed beaches, idyllic islands and iconic temples, it’s no surprise Thailand is such a popular destination. Its capital Bangkok is surely one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world. Check out spiritual buildings including Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Arun and Wat Pho, and take a look at the Grand Palace located in the old city. Sample delicacies from rustic street stalls, dine in rooftop restaurants and take a cruise along the Chao Phraya River. A shopper’s paradise, you can also indulge in some retail therapy in Bangkok’s many malls, boutiques and markets.
Another Thai city well worth visiting is Chiang Mai in the country’s mountainous northern region. It too is steeped in culture and historical splendour. Or perhaps the dense jungle and pristine beaches of Ko Samet is more your thing, while Ko Chang offers fantastic snorkelling and diving opportunities, as well as yoga classes, spa sessions and elephant camps. Ko Samui off the Gulf coast abounds in natural beauty, while the island of Phuket is a mecca for watersports enthusiasts. To get close to nature, it’s hard to beat the Khao Sok National Park in the south of the mainland, where you can see gibbons, tigers, leopards and an array of birds.
Total luxury on your Southeast Asian adventure
To help you make the most of your experience, we offer 5 star hotels in Southeast Asia designed to exceed expectations and make your trip extra special. We can also put together a bespoke holiday package to ensure you get the very most from your adventure. Want to know more? Don’t hesitate to contact our team today by phone or live chat.
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Located in the north of the country, a visit here is a delight to the senses, as you explore ancient temples, dine on delicious Thai cuisine and even visit the long neck hill tribes.Get in touch
Unique heritage and an innovative city best sum up this easy entry to Asia. Where else can you visit Universal Studios in the morning, picnic amongst half a million plants at Gardens by the Bay and take afternoon tea at Raffles?
Highlights of this city include the Grand Palace, a river cruise, the floating market, shopping and dining - which barely touches the surface. Plus, time, it right and enjoy any number of festivals in the city.
Apart from its welcome temperature climate, this region is home to Malaysia's tea plantations which provide vivid green vistas over the region, and a jolly good brew.
With various routes running through South-East Asia, guests on board are treated to an original art of travel. You are effortously carried in luxurious surrounds with fascinating excursions, altogether providing the ancient proverb true; better to travel well than to arrive
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Find out the essentials before you go.
- Time Difference
GMT + 7
- Flight Duration
11 hours 25 minutes
- Best Time To Travel
November - April
- Visa Needed
UK passport holders do not require a visa
- Combines Well With
Private transfers are 60 minutes from Mauritius Airport / 162 Suites & The Villa / 3 Restaurants / 5 Bars / Fitness Centre / Spa / Golf Course / Aqua Gym / Water Sports / Tennis Academy / Kid’s “Only” Club for 3-11 years
Generally speaking November to early April are the best times to visit. Although the climate varies throughout these countries so please ask based on your specific itinerary
British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Singapore Airlines all fly direct to Singapore in approximately 13 hours. British Airways and Thai Airways offer direct services into Bangkok, with connecting flights across Thailand. Kuala Lumpur can be reached in approximately 12.5 hours with Malaysia Airlines./p>