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Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia boasts some of the world’s finest beaches in exotic places like Thailand, Bali and Malaysia, as well as the increasingly popular shores of Vietnam and the Philippines. Throw in an incredible variety of delectable cuisines, an array of stunning historic sights and some of the world's most exciting cities - think Singapore - and its little wonder this fabulous region seduces us so easily.

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Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

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10th February 2021 by Stuart

The Scoop: Langkawi

If you're looking for somewhere as breathtakingly beautiful as Thailand's islands and beaches but without the hordes of travellers and rapidly-increasing commercialism, then the stunningly picturesque Langkawi in Malaysia is definitely your place.  Turquoise waters, pristine powdery white-sand beaches, swaying coconut trees, intact jungle-covered hills, pretty paddy fields, refreshing waterfalls, and pleasingly affordable - this place has it all - along with some of the best sunsets...

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10th February 2021 by Stuart

The Scoop: Singapore

Futuristic, cutting edge, hip and innovative mixed with traditional and multiculturally-infused: its an expansive, complex melting-pot of a city. Expect to see packed-out temples sitting alongside reflective sky-reaching, sci-fi-esque hotels and office blocks resembling gardens in the clouds. And then there's chic and boho shophouses serving all the latest edible and drinkable treats you can imagine, next to vast, maze-like "food malls" with tiny booths serving restaurant-worthy, shockingly...

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16th February 2021 by Andy

The Scoop: Phuket

If tropical sunsets and warm blue oceans are on your next holiday list, Phuket may be the island of your dreams. As the largest island in Thailand, Phuket is one of Asia’s most popular beach destinations with an average year-round temperature of 32 degrees, palm-lined beaches and great value accommodation and dining options.Apart from the famous nightlife of Patong Beach, Phuket has something for everyone, from world-class diving in the Andaman Sea to eco forest adventures and championship...

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18th September 2018 by Stuart

Review: Berjaya Langkawi Resort

Langkawi in Malaysia has all the trademarks of a 'paradise island' and is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to the incredible but overcrowded and over-commercialised beaches and islands of Thailand, its closest neighbour. There are a handful of large resorts on the island, and Berjaya Langkawi, in an area called Pantai Kok on the west coast, is among the most popular. I recently spent nine nights at the resort. A spectacular bay surrounded by limestone mountains and jungle, it...

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12th February 2021 by Andy

Cheapest places to holiday in February

Plummeting temperatures do little to help the onset of post-holiday blues, so what does that mean for travellers? A hot, long-haul trip to distant shores where the sun is shining, festivals are in full swing and prices are cheaper than January.If you embrace the cold and can’t wait to get the snow gear out, you’ll also find an abundance of powder in some of the world’s top ski resorts. Get ready to drag out the festive season just that little bit longer, with top holiday places to visit...

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27th January 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

7 things to do in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Are you planning to travel to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, soon? Read our tips below on the things to do in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with suggested tours. Malaysia, whose tagline is “Truly Asia,” has its capital in Kuala Lumpur. It offers modern skyscrapers, diverse mosques and churches, and scenic views. It... The post 7 Things To Do In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia [with Suggested Tours] appeared first on Two Monkeys Travel Group. ......

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6th July 2019 by PommieTravels

5 ways to get around Kuala Lumpur

Are you planning a future trip to the capital of Malaysia? If so, there is a lot that you should know before getting on an airplane. Kuala Lumpur is not only the capital of Malaysia but also the largest city in the country. Visiting this wonderful city is many people’s dream. So, be sure to do your research and have a travel itinerary prepared well in advance. The first thing you should know is the city’s transportation system. Below, you will discover five ways to get around Kuala Lumpur...