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Together, we're going to make your holiday to Asia PERFECT. Use the below for some initial inspiration!
1. Why do Kiwis love to holiday in Thailand?
Thailand is the ideal destination for a relaxing beach holiday, but one which is quite different to the Pacific Islands. Kiwis are attracted to the food, culture, heritage and accessibility to world-famous hot spots such as Bangkok, Phuket and Koh Samui. In addition, prices are compelling. Ask us about bonus night offers and deals that allow you to double your stay for the same price.
READ MORE: For every other reason why Kiwis can't get enough of Thailand Click Here.
2. Discover Thailand's best kept secret
Off-the-beaten track travel still exists in Thailand. Koh Chang is one of Thailand’s least developed islands: a beautiful slice of land covered in rainforest, mountain peaks and untouched beaches. In fact, so rugged is the terrain, not even McDonald’s dares to brandish its golden arches.
READ MORE: Like the sound so far? Click here to read more about Koh Chang.
READ MORE: If you're more of an adventurist than a relaxer, Click Here for six more exciting experiences in Thailand.
4. Plan your dream Bali holiday
Stunning beaches, excellent cuisine, a sense of spirituality and daily massages at incredibly low prices — what’s not to love about Bali?
READ MORE: We can make booking your dream Bali holiday easy peasy, Click Here to get started.
5. Eat at a traditional Balinese warung
Because you didn’t book a trip to Bali so you could gorge on a burger, try a traditional Warung and get to grips with an entire tongue-assaulting medley of Balinese flavours. A Warung is a small family-owned business which will open its doors to foreign folk and usher everyone inside for a big bowl of Mee Goring. Made by mama, passed down from nana. Albeit a smidge touristy, Seminyak’s Made Warung still serves a damn fine Balinese dish. A beauty since 1969, it’s a veteran of all things authentic. Having blossomed from a traditional roadside warung into a chic city restaurant, the menu is flush with traditional Balinese fare, while the atmosphere is one you’re unlikely to find anywhere else.
READ MORE: For the ultimate food and drink bible, Click Here for a comprehensive list of must-see bars, beach clubs and fine dining.
6. Visit this Balinese island before it’s too late
Granted, that does sound melodramatic, but Nusa Lembongan - albeit relatively undiscovered right now - is attracting an increasing number of visitors. For good reason too. An island just 30-minutes from the mainland, with sashaying palm trees, isolated beaches, blue water and rustic bungalows spilling onto the beach, Nusa Lembongan is a gem you’ll want to discover before all the others do.
READ MORE: If Nusa Lembongan sounds like a bit of you, Click Here for all the best things to do on the island.
7. What’s the best way to see Vietnam?
To see the main highlights, we recommend a minimum of 10 days, but ideally three weeks – to see the very best of Vietnam in its entirety. You could travel north-south, or south-north, or if you’re short on time, skip central Vietnam and fly from north to south (or vice-versa). You could spend seven days in either just the north or just the south, flying (and starting) in either Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh. Alternatively, start centrally – from Danang – and work your way up or down via stunning Hoi An. If time's not a problem, go all-out and include a scenic route between Hue and Danang, or Hanoi and Danang with a private driver and guide. Both drives are stunning. Trains are also reliable throughout Vietnam, but the Reunification Express train, which chugs between Hanoi and Sapa, is a real highlight. Slow but intrepid, if you have time to amble, the views are incredible.
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