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Award winning tailor-made holidays in the Far East
Award winning tailor-made holidays in the Far East

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This is one of Angkor's most spectacular 'pyramid' temples. The mighty Koh Ker is situated around 75 miles from Siem Reap. As a result it receives less visitors than it deserves!
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Thirsty camels enjoy time at a local watering hole in Mongolia's Gobi Desert.
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Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the Opposite House cuts a dash in the embassy district of Beijing. Bold colours, minimalist Japanese detail and traditional Chinese design have combined to create a luxurious, and spacious, hotel that is part trendy residence and part modern art gallery. The hotel’s 99 studios, and suites, offer comforting clean lines, striking wooden bathrooms and up to the minute amenities such as a digital entertainment system, free WiFi and a complimentary mini-bar. The hotel’s four restaurants and bars are popular with guests and trendy locals alike. An exciting place to stay in one of the world’s great cities.


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Explore the majesty of China's natural landscapes on this exhilarating tour: http://bit.ly/1JyU0In  

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One of China's most famous pagodas - can you guess where in the country it can be found, and how old this wooden structure is?
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After a hard day's prayer at Ganden Monastery (just outside Lhasa) - time to hang out and admire the view.
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Java - a land of volcanoes, temples and rich culture.......read more in our latest blog:

http://www.bambootravel.co.uk/blog/70/java-indonesias-premier-attraction

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Tiger Leaping Gorge offers one of China's great walks as you make your way along a tiny path, hundreds of feet above the valley floor and in the shadow of some epic mountains.
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The art of cooling down - Laos style!
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