Far East

10 Nights 5* Half Board. The Palm, Dubai

Dubai is known for its world firsts. One astounding example is the series of artificial archipelagos in the emerald waters of the Arabian Gulf. Palm Jumeirah, which looks like a stylised palm tree from above, was the first offshore development of its kind, and was originally billed as the Eighth Wonder of the World. In addition to the many hotels and resorts on the islands, you can sail around Palm Jumeirah in a yacht or speedboat offered by one of…

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Map of Thailand

Thailand Fact Sheet For Travellers

Thailand has something for everyone, with pristine beaches, ancient temples, tantalising cuisine, tropical rain forests and vibrant street life. Seasons Thailand’s peak season is from November to February when the weather is generally warm and sunny. The hottest months are April and May. Low season is considered to be May to October when rainfall is common, although there is sunshine between showers. Phuket and Koh Samui are the two most popular resorts, and they have different rainy seasons, when one…

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Countdown to Hong Kong

Mike was born there, he left when he was 13 years old, so I’m fascinated to see what he remembers by visiting the family’s old haunts and what has changed over the decades since they moved to the UK. March is also the 20th anniversary of when we first met and Mike’s birthday, so it’s going to be a very special week for the two of us. At the moment we’re working in excess of 80 hours a week booking…

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When’s a good time to visit the Far East?

Bali The best time to visit Bali is in the dry season (May to September) although it’s generally considered an all year round destination with temperatures only fluctuating a few degrees from an average of 27-29 degrees. Monsoon season is October to April. Bangkok Bangkok is hot all year round with average temperatures of 30-35 degrees. The best time to visit is December and January when it’s cooler and drier. The rainy season is from May to October. Beijing Beijing…

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Julie: Cape Town

Mike: Hong Kong

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