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First-time China

China for a first-timer

Despite being the third largest country in the world, we’ve always seen China as something of an enigmatic kingdom. From the seemingly infinite 4,000-mile-long Great Wall which features on bucket lists worldwide, to the rice terraces in Longsheng and Chengdu’s charming pandas, there is simply so much to explore. We recently sent our Asia specialist more »

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Ninh Binh caves

Ninh Binh: where time stops still

The first image that comes to mind when you picture Vietnam is usually the famous Halong Bay – with its strikingly beautiful landscape of limestone islets and emerald waters, it is not surprising that it features at the top of every traveller’s bucket list. However, here our Asia Specialist Chloe tells us why she thinks more »

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The Imagine Travel Bucket List

A bucket list can be described as the number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to accomplish during their lifetime. Here at Imagine Travel our list is ever growing, but after careful consideration we have selected (in no particular order) our Top 14 things to see before you die… 1. Galapagos Islands Famous more »

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One week in Asia…is it possible?

We’re often asked if one week is enough time for a city/beach holiday combo in Asia. Usually, with the long flights and time differences we would say no…longer is better, BUT there is an exception – Malaysia! With direct flights with British Airways and Malaysia Airlines, you can fly overnight from Heathrow and be in more »

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Top 10 things to see in Burma

Off-limits for years but now back on every intrepid traveller’s wish-list, Burma (now known as Myanmar) lies in the heart of Asia and is one of the most culturally rich countries in the world.

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The Insider: Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp

For the publication of our recent ‘Miles Away’ magazine, we spoke with Htun Htun Wynn and Tin Win Maw who are the founders of Green Hill Valley Elephant Camp in Burma. There are so many elephant experiences that tourists can take part in across South East Asia, but many of them are simply tourist attractions more »

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