Where to go in Asia in 2014

For us, a New Year represents new travel opportunities! From experience we know that now is the time to get planning to make the most of availability, get the best offers, and also to rid yourself of the Winter blues! So, where would we recommend for your 2014 holiday? Borneo is the one of the more »

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Introducing Ravi Kumar

India is a lesson in geographical terminologies, a chronological survey of human history, and a collection of all race types. There are 16 languages (smallest of which is spoken by 20 million people) and more than a thousand dialects spoken in India. Most of Indian customs date back to 2,000 years or more. India has more »

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Borneo, wildlife and rainy season

Borneo is incredible and there is no better place for wildlife in the whole of Asia! I visited the famous Sepilok Orang-utan Sanctuary, spent a couple of days searching for wildlife down the Kinabatangan River and finished up at the incredible reserves of Tabin and Danum. It generally rains more than 200 days a year more »

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