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A vibrant and cosmopolitan city located in the heart of Southeast Asia. The city has a rich mixture of cultures resulting in an intriguing blend and contrast not found anywhere else on earth, offering visitors a truly unique experience.


Hong Kong

Asia’s world city. With its unique blend of eastern and western cultures, Hong Kong is a special and distinctive destination. From its famed nightlife to amazing shopping experience, Hong Kong is the place to be!



The Land of Smiles capital city, a fascinating metropolis, a wonderful introduction to Thailand. Bangkok is consistently ranked as the global top destination city by international visitors.
Come to discover why!


Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai is the hub of Northern Thailand and the Capital City of the Province of this name. Chiang Mai means "new city" and it became the new capital of the Lan Na kingdom when it was founded in 1296. Chiang Mai is a culturally and historically interesting city. It is Thailand's fifth-largest city. Located on a plain 316 meters above sea level, surrounded by mountains and lush countryside. Chiang Mai has a tropical wet and dry climate, tempered by the low latitude and moderate elevation, with warm to hot weather year-round.



Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar. Although no longer the capital, Yangon still remains Myanmar’s commercial heart and the core of its spiritual. The mix of colonial architecture, modern high-rises and gilded Buddhist pagodas define Yangon’s skyline. The famed Shwedagon Paya, a huge, shimmering pagoda complex, draws thousands of pilgrims annually. The city's other notable religious sites include the Botataung and Sule pagodas, both housing Buddhist relics.



Mandalay is the second largest city in Myanmar and former capital of Burma. The city is the economic and religious hub of upper Myanmar and is centred around the Royal Palace. It has wide roads filled with bicycles and motorcycles and is known for its cultural diversity. Half of Burma's monks reside in Mandalay and the surrounding areas.


Nay Pyi Taw

NAYPYIDAW meaning “Royal Capital” is Myanmar’s new capital city. It is Myanmar’s third largest city and acts as a transportation hub.

The city is unlike the rest of Myanmar, being considerably more urban – with a new airport, huge shopping malls and six lane highways.

The city is organized into functional zones; residential, ministry, military, and hotel zones for instance. It has earned the title of one of the world’s fastest developing cities.

Naypyidaw is a unique city in the region. A fully functioning large city but with few inhabitants for its size, allows visitors to a traffic free experience. Being situated between two mountain ranges there is less to offer in the way of day trips or activities.



Bagan is an ancient city and was the capital of the first Burmese empire. It is located in the dry central plains of the country, on the eastern bank of the Irrawaddy River.

As the heart of Myanmar during ancient times, Bagan homes temples and buildings from the 11th to the 13th century. Over 2,000 pagodas and temples can be explored, most of which were built by ancient kings and leaders of Myanmar.


Inle Lake

Inle Lake is located in the heart of the Shan Plateau. A beautiful highland lake, 900 meters above sea level, 22km long and 10km across, inhabited by many different ethnic nationals of the area. The Intha people are the Lake dwellers renowned for their leg rowing. Leg rowed traditional boats are celebrated ceremonial attractions of Inle Lake. Cooler than nearby Mandalay and Bagan, it is a pleasant retreat even in the hot season from March to July. It is truly a year-round destination.