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7-DAYS CLASSIC CAMBODIA

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Chiang Mai Northern Food Tour by Truck

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10-DAYS ANCIENT WONDERS OF UZBEKISTAN

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Explore Sawankhalok, a charming riverside historical village of Sukhothai province, on foot. Savor on delicious local dishes prepared by multi-generations family restaurants. Sawankhalok became a major port town and commercial hub of the Sukhothai Kingdom (1238 – 1438 CE) thanks to some Chinese merchants who made Sawankhalok home. Strolling in the village, you can sense …

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Zuicho This tiny restaurant only serves up one dish: Katsu Don, hich is well worth seeking out when in Tokyo. For 1000 yen you can get your hands on a piping hot bowl of rice, which is topped off with a soft and fluffy omelette, along with a generous helping of katsu (deep fried pork). …

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There simply is nowhere quite like it. One of the world’s last wildernesses. A holiday in Mongolia will be like no other. We design bespoke holidays and tours during which you can stay in lodges, and authentic homestays. From the mesmerising Gobi Desert to the steppe of the central heartland, the eagle hunters of the …

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7-Days – Departs Daily on a Private Basis; Phnom Penh, Battambang, Siem Reap This 6-day tour offers travelers a well-rounded journey from the capital Phnom Penh to the temples of Siem Reap. On the way, you’ll visit Battambang, a former trading post for Thai, Khmer and French traders, with an interesting architectural legacy of French colonial …

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Kicking off at sundown, meet your guide before heading north to a district known for having the best places to eat in Kolkata. Starting with a tropical lasse, you’ll meander through the calm residential streets taking in sights and picking up tasty titbits on the move. Continue your food tour to discover how local people …

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Don’t follow the herd… Hop on board and enjoy this unique food tour with us in one of Chiang Mai’s famous rod daeng trucks. Delve into the history behind Northern Thai food and the influence Burmese cuisine has had on the region with your foodie guide. She knows the Chiang Mai food scene like the …

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10-Days – Departs Daily on a Private Basis; Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Ayaz Kala On this once-in-a-lifetime nine-day tour, you will discover the beauty and marvels of historic Uzbekistan, the jewel of Central Asia’s Silk Road. Explore capital city, Tashkent, the center of Islamic study and home to towering minarets and porticos and the grave of Tamarlane …

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Every textile tells a story if you know what to look for, especially the antique textiles you’ll see in museums and elegant shops throughout Asia and Southeast Asia. Going to local markets, museums, and festivals allows you to truly immerse yourself in the culture. The raw material – cotton, silk, plant fibers or camel hair – tells you where the weaving was done. The colors speak …

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A trip to Mongolia is sure to deliver unforgettable dining experiences. Many meals on a Mongolian expedition will take place around a bonfire in the Gobi Desert, savouring a feast prepared by a skilled chef at a Ger camp. Meanwhile, outside of the desert, culinary diversity abounds in Mongolia’s capital city, Ulaanbaatar, with options that …

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Eight years ago, it would have been impossible to find a sophisticated Bangkokian tossing back a shot of ya dong, or Thai herbal moonshine. It costs just 30 cents a pop at shady liquor carts on street corners around the city, found in rows of cookie jars with questionable infusion recipes. While its street version …

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