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Cambodia Hotels

Battambang is Cambodia's second most populous city, and a popular tourist destination due to the many nearby places of interest. It is also the capital city of the province with the same name.

Kep City
Kep is a coastal tourist city located southwest of Royal city of Phnom Penh of Kingdom of Cambodia. Kep offers a variety of tourist attractions such as natural mountains, evergreen tropical forest, mangroves, islands, coral reefs, beaches, and sea food.

Kompong Thom
Kompong Thom is the capital of Kampong Thom Province in Cambodia. It is a pleasant and relaxed place and a good starting point for exploring the countryside and the temples of Sambor Prei Kuk.

Phnom Penh
With its French colonial architecture, Buddhist temples and haunting remnants of the Khmer Rouge, Phnom Penh represents one of Cambodia's most complete cross-sections...

Siem Reap
Siem Reap is a fabled city Cambodia and the gateway to Angkor Wat. It offers travelers a world of exciting activities and experiences.

The biggest and best seaside resort town in Cambodia. The main port for the country. Seaside, Hills, Islands, Casinos, Restaurants and more. Visit Sihanoukville today.


Hong Kong Hotels

Kowloon City
Kowloon is the peninsula to the north of Hong Kong Island. The mountains that overlook Kowloon account for eight of Kowloon\'s nine dragons while, as the story goes, the ninth dragon refers to the emperor who counted them.

Off the southern coast of China, 70 km from Hong Kong, the island territory of Macau is emerging rapidly as a world travel destination: the Asian Las Vegas, featuring an Asian spin on the many things to do in Las Vegas.

Wan Chai is one of the busiest commercial areas in Hong Kong with many small and medium-sized companies. Wan Chai North features office towers, parks, hotels and an international conference and exhibition centre.


Indonesia Hotels

Voted as the world's best Island Destination several times, Bali is truly the island of the Gods. Our newest holiday destination is a dream come true...

Bali Villas
Discover Bali Island - one of Indonesia's hidden jewels. We offer a selection of laid back resorts, premier 5 star hotels and luxury beach villas.

Capital of West Java, Bandung was a booming Dutch port in colonial times. In those days, it was nicknamed the 'Paris of Java' for its luxury hotels, cafés and boutiques. Today, Bandung is as dynamic as it is historic, with excellent shopping, dining and nightlife.

Batam Island
Batam Island is a small tourist island close to Singapore and wellknown for it's white beaches and great climate.

Located 300m above sea level and just an hour's train journey south of Jakarta, BOGOR enjoys a cool, wet climate and is home to the famously lush Kebun Raya Bogor or Botanical Gardens....

Bukittinggi is a mountain resort and a great place to relax. The city attracts tourists due to its climate and peaceful ambience.

Flores is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands. The largest town is Maumere. Flores is located east of Sumbawa and Komodo and west of Lembata and the Alor Archipelago.

Experience Jakarta and discover what is also one of Asia's most exciting, most lively cities. There is plenty to do in Jakarta, from cosmopolitan shopping at the many luxurious shopping centers to one of the hippest nightlife scenes in Southeast Asia.

The World is blessed with everything. A tropical paradise, but there's only one real beauty a singular combination of scenic wonders and cultural heritage. From friendly people to smoking Volcano ... East Java and its people.

The port city of Jayapura sits on the coast. It's home to museums, hotels, an assortment of restaurants, banks and markets for shopping. From Jayapura it is easy to take guided overnight to many exciting spots.

Kalimantan refers to the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo. Kalimantan offers a wealth of rich travel experiences and is a must visit if going to Indonesia.

Lombok Island
Discover Lombok Island - one of Indonesia's hidden jewels. We offer a selection of laid back resorts, premier 5 star hotels and luxury beach villas.

Malang is considered by many to be the most attractive of Java's big cities, thanks mostly to the charm of its historical architecture and the cool climate that first attracted its Dutch colonists.

Maluku Island
Maluku (Moluccas), a region of Indonesia formerly known as the Spice Islands, was once the source of cloves and nutmeg, spices highly valued for their aroma, preservative ability, and use in medicine before people learned how to cultivate the plants in other parts of the world.

Padang, the capital of the province of West Sumatra, is mostly used by tourists as an access point to Bungus Bay, the surfing sites of the Mentawai Islands the inland hills of Bukittinggi and the Kerinci Seblat National Park.

Within Indonesia and West Papua itself, 'Papua' usually refers to the entire western half of New Guinea - West Papua - despite its official division into separate provinces.

Solo has more of a small town feel and is not as visited as its neighbor. Which is not to say there isn't plenty to see. The royal city boasts two palaces, and the surrounding countryside is home to some of Indonesia's more unusual ancient temples.

Sulawesi Island
North Sulawesi has an abundance and variety of accommodation and facilities available to meet the needs of travelers from backpackers and budget class to four-star resorts. The natural wonders of North Sulawesi make it well suited to both organized and adventure travel.

The province of North Sumatra stretches across the island of Sumatra between the Indian Ocean and the Strait Malacca. It is among other things famous for Lake Toba in Medan.

Surabaya is the gateway city for Mount Bromo and the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park. This area features some of Indonesia's most active volcanoes.

The Gili Islands
Discover The Gili Islands just by Lombok and Bali in Indonesia and discover a tropical paradise with fantastic beaches, great scuba diving and laid back resorts.

Yogyakarta is the premier tour destination of Java island, Indonesia.


Laos Hotels

The small town of Champasak, location of the Khmer ruins of Wat Phu, is the seat of the Champasak District. Khone Phapheng Falls is in the province.


Khammouane is a province of Laos, located in the center of the country. To the north it is bounded by Bolikhamxai; to the south, by Savannakhet.

Luang Namtha
Best known as a stopover point on the backpacker trail from China to Laos, Luang Namtha has become increasingly popular as a starting point for hill tribe treks.

Luang Prabang
Luang Prabang was formerly the capital of a kingdom of the same name. Until the communist takeover in 1975, it was the royal capital and seat of government of the Kingdom of Laos. The city is also notable as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

This small village lies half-way between Huay Xai and Luang Prabang on the banks of the Mekong river.

Pakse (Pakxe) is a city in the Champasak province of Southern Laos. It's one of the biggest towns in Laos and a major transportation hub for southern Laos. If you plan to go to the Bolaven Plateau or Si Phan Don you....


Compared to the hectic, bustling capitals in other Southeast Asia countries, Vientiane's deliciously relaxing atmosphere makes it feel like the small town it is.....

Xieng Khouang
The Xieng Khouang province is a mountainous plateau in the north of Laos. Most tourists travel to the region to visit the world famous Plain of Jars sites, which contain huge stone jars dating back to 1500-2000 years ago.


Malaysia Hotels

Brunei is a safe haven for wildlife, rainforest and reefs. Brunei is also a safe haven for wildlife lovers, adventure travellers, eco-tourism, wilderness travellers, divers, sailors and exploring.

Cameron Highlands
Beautiful and lush Cameron Highlands has remained as one of the most popular destinations of Malaysia. Discover a truly unique place.

Hulu Perak
Huku Perak, The Lake District of Perak, is the gateway to fantastic and immense Temenggor Lake and many fantastic and natural wonders.

This city on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia owes itself to the old days of tin mining. The best architecture is west of Kinta River....

Johor Bahru
Just over the causeway from Singapore, Johor Bahru is an important manufacturing and business hub for Malaysia and a major starting point for travel to the northern part of the country...

Kota Bahru
Kota Bharu is a real typical Malaysian city. It's still so pure. Kota Bharu means "new city", and this serene and peaceful town offers both rich tradition and some magnificent natural wonders. Life here proceeds at a leisurely pace....

Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur has been transformed into a thriving metropolis with spectacular shopping. Unlike many Asian cities, Kuala Lumpur still has historical buildings, tranquil spots of nature and a warm cultural heritage.



Langkawi Island
Brimming with culture, mysteries, legends and an abundance of natural scenery, Langkawi is the perfect getaway for families or friends looking for a pleasant holiday.

Malacca (Melaka)
Malacca Town is a colorful historic city on the west coast of Malaysia. Occupied in turns by the Chinese, the Dutch and Malays from Sumatra, Malacca Town boasts a culturally rich mix of architecture and is a UNESCO Heritage Listed site.

Pahang has cool green mountains, rain forests, hill resorts, tranquil fishing villages, long stretches of sandy beaches, mysterious caves and unspoilt lakes.

Pangkor Island
Pangkor fully deserves the name "Beautiful Island" as it is translated. Pangkor Island is a small island on the North West coast of Malaysia in the Straits of Malacca. And I live only a few kilometers away in the little town of Sitiawan.

Penang Island
A fascinating fusion of the East and West, Penang embraces modernity while retaining its traditions and old world charm.

Perhentian Islands
Perhaps it is the stretches of white beach or the crystal clear water. Perhaps it is the untouched forests. We like to think that is a little bit of all of this that makes the Perhentian Islands the perfect place to stop and take some time out.

Port Dickson
Port Dickson or PD to locals is a beach and holiday destination situated about 32 km from Seremban and 90 km from Kuala Lumpur. It is located in the state of Negeri Sembilan in Peninsular Malaysia.

Redang Island
White sandy beaches, crystal clear blue sea, brilliant underwater world. Redang archipelago comprises 9 islands...

Situated on the beautiful island of Borneo, Sabah is one of the thirteen states which Malaysia is made of. Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia and shares the island of Borneo with Sarawak, Brunei, and Indonesian Kalimantan.

Sarawak is a land of colourful cultures boasting 27 ethnic groups. Sarawak's rainforest is one of the most diverse and protected ecosystems in the world.

Terengganu is a bastion of traditional Malay culture on Peninsular Malaysia. Guests of hotels near Terengganu enjoy some of the warmest hospitality on the Peninsula...

Tioman Island
Off Malaysia's east coast lies Pulau Tioman, or Tioman Island a tear-shape paradise. An enduring and tranquil island, Tioman Island boasts miles and miles of white sandy beaches.



Philippines Hotels

The Bicol Region or Bicolandia is one of the 17 regions of the Philippines. It occupies the Bicol Peninsula at the southeastern end of Luzon island and some other islands.

Bohol Island
The province of Bohol is one of the Philippines' top tourist destination. Endowed with nature's best resources, Bohol truly is and island paradise and a vacation heaven.

Boracay Island
The palmstudded island of Boracay - with its white, talcum-fine beach, balmy weather and warm, crystalline waters - is like a hypnotic magnet that lures many to a lotus existence.

Cebu Island
Cebu province is home to some 150+ fantastic holiday islands and famous for it's tranquil atmosphere and serene beaches.

If you've had enough of the gentle side of Asia, the folded hands and the slow bowing, then head to Manila Philippines. This loud, brash, colorful city has a lust for life unmatched elsewhere.

Mindanao Island
Mindanao is the second largest and easternmost island in the Philippines. It is also one of the three island groups in the country, along with Luzon and Visayas. The island of Mindanao is called The Land of Promise.

Palawan Island
Palawan is paradise, sanctuary to an amazing variety of fauna and flora found nowhere else in the world. It is blessed with incredibly awesome landscapes that astound even the most indifferent of visitors.


Singapore Hotels

Beach Road
Beach Road is one of the early roads developed in Singapore and appears in George Drumgoole Coleman's 1836 Map of Singapore. The road was actually a coastal road fronting the sea coast in the early decades of the British colonial city — hence its name.

Bugis Street, in the city-state of Singapore, was renowned internationally from the 1950s to the 1980s for its nightly gathering of transwomen, a phenomenon which made it one of Singapore's top tourist destinations during that period.

Changi is a very idyllic area that's a remnant of old Singapore. Changi roads are narrower than most and are lined with huge angsana and palm trees. The area is not crowded and is mostly populated by those working in the airline companies nearby.

Singapore's Chinatown is the traditional Chinese quarters of town, and while the entire city is largely Chinese these days the area does retain some of its own charm.

Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is a historical riverside quay in Singapore, located within the Singapore River Planning Area. The quay is situated upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River and Boat Quay.

Financial District
The Financial District is home to many banks and financial institutions, with the most prominent buildings being the UOB Plaza and OUB Centre. Nearby at the mouth of the Singapore River is The Fullerton Singapore, exemplifying the Art Deco style that once dominated the district.

Little India
Little India is, as the name promises, the center for the large Indian community in Singapore. While a rather sanitized version of the real thing, Little India retains its distinct identity without degenerating into a mere tourist attraction and is one of the most colorful and attractive places to visit in Singapore.

Marina Bay
Marina Bay is Singapore's newest district, created on reclaimed land just south of Riverside. It is now THE location for shopping, dining, gambling and having a good time in Singapore.

Orchard Road
Orchard Road is a one-way street flanked by distinctive shopping malls on both sides of the road. Outside of the malls, the main thoroughfare is immaculately landscaped with flowers and greenery as is ubiquitous in this Garden City.

Sentosa Island
Sentosa Island Singapore is one of the premier island resorts with multi-faceted attractions and teeming with events throughout the year. This island is an awesome blend of recreational facilities and leisure. It is a multi- visit destination for the tourists.


Thailand Hotels

Ayutthaya is 76 kilometers north of Bangkok and boasts numerous magnificent ruins. The ruins indicate that Ayutthaya was one of Southeast Asia's (and probably the world's) most prosperous cities in the 17th Century and beyond.

Bangkok is one of the most cosmopolitan, contrasting and, above all, compelling of Asian cities. A steamy, pulsating, yet smiling metropolis of more than ten million.

Chanthaburi played an important role in the history of the nation. It is wealthy and rich in natural resources. It offers some great beaches and relaxation.

Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai Province, often referred to as the Rose of the North, is a fascinating example of merging the citys 700-year tradition with modern development.

Chiang Rai
Chiang Rai is the northernmost province of Thailand. Scenic dense mountains, river valleys, hot springs, waterfalls, ancient settlements and historical sites, hill tribe villages such as Karen, Akha, Lisu, Meo and Muser, all can be found in Chiang Rai.

Chumphon is a sea coast city parallel to the Gulf of Thailand. It is the gateway to other southern provinces. Along more than 200 kilometers of Chumphons seashore, there are many beautiful and picturesque beaches.

Hua Hin
The oldest and most traditional Thai resort combines the attractions of a modern holiday destination with the charm and fascination of a still active fishing port.

Discover Thailands exotic North East. Isaan is the bread basket of Thailand and offers a rich culture and Thailands friendliest people.

Kanchanaburi captivates beautiful nature and friendly people with their native charm. Major attractions include several waterfalls, mountains, caves, national parks and last, but not least, the River Kwai.

Khao Lak
Khao Lak is characterized by kilometers of lovely unspoiled beach coastline against a lush jungle backdrop.

Khao Yai
Khao Yai is Thailands oldest National Park. It offers great hotels and lots of adventure activities.

Khon Kaen
Khon Kaen is a regional center for education, financial institutions, government offices and transportation. The city is also an industrial center, especially for the region\'s silk trade, as well as an agricultural hub.

Koh Chang
Koh Chang Island is a true jewel of a tropical island. It is reknowned for its white beaches and beautiful sunsets.

Koh Kood
Located close to Koh Chang, Koh Kood offers great beaches, relaxation and cosy laid back island resorts.

Koh Lanta
Koh Lanta is situated in the southern most district of Krabi Province. It offers stunning scenery, fantastic white sandy beaches and great scuba diving.

Koh Lipe
Discover Koh Lipes long crisp white sandy beaches, friendly local atmosphere, azure clear water and easy going style. This is what makes Koh Lipe Island the perfect Thailand holiday.

Koh Mak
A natural, tropical island, Koh Mak, Thailands preserved "treasure", is an ideal destination for visitors who enjoy a tranquil environment unspoiled by mass tourism.

Koh Mook
Discover Thailands best kept secret island paradise: Koh Mook, also known as Koh Muk. This petite island in close to Koh Lanta and Krabi offers travelers a change of pace, crisp white sandy beaches surrounded by towering lime stone cliffs and crystal clear blue water.

Koh Ngai
Discover majestic Koh Ngai Island in Trang, Thailand: Koh Ngai is an unspoiled Thailand island paradise, offering travelers a peaceful holiday in a beach paradise that is Koh Ngai Thailand.

Koh Phangan
Discover Koh Phangan Island, home of the notorious full moon party, but also the choice of beach and nature lovers.

Koh Samet
Welcome to one of Thailands hidden jewels: The island of Koh Samet. This beautiful island has it all: superb beaches, lovely coral reefs, excellent dining and an atmospheric night life.

Koh Samui
Koh Samui is a laid back tropical island offering serene white beaches, blue water, great night life and excellent hotels.

Koh Samui Villas
Great villa selection on the beautiful island of Koh Samui.

Koh Tao
Discover Koh Tao Island. Famous for it's great scuba diving and laid back atmosphere it also offers stunning beaches and excellent resorts.

Discover the towering lime stone cliffs of Krabi, it's magnificent beaches and first class hotels & resorts.

Lampang is famous for the production of ceramic goods and mining operations. A great deal of ball clay, china stone, and lignite are extracted from the surrounding mountains.

Lop Buri
Discover Lop Buri and experience a glimpse of Thailand's extraordinary past.

Mae Hong Son
Thailand’s province of Mae Hong Son is a truly great destination for visitors to the Thai Kingdom and The Lanna Culture.

Nakhon Pathom
Only 55 km west of Bangkok, Nakhon Pathom is best known for the Phra Pathom Chedi, the world's tallest Buddhist monument. Standing over 120 meters high, the chedi was first built over a thousand years ago but destroyed during a Burmese invasion in 1057.

Nakhon Sawan
Nakhon Sawan is an exciting destination offering splendid nature and many interesting sights including the largest freshwater swamp in Thailand.

Nakhon Si Thammarat
Nakhon Si Thammarat boasts pristine verdant jungles abundant with luxuriant vegetation and is also noted for picturesque beaches and beautiful waterfalls.

Nan Province, located in Thailand's Northern Part, offers a variety of mountain sights and adventure sports.

Narathiwat literally means "the residence of good people". The city of Narathiwat has an abundance of traditional culture and authenticity with village-like tranquility.

Nong Khai
Nong Khai Province offers a rich cultural heritage and is Thailand's main gateway to mystical Laos.

The beach resort of Pattaya offers travelers from around the world a wide variety of activities, beaches and great hotels.

Petchaboon province is fast becoming famous for it's mild climate and attractive sights. The name itself means The Land of Crops and foods and Petchaboon offers a rich culinary heritage.

Discover Thailand of Old. Petchaburi is one of Thailand's oldest provinces and offer travelers a chance to gasp at the rich cultural heritage with many temples and cultural sights.

Phang Nga
Phang Nga Province offers some of Thailand's most spectacular scenery with huge Lime Stone cliffs rising out of the emerald green water.

Phi Phi Islands
The world famous Phi Phi Islands offer perhaps Thailand's best beaches as well as great scuba diving and exotic resorts.

A major tourist destination in the Lower North, Phitsanulok is situated on the banks of the Nan River. Most of the terrains are flatland, with mountain ranges running on the east where waterfalls and national parks offer opportunities for nature treks.

Phrae Province is one of the most ancient cities of Northern Thailand. Phrae was established in 1371 B.E. by Phaya Pol. The former name wad "Pol Nakorn" , then changed to "Wiang Ko Sai" which means "Silk Cloth".

Discover perhaps Thailand's most popular tourist destination: Phuket. Simply a beautiful island with great beaches, excellent nightlife and a wide variety of hotels.

Phuket Villas
Discover Phuket's fantastic villas. There are so many fab villas on the island that we thought it deserved it's own section on our website.

Known for it's top-class national parks, waterfalls and whitewater rafting courses, Prachinburi boast a number of classic Dvaravati and Khmer temples dating back more than a millennium.

A mountainous and heavily forested province, Ranong is best known as a fishing and trading port. Ranong town is a gateway to Myanmar, with colourful longboats ferrying people across the narrow divide that separates the two countries.

Ratchaburi has lots of places to visit and the most popular tourist attraction is Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. It is an identity of Ratchaburi and is also well known around the world.

Rayong province offer some of Thailand's best kept secrets. Mile long white beaches and a relaxed atmosphere is what you will find here...

Sakaew (Sakaeo)
In the past, Sa Kaeo was a major civilized community. Its long history had dated back since the Suwannaphum and Dvaravati Periods. The archeological sites of Khmer arts and stone inscriptions are the outstanding examples of this civilization.

Samut Songkhram
Samut Songkhram is the province of fertile land, of plants and food grains, the production source of vegetables and fruits, as well as a vast variety of seafood products. It is also an interesting historical source for the early Rattanakosin period.

Satun is a small province in the south of Thailand that borders Malaysia, facing the Andaman Sea. The province possesses renowned picturesque islands with verdant forests and mountainous land.

An undeniably historic town endowed with ancient ruins, arts, and places of cultural importance, Songkhla, a melting pot of Thais, Chinese and Malays, charms visitors with its unique traditions, dialect, and folk entertainment.

The superb temples and monuments of this great city have been lovingly restored in Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see for all travellers.

Surat Thani is mostly known for being the gateway to the popular holiday islands in The Gulf of Thailand. However, it is also an area known for towering limestone cliffs and white beaches.

On traveling to Tak Province, expect to discover a place with long history, where natural wonders are magnificently enhanced by ethnic diversity.

Trang is considered a magnificent coastal province. Its beautiful coastline stretches 199 kilometers along the Indian Ocean. Two major rivers flows through it, the Trang River and Maenam Palian.

This small province borders Cambodia with the Khao Banthat mountains forming a natural demarcation. With 52 large and small islands, long white sandy beaches and unspoiled coral reefs, Trat offers delightful scenery and a tranquil hideout.

Uthai Thani
Uthai Thani is a province abundant in natural resources. "Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Reserve" here was proclaimed a Nautral World Heritage Site. The reserve has jungles, forests, plains, many streams & a number of rare and endangered animals.

The province is located in the valley of the Nan River. Most of the province was once covered with teak forests, then the major product of Uttaradit.


The Maldives Hotels

Addu Atoll
Addu Atoll is the southernmost atoll of the Maldives. There are not many islands in this atoll, but many of them are large compared to the average size of islands in the Maldives.

Baa Atoll
Baa Atoll is also considered as a good example of the rich biodiversity found in the Maldives, including large mangroves and a unique diversity of fauna, such as the benthic fauna.

Faafu Atoll
The Faafu atoll encompasses 23 luxury resort islands, the majority of which are located on its eastern side. The north-eastern side of the atoll provides excellent diving opportunities in its channels.

Haa Alifu Atoll
Haa Alifu Atoll offers an unspoilt and exclusive setting. The beaches are more pristine and the vegetation more lush than anywhere else in the Maldives.

Huvadhu Atoll
Huvadhu Atoll is the second largest natural atoll in The Maldivies. On its reef rim are many inhabited islands and coral reefs. A fantastic place to visit...

Lhaviyani Atoll
Lhaviyani Atoll or Faadhippolhu has innumerable exotic dive sites. Out of 50 isles, only five isles are inhabited in Lhaviyani atoll. The atoll welcomes you to discover your fantasy beneath the deep blue sea.

Malé is the capital and most populous city in the Republic of Maldives. It is located at the southern edge of North Malé Atoll (Kaafu Atoll).

Meemu Atoll
Meemu Atoll in Maldives has 9 inhabited islands. Located to the southern side of Vaavu Atoll, Meemu Atoll has two attractive resorts offering bouquet of luxury accommodation, fine dining and excellent recreational activities.

Noonu Atoll
Southern Miladhunmadulhu Atoll or Noonu is an administrative division of the Maldives corresponding to the southern section of Miladhunmadulhu Atoll. The capital is Manadhoo.

North Ari Atoll
The most idyllic beach front resorts on earth, created exclusively for couples in love. Each resort features a wide choice of gourmet dining experiences, with premium spirits...

North Male Atoll
Malé Atoll is a natural atoll of the Maldives. This atoll consists of two separate atolls: North Malé Atoll and South Malé Atoll. Together with Kaashidhoo Island and Gaafaru, Malé Atoll forms the administrative division known as Kaafu Atoll.

Raa Atoll
Also known as North Maalhosmadulu, Raa Atoll in Maldives has exceptionally good dive sites with high concentration of marine species and soft coral gardens. Raa Atoll comprises more than 90 isles. The atoll has a length of 65 km and width of 28 km.

South Ari Atoll
South Ari Atoll in Maldives is endowed with enrapturing tropical splendor. It is one of the exciting dive locations in Maldives. South Ari Atoll boasts of several world-class dive sites in Maldives. South Ari Atoll entices divers with its profuse aquatic flora and fauna.

South Male Atoll
With strings of emerald isles, South Male Atoll beckons avid divers to taste a real thundering experience inside the turquoise water of the sea. Dotted with superb dive sites, profuse marine species and tropical weather, South Male atoll is a diver's paradise.

South Nilandhe Atoll
Southern Nilandhe Atoll, Nilande Atoll South or Dhaalu is one of the atolls of the Maldives. It corresponds to the natural atoll of the same name.

Thaa Atoll
The ancient name of the island was Kolhumaduva during the time of King Koimala who united all atolls of the Maldives under one Kingdom for the first time.


Vietnam Hotels

Buon Ma Thuot
Buon Ma Thuot is an elephant training center and also home to a number of ethnic minorities, including the Rhade and Jarai groups. The area also boasts some impressive waterfalls.

Can Tho
Can Tho has a reputation for being a welcoming place, where everybody is smiling and welcoming. Indeed the Vietnamese in the Mekong Delta are making good a saying that goes: "White rice, clear waters, All who come wish never to leave."

Cat Ba Island
Cat Ba is the largest island in Halong Bay. The island is easily accessible and matches neighbouring Halong Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay for stunning natural beauty. It also offers visitors the added options of relaxation, adventure and cultural exchange.

Chau Doc
Chau Doc on the edge of the Mekong Delta is the stepping stone to Vietnam for travellers arriving from Cambodia.

Dalat looks like a cross between Vietnam and the French Alps. Many of its hotels and houses are built in a French style. The city spreads across a series of pine-covered hills, with a small lake in the center and surrounded by higher peaks, making for some lovely scenery quite different from the rest of Vietnam.

Danang has been an important Vietnamese city since the days of its traditional port. Even today, it's a thriving economic hub that oversees much of the commerce here in central Vietnam. It's a city often overlooked by tourists in favor of Hoi An and Hué despite the fact that it has plenty allure of its own.

Dong Hoi
Dong Hoi has a wonderful location with the Nhat Le River dividing the main part of the city from a beautiful sandy spit, with lengthy stretches of beach to the north and south of town.

Hai Phong is northern Vietnam's main port, and an important industrial and commercial center. 105km from Hanoi, Hai Phong is a beautiful city with much of the central colonial quarter still preserved. Many streets are bordered by flame flower trees, giving the city its other name "city of flame flowers".

Halong Bay
Ha Long Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a popular travel destination. The bay features thousands of limestone karsts and isles in various sizes and shapes.

Hanoi is one of Southeast Asia's most elegant cities, deftly blending elements of old Vietnam with strong currents of modernism...

Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City – also known as Saigon – is the largest city in Vietnam and it sits on the banks of the Saigon River.

Hoa Binh
Hòa Bình is a mountainous province of Vietnam, located in the nation\'s northwestern region. It borders Phu Tho Province and Son La Province to the northwest.

Hoi An
One of Vietnam's most charming cities, Hoi An is brimming with historic architecture. It was built here on the Thu Bon riverside...

The ancient city of Hue was the capital of Vietnam during the Nguyen Dynasty at the beginning of the 19th century. In 1833 the French troops took control of the city. Fortunately, the French protectorate preserved the treasures and the historic integrity of the town.

Lao Cai

Nghe An

Nha Trang
Nha Trang has exceeded the limitations of a simple seaside resort to become one of the most enviable and well-rounded travel destinations in Vietnam. With white-sand beaches, ancient ruins and a hip night scene...

Ninh Binh
This city is famous for the Tam Coc cave, for its rice fields, and for the Cuc Phuong National Park. The city can be reached from Hanoi in two hours. If you are traveling around Vietnam, you can stop here on the way to Hanoi from Hue, or on the way to Hue from Hanoi.

Phan Thiet
This laid-back port lies on the fringes of one of the country's most provocative landscapes, and with access to great luxury resorts, golf courses and Champa ruins, Phan Thiet is sure to grow into one of Vietnam's leading holiday destinations in next few years.

Phu Quoc Island
This peaceful tropical paradise, floats in the warm turquoise waters in the Gulf of Thailand close to Vietnam mainland.


Quang Binh

Quy Nhon

Sapa lies in the very north west of Vietnam near the Chinese border. Along with Halong Bay it is the "other" major excursion from Hanoi.

Vung Tau


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