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Southeast Asia Travel Guide Published by Asian Trails Ltd, our Southeast Asian Guide's give you the latest travel information on Cambodia, China, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.
Asian Trails The Myanmar Handbook is published by Asian Trails Myanmar and includes general travel information if you plan to visit Myanmar, which was formerly known as Burma.
We have included travel details on Bagan, Inle Lake, Mandalay and Yangon.
Asian Trails Myanmar is a young dynamic team founded in 1999 and part of the Asian Trails success story since then. We have more than 50 staff and offices in all major locations around the country. Whether it is a classic roundtrip, honeymoon, adventure tour, beach stay or incentive, we can create the right itinerary for our clients. Our very experienced and multilingual guides (English, Japanese, French, German, Chinese, Thai, Spanish, Russian, Italian and Korean speaking guides are available) ensure that each and every guest can encounter the hidden treasures of Myanmar.
Asian Trails The Cambodia Handbook is published by Asian Trails Cambodia and includes general travel information if you plan to visit the Kingdom of Cambodia.
We have included travel details on Phnom Penh and Sieam Reape. Our Handbook includes additional travel tips such as for visas, do's and don'ts and details on popular travel destinations.
Asian Trails The Vietnam Handbook is published by Asian Trails Vietnam and includes general travel information if you plan to visit Vietnam.
We have included travel details on Hanoi, Halong, Halong Bay, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and Hue. Our Handbook includes additional travel tips such as for visas, do's and don'ts and details on popular travel destinations.
Asian Trails The Laos Handbook is published by Asian Trails Laos and includes general travel information if you plan to visit Laos.
We have included travel details on Luang Prabang and Vientiane. Our Handbook includes additional travel tips such as for visas, do's and don'ts and details on popular travel destinations such as Luang Prabang, Vientiane, Vang Vieng, Vat Phou, Khonphaphaeng and the provinces of Houaphanh and Luang Namtha.
Asian Trails set up its office in Laos in 2001 with only a handful of people and formed a stable joint venture with a Lao partner in 2007. In the last few years, Asian Trails Laos has been successfully operating and growing. The company currently employs 49 staff with one office in Luang Prabang for all operations in the north of the country, and one office in Pakse, which takes care of all operations in the south of Laos. We are also one of the few operators in the country which is able to handle demanding MICE and VIP requests.
Asian Trails The Indonesia Handbook is published by Asian Trails Indonesia and includes general travel information if you plan to visit Indonesia.
We have included travel details on Bali - Jakarta - Lombok and Yogyakarta.
Asian Trails Indonesia started operations in 2000 and in the last decade, it has become a well-established Destination Management Company offering services in Indonesia. With more than 70 employees, we operate a wide range of excursions and round trips and offer cruises, flights or beach extensions in all major tourism destinations of our country. Our guests are assisted by a customer service team of English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Danish, Dutch and Russian representatives throughout their stay. Asian Trails Indonesia also offers hotel rates with over 700 properties in Indonesia and enables our partner agencies to view our competitive rates online. We are eager to show our beautiful country to customers from every part of the world.
Asian Trails Certainly one of the most spectacular icons in Malaysia are the Petronas Twin Towers, one of the tallest buildings in the world. The Twin Towers are easily accessible by the LRT (Light Rail Transit System).
Another place of interest is the Formula 1 race-track in Sepang, inaugurated in 1999 and is next to the ultra modern Kuala Lumpur International Airport, called KLIA.