On The Go Tours launches new 2014/15 Asia brochure

On The Go Tours launches new 2014/15 Asia brochure

On The Go Tours has released a brand new 2014/15 Asia brochure packed with an extensive selection of group tours, tailor-made holidays and unique experiences taking in the very best of China and Southeast Asia, including tours to three hot new destinations.

In addition to our existing range of tours in China, South Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Burma, travellers can now experience the charms of Thailand, embark of an adventure in wild Borneo, or explore the isolated nation of North Korea, available for the very first time with us.

Time for Thailand
With seven brand new tours in Thailand to choose from travellers are spoilt for choice, whether they want to visit the captivating capital of Bangkok, the hill tribes of Chiang Rai, the evocative River Kwai or the sandy shores of Hua Hin in the south. Our tours also offer travellers the opportunity to combine the highlights of Thailand with neighbouring Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. Plus for something very special, they can even join the festivities of the Yi Ping Lantern Festival in Chiang Mai.

Wild Borneo
Travellers to Borneo have four tours to choose from, whether they want to explore Sarawak in the south or Sabah in the North. Both of these states possess an eclectic heritage and varied history, telling a fascinating story set against an impressive backdrop of dense, untamed jungle. Plus for the history buffs out there, we are offering a special tour where travellers can retrace sections of the infamous Sandakan Ranau Death March from the Second World War.

Inside North Korea
A brand new private tour and bolt-on option to North Korea allows travellers the rare opportunity to be among the few thousand foreign visitors allowed into this isolated country every year. With a tumultuous history, North Korea has remained relatively untouched by tourism and our tour options offer the inquisitive traveller spectacular mountain scenery, halls of treasure, ancient temples, historic monuments and more.

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